The Details

BEFORE.

REST UP.
Studies show getting more sleep can help athletes reduce injuries, improve sprint times and make fewer mental errors.

CHECK-IN, ACQUIRE SWAG.
Check-in begins at 9:30 a.m. and ends at 1 p.m.
Athletes will receive a free shirt.

PHOTO OP, BE RECOGNIZED.
College coaches want to put a face to name. All players will have their photo taken and receive a Rivals profile. Key height and weight measurements will also be recorded.

GET EXPOSURE.
Players will also receive a free Next College Student Athlete profile to give them access and exposure to college coaches on the world’s largest and most successful recruiting network.

WARM UP, STAY LOOSE, HYDRATE.
Wear clothes you can move in comfortably and do not forget your football cleats. No track cleats allowed. And stay hydrated.

DURING.

YOU GOT THIS.
What you ran last year, what people believe, what coaches think, what the doubters say—all that doesn’t matter. What matters is you’ve now got two runs at five NFL drills to prove them wrong.

The Rivals Combine uses laser timing systems, the same type of equipment trusted by the NFL Combine. Athletes will be tested in the 40-Yard Dash, Shuttle Run, 3-Cone Drill, Vertical Jump and Broad Jump. Every athlete will get two runs at each test with the best time or marks recorded.

AFTER.

SHARE OR SCRATCH.
Good combines are worth sharing. Post your pics and stats on social media, send them to coaches on your college list and add your results to your recruiting profiles.

A select group of top combine performers will get their ticket punched to the invite-only Rivals Camp Series the following day.

Not your day? You have the option to scratch your results from the site and try again.

FAQ

Why should I attend the Rivals Combine?
Who can attend the Rivals Combine?
What is the cost to attend the Rivals Combine Series?
Will attending a combine potentially help me get recruited?
How do I register?
How do I change my registration information?
I’m trying to register, but the website won’t let me. Why?
If I walk up to an event, am I guaranteed a spot in the combine?
What do I need to bring?
What if I don’t like my scores?
How do I scratch my scores?
Can parents come to the Rivals Combine Series to watch?
How long does the testing take?
How do I get my results? How long does it take?
I received my scores, but they are incorrect. What do I do?
I’m a coach. Can I volunteer to work the combine?
How can I attend the Rivals Camp Series?
What is the Combine Fast Pass?

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