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NUC High School Senior & JC Freshmen Combine

Courtesy: National Underclassmen Football Combine Staff
          Release: February 22, 2013
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Open To all High School Rising Seniors and Freshmen in Junior College.

The Purpose is to offer additional opportunity for Athletes
to obtain a Division 1 and Division 2 look.

 

 


WEST REGION -
Saturday March 23rd

Paloma Valley High School - 31375 Bradley Road, Menifee, CA 92584
Time - 2pm to 6pm Click Here To Register

SOUTHWEST REGION - Sunday April 21th
Duncanville High School - 900 W Camp Wisdom Rd, Duncanville, TX 75116
Time: 9am to 12pm Click Here To Register

EAST REGION - Sunday April 7th
Toms River North High School - 1245 Old Freehold Rd  Toms River Township, NJ 08753
Time:
9am to 12pm  Click Here To Register

 


1pm - Registration  - If available - All American Recruiting Seminar - NUC / NCSA

2pm -  Grade (High School Seniors) & Junior College Freshmen Combine
(Event Testing, Skills Period and 2 v 2's/1 on 1's)

4pm - 2 on 2's / 1 on 1's

4:45pm - Awards and Wrap up

5pm - Event Conclusion

Note: West Regional event goes from 2pm to 5pm. Events will follow in same order above just with a start time that is an hour later.

 


40-yard dash
The 40-yard dash is the marquee event at the combine. It's kind of like the 100-meters at the Olympics: It's all about speed, explosion and watching skilled athletes run great times. What the evaluators are looking for is an explosion from a static start.

Bench press
The bench press is a test of strength -- 225 pounds, as many reps as the athlete can get for Junior College Freshmen High School Seniors. What the NUC Evaluators are also looking for is endurance. Anybody can do a max one time, but what the bench press tells the evaluators is how often the athlete frequented his weight room for the last 1-2 years.

Vertical jump
The vertical jump is all about lower-body explosion and power. The athlete stands flat-footed and they measure his reach. It is important to accurately measure the reach, because the differential between the reach and the flag the athlete touches is his vertical jump measurement.

Broad jump
The broad jump is like being in gym class back in junior high school. Basically, it is testing an athlete's lower-body explosion and lower-body strength. The athlete starts out with a stance balanced and then he explodes out as far as he can. It tests explosion and balance, because he has to land without moving.

3 cone drill
The 3 cone drill tests an athlete's ability to change directions at a high speed. Three cones in an L-shape. He starts from the starting line, goes 5 yards to the first cone and back. Then, he turns, runs around the second cone, runs a weave around the third cone, which is the high point of the L, changes directions, comes back around that second cone and finishes.

Shuttle run
The short shuttle is the first of the cone drills. It is known as the 5-10-5. What it tests is the athlete's lateral quickness and explosion in short areas. The athlete starts in the three-point stance, explodes out 5 yards to his right, touches the line, goes back 10 yards to his left, left hand touches the line, pivot, and he turns 5 more yards and finishes.

 

 



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