NFL Combine 2013: Most Important Drills for Predicting NFL Performance

February 20, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

During the NFL Scouting Combine, NFL hopefuls are run through the ringer. The process can make or break a player’s draft stock.
Beginning on February 23, more than 300 invited participants will take part in drills, measurements, evaluations, and interviews that will determine their value to NFL teams. It’s a rigorous process, but it presents an opportunity for players to stand out from the rest of the field.
NFL scouts, coaches, and executives have a lot to consider when preparing for the draft. With hundreds of the best college players available for the taking in April, the evaluation process can get pretty complicated. The combine serves to clear up some of the ambiguity.
Prospects are subjected to dozens of evaluation methods throughout the course of the weekend in Indianapolis. Fans don’t get to sit in on player interviews, but they will no doubt be fed endless servings of measurements and numbers. Making sense of those numbers is a different story,...

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