U.S. Army National Combine
The U.S. Army National Combine presented by SKLZ takes place during the U.S. Army All-American Bowl Week in San Antonio and features the nation’s top 500 juniors. The Combine allows juniors to see how they match up against the nation’s best, and how much they must improve. Many have stand-out performances that set them on the path to play their senior year at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
Modeled after the NFL Combine in Indianapolis, all combine tests and competitive drills take place in the Alamodome. Athletes receive apparel and gear at the event. In addition, athletes will receive lunch, bus transportation, and a ticket to attend the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
All participants will be tested on the following:
• 40 Yard Dash (2 attempts)
• Short Shuttle (1 attempt each direction)
• Vertical Jump (3 attempts)
• Lunch – Provided at the Alamodome
• Seminar at the Alamodome (athletes only)
• 1-on-1 Competition
• Army Strong Zone Visit
Please visit the website for more information on the U.S. Army National Combine: www.usarmycombine.com
In The News
Check out the MySanAntonio.com story on Corey Robinson, son of NBA superstar David Robinson, and how the U.S. Army National Combine helped put him on the national radar. Corey is a verbal commitment to Notre Dame now! Click on the link or thumbnail below. Also, see the Rivals.com story about his Notre Dame commitment!
Take a look at the Detroit News' article on Class of 2013 blue-chip DT Greg Webb, ranked as the No. 10 DT prospect in America and "unblockable" at the 2012 U.S. Army National Combine:
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