2017 NATIONAL SCOUTING COMBINE

Helping Athletes reach the NFL, CFL, AFL, Indoor Football and Professional Leagues Overseas

OL/DL/RB/FB/LB Arrive on TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28TH, 2017

COMBINE ON MARCH 1ST, 2017 | 10AM – 3PM. (Combine 10-12:15 | Drills 12:30 – 3pm)

QB/TE/WR/DB Arrive on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1ST, 2017

COMBINE ON MARCH 2ND, 2017  | 10AM – 3PM (Combine 10-12:15 | Drills 12:30 – 3pm)


2017 National Scouting Combine Testing & Evaluation: Players will receive two opportunities to perform in the following tests:

  • 225 Bench Press
  • 40 Yard Dash
  • Vertical Jump
  • 3 Cone Drill (L-Drill)
  • Broad Jump
  • 20 Yard Shuttle (5-10-5)

After the athletes have completed these tests the athletes will participate in numerous position specific football drills.  All testing results, interviews, testing and position drills video will be posted on Beyond Sports Network.

10th Street Sports Center

 

 

9225 West 10th Street. Indianapolis, IN 46234
(317) 273-0413

Surface: Field Turf (We strongly suggest molded cleats)

Make sure you bring anything you need specifically to perform. If you need to be taped, we will have a certified Athletic Trainer on staff, however this needs to be done first thing in the morning in the hotel lobby or at the facility prior to warm ups. We will not stop warm ups or testing to tape.


2017 National Scouting Combine: 10am – 3pm

Combine Testing: 10:00am – 12:20pm

  • 40 Yard Dash (2 Times) – We will be using the Brower Timing System with Motion Start Machine
  • Vertical Jump (2 Times) – We will be using the “MyVert” Digital measurement machine
  • 20 Yard Shuttle (2 Times) – Hand Timed
  • 3 Cone “L-Drill” (2 Times) – Hand Timed
  • Broad Jump
  • 225lbs Bench Press
Individual Position Drills 12:30pm – 3:00pm
We will break up the players into their respective groups in order to perform individual drills. These drills will mirror what is done at the NFL Combine. Again, be sure to have the proper footwear available for these drills. we encourage wearing molded cleats for best traction & performance.

National Scouting Combine Official Hotel:

holidayinnHoliday Inn Express & Suites
Indianapolis West | Airport Area
5855 Rockville Road | Indianapolis, IN 46224
317.554.0900

Reserve a single room for $119.99 or split the cost of the room with another player!


IMPORTANT: YOUR COMBINE DAY!

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28TH, 2016 (OL/DL/TE/RB/LB)

COMBINE ON MARCH 1ST, 2016 | 10AM – 3PM.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1ST, 2016 (QB/WR/DB)

COMBINE ON MARCH 2ND, 2016  | 10AM – 3PM


STARTING AROUND 5PM UNTIL APPROXIMATELY 9:30PM – BSN WILL HAVE A CONFERENCE ROOM DEDICATED TO STAFF, PLAYERS, SCOUTS AND MEDIA TO CHECK IN, PASS OUT COMBINE SHIRTS, NUMBERS, RECORD HT/WT/ARM/HAND/WINGSPAN MEASUREMENTS AND RECEIVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO MEET WITH SCOUTS, GET INTERVIEWED BY MEDIA IN ATTENDANCE AND HEAR FROM SPEAKER(S).

Our Pre-Event Process: We work with coaches and scouts from across the country and Canada to identify top collegiate seniors along with athletes who have been bouncing around training camps and the pro circuit over the past 2-3 years. While there are thousands of athletes looking for the best opportunity to be seen by the next level, the professional scouts look for credible resources to help fill their rosters.

 

 

That is why Beyond Sports Network requires athletes to create their sports profile/resume within our network. This allows our staff and pro personnel to track and quickly access potential candidates. This process also allows us to keep a running database of players, their info and film in one place instead of having to search through emails, social media accounts, text messages and more. When an athlete has been identified as a candidate for the 2016 National Scouting Combine, they will be provided an official offer via email with all the registration info. All Candidates will have a limited time to accept this offer.

Our Post Event Process: Since the first National Scouting Combine we have keep the same process in place because it works and is 100% aimed at benefiting each and every one of our invited participants. Once the event is complete, we organize all the stats, film and results from the tests/drills and post them on our website. We then send this information via email to the appropriate pro personnel in every professional league in the USA, Canada, Europe and China.

 

 

We are also available to speak with coaches or scouts who may need more information regarding an athletes’ participation. Our primary goal is to provide every single participant the opportunity to receive exposure and hopefully land in a professional environment.

Congratulations to the following BSN National Scouting Combine Alumni that moved up to the professional ranks over the past 5 years. We do not take credit for their handwork and success. All we did was provide the best opportunity to showcase their abilities to the coaches & scouts at the next level. You could be next!

2012 NATIONAL SCOUTING COMBINE
Alex Tounkara – Buffalo Bills
Alex Fambrough – Dodge City Law
Casey Therriault – Atlanta Falcons
Chase McCoy – Missouri Monsters
Cody Eich – Cedar Rapids Titans
Dante Warren – Tri Cities Fever
Eddie Carmona – Oakland Raiders
Jeremy Blount – Winnepeg Blue Bombers
Josh Murray – Minnesota Vikings
Justin Aldredge – New Orleans Saints
Kenny Ridley – Green Bay Blizzard
Nick Clark – Buffalo Bills
Rico Wallace – Carolina Panthers
Rockne Belmonte – Cedar Rapids Titans
Solomon Orr – San Antonio Talons
Taylor Allen – Jacksonville Jaguars
Tristian Purifoy- Tampa Bay Storm

2013 NATIONAL SCOUTING COMBINE
Adam Lucas – Minnesota Axemen
Andrew Marshall – Ottawa Redblacks
Ben Pister – Souix City Bandits
Cam White – Europe
Chris Muhammad – Chicago Eagles
Doug McNeil – Portland Steel/ Seattle Seahawks
Dwayne Hollis – Philadelphia Soul/CAFL
Evan Twombly – Erie Explosion
Harold Love – Portland Steel
Jajuan Johnson – Europe
Jeff Richards – Ottawa Redblacks
Jeremy Ross – Columbus Lions
Jeremy Weston – Kansas Koyotes
Jesse Hall – Salina Bombers
Jimmy Daniels – Green Bay Blizzard
John Laub – Detroit Lions
John Lavelle – LV Steelhawks
Justin Sottilare – Europe
Lavon McCoy – Utah Blaze
Kaderius Lacey – Kansas City Chiefs
Kameron Smith – Iowa Barnstormers/Europe (Kiel Baltic Hurricanes)
Lamar Allen – Green Bay Blizzard
Larry Lowe – ASI Panthers
LaVon McCoy – Utah Blaze
Malik Cromartie – Richmond Raiders
Mar’quone Edmonds – Europe (GFL)
Mike Georgetti – Green Bay Blizzard
Mike McMillan – Portland Steel
Nathan Perdue – Iowa Barnstormers
Rashad Rich – Omaha Beef/Sasketchewan Rough Riders
Richard Sumlin – Sasketchewan Rough Riders
Rockne Belmonte – Cedar Rapids Titans
Rory Nixon – Los Angeles Kiss
Serge Kona – Myrtle Beach Freedom
Sherman Carter – Arizona Rattlers
Terrance Osbourne – LV Steelhawks
Theron Allen – Wichita Wild
Tony Tatum – Cleveland Gladiators

2014 NATIONAL SCOUTING COMBINE
Andrew Smith – Buffalo Bills
Alex Bazzie- BC Lions
Alex Johnson – Richmond Raiders
Brian Brikowski- Montreal
Cameron Jackson – Bloomington Edge
Cam Bruffett – Cleveland Gladiators
Cedeno Patrick – Las Vegas Outlaws
Colby Goodwyn – Green Bay Blizzard
EJ White – Bemidji Axemen/ Europe
Edmond Davis – Japan
DJ Lemons – Chicago Thumner
Devon Brown- BC Lions
Dustin Wharton – Baltimore Ravens
Lorenzo Fouts – Billings Wolves/Europe
Max Davis – Billings Wolves
Nikko Sansone – Europe
Raymond White – UFL/FXFL
Robert Hayes- Portland Steel
Robert Smith – Europe
Robbie Nallenweg – Iowa Barnstormers
Sa’Quan Hicks – ASI Panthers
Trevor Anderson – UFL Virginia Destroyers

2015 NATIONAL SCOUTING COMBINE
Andrew Pierce – Tri City Fever
Alex Evans – Saginaw Sting
Amara Kamara – LV Steelhawks
Christopher Baker- Green Bay Blizzard
Chris Dieker- Philadelphia Soul
Christopher Baker – Montreal Allouettes
Darryl Shine – Harrisburg Stampede
Daniel Brown – Baltimore Ravens
Harvey Binford- Philadelphia Soul
Jacques Alston – Triangle Torch
Jake Metz- Philadelphia Soul/Philadelphia Eagles
Justin Waltzer – LV Steelhawks
Kyle Connors – West Michigan Ironmen
Leavander Jones- Philadelphia Soul
Lemar Johnson – Europe
Matthew Brown – ASI Panthers
Maurice Jones – Erie Explosion
Michael Hall – Europe (Poland)
Mike Carey – Florida Tarpons
Poppy Livers – Europe (GFL)
Roosevelt Holliday – Tricities Fever
Rustin Mayorga – CAFL
Sharon Irwin – SoCal Coyotes
Sa’Quan Hicks – ASI Panthers
Thomas Addison – Europe
Tom Gilson – LA Kiss/Portland Steel

2016 NATIONAL SCOUTING COMBINE
Alex Ross – Atlanta Falcons
Alstevis Squirewell – Green Bay Packers
Andrew Zeller – Detroit Lions
Antonnio Brown – Arizona Rattlers
Brandon Williams – Daytona Wolfpack
Cedeno Patrick – Las Vegas Outlaws
Collin Keoshian – Cleveland Gladiators
Eric Agyeman – Europe (Budapest)
James Williamson – Montreal Allouttes
JB Walton – LV Steelhawks
Jonathan Querisma – Jaguars (workout)
Kwame Bell – SoCal Coyotes
Leo Watkins – Chicago Eagles
Nadir Brown – LA Kiss
Niko Lester – Europe (Skanderborg)
Sami Abdussalaam – ASI Panthers
Terron – NY Jets
TyShawn Washington – River City Thunder

10th Street Sports Center

What Past Players Have said:

“National Scouting Combine gave me an opportunity to step out side the box. To promote myself to a later audience. It was helpful in that since and I’m glad I went.”

“The National Scouting Combine affected me greatly and I’m glad I was invited after the combine I spoke with a few CFL scouts and Ended up playing professional arena for the blitz and Chicago eagles”

“The National Scouting Combine has affected me a great deal because I have been contacted by different teams over the past months. BSN is a great platform if your very serious about getting to the next level. They can help you get seen!”

“It helped me a lot because it got me in contact with Russ Lande who invited me to a Montreal workout which landed me in Canada.
I talked to many teams through out the process and my agent was in contact with few NFL teams as well. I was on Montreal Allouettes for roookie mini camp.”

“I received a contract from the Central Penn Capitals and a workout with the Columbus Lions for 2017.”

“The National Scouting Combine gave me the chance to play pro football and for that I’m very grateful. To be able to tell my future kids that I played pro football is a really special thing to me.”

“The National Scouting Combine affected me in a positive way. With football I learned my strengths and my weaknesses that I need to improve on. I also built some relationships with the coaches from the combine.”

NOMINATION FORM
Player Nomination
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We want to be able to scout your entire career which you can document here on Beyond Sports Network. If you do not have a profile, you can apply here (it's free): Create Your Profile Now
Keep in mind that if you receive an invite to the National Scouting Combine, we will measure you. If there is a big discrepancy in your size, this will be an immediate red flag for scouts.
i.e.200lbs - Keep in mind that if you receive an invite to the National Scouting Combine, we will weigh you. If there is a big discrepancy in your submission, this will be an immediate red flag for scouts.
List secondary positions, special teams, etc...
Add the link to your roster page on your college or university website
Add your collegiate & professional playing history and/or pro preseason camps & tryouts. Tell us why we should invite you to perform in front of the pro scouts.
Your most recent/best highlights for BSN to Scout. Remember you can submit more on your profile.
Most recent game film or youtube, HUDL, Vimeo, etc... link
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