2017 NFL Regional Combines
Participation in the NFL Regional Combine Series is limited to players who are eligible for the 2017 Draft who played college football during the 2016 season with no remaining NCAA eligibility. The NFL Regional Combine Series is not open to players who are NFL free agents (players that have been eligible for a previous NFL Draft). The cost to participate in the NFL Regional Combines is $160.
The National Football League launched the NFL Regional/Super Regional Combines program in 2012 to serve as a supplement to the League’s National Scouting Combine. They are designed to provide an opportunity for participants to display their pro potential.
NFL Regional Combines are conducted specifically for persons eligible for the 2017 NFL draft that are not participating in the National Scouting Combine.
NFL Regional Combines are not fantasy camps. Applicants must meet NFL eligibility rules and be able to perform at a high skill level. The NFL reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to reject any applicant it determines to be unqualified or unfit to compete.
NFL Regional Combines are held in NFL club facilities and participants are tested and reviewed by experienced NFL scouting personnel. Participants’ measurements and Combine results, including video of their drills, are compiled and entered into a database accessible to all 32 NFL clubs. This data will be posted to the Regional Combines website after each event. Each participant will be able to access their profile page containing their results and video and have the option to share their page socially via email, Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.