The NFL will conduct 10 Regional Combines beginning on January 24-25, 2013 in Honolulu, Hawaii, the league announced today.
There will also be an invitation only Super Regional Combine in Dallas on April 7-8.
NFL Regional Combines serve as a supplement to the NFL’s National Scouting Combine and provide an opportunity for players to display their skills before veteran NFL talent evaluators.
“The NFL Regional Combines program provides players – who may not have had the chance before – the opportunity to work out for NFL personnel executives,” says NFL Executive Vice President of Football Operations Ray Anderson. “It allows all 32 clubs a chance to further evaluate future prospects.
The following players are eligible to attend the Regional Scouting Combine
• Players eligible for the 2013 NFL Draft but not attending the National Scouting Combine
• Players with college playing experience who want to gauge their pro potential
• Players with some pro playing experience but who have been out of the game for a period of time
Standouts at NFL Regional Combines will be invited to attend the NFL Super Regional Combine, which will be held at Cowboys Stadium on April 7-8. At the Super Regional, players will have an additional opportunity to work out and showcase their talents in front of current NFL team scouts and player personnel directors.
For more information, visit www.nflregionalcombines.com.
The 2013 Regional Combines schedule includes: Jan. 24-25, Honolulu (University of Hawaii);
Feb. 9-10, Los Angeles (Orange Coast College-Lebard Stadium); Feb. 16, Houston (Methodist Training Center, Texans); Feb. 17, Cleveland (Browns Training Facility); March 2-3 New York/New Jersey (Atlantic Health Jets Training Facility), March 9, Tampa Bay (One Buccaneer Place); March 10 Chicago (Halas Hall);
March 16-17, Atlanta (Falcons Training Facility); March 23-24, Seattle (Virginia Mason Athletic Center); March 23-24, Baltimore (Ravens Training Facilty). April 7-8 Super Regional, Dallas (Cowboys Stadium, invitation only).
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