High School Football Combine
College coaches want speed.
As a high school athlete, speed should be the number one skill to improve.
Do you know what's a good time in the 40 yard dash for a high school football player?
Do you know what's a good time in the 20 yard Shuttle run?
Do you know what's a good time in the 3 Cone "L" drill?
Are you a high school football player? Below will give you the answers you need.
Here are the drills you need to master for college football camps:
Vertical Jump – designed to test leg strength and lower-body explosiveness.
Broad Jump – designed to show sluggishness, heavy-leggedness and lack of explosiveness.
40-Yard Dash – times show how explosive a player is off the line and how he maintains it.
20-Yard Shuttle – designed to test explosiveness, how a player bends and changes direction, and body control.
3-Cone Drill – designed to test a player’s efficiency in changing direction moving left and right, explosiveness, balance, body control and mobility.