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Testing Schedule at the AFL Draft Combine

At the end of each year the AFL conducts a draft camp combine in which prospective AFL players are put through a battery of fitness, physical, medical and psychomotor tests under the eye of clubs looking for the next champion player. See more about the tests performed at the combine.

The following table lists the specific tests performed throughout the four day draft combine as documented by the AFL in 2011. There are other activities such as interviews, meetings, information sessions and recovery times that are not shown.

see also the schedule for 2002.

  Tests
day 1
  • anthropometry: Height, Weight, Skinfolds, Arm Length, Hand Span
  • medical checks
  • medical photographs
  • psychomotor tests: Reaction Time, Decision Making, Peripheral Awareness (1/2 of group)
  • personality test
  • vertical jump: standing and running versions
day 2
  • sprint & agility tests
  • medical screenings
  • repeat sprint test
day 3
  • 'Clean Hands' Handball 'Test & Kicking Efficiency
  • beep/shuttle run test
day 4
  • psychomotor tests: Reaction Time, Decision Making, Peripheral Awareness (1/2 of group)
  • 3km time trial

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