Here is information about international Australian Football combines in 2015. We have details about a USA combine and one in New Zealand. These international combines use the same tests as conducted at the AFL Draft Combine.
This was the fourth year the AFL has conducted a combine in the USA. Here are the top results from the three day event held at IMG Academy in Sarasota, Florida in April 2015. The players tested were 15 selected basketballers from colleges all across America. At least two of these will be selected to attend the AFL Draft Combine in Melbourne later in 2015.
John Crnogorac (Mississippi) – 212.2cm
Brian Hornstein (Dallas) – 211.3cm
Kye Kurkowski (Nebraska) – 208.9cm
STANDING VERTICAL JUMP
Reggie Spencer (Alabama) – 84cm
Jalen Carethers (Virginia) – 81cm
James Johnson (Canada) – 81cm
RUNNING VERTICAL JUMP
Junior Fortunat (Canada) – 89cm
Jalen Carethers (Virginia) – 88cm
James Johnson (Canada) – 88cm
SPEED – 20 METRE SPRINT
Jalen Carethers (Virginia) – 2.79 seconds
Christian Behrens (Seattle) – 2.95 seconds
Len Springs (Los Angeles) – 2.99 seconds
AFL AGILTY RUN
Daquan Holiday (New Jersey) – 8.40 seconds
Jalen Carethers (Virginia) – 8.48 seconds
Reggie Spencer (Alabama) – 8.52 seconds
30 METRE REPEAT SPRINTS
Jalen Carethers (Virginia) – 25.16 seconds
Daquan Holiday (New Jersey) – 25.33 seconds
Christian Behrens (Seattle) – 25.42 seconds
ENDURANCE – 3KM TIME TRIAL
Len Springs (Los Angeles) – 11minutes 14 seconds
Kye Kurkowski (Nebraska) – 11minutes 56 seconds
Matt Korcheck (Arizona) – 12 minutes 8 seconds
New Zealand Combine
Regional combines are held throughout the year, with selected players being invited to the national combine, to held 23 April 2015.
- More International AFL combines
- AFL Draft Camp Top Scores for each year.
- Description of the AFL Draft Camp Tests.