NFL Regional Combines
The National Football League (NFL) launched the NFL Regional/Super Regional Combines program in 2012. This combine serves as a supplement to the National Scouting Combine, and are designed to provide an opportunity for participants to display their pro potential.
Applicants must meet eligibility rules. The combines are designed for position players eligible for the current year NFL Draft. The Regionals are only open to players who played college football during the previous season.
NFL Regional Combines are held in NFL club facilities and participants are tested and reviewed by experienced NFL scouting personnel.
The participants' measurements and combine results are compiled and entered into a database accessible to all 32 NFL clubs.