The NFL Combine is now into its final day with only defensive backs left to take the field for their various testing. Being the final day, the starting time has also been moved forward with coverage starting at 2 PM. With no Combine in 2021, and 2020 being the first year in prime time, some may be tuning in for the first time and may not be sure what to expect. If you fall into that category, or have not been able to find a schedule for the event, BTSC is here to help!
All participants will perform six on-field drills regardless of position as well as the bench press. With the exception of special team players, position groups will also have additional drills specific to their designated position. In all, 324 players were invited to the combine to showcase their talents. Some players may chose to skip some or all the drills either due to injury or their desire to perform them at their individual school’s pro day.
With a change to some of the position-specific drills in 2020, a full list was provided two years ago. With no combine in 2021 due to the global pandemic, this will be the first year since the change and any adjustments to the position drills have not been announced. For this reason, the position-specific drills from the 2020 combine will be listed as they may be the same drills again in 2022.
Listed below is the schedule of the final day for this year’s NFL combine, the position groups which are left, and the specific drills for each position.
2020 NFL Combine Schedule
TV: NFL Network
Online: NFL App, NFL Network App, or click HERE to create a Fubo Account and stream the entire combine
Drills for all participants:
Sunday March 6, 2022
2 PM to 7 PM: On-field workouts for Cornerbacks and Safeties
Position specific drills from 2020:
— DB: Line drill, Teryl Austin drill, Box drill, Gauntlet drill