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Northern Combine - Schedule Change - April 2, 2017

02/21/2017, 1:00pm CST
By Football Saskatchewan

The Northern Combine was originally schedule to take place in Saskatoon on Sunday, April 8th, 2017.  Due to a scheduling conflict the Northern Combine will now be held on Sunday, April 2, 2017 in Saskatoon, SK at the Sasktel Sports Centre (150 Nelson Road).

To register for the combine please click on the Registration Tab found on our main page.

The 2017 Combines are open to the graduating class of 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020.

The Saskatchewan Combine is an opportunity for players to showcase their skills to U16 & U18 Team Sask, Senior Bowl, Can Am Bowl, Saskota Bowl, and Elite Team Coaches (Junior & University). The Combine replaces all testing for Football Sask programs. If you plan on trying out or attending any Football Sask programs, you should be in attendance at the North or South Combine.

Players will be tested at this combine for U16 & U18 Team Sask, Senior Bowl, 6-Nations Team Sask Aboriginal Squad, Can-Am Bowl, and Saskota Bowl. Coaches from the Four Saskatchewan Elite Programs, and out-of-province teams will also be in attendance to evaluate players. Please come with Shorts, Shirt, Cleats and Running Shoes. Players will participate in Athletic Drills and Positional Drills. All drills with videos can be found at the website here: Time permitting one on ones will also occur.

The standardized testing will include:

  • Bench Press (options of 135lbs, 185lbs, 225lbs)
  • 40 Yard Dash
  • 20 Yard Shuttle
  • L-Test
  • Vertical Jump & Reach
  • Standing Broad Jump

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