By Jolyn Garcia and Kevin Boyle Posted March 1, 2012
Trent Richardson and Andrew Luck’s lives hang in the balance of the next few days.
The NFL combine is the last chance for athletes to show off their skills before the draft. While watching you are able to see if the players have improved from the time their season ended to the Combine.
The NFL Combine is set to take place February 22-28 at the Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana. Over 300 athletes will be showing off their talents and physical abilities for the coaches to judge.
The Combine consists of six different workouts, the 40-yard dash, bench press, vertical pump, broad jump, shuttle run, and the three-cone drill. The Combine has become such a popular event that the NFL has added eight regional combines. The best athletes from these nine combines will be invited to the super-regional at Ford Field in Detroit. The super-regional will be filled with NFL team scouts who will be observing the best college athletes.