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NFL Scouting Combine 2017: Schedule, events, participants and what to know

The underwear olympics are here. Who will run the fastest 40 time? Who will improve their draft stock? Who will impress during interviews? All of that and much more will be answered in the coming week.

The NFL Scouting Combine is officially underway with prospects starting to arrive in Indianapolis and NFL team executives and coaches taking over the city. NFL prospects will be heavily evaluated, analyzed and sized up during the next week as their football ability, strength, body and even IQ come into question.

Prospects are also analyzed by a psychologist during team interviews and complete the Wonderlic test to further test their intelligence. It’s far more than football that is evaluated at the Scouting Combine each year. Last year, the Bengals asked wide receiver prospect Josh Doctson the following question during his interview with the team: If you're standing at the northeast corner of a grass field at 4 p.m., which way is your shadow cast? Would you have known the answer?

Teams will learn quite a bit about prospects during the Combine, and about far more than just their football skills. As the NFL Combine has become a major drawing point for NFL fans, many of the events during the Combine are televised and this year for the first time, there are even events that fans can attend at Lucas Oil Stadium.

During the Combine, free agency rumors and offseason decisions begin to come into focus. Every team will have multiple representatives on hand (so naturally, rumors run wild) and each team also will have a representative speak at the podium to reporters in attendance during the Combine. Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis will be meeting with the media on Friday, March 8 at 11:00 a.m. ET.

2017 Coach and GM Combine Schedule

Wednesday, March 1
9:00 Vance Joseph, Broncos
9:15 Sean McDermott, Bills
9:30 John Harbaugh, Ravens
9:45 Dirk Koetter, Buccaneers
10:00 Jason Licht, Buccaneers
10:15 Dan Quinn, Falcons
10:45 Kevin Colbert, Steelers
11:00 Ted Thompson, Packers Doug Marrone, Jaguars John Fox, Bears
11:15 Ben McAdoo, Giants Duke Tobin, Bengals Steve Keim, Cardinals
11:30 Rick Spielman, Vikings Bruce Arians, Cardinals
11:45 Jon Robinson, Titans
Noon Sashi Brown, Browns Mike Mularkey, Titans John Schneider, Seahawks
1:00 Mike McCarthy, Packers
2:00 Dave Gettleman, Panthers
2:15 Thomas Dimitroff, Falcons
2:30 Howie Roseman, Eagles Kyle Shanahan, 49ers
2:45 Todd Bowles, Jets Doug Pederson, Eagles Bob Quinn, Lions
3:00 Mike Maccagnan, Jets Chris Ballard, Colts
3:15 Andy Reid, Chiefs
3:30 Bill O'Brien, Texans
4:00 John Elway, Broncos Jason Garrett, Cowboys
Thursday, March 2
9:00 Hue Jackson, Browns
9:15 Jack Del Rio, Raiders
10:00 Ron Rivera, Panthers Chuck Pagano, Colts Tom Telesco, Chargers
10:15 Anthony Lynn, Chargers
10:30 Les Snead, Rams
11:00 Rick Smith, Texans Dave Caldwell, Jaguars
11:15 Mike Zimmer, Vikings John Lynch, 49ers
11:30 Sean McVay, Rams
11:45 Adam Gase, Dolphins
Noon John Dorsey, Chiefs Pete Carroll, Seahawks
Friday, March 3
11:00 Marvin Lewis, Bengals

Here’s everything you need to know to watch and follow the 2017 NFL Combine.

What To Know

When: Feb. 28 to March 6

Where: Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis

TV: NFL Network

Live stream: NFL Mobile App and

In-person fan events: 2017 NFL Combine Experience

NFL Network media team: A 21-person roster of talent will cover the Combine on television, including NFL Draft experts Mike Mayock, Charles Davis and Daniel Jeremiah. Rich Eisen anchors NFL Network's coverage of the on-field workouts, joined by Mayock and NFL Network's team of analysts. Expert commentary includes Marshall Faulk on running backs (Friday), Shaun O'Hara on offensive linemen (Friday), David Carr on quarterbacks (Saturday), Michael Irvin and Steve Smith Sr. on wide receivers (Saturday), Willie McGinest on pass rushers (Sunday), and Deion Sanders on defensive backs (Monday). Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen will join NFL Network's live coverage of on-field drills on Saturday. Additional coverage on NFL Network is provided by Melissa Stark and Steve Mariucci interviewing a variety of coaches and general managers, as well as NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport and NFL Network reporter Kimberly Jones providing the latest news reports from around the league.


Tuesday, Feb. 28:

— Special teams players, offensive linemen, running backs arrive

— Special teams players, offensive linemen, and running backs go through hospital pre-exam and X-rays, overflow testing, orientation, and interviews

— 1:00 p.m. NFL Scouting Combine NFL Network TV coverage

— 5:00 p.m. NFL Scouting Combine NFL Network TV coverage

Wednesday, March 1:

— Quarterbacks, wide receivers, tight ends arrive

— Quarterbacks, wide receivers, and tight ends go through hospital pre-exam and X-rays, overflow testing, orientation, and interviews

— Special teams players, offensive linemen, and running backs go through measurements, medical examinations, overflow testing, and interviews

— 1:00 p.m. NFL Scouting Combine coach and GM interviews on NFL Network

Thursday, March 2:

— Defensive linemen and linebackers arrive

— Defensive linemen and linebackers go through hospital pre-exam and X-rays, overflow testing, orientation, and interviews

— Quarterbacks, wide receivers, and tight ends go through measurements, medical examinations, overflow testing, and interviews

— Special teams players, offensive linemen, and running backs go through psychological testing, an NFLPA meeting, workouts, media, bench press, and interviews

— 1:00 p.m. NFL Scouting Combine coach and GM interviews on NFL Network

Friday, March 3:

— Defensive backs arrive

— Defensive backs go through hospital pre-exam and X-rays, overflow testing, orientation, and interviews

— Defensive linemen and linebackers go through measurements, medical examinations, overflow testing, and interviews

— Quarterbacks, wide receivers, and tight ends go through psychological testing, an NFLPA meeting, media, bench press, and interviews

— Special teams players, offensive linemen, and running backs go through an on-field workout (timing, stations, skill drills), then depart from Indianapolis

— TV coverage of running backs, offensive linemen and special teams participants taking the field for the first day of on-field workouts. This begins at 9:00 a.m. ET.

Saturday, March 4:

— Defensive backs go through measurements, medical examinations, overflow testing, and interviews

— Defensive linemen and linebackers go through psychological testing, an NFLPA meeting, media, bench press, and interviews

— Quarterbacks, wide receivers, and tight ends go through an on-field workout (timing, stations, skill drills), then depart from Indianapolis

— TV coverage of quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends taking the field for the second day of on-field workouts. This begins at 9:00 a.m. ET.

Sunday, March 5:

— Defensive backs go through psychological testing, an NFLPA meeting, media, bench press, and interviews

— Defensive linemen and linebackers go through an on-field workout (timing, stations, skill drills), then depart from Indianapolis

— TV coverage of defensive linemen and linebackers taking the field for day three of on-field workouts. This begins at 9:00 a.m. ET.

Monday, March 6:

— Defensive backs go through an on-field workout (timing, stations, skill drills), then depart from Indianapolis

— TV coverage of defensive backs as they take the field for day four of on-field workouts. This begins at 9:00 a.m. ET.

NFL Combine Participants 2017

Player Position College Conference
Player Position College Conference
Adams, Jamal S LSU SEC
Adams, Montravius DT Auburn SEC
Adams, Rodney WR South Florida American
Adeboyejo, Quincy WR Mississippi SEC
Allen, Brian DB Utah Pac-12
Allen, Jonathan DE Alabama SEC
Anderson, Ryan OLB Alabama SEC
Anzalone, Alex LB Florida SEC
Asiata, Isaac OG Utah Pac-12
Austell, Erik OT Charleston Southern Big South
Awuzie, Chidobe CB Colorado Pac-12
Baker, Budda S Washington Pac-12
Baker, Toby P Arkansas SEC
Banner, Zach OT USC Pac-12
Barnett, Derek DE Tennessee SEC
Basham, Tarell DE Ohio MAC
Beathard, C.J. QB Iowa Big Ten
Beckwith, Kendell ILB LSU SEC
Biegel, Vince OLB Wisconsin Big Ten
Bisnowaty, Adam OT Pittsburgh ACC
Bolden, Jr., Victor WR Oregon State Pac-12
Bolles, Garett OT Utah Pac-12
Boulware, Ben ILB Clemson ACC
Bourne, Kendrick WR Eastern Washington Big Sky
Bower, Tashawn DE LSU SEC
Bowser, Tyus LB Houston American
Braden, Ben OG Michigan Big Ten
Brantley, Caleb DT Florida SEC
Brown, Billy WR Shepherd Mountain East
Brown, Blair LB Ohio MAC
Brown, Fadol DE Mississippi SEC
Brown, Jayon LB UCLA Pac-12
Brown, Noah WR Ohio State Big Ten
Brown, Pharaoh TE Oregon Pac-12
Brunskill, Daniel OT San Diego State Mountain West
Buchanan, Collin OL Miami (OH) MAC
Bullough, Riley LB Michigan State Big Ten
Butker, Harrison K Georgia Tech ACC
Butt, Jake TE Michigan Big Ten
Cannon, KD WR Baylor Big 12
Carraway, Josh OLB TCU Big 12
Carson, Christopher RB Oklahoma State Big 12
Carter, Cethan TE Nebraska Big Ten
Carter, Jamal S Miami ACC
Charlton, Taco DE Michigan Big Ten
Chesson, Jehu WR Michigan Big Ten
Clark, Chuck DB Virginia Tech ACC
Clark, Jeremy CB Michigan Big Ten
Clement, Corey RB Wisconsin Big Ten
Clements, Chunky DT Illinois Big Ten
Cohen, Tarik RB North Carolina A&T MEAC
Coley, Stacy WR Miami ACC
Collins, Aviante OT TCU Big 12
Conley, Gareon CB Ohio State Big Ten
Conner, James RB Pittsburgh ACC
Cook, Dalvin RB Florida State ACC
Cooper, Ethan OL Indiana (PA) Pennsylvania State
Cox Jr., Bryan DE Florida SEC
Cunningham, Zach LB Vanderbilt SEC
Daniels, Darrell TE Washington Pac-12
Darboh, Amara WR Michigan Big Ten
Davenport, Julie'n OT Bucknell Patriot League
Davis, Corey WR Western Michigan MAC
Davis, Jarrad LB Florida SEC
Davis, Justin RB USC Pac-12
Davis, Keionta DE Chattanooga Southern
Davis, Kevin LB Colorado State Mountain West
Davis, Robert WR Georgia State Sun Belt
Dawkins, Dion OG Temple American
Dayes, Matthew RB NC State ACC
Decoud, Treston CB Oregon State Pac-12
Dielman, J.J. C Utah Pac-12
Dobbs, Josh QB Tennessee SEC
Donahue, Dylan DL West Georgia Gulf South
Douglas, Rasul CB West Virginia Big 12
Dunker, Jessamen G Tennessee State Ohio Valley
Dupre, Malachi WR LSU SEC
Dural, Travin WR LSU SEC
Ekanem, Ken DL Virginia Tech ACC
Elder, Corn CB Miami ACC
Elflein, Pat C Ohio State Big Ten
Elliott, Jake K Memphis American
Ellis, Brooks ILB Arkansas SEC
Eluemunor, Jermaine OL Texas A&M SEC
Engram, Evan TE Mississippi SEC
Etta-Tawo, Amba WR Syracuse ACC
Evans, Jerod QB Virginia Tech ACC
Evans, Justin S Texas A&M SEC
Everett, Gerald TE South Alabama Sun Belt
Feeney, Dan OG Indiana Big Ten
Fields, Devonte' OLB Louisville ACC
Ford, Isaiah WR Virginia Tech ACC
Ford, Johnathan S Auburn SEC
Foreman, D'Onta RB Texas Big 12
Foster, Reuben LB Alabama SEC
Fournette, Leonard RB LSU SEC
Fuller, Kyle C Baylor Big 12
Gallman, Wayne RB Clemson ACC
Garcia, Antonio OT Troy Sun Belt
Garrett, Myles OLB Texas A&M SEC
Gedeon, Ben ILB Michigan Big Ten
Gennesy, Avery OT Texas A&M SEC
Gerry, Nate S Nebraska Big Ten
Gibson, Shelton WR West Virginia Big 12
Glasgow, Ryan DT Michigan Big Ten
Godchaux, Davon DT LSU SEC
Godwin, Chris WR Penn State Big Ten
Golladay, Kenny WR Northern Illinois MAC
Gonzalez, Zane K Arizona State Pac-12
Griffin, Shaquill DB Central Florida American
Hairston, Nate CB Temple American
Hall, Daeshon DE Texas A&M SEC
Hansen, Chad WR California Pac-12
Harlow, Sean OG Oregon State Pac-12
Harris, Charles DE Missouri SEC
Harris, Connor ILB Lindenwood Heart Of America
Harvey-Clemons, Josh S Louisville ACC
Hatcher, Keon WR Arkansas SEC
Henderson, Carlos WR Louisiana Tech Conference USA
Henderson, De'Angelo RB Coastal Carolina Big South
Hendrickson, Trey DE Florida Atlantic Conference USA
Hester, Treyvon DT Toledo MAC
Hikutini, Cole TE Louisville ACC
Hill, Brian RB Wyoming Mountain West
Hill, Delano SS Michigan Big Ten
Hodges, Bucky TE Virginia Tech ACC
Hogan, Krishawn WR Marian (IN) Mid-States Football Association
Holba, Colin LS Louisville ACC
Holden, William OT Vanderbilt SEC
Hollins, Mack WR North Carolina ACC
Hood, Elijah RB North Carolina ACC
Hooker, Malik S Ohio State Big Ten
Howard, Bug WR North Carolina ACC
Howard, O.J. TE Alabama SEC
Humphrey, Marlon CB Alabama SEC
Hunt, Hayden P Colorado State Mountain West
Hunt, Kareem RB Toledo MAC
Isidora, Danny G Miami ACC
Jackson, Adoree' CB USC Pac-12
Jackson, Eddie S Alabama SEC
Jenkins, Rayshawn S Miami ACC
Jerome, Lorenzo S State Francis (PA) Northeast
Johnson, Dorian OG Pittsburgh ACC
Johnson, Jadar S Clemson ACC
Johnson, Jaleel DT Iowa Big Ten
Johnson, John S Boston College ACC
Johnson, Roderick T Florida State ACC
Johnston, Cameron P Ohio State Big Ten
Jones, Aaron RB Texas-El Paso Conference USA
Jones, D.J. DT Mississippi SEC
Jones, Jarron DT Notre Dame Independent
Jones, Josh S NC State ACC
Jones, Nazair DT North Carolina ACC
Jones, Sidney CB Washington Pac-12
Jones, Zay WR East Carolina American
Kaaya, Brad QB Miami ACC
Kamara, Alvin RB Tennessee SEC
Kazee, Damontae CB San Diego State Mountain West
Kelsey, Keith LB Louisville ACC
King, Desmond S Iowa Big Ten
King, Kevin CB Washington Pac-12
Kittle, George TE Iowa Big Ten
Kizer, DeShone QB Notre Dame Independent
Knight, Trevor QB Texas A&M SEC
Kpassagnon, Tanoh DE Villanova CAA
Kupp, Cooper WR Eastern Washington Big Sky
Lamp, Forrest OG Western Kentucky Conference USA
Lampkin, Ashton CB Oklahoma State Big 12
Lane, Jerome WR Akron MAC
Langi, Harvey LB BYU Independent
Langley, Brendan CB Lamar Southland
Lattimore, Marshon CB Ohio State Big Ten
Lawson, Carl DE Auburn SEC
Leamon, Javarius OL South Carolina State MEAC
Ledbetter, Jeremiah DE Arkansas SEC
Lee, Cameron OG Illinois State Missouri Valley
Lee, Marquel LB Wake Forest ACC
Leggett, Jordan TE Clemson ACC
Leidner, Mitch QB Minnesota Big Ten
Levin, Corey OL Chattanooga Southern
Lewis, Jourdan CB Michigan Big Ten
Likely, William DB Maryland Big Ten
Liufau, Sefo QB Colorado Pac-12
Logan, T.J. RB North Carolina ACC
Luani, Shalom S Washington State Pac-12
Lucas, Keevan WR Tulsa American
Mack, Marlon RB South Florida American
Mahomes, Patrick QB Texas Tech Big 12
Malone, Josh WR Tennessee SEC
Mama, Damien G USC Pac-12
Marks, Gabe WR Washington State Pac-12
Mathis, JoJo OLB Washington Pac-12
Maulet, Art DB Memphis American
Maye, Marcus S Florida SEC
McCaffrey, Christian RB Stanford Pac-12
McDermott, Conor OT UCLA Pac-12
McDowell, Malik DT Michigan State Big Ten
McGuire, Elijah RB Louisiana-Lafayette Sun Belt
McKenzie, Isaiah WR Georgia SEC
McKinley, Takkarist OLB UCLA Pac-12
McMillan, Raekwon LB Ohio State Big Ten
McNichols, Jeremy RB Boise State Mountain West
Melifonwu, Obi S Connecticut American
Milano, Matt OLB Boston College ACC
Moreau, Fabian CB UCLA Pac-12
Morgan, Drew WR Arkansas SEC
Morgan, Jordan G Kutztown (PA) Pennsylvania State
Moss, Avery DE Youngstown State Missouri Valley
Moton, Taylor OG Western Michigan MAC
Muhammad, Al-Quadin DE Miami ACC
Myrick, Jalen CB Minnesota Big Ten
Nicholson, Montae S Michigan State Big Ten
Nickerson, Hardy LB Illinois Big Ten
Njoku, David TE Miami ACC
Noil, Speedy WR Texas A&M SEC
Northnagel, Bradley LS California Pac-12
Nwachukwu, Noble OLB West Virginia Big 12
Odenigbo, Ifeadi DL Northwestern Big Ten
Ogunbowale, Dare RB Wisconsin Big Ten
Ogunjobi, Larry DT North Carolina Charlotte Conference USA
Orlosky, Tyler C West Virginia Big 12
Orndoff, Scott TE Pittsburgh ACC
Pascal, Zach WR Old Dominion Conference USA
Peppers, Jabrill SS Michigan Big Ten
Perine, Samaje RB Oklahoma Big 12
Peterman, Nathan QB Pittsburgh ACC
Phillips, Carroll DE Illinois Big Ten
Plinke, Hayden TE Texas-El Paso Conference USA
Pocic, Ethan C LSU SEC
Price, Ejuan OLB Pittsburgh ACC
Pumphrey, Donnel RB San Diego State Mountain West
Qualls, Elijah DT Washington Pac-12
Quick, James WR Louisville ACC
Ramczyk, Ryan T Wisconsin Big Ten
Rector, Michael WR Stanford Pac-12
Reddick, Haason OLB Temple American
Redding, Devine RB Indiana Big Ten
Reeves-Maybin, Jalen LB Tennessee SEC
Rehkow, Austin P Idaho Sun Belt
Reynolds, Josh WR Texas A&M SEC
Riley, Duke OLB LSU SEC
Rivers, Derek OLB Youngstown State Missouri Valley
Roberts, Michael TE Toledo MAC
Robinette, Jalen WR Air Force Mountain West
Robinson, Cam OT Alabama SEC
Robinson, Ezra CB Tennessee State Ohio Valley
Rochell, Isaac DT Notre Dame Independent
Rogers, Darreus WR USC Pac-12
Rogers, Sam FB Virginia Tech ACC
Ross, Fred WR Mississippi State SEC
Ross, John WR Washington Pac-12
Roullier, Chase C Wyoming Mountain West
Rudolph, Travis WR Florida State ACC
Rush, Cooper QB Central Michigan MAC
Russell, Seth QB Baylor Big 12
Samuel, Curtis WR Ohio State Big Ten
Saubert, Eric TE Drake Pioneer
Scott, Artavis WR Clemson ACC
Seals-Jones, Ricky WR Texas A&M SEC
Senior, Justin OT Mississippi State SEC
Shaheen, Adam TE Ashland Great Lakes
Sharpe, David T Florida SEC
Shell, Rushel RB West Virginia Big 12
Shelton, Sojourn CB Wisconsin Big Ten
Sickels, Garrett DE Penn State Big Ten
Siragusa, Nico OG San Diego State Mountain West
Skipper, Dan OT Arkansas SEC
Smart, Tanzel DT Tulane American
Smith, De'Veon RB Michigan Big Ten
Smith, Jonnu TE Florida International Conference USA
Smith-Schuster, JuJu WR USC Pac-12
Smoot, Dawuane DE Illinois Big Ten
Sprinkle, Jeremy TE Arkansas SEC
Staples, Jamari WR Louisville ACC
Stevenson, Freddie FB Florida State ACC
Stewart, ArDarius WR Alabama SEC
Stribling, Channing CB Michigan Big Ten
Sutton, Cameron CB Tennessee SEC
Switzer, Ryan WR North Carolina ACC
Tabor, Teez CB Florida SEC
Tankersley, Cordrea CB Clemson ACC
Taumoepenu, Pita DL Utah Pac-12
Taylor, Taywan WR Western Kentucky Conference USA
Taylor, Trent WR Louisiana Tech Conference USA
Taylor, Vincent DT Oklahoma State Big 12
Tevi, Sam OT Utah Pac-12
Theaker, Nate OG Wayne State (MI) Great Lakes
Thomas, Jahad RB Temple American
Thomas, Noel WR Connecticut American
Thomas, Solomon DE Stanford Pac-12
Thompson, Tedric FS Colorado Pac-12
Tocho, Jack CB NC State ACC
Tomlinson, Dalvin DT Alabama SEC
Toth, Jon C Kentucky SEC
Travis, Damarius S Minnesota Big Ten
Trubisky, Mitch QB North Carolina ACC
Tu'ikolovatu, Stevie NT USC Pac-12
Tyson, Michael S Cincinnati American
Ugokwe, Jerry OT William & Mary CAA
Ukropina, Conrad K Stanford Pac-12
Vallejo, Tanner LB Boise State Mountain West
Vanderdoes, Eddie DT UCLA Pac-12
Vogel, Justin P Miami ACC
Walker Jr., Anthony LB Northwestern Big Ten
Walker, Charles DT Oklahoma Big 12
Walker, Demarcus DE Florida State ACC
Ward, Jr., Greg WR Houston American
Watkins, Carlos DT Clemson ACC
Watson, Deshaun QB Clemson ACC
Watt, T.J. LB Wisconsin Big Ten
Webb, Davis QB California Pac-12
Westbrook, Dede WR Oklahoma Big 12
Wheeler, Chad C USC Pac-12
White, Marquez CB Florida State ACC
White, Tre'Davious CB LSU SEC
Whitfield, Kermit WR Florida State ACC
Williams, Jamaal RB BYU Independent
Williams, Joe RB Utah Pac-12
Williams, Marcus S Utah Pac-12
Williams, Mike WR Clemson ACC
Williams, Stanley RB Kentucky SEC
Williams, Tim OLB Alabama SEC
Willis, Jordan DE Kansas State Big 12
Wilson, Bobo WR Florida State ACC
Wilson, Howard CB Houston American
Wilson, Quincy CB Florida SEC
Wise, Deatrich DE Arkansas SEC
Witherspoon, Ahkello CB Colorado Pac-12
Woods, Xavier S Louisiana Tech Conference USA
Wormley, Chris DE Michigan Big Ten

Here’s a look at the measurable drills prospects take part in at the combine:

40-yard dash: The 40-yard dash measures an athlete’s speed and explosion. The 40-yard dash is a fan-favorite among the Combine events as the prospects will attempt to run as fast as they can for 40 yards down a football field. Former Bengals first round pick Jonathan Joseph still maintains one of the fastest 40-yard dash times among all NFL players (4.31 seconds in 2006). Running a fast 40 can push a prospect into first round contention, while a bad time can hurt a player’s draft stock with some significance.

Bench press: The bench press measures strength as prospects attempt to bench as many 225 pound reps as possible. Bengals center Russell Bodine remains one of the best all-time bench press performers at the Combine, as he registered 42 reps, which is tied for sixth best.

Vertical jump: With the vertical jump, scouts are looking for lower-body explosion and power. An athlete’s reach is measured here, after jumping into the air, flat footed.

Broad jump: Different from the vertical jump, the broad jump tests lower-body explosion and lower-body strength. Prospects must land without movement.

3-cone drill: The 3-cone drill is used to measure an athlete's ability to change directions at a high speed. Three cones are placed in an L-shape and here’s what happens, per Prospects begin at the starting line, go 5 yards to the first cone and back. Then, turn, run around the second cone, run a weave around the third cone, which is the high point of the L, change directions, come back around that second cone and finish off the drill.

Shuttle run: The short shuttle measures lateral quickness and explosion in limited areas. Per The athlete starts in the three-point stance, explodes out 5 yards to his right, touches the line, goes back 10 yards to his left, left hand touches the line, pivot, and he turns 5 more yards and finishes.

Read more about the drills here.