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Large Data Update Complete | 1987-1998 Combine Data is Now Available

Large Data Update Complete | 1987-1998 Combine Data is Now Available

We have completed a very large data update including 11 previously unavailable years of data, and with it a fairly large update to the site.  The details of the updates include:

  • Previously unavailable NFL Combine Data from 1987-1998 is now available
  • Improvements to Sort Features and other ease of use improvements
  • Updates, corrections, and additional Data added for years 1999-2017
    • 10 and 20 yard splits added where missing
    • Improved Height Data
    • QB Ball Velocity
    • Draft Age Added
    • BMI Added
    • Shuttle Split Added (Shuttle minus 20 yard split)
    • College Conference and Division Added
    • More
  • Improvements to mobile experience

 

2013 NFL Draft First Round Results

2013 NFL Draft First Round Results

The 2013 NFL Draft has officially completed.  2013 will likely be remembered as a year where many teams were able to get better up front on both sides of the ball.  The first round of the draft was quite deep in both offensive and defensive linemen.  Out of the first 32 selections, 18 are expected to play either offensive or defensive line.  All of the first 7 selections in this years draft, and 8 out of the top 10, where offensive or defensive lineman.

2013 NFL Draft First Round Recap:

1. Kansas City Chiefs – Eric Fisher – OT – Central Michigan
2. Jacksonville Jaguars – Luke Joeckel – OT – Texas A&M
3. Miami Dolphins – Dion Jordan – DE – Oregon
4. Philadelphia Eagles – Lane Johnson – OT – Oklahoma
5. Detroit Lions – Ezekiel Ansah – DE – BYU
6. Cleveland Browns – Barkevious Mingo – DE – LSU
7. Arizona Cardinals – Jonathan Cooper – G – North Carolina
8. St. Louis Rams – Tavon Austin – WR – West Virginia
9. New York Jets – Dee Milliner – CB – Alabama
10. Tennessee Titans – Chance Warmack – G – Alabama
11. San Diego Chargers – D. J. Fluker – OT – Alabama
12. Oakland Raiders – D. J. Hayden – CB – Houston
13. New York Jets – Sheldon Richardson – DT – Missouri
14. Carolina Panthers – Star Lotulelei – DT – Utah
15. New Orleans Saints – Kenny Vaccaro – S – Texas
16. Buffalo Bills – E. J. Manuel – QB – Florida State
17. Pittsburgh Steelers – Jarvis Jones – LB – Georgia
18. San Francisco 49ers – Eric Reid – S – LSU
19. New York Giants – Justin Pugh – G – Syracuse
20. Chicago Bears – Kyle Long – G – Oregon
21. Cincinnati Bengals – Tyler Eifert – TE – Notre Dame
22. Atlanta Falcons – Desmond Trufant – CB – Washington
23. Minnesota Vikings – Sharrif Floyd – DT – Florida
24. Indianapolis Colts – Björn Werner – DE – Florida State
25. Minnesota Vikings – Xavier Rhodes – CB – Florida State
26. Green Bay Packers – Datone Jones – DE – UCLA
27. Houston Texans – DeAndre Hopkins – WR – Clemson
28. Denver Broncos – Sylvester Williams – DT – North Carolina
29. Minnesota Vikings – Cordarrelle Patterson – WR – Tennessee
30. St. Louis Rams – Alec Ogletree – LB – Georgia
31. Dallas Cowboys – Travis Frederick – C – Wisconsin
32. Baltimore Ravens – Matt Elam – S – Florida

 

NFL Combine Data From 2008-2013 Updated

NFL Combine Data From 2008-2013 Updated

There have been some recent and significant updates to NFL Combine Results combine data.  Individual player pages now have more complete information about players, including Hand Size, Arm Length, and 60 Yard Shuttle time.  Combine data has also been updated to add additional data that was previously missing from the database.

The updates to the data include:

2008 Quarterback – Hand Sizes

2009 Quarterback – Hand Sizes

2010-2013 All Positions – Hand Sizes

2010-2013 All Positions – Arm Lengths

2011 -2013 All Positions – 60 Yard Shuttle Times

2012 All Positions – 10 Yard Splits and 20 Yard Splits

2013 All Positions – 10 Yard Splits

Possible future updates:

2013 All Positions – 20 Yard Splits

Wingspan results (as they become available)

New aptitude test results (if available and useful)

 

NFL Combine To Supplement Wonderlic With New Apitude Test

NFL Combine To Supplement Wonderlic With New Apitude Test

The 2013 NFL Combine will feature a new and improved non-physical aptitude test.  Prior to 2013, the NFL issued a controversial Wonderlic exam to players to asses non-physical aptitude.  In an effort to improve on the controversial practice – the results of which were declared confidential in 2008 – the NFL Combine will supplement the Wonderlic with additional testing.

NFL.com’s Albert Breer acquired the following memo describing the changes to the Wonderlic:

At this year’s combine we will introduce a new and expanded player assessment tool designed to offer a much more robust and comprehensive assessment of a player’s non-physical capabilities, aptitudes, and strengths. This tool was developed by Harold Goldstein, Professor of Industrial/Organizational Psychology at Baruch College, City University of NY. Professor Goldstein is an expert in industrial psychology who has designed employment tests in a variety of other industries and has worked closely with Cyrus Mehri of the Fritz Pollard Alliance.

The assessment tool being introduced at the Combine is not intended to displace anything currently in use or substitute for other tests that are given either at the Combine or by the clubs themselves. Rather, this new test measures a wide range of competencies, including learning styles, motivation, decision-making skills, responding to pressure or unexpected stimuli, and core intellect. It was developed after detailed discussions with current and former league executives, including Ernie Accorsi, Thomas Dimitroff, John Elway, and Jerry Reese, and was reviewed by members of the general managers Advisory Committee.

This is an exciting innovation that brings updated best practices from corporate America to the NFL football operations. By giving clubs new and more relevant information, it offers additional information to supplement your decision-making in the draft. One of the most interesting aspects is that new information on player learning styles can potentially help our coaches’ work more effectively with young players.

We look forward to reviewing and receiving your feedback later this year and incorporating it into future versions of this assessment tool.

Source: NFL.com

In working with Psychologists, the NFL is clearly making an effort to improve the amount of information that teams have access to regarding potential draft selections.  The Wonderlic was often criticized as a sole means of judging the cognitive ability of a player, so there was certainly room for improvement in this area.  The new aptitude test is reported to differ from the Wonderlic in that it is meant to judge specific cognitive strengths and weaknesses, rather than overall cognitive ability.

The NFL has also announced that this new aptitude test will be administered in a classroom, much like the Wonderlic.  Also like the Wonderlic, the results will be confidential.  To further protect confidentiality, Steve Wyche of NFL.com has reported that the results will only be shared with “one or two” team executives.  Wyche also reports that the test will be 60 minutes long, and that there will be “no way” players will be able to study or prepare for the test.  The NFL will work with psychologists to grade the tests, and the results may help to provide teams with a better idea of whether a player will fit into their organizations culture and with a particular coaching style.

From an NFL Combine Results perspective, we will have to wait and see what sort of information is released.  From what we can gather, it sounds like the new aptitude test is somewhat of a hybrid between a personality test and an intelligence test that gauges different types of intelligence.  If the test is effective, that information will likely be very valuable to NFL teams and possibly researchers as well.

 

2012 NFL Draft Results – First Round

2012 NFL Draft Results – First Round

The 1st round of the 2012 NFL Draft has been completed.  There were not many surprises at the top of the first round this year.    Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III were drafted 1 and 2 as predicted, with Richardson and Kahlil close behind.  Justin Blackmon escaped not running the 40 yard dash at the combine due to injury and was drafted 5th by the Jacksonville Jaguars, and Morris Claiborne did not fall far due to his leaked combine score.  Tampa Bay drafted elite talent Mark Barron, who also could not perform at the combine due to injury.

2012 NFL Draft First Round Recap:

  1. Indianapolis Colts – Andrew Luck – QB – Stanford
  2. Washinton Redskins – Robert Griffin III – QB – Baylor
  3. Cleveland Browns – Trent Richardson – RB – Alabama
  4. Minnesota Vikings – Matt Kahlil – OT – Southern California
  5. Jacksonville Jaguars – Justin Blackmon – WR – Oklahoma State
  6. Dallas Cowboys – Morris Claiborne – CB – LSU
  7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Mark Barron FS – Alabama
  8. Miami Dolphins – Ryan Tannehill – QB – Texas A&M
  9. Carolina Panthers – Luke Kuechly – ILB – Boston College
  10. Buffalo Bills – Stephon Gilmore – CB – South Carolina
  11. Kansas City Chiefs – Dontari Poe – DT – Memphis
  12. Philadelphia Eagles – Fletcher Cox – DT – Mississippi State
  13. Arizona Cardinals – Michael Floyd – WR – Notre Dame
  14. St. Louis Rams – Michael Brockers – DT – LSU
  15. Seattle Seahawks – Bruce Irvin – ILB – West Virginia
  16. New York Jets – Quinton Coples – DE – North Carolina
  17. Cincinnatti Bengals – Dre Kirkpatrick – CB – Alabama
  18. San Diego Chargers – Melvin Ingram – DE – South Carolina
  19. Chicago Bears – Shea McClellin – OLB – Boise State
  20. Tennessee Titans – Kendall Wright – RB – Baylor
  21. New England Patriots – Chandler Jones – DE – Syracuse
  22. Cleveland Browns – Brandon Weeden – QB – Oklahoma State
  23. Detroit Lions – Riley Reiff – OT – Iowa
  24. Pittsburgh Steelers – David DeCastro – OG – Stanford
  25. New England Patriots – Dont’a Hightower
  26. Houston Texans – Whitney Mercilus – DE – Illinois
  27. Cincinatti Bengals – Kevin Zetiler – OG – Wisconsin
  28. Green Bay Packers – Nick Perry – DE – Southern California
  29. Minnesota Vikings – Harrison Smith – FS – Notre Dame
  30. San Francisco 49ers – A.J. Jenkins – WR – Illinois
  31. Tampa Bay Buccanneers – Doug Martin – RB – Boise State
  32. New York Giants – David Wilson – RB – Virgina Tech

 

Full 2012 NFL Draft Results can be found here:  2012 NFL Draft Results

2012 NFL Combine Data Available

2012 NFL Combine Data Available

2012 NFL Combine Data is now available.

Access the 2012 NFL Combine Data here:  2012 NFL Combine Results

Recent Updates:

  • 2012 Running Back 40 Yard Dash Times,
  • 2012 Running Back 3 Cone, and Shuttle Drill Times
  • 2012 Quarterack 40 Times
  • 2012 Running Back 3 Cone and Shuttle Drill Times
  • 2012 Wide Receiver 40 times
  • 2012 Defensive End 3 Cone and Shuttle Drill Times
  • 2012 Defensive End 40 Times
  • 2012 Defensive End Bench Press
  • 2012 Defensive Tackle Bench Press
  • 2012 Inside Linebacker Drills
  • 2012 Outside Linebacker Drills
  • and more…

Further updates will include:

  • Defensive Back 40 times
  • Quarterback Wonderlic Scores
  • 20 Yard and 10 Yard Dash Times

Update:

Defensive Back 40 Times have now been added.

Regional NFL Scouting Combines Begin January 28th

Regional NFL Scouting Combines Begin January 28th

Beginning Saturday, January 28th, the NFL will hold a series of eight regional scouting combines concluding with a national “secondary” combine at the end of March.

The eight regional combines will be held in Los Angeles (Jan. 28), Houston (Feb 4), Baltimore (Feb 11), Tampa Bay (Feb 18), New York (Feb 25), Atlanta (Mar 10-11), and Cleveland (Mar 17).  Players who generate interest at a regional combine may be invited to participate at an additional national combine on March 30th and 31st in Detroit, Michigan.

The additional NFL scouting combines will not feature players who have been invited to the NFL Combine on February 22nd at Lucas Oil Stadium.   The regional combines are intended as an avenue for players with NCAA experience who are not invited to the main NFL Combine to showcase their talents in front of NFL scouts and front office personnel.   The regional combines allow NFL teams a better opportunity at evaluating scattered potential NFL talent, while also allowing late-blooming, comeback, and overlooked players an opportunity to be evaluated by all 32 NFL teams in one place.

 

2011 NFL Scouting Combine Data is Available

2011 NFL Scouting Combine Data is Available

For those of you that have requested the most up to date combine data in a sortable format, the 2011 NFL Scouting Combine Data is now available including QB Wonderlic scores.

Please use the NFL Combine Data menu button above or click here to access the data.

As always, please report any errors or omissions to nflcombineresults@gmail.com.

As of this blog posting, all NFL Combine Data to date should be entered.  Some data such as Wonderlic scores are incomplete due to secrecy, so if you have additional data please contact nflcombineresults@gmail.com and we will update accordingly.

 

 

2010 NFL Scouting Combine Data Now Available

2010 NFL Scouting Combine Data Now Available

2010 NFL Scouting Combine Data is now available.  2010 Wonderlic Test Scores for several positions including QB have also been added.

The data can be accessed by using the “NFL Combine Data” menu item above, or by clicking here: 2010 NFL Combine Results.

As always, please report any errors or omissions to nflcombineresults@gmail.com.