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WHAT IS A COMBINE?

Football Combines: What they are and what they offer

A football combine lets high school football players show off their natural athletic ability with specific timed/measured events like the 40-yard dash and vertical jump. But, unlike a football camp, there is no instruction or teaching involved.

Reasons to attend a football combine.

  • The main reason to attend a football combine is to get measurable information about your skills. Verified statistics are important for your player profile, so getting timed in the 40-yard dash or shuttle run, or having your vertical jump measured at a combine can be beneficial. Verified combine results posted on our site and can be extremely valuable to meet and exceed your goals.
  • Combines can provide good, measurable information about your athletic ability, which can help you see how you measure up against other football recruits. Knowing what you need to improve on can help you when competing against other athletes for football scholarships.

When a football combine isn’t the right choice.

  • Don’t go to a combine if you think it will help you get “discovered”. College coaches don’t attend football combines, so there’s no chance that you’ll get exposure to college football programs by working out at one.


The VTO Sports Combines are $65 for early bird registration and $80 at the door for class of 2018, 2019, 2020 & 2021 high school football players.

What is T3 Training:
 The VTO Football Combine T3 Method has trained over 5,000 students across the country… Our unique methods  First we TEACH the correct skills/form for standard combine tests. Then we TEST to see where you excel and where you need more training then we TEACH again to see those skills improve and give you advice for training. Standard combine T3 methods includes 40 yard dash, Pro shuttle, vertical jump, and bench press.

What is R3 Education:
 Most athletes don't know what it takes to be recruited and this can be a huge hazard to their recruiting chances. We work with experts in the industry to give you valuable information on the recruiting process the stages and were you need to concentrate to take advantage of scholarship opportunities

VTO Sports Combines are open to Class of 2017, 2018. 2019 and top underclassmen high school football players looking to showcase their ability and post certified times.

Select the Combine below you would like to attend below and then register. After you submit your registration, you will receive an initial email confirming your registration was received. If you have any problems, please see the FAQ’s down this page.

Qualify for a chance to compete in the VTO Sports Elite 100's

Receive a Combine compression shirt. (Athletes still must bring appropriate workout gear: shorts, sweats, football cleats and training shoes.)

Be measured by height and weight, and photographed.

Receive a proper, supervised dynamic warm-up.

Be tested in: the 40-yard dash, Bench Press, Vertical, Shuttle. If players are not satisfied with their results, they may scratch them so they are not reported.

Elite Alumni:
 Da'shawn Hand, Leonard Fournette, Carl Lawson,  Jaylon Smith, Kenny Bigelow, O.J. Howard, Max Browne, Marquez North, Derrick Green, D.J. Humphries, Jonathan Bullard, Jadeveon Clowney, Robert Crisp, Xavier Nixon.

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