The national combine takes place after three regional combines across Canada: the Western Regional Combine in Edmonton, Eastern Regional Combine in Montreal, and Thursday’s Ontario Regional Combine in Toronto.
CFL.ca will provide two days of live programming featuring play-by-play commentary from Combine Analyst Marshall Ferguson as well as analysis from CFL.ca host Brodie Lawson and former all-star defensive back Davis Sanchez.
Coverage begins on Saturday, March 23 with the Bench Press, where prospects showcase their brute strength. Sunday features a jam-packed day of programming where players blaze through the ultimate test of speed and acceleration in the 40-Yard Dash before letting their play do the talking. The Combine culminates with the Individual Player and 1-on-1 Drills as part of the on-field testing where prospects strap up the pads and prove to scouts and general managers why they should be cemented on the draft boards of teams across the league.
Fans can follow along with up-to-the minute stats, results and leaderboards on the CFL.ca home page followed by extensive analysis as the road to the Draft continues.
In addition to the top Canadian prospects, 18 ‘global’ players from Denmark, Germany, Finland, France and Italy will participate.
(Lucas Barrett/CFL PR)