What is the Delmarva Youth Regional Football Combine (DYRFC)? The Delmarva Youth Regional Football Combines are the premier youth athletic testing events. They are a great opportunity for top junior players, who aspire to play on the next level, to see where they stand with their peers and get accurate testing measurements by experienced performance specialists, coaches and scouts. Athletes must be in grades 6, 7 or 8 to participate.
The combines are 100% non-contact. They are designed to give any athlete an opportunity to showcase their skills for college and high school coaches. The combine brings together the area’s top 6th - 8th grade football players to work out in front of top scouts and high school and college coaches plus leading Internet recruiting sites. It's never too early to get exposure! Participation in a DYRFC combine could lead to a player being recruited to attend a major college football team's summer campOR a well-known, successful high school for freshman year. The DYRFC combines can put a young player on the national college recruiting radar screen before they even begin high school. The combines are also are a great opportunity to get standardized SPARQ Testing in a professional, well-organized setting. These testing results are the gold standard for college coaches who use these numbers to assess an athlete’s football potential. It should be noted that combine results are not conclusive evidence of how well a player can or cannot play football, but only indicators. Coaches and scouts still place a large amount of emphasis on an athlete’s ability to actually play the game on the field.
The DYRFC combine give young players an advantage by learning how to better condition and train and how to properly prepare for combines BEFORE they get to high school. Most high school players have never participated in a combine before and this could contribute to them having a sub-par performance once involved in one and they might ultimately be passed over during recruiting.
Looking to get a head start for your son
Grades 6th to 8th 100% non-contact
This is the chance to showcase your son's skill level in a professional setting with experienced coaches, trainers, and players already playing on the college level.
Saturday Aug 8th - 10am til 6pm Seaside Christian Academy West Ocean City, MD
40 Yard Dash: - 2 Attempts per athlete - -Timed on first movement - - No movement starts(rolling) -
Vertical and Broad Jump: - 2 Attempts per Athlete - - Feet behind line (broad jump) - - No step, jump is from static start -
-60 Lbs-# of Reps (6th grade lineman)- -60 Lbs-# of Reps (6th grade skill athletes)- -70 Lbs-# of Reps (7th grade lineman)- -70 Lbs-# of Reps (7th grade skill athletes)- -80 Lbs-# of Reps (8th grade lineman)- -80 Lbs-# of Reps (8th grade skill athletes)- -Back and Feet Must Be Static And To The Bench And Ground- -Must Have Full Extension On Press- -No Bounce Of Chest And Each Rep Must Touch Chest-
Pro Agility Shuttle(20 Yards): - 2 Attempts Per Athlete - - One to Left and One to Right - - Must touch line to count - - Hand must be on starting line and body can not cross line for start - - No movement starts (rolling) -