Alton, Mo. – The National Football League is hosting the NFL Scouting Combine from Sunday, February 23, 2020, to Monday, March 2, 2020, at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana.
History of the NFL Combine
The Combine is a nine-day event with activities including measurements, interviews, and workouts. The NFL Scouting Combine, formerly know as the National Invitational Camp, first started 1982. The Combine was held in different cities at the beginning. But now it is officially held every year in Indianapolis, Indiana, since 1987. College football players can only be in the Combine if they’ve been invited by the NFL.
The Combine helps the players to take the next step in the football world, which is the NFL. The players will be doing multiple tests, both mentally and physically, in front of coaches and general managers from the different 32 NFL teams. The Combine gives the NFL teams some ideas of who to pick in the upcoming NFL Draft in April.
Schedule for the Combine
The players will start working on the field on February 27 from 3-10 pm Central Time. This group will consist of quarterbacks, tight ends, and wide receivers. February 28 will be the place kickers, special teams, offensive linemen, and running backs from 3-11 pm Central Time. The defensive linemen and linebackers take the third day of field workouts on February 29 from 3-11 pm Central Time also. For the last day of on-field workouts, the defensive backs will take the stage from 1-6 pm Central Time on Sunday, March 1. 
You can watch the NFL Scouting Combine on NFL Network. The NFL Network will provide exclusive coverage of the next stars in football.