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Los Angeles Rams Create Virtual Combine for High School Football Players

The Los Angeles Rams are reaching out to high school football players around America who are looking for exposure at the collegiate level.

Former NFL running back Johnathan Franklin, who is the Rams’ Director of Social Justice and Football Development, has created a virtual combine that gives aspiring college student-athletes an opportunity to showcase their skills and character for college scouts and coaches.

Through the Los Angeles Rams Virtual Combine, high school student-athletes can upload videos of themselves participating in a variety of combine drills and challenges to display their skills and abilities. All participants are required to create a personal profile that lists their height, weight, position, current school, graduation year and other information.

Drills and activities featured in the Rams Virtual Combine test football IQ, strength, change of direction abilities, lateral movement, route running and more. The Combine also features drills that are specific to each position group.

For more information about the Rams Virtual Combine and to register, please visit

In the video below, Franklin discusses the idea for the virtual combine with Jeff Fisher of High School Football America. 


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