Georgia football: Everything to know about the 2022 NFL Combine

Oct 12, 2021; London, United Kingdom; A detailed view of NFL shield logo is seen at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
Oct 12, 2021; London, United Kingdom; A detailed view of NFL shield logo is seen at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports /

The 2022 NFL Combine is this week lasting from March 1-7, and Georgia football has 14 players looking to impress in Indianapolis. Those 14 players mark the most competing in the Combine this season, so there will be plenty of Dawg action this week.

While we all know there is a Combine each year, it’s still important to break down each day and the schedule. We all want to watch those 14 Dawgs put on a show, so knowing how to tune in is also crucial information.

This week can make or break a player’s NFL dreams, so it’s essential to have a strong showing. The Combine is also when players can add a little shock value and cause discussions. Remember the whole DK Metcalf and how jacked he was?

Some of the Georgia players competing this week need a big moment, so more people realize how talented they are.

Everything Georgia football fans need to know about the 2022 NFL Combine.

The 14 Dawgs participating in this week are James Cook, Zamir White, Quay Walker, Travon Walker, Nakobe Dean, Jordan Davis, Devonte Wyatt, Channing Tindall, Derion Kendrick, Lewis Cine, George Pickens, Justin Shaffer, Jamaree Salyer and Jake Camarda.

Each day there will be specific positions running through drills and exercises that NFL scouts want to have when deciding who to draft. There will also be a lot of interviews, media obligations and medical exams.

Fans can attend the event from March 3-6, and it’s free. So if you’re in Indy, see those Dawgs in person and see how they look.

2022 NFL Combine Schedule

Monday, Feb. 28

Quarterbacks, receivers and tight ends arrive.

Tuesday, March 1

The offensive linemen, running backs and special teams players arrive.

Wednesday, March 2

Defensive linemen and linebackers arrive at the Combine.

Thursday, March 3

The defensive backs arrive.

On the days each position group arrives, they will go through registration, pre-exam, orientation and their first set of interviews. Then on Day 2 for each group, players will receive a medical exam, another round of interviews, and if needed, they’ll go through special studies. Day 3 is for media, more interviews and an ortho exam.

Day four for each group is when the action begins as they get their measurements done to do the bench press and on-field workouts. It’s a big rotation to make sure each position gets its moment to shine.

What kind of drills do they do at the 2022 NFL Combine?

The drills players go through at the NFL Combine are what fans focus on the most. Players will do a 40-yard dash, bench press, vertical jump, broad jump, three-cone drill, 20-yard shuttle, and 60-yard shuttle.

Those are the seven main drills they do, but there are also various workouts the players have to do so the scouts and teams can get their own look at them. There have been some changes to what specific workouts they do.

How to watch the 2022 NFL Combine?

There will be 50 hours of live coverage for this year’s NFL Combine, so there won’t be much that people miss. The NFL Network is one of the many places fans can watch.

Here is the NFL Network schedule:

  • March 3: 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET
  • March 4: 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. ET
  • March 5: 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. ET
  • March 6: 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. ET

Fans can also live stream through various options.

Georgia football fans shouldn’t miss much with so much coverage. The best part is most of the coverage is in the evening, so fans who work can watch it without feeling like they’re missing it all.

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This year’s NFL Combine will be a big one for the Dawgs, and how they perform will be something fans want to see. To have 14 guys there, it’s understandable why so many want to know what is going on and how the guys performed. This event seems to grow each year, and if they continue to produce this kind of coverage, it’ll get even bigger.