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For professional football hopefulls who get invited to the annual NFL Combine or have scheduled workouts with NFL scouts (Pro Days) and/or scouting camps, Cutting Edge Sports Training has an intense training program to prepare you for these events. Again, you must train specifically for these "job interviews" as you are being critically evaluated on your ability to run, jump, and change directions.


Players and agents are encouraged to utilize our services as many athletes workout hard after college to prepare for these combines but don't train properly for the specific tests they will be evaluated on. Not only do we prepare you for these specific tests, we specialize your program to maximize your individual needs. Six to twelve weeks at our Southern California training center can make the difference in draft selection and thousands of dollars.


We have a chiropractor on-site as well as local networks with massage therepists, physical therapists, and orthopedic physicians to handle all medical and sports medicine related issues.


Our typical 6-Day/Wk training schedule includes "double-day" training sessions. Morning sessions involve intense workouts for speed, plyometrics, agility, technique training, and conditioning. Afternoon/evening sessions include specialized core, strength and power training, corrective exercise and regeneration modalities. Please contact Todd Norman direct for more information.


Program includes specific training and preparation for the following:


- 40 Yard Dash

- Vertical Jump

- Broad Jump   

- 20 Yard Short Shuttle   

- 3-Cone Drill   

- 60 Yard Long Shuttle

- 225lb Bench Press

- Positional Agilities   

- Mock Combine Testing

- Media Preparation

- Yoga

- Nutrition

- Massage Therapy


Class of 2021

Hunter Kampmoyer, TE, Oregon

Jacob Capra, OL, San Diego State

Class of 2016

Christian Hackenberg, QB, Penn State

Herbert Gamboa, LB, Montana State


Class of 2013

Mike Frederick, Wisconsin

TJ McDonald, USC

Cordarrelle Patterson, Tennessee

Joseph Fauria, UCLA

Class of 2012

Logan Harrell, DE, Fresno State

John Cullen, OL, Utah

Class of 2011

Greg McElroy, QB, Alabama

Mike McNeill, TE, Nebraska

Konrad Reuland, TE, Stanford

Christian Yount, LS, UCLA

Brysen Ginlack, OG, Hawaii

Grant Schwartz, WR, Ohio St.

Scott Tolzien, QB, Wisconsin

RJ Toman, QB, New Hampshire

Tyler Beiler, WR, Bridgewater

Greg Cross, WR, Pittsburgh

Ricky Gary, CB, Pittsburgh

Elijah Fields, S, Pittsburgh

Vai Taua, RB, Nevada


Class of 2010

Mike Iupati, OG, Idaho

Zane Beadles, OT, Utah

Barry Church, S, Toledo

Nate Byham, TE, Pittsburgh

Blair White, WR, Michigan State

Tony Pike, QB, Cincinnati

Chris Richards, CB, Stoneybrook

Patrick Dovenny, TE, Colorado


Class of 2009

Ryan Chesla, TE, Northern Colorado

Doug Dutch, DB, Michigan

Brandon Nicolas, DT, Colorado

Ryan Mole, RB, Cal Poly

Mark Restelli, SS, Cal Poly

Mark Sanchez, QB, USC

Wynel Seldon, RB, Wyoming

Anthony Vernaglia, WR, Notre Dame/Hofstra


Class of 2008

Yvenson Bernard, RB, Oregon State

Gerard Lawson, DB/KR, Oregon State

Jason Shirley, DL, Fresno State

Chris Jennings, RB, Arizona

Dominic Patrick, S, Arizona

Keon Lattimore, RB, Maryland

Jason Jones, WR, Arkansas - Pine Bluff

Lenny Trusnik, FB, Ohio Northern

Brandon Jenkins, DL, Ole' Miss

Jeremy Gibbs, DL,Oregon


Class of 2007

Maurice Price, WR, Charleston Southern

Collin Drafts, QB, Charleston Southern

Ryan Powdrell, FB, USC

Ricky Miller, LB, Arkansas-Montecello

Paul Como, DE, Kansas


Class of 2006

Mike Mohoric, LB7, New Mexico

Antwaun Carter, RB, Boise State

Brandon Smith, DB, Sacramento State

Lawrence Bady, WR, Boise State

Chis Christopher, WR, Boise State




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