Player Combine event on Sunday, Sept. 27 to kick off draft weekend at TRAC in Oakville, Ontario
At the Combine, players will have the opportunity to showcase their skills in a practice setting through structured games and take part in an interview process with NLL general managers and coaches. All prospects who participate in the Combine will be subject to a series of tests to evaluate their endurance, reaction times, strength, agility, speed, and lacrosse-related skills. The testing will be conducted by Sport Testing Inc., a provider of athlete assessment technologies and services.
The highly-anticipated 2015 NLL Draft, which features one of the deepest draft classes in the 30-year history of the league, is set for Monday, Sept. 28 at Toronto Rock Athletic Centre starting at 7 p.m. ET.