The time and energy you devote to your recruiting efforts is a direct investment in the future of your football program. Here at Bellin Health Sports Medicine we understand the difficulty of finding potential collegiate football players. To aid you in this venture, Bellin Sports Medicine invites you to the Bellin Elite Football Combine (BEFC). This event will be held in Green Bay Wisconsin, tentatively at the Don Hutson Center (Green Bay Packers Indoor Training Facility). Student-athletes from Wisconsin, and around the Midwest, are eligible to attend the BEFC. There is NO charge to the college coaches to attend the BEFC. The morning and afternoon sessions include objective testing of all the student-athletes; in a system fashioned after the Professional Football Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, IN. The tests include:

  • 10, 20, and 40 yard dash time 
  • Vertical jump 
  • Bench press maximum repetition test at 155# (quarterbacks, wide receivers, defensive backs, running backs) and at 185# (linebackers, offensive lineman, defensive lineman, tight ends)
  • Sit and reach test
  • 60 yard shuttle run  
  • 5-10-5 drill
  • Standing broad jump
  • Triple jump
  • 3 cone drill 
  • Videotaping of the 10, 20, and 40-yard dash, 60-yard shuttle run, 5-10-5 drill, and 3-cone drill is also performed.

The afternoon session will consist of videotaping position-specific testing. The student-athletes are categorized by position: quarterback, running back, offensive lineman, defensive lineman, defensive back, wide receiver, tight end, and linebackers. We would like to offer you the opportunity to view the student-athletes, in person, at the BEFC. If for some reason you will not be able to attend the BEFC, we make available to you a very valuable recruiting tool, the BEFC Results information, on this website. You will find information on each student-athlete including their photograph, biographical information, Home and School address, height, weight, high school attended, academic information, and their complete testing results. Don't let this golden opportunity to see some of the Midwest's finest high school football players in one place pass you by.

Terry Beeck, Program Director
Bellin Elite Football Combine