Doug Baldwin Family CombineSaturday, July 14, 2018 in Renton, WA at Renton Memorial Stadium
» $30.00 Registration (through 7/13 at 11:59 PM US/Pacific)
Participants of all ages will test their skills in this day-long, interactive and family friendly event hosted by Doug Baldwin.
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» $5.00 Ticket Purchase (through 7/13 at 11:59 PM US/Pacific)
Spectators will receive access to the stadium and field but will not receive an event shirt or participate in activities. 100% of Spectator ticket fees will be donated to help Doug Baldwin and the City of Renton build the new Family First Community Center in Renton.
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» Registration (through 7/13 at 11:59 PM US/Pacific)
|Doug Baldwin Family Combine|
The 40-yard dash is a sprint covering 40 yards run to evaluate speed and acceleration.
The horizontal jump (historically called the broad jump) combines speed, strength and agility in an attempt to leap as far as possible from a take off point.
The vertical jump is the act of raising ones center of gravity higher in the vertical plane solely with the use of ones own muscles; it is a measure of how high an individual or athlete can elevate off the ground from a standstill.
The 3-cone drill is a test performed to evaluate agility, quickness and fluidity of movement.
Three cones are placed five yards apart from each other forming a right angle. The participant starts with one hand down on the ground and runs to the middle cone and touches it. The participant then reverses direction back to the starting cone and touches it. The participant reverses direction again but this time runs around the outside of the middle cone on the way to the far cone running around it in figure eight fashion on their way back around the outside of the middle cornering cone.
The Gauntlet begins with two initial throws and catches prior to starting the movement portion of the drill. After catching the initial throws, the participant will run across the field catching balls, alternating between each side.
Participants will catch a ball launched by a JUGS machine from the 50-yard line. After gaining possession of the ball, the participant will start their return, avoiding a number of defenders along the way.
The 20-yard shuttle is a test performed to evaluate the quickness and change-of-direction ability.
The name 20-yard shuttle is derived from the total yards that participants travel during the drill. The participant starts at the center cone of 3 cones, each a distance of 5 yards apart. The participant then pushes off their dominant leg in the opposite direction for 5 yards and touches the line. After covering this distance and touching the line as quickly as possible, the participant must reverse and go 10 yards in the opposite direction and again touch the line. Finally, they reverse direction again, ending the drill at the starting point after traveling another 5 yards.
Passing Accuracy Throw
Participants will throw balls from a distance of 5-20 yards (depending on age) through tire rings, each worth a different point value.
Participants will run through a combination of horizontal tire ladders, cone slaloms and free-standing tackling dummies before reaching the endzone.
Starting at the bottom of the Renton Memorial Stadium grandstand stairs, participants will climb the staircase as quickly as possible until they reach the top.
Event Day Schedule
Wave 1 9:00 10:00am
Wave 2 10:30 11:30am
Wave 3 12:00 1:00pm
Wave 4 1:30 2:30pm
Check in will start 45 minutes prior to each wave time at the Renton Memorial Stadium ticket booth. Participants will get their activity card, field wristband and event shirt at this time. Spectator ticket holders will receive a field wristband but no activity bib or event shirt.
Want to be a part of the Doug Baldwin Family Combine and support the City of Renton but not up for the combine? Not a problem! Purchase a Spectator ticket for field and stadium access to take pictures and videos of your friends and family.
Those that purchase a Spectator ticket will only receive access to the field. Spectators will not receive an event shirt or bib or participate in event activities.
Please note the Doug Baldwin Family Combine is not a meet and greet, photo-op or autograph session. All attendees will go through a bag check prior to entering the stadium and will be asked to leave all memorabilia items in their vehicle.
Gear can be checked on the field at the start of each wave. Items will only be accepted in the bags provided by the event and only checked for participants with a valid 2018 Doug Baldwin Family Combine powered by Air Force Reserve bib. The event crew reserves the right to refuse gear check to any participants. Please leave all valuables in your car, the Doug Baldwin Family Combine powered by Air Force Reserve will not be responsible for any gear checked including wallets, keys, cell phones, iPods, etc.
Parking is available in the Renton Memorial Stadium south parking lot; the north parking lot will not be open.
For event-related questions, please click on the Contact the Organizers button on the left-hand side of this page.