The NFL Scouting Combine begins in two weeks and training is in full swing at IMG Academies in Bradenton, Florida. Projected top draft picks enrolled in the program include Texas A&M QB Ryan Tannenhill, Rutgers WR Mohamed Sanu and Wisconsin center Peter Konz.
Players eat, sleep and train on the academy's 400-acre campus in areas such as sports nutrition, hydration, physical conditioning, speed & movement, vision training, mental conditioning and communication. IMG Academies is the world's largest and most advanced multi-sport training and education complex dedicated to developing the "Total Athlete."
Over 20,000 athletes from 100 countries come to to the Bradenton complex annually to be trained in football, baseball, basketball, golf, tennis, lacrosse and soccer. This year, thirty potential draft picks are being trained by the staff to increase their performance levels once the NFL Scouting Combine begins on February 22nd.