Q-Camps are a series of combines and teaching clinics operated by American National Combines in support of the continuing search for pro prospects by NFL and XFL teams. Q-Camps serve NFL teams as a supplemental tryout opportunity to gather quality times and measurables to amplify a player’s chances to be invited to a club's facility for further evaluation and contract consideration.
With the recent NFL rule changes which limit NFL team workouts to only eight players per session, it’s important for teams to confirm that players are in shape before extending them invitations to workout at their facility. Participation in Q-Camps confirms for the clubs a player’s fitness level and his athletic conditioning to be able to make it through an NFL practice or game.
Make no mistake, this year more than ever, players are competing against each other for a pro tryout and a shot at a contract. The players who attend Q-Camps will have a distinct competitive edge because their fitness and measurables will be confirmed by David Turner, Q-Camps Director of Player Personnel. Mr. Turner has 18 years of NFL and CFL experience and is trusted by the NFL as an expert player evaluator. Mr. Turner’s quality scouting reports and accurate times are highly valued by NFL team decision makers.
Q-Camps also promotes participating players by sending their combine results, scouting reports, interview videos and Gold Band Video (purchase required) to all 32 NFL teams and posting top performers across all social media platforms. In addition to his reports, Mr. Turner regularly reaches out to teams to discuss top rated Q-Camps players in detail.
One of the most unique components of Q-Camps is our veteran NFL combine staff teach players the most effective way to execute the combine position drills and improve each player’s performance. The tips and techniques they share with Q-Camps players can be the tipping point that triggers an NFL team tryout invitation.
The bottom line is that the quality of Q-Camps scouting reports significantly improves a free agents chance of receiving an NFL team tryout invitation.