The All-Star Weekend is a weekend festival held every October during the middle of the regular season that consists of a variety of football events, exhibitions, and performances culminating in the PNL All-Stars vs. Coaches held at the very end.
PNL Rookie Game
The game was created as part of All-Star weekend in 2014 and was called the East vs. West Game. The rosters were built similarly in number, but were filled out entirely by first year players from the Eastern and Western Conference. They play a full game of football with two 20-minute halves. To spice things up we alter coaches and players. The coach that normally coaches one team during the regular season, will coach a completely different group of kids during the Rookie Game. This year for the 2020 Rookie Game, we will announce captains, and they will draft their teams.
The Senior Bowl is the second all-star game played during All-Star weekend, which showcases the best NFL Draft prospects of those players who will be moving to the older division the following season. First played in 2012 where the league broke up each division to see which division would reign supreme. The format has only two quarterbacks per team that can only play quarterback for one half of the game.
In November 2011, the first PNL Pro Bowl was played. The game brings together the most outstanding players at each position to play what amounts to a competitive scrimmage. The game is now played in October during the middle of the season during All-Star Weekend.
All-Star vs. Coaches Game
PNL's Fastest Man Competition
This event is who can run the fastest 40-yard dash. The league's current fastest player compete. The event, matches eight athletes against each other in a one-on-one race.
Defensive Player Challenge
The defensive player challenge in which members of the AFC and NFC teams are pitted against each other in a series of 25 yard runs one-on-one challenges were an offensive player is up against a select defensive player. The players will go three rounds, and the winner with the most cumulative flags after the third round is crowned champion.
The Quarterback Challenge matches up the leagues eltie signal-callers in an event that tests arm strength, foot speed and accuracy.
All-State Good Hands Wide Receiver Challenge
The competition, in which the players compete for points starts with a receiver at the back of the endzone. Receivers have to sprint and complete a series of different catches in the shortest time possible. At the end of the third round, the player with the most cumulative catches in all rounds is crowned champion.