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neko4
05-26-2007, 06:51 PM
I feel like its been awhile since we've had (It is past draft season) one so I'll start one up:

Mines kinda funny,

QB/S
Ht: 5-3(1/2) :)
Weight: 120
Age: 15
40: Unknown as of now
Bench: Not anything im proud of
Squat: 150?

Positives: Good accuracy. Not Vick quick, but has good pocket pressence and mobility. Good decision making. Okay mechanics. Can take hits despite size. Can have good touch. Clucth :)

Negatives: Cant throw the ball very far. Needs to put more zip on the ball at times. Height is a problem. Ball can get swatted down. Adjusting to new system. Can rush his throws and decision making and mechanics could break down.

NFL Comparison: Chris Leak

kalbears13
05-26-2007, 06:58 PM
I feel like its been awhile since we've had (It is past draft season) one so I'll start one up:

Mines kinda funny,

QB/S
Ht: 5-3(1/2) :)
Weight: 120
Age: 15
40: Unknown as of now
Bench: Not anything im proud of
Squat: 150?

Positives: Good accuracy. Not Vick quick, but has good pocket pressence and mobility. Good decision making. Okay mechanics. Can take hits despite size. Can have good touch. Clucth :)

Negatives: Cant throw the ball very far. Needs to put more zip on the ball at times. Height is a problem. Ball can get swatted down. Adjusting to new system. Can rush his throws and decision making and mechanics could break down.

Haha that's pretty good. I'm gonna run my 40 soon so I'll find out. How old are you?

fenikz
05-26-2007, 06:59 PM
TE/OLB/S
Ht: 6'3
Weight: 198
Age: 19
40: 4.56
Bench: Max: 360 Reps(225): 18
Squat: 480

Positives: Ability to play multiple positions (ILB,OLB,DE,S,CB,WR,TE,RB,KR/PR) and easily coached, excellent attitude & loves to hit, excellent balance and runs with a low level of gravity, has the frame to get bigger, excellent blitzer, great at jumping the snap

Negatives: Very injury prone, 3 surgerys in 3 years, not the greatest hands sometimes catches with his body, can be overpowered on the line, doesn't have a true position, on offense it seems as if he is looking for contact




...wow im bored

BuckNaked
05-26-2007, 06:59 PM
Haha that's pretty good. I'm gonna run my 40 soon so I'll find out. How old are you?

If you weren't blind you could obviously see the number 15 next to where it says age.

Damix
05-26-2007, 07:03 PM
WR/PR/KR
Ht: 6'
Weight: 150
Age: 19
40: 4.45
Bench: Max: 100? Reps(225): 0?
Squat: Only god knows, probably fairly decent though

Positives: Can make an amazing catch, great athlete, with ideal quickness, vertical leap and speed.

Negatives: Well lets see, drops easy passes, severely frail, often lazy.

elway777
05-26-2007, 07:05 PM
I've gotten fatter and slower since last playing football.

6-1 3/4
201.5 pounds
4.9-5.0 40
Bench Reps:7-9
Squat:embarrasing

Positives:Tenacious tackler and has played every LB spot in a 3-4. Good hands from playing the tight end position. Great special teams gunner.

Negatives:Bad Mobility and below average speed. Tends to take to long to read plays and isn't instinctive. Not very conditioned and gets winded to easy. Offield issues and poor work ethic are also a concern.

princefielder28
05-26-2007, 07:05 PM
QB
Height: 6'1.5"
Weight: 170
Age: 18
40: 4.9
Bench Max: 230
Squat: 350

Positives: Good arm strength, aludes pressure well, good knowledge and vision, can make any throw, coachable

Negative: Not the fastest, relatively raw

kalbears13
05-26-2007, 07:06 PM
If you weren't blind you could obviously see the number 15 next to where it says age.

Sorry, I forgot my cane in the bus I drive.

Hines
05-26-2007, 07:13 PM
Cb
height: 5'6-5'7
weight: 170
40:4.9
age:17
bench max:200 (before i was hurt)
squat: who knows


positives: smart, knows the defence, good hands, decent cover skills

negatives: lack of height, not as physical as you would like, has some technique problems, injury prone, shies away from contact cuz hes afraid of gettin injured, lazy, does get beat deep sometimes, doesnt make great brakes on the ball


ya im pretty bad
haha

diabsoule
05-26-2007, 07:15 PM
DT/OG/OT
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 295
Age: 24
40: 5.2 (I believe)
Bench Max: 255
Squat: 400

Positives: Very quick off the line... Excellent team player who has played on both sides of the ball throughout his career... Very intense... Vocal on the field... Also has experience on special teams... Has seen time at DE... Plays hurt and durable... Solid technician.

Weaknesses: Needs to get stronger... Needs to concentrate on one position... Can take plays off... Needs to keep head on swivel. Better on defense than offense... Killer instinct?

elway777
05-26-2007, 07:19 PM
5.2 is very fast for a 295 pd. person who is not an athlete.

255 bench?

islandboy843
05-26-2007, 07:33 PM
DT/DE/LB/FB
6'2
260-270
18
4.78
Bench:380
Squat:485

Positives: Explosive off the line. Has good technique. Very athletic for his size. More instincts than speed.Very smart and knows the game. Passionate.Good Leader. Good hands and blocking.


Negatives: Needs to to get stronger. Sometimes disappears from the game. Doesnt have a real position. Mean streaks will get him penalties. Too aggresive at times and tries to make the play too mu.ch

diabsoule
05-26-2007, 07:38 PM
5.2 is very fast for a 295 pd. person who is not an athlete.

255 bench?

When I played I was 4th fastest on the team, and just recently barely lost to someone who weighs 100 lbs less than I do.

I was never that strong in the weight room. Plus, I'm a former athlete, I played basketball as well.

fenikz
05-26-2007, 07:40 PM
DT/DE/LB/FB
6'2
260-270
18
4.78
Bench:380
Squat:485

Positives: Explosive off the line. Has good technique. Very athletic for his size. More instincts than speed.Very smart and knows the game. Passionate.Good Leader.


Negatives: Needs to to get stronger. Sometimes disappears from the game. Doesnt have a real position. Mean streaks will get him penalties. Too aggresive at times and tries to make the play too mu.ch


do you play college ball?

princefielder28
05-26-2007, 07:40 PM
When I played I was 4th fastest on the team, and just recently barely lost to someone who weighs 100 lbs less than I do.

I was never that strong in the weight room. Plus, I'm a former athlete, I played basketball as well.

With strength I'm pretty happy being able to bench 135% of my body weight

sweetness34
05-26-2007, 07:40 PM
QB
Height: 6'1.5"
Weight: 170
Age: 18
40: 4.9
Bench Max: 230
Squat: 350

Positives: Good arm strength, aludes pressure well, good knowledge and vision, can make any throw, coachable

Negative: Not the fastest, relatively raw

Height: 5'11"
Weight: 165
Age: 19
40: 4.6 (recently tested this spring so it's accurate)
Bench Max: 185
Squat: 450 (I'm a soccer player keep in mind and I do a bunch of squats)

Positives: Strong arm, quick, good athlete, tough to bring down, good decision maker, good leader, competative, hard worker. Quick learner.

Negatives: Size, durability may be a concern (I have bad knees and a bad back), inexperience, tend to get down on myself (I don't have a short memory for mistakes).

Comparison: Doug Flutie (more athletic)

islandboy843
05-26-2007, 07:42 PM
do you play college ball?

I will. I am graduating this tuesday from high school.

princefielder28
05-26-2007, 07:42 PM
I have an idea along with this. When somebody posts their stuff and positives and negatives give an NFL comparison

fenikz
05-26-2007, 07:43 PM
I will. I am graduating this tuesday from high school.


nice where did you get offers from?

bantx
05-26-2007, 07:44 PM
lb/fb

height:5'7 on a good day
weight:205
age:17
40:4.95
bench:265
squat410

Wootylicous
05-26-2007, 07:46 PM
S/LB
Ht: 6-2
Weight: 200
Age: 18
40: 4.59
Bench: Max Reps : 23 of 225
Squat: don't know

Positives:Explosive , Has good technique , Leader of the defense, Good in run support and coverage, huge hitter, Decent speed

Negatives: Needs to to get stronger and sometimes just dissapear of the game

islandboy843
05-26-2007, 07:48 PM
nice where did you get offers from?

Clemson, Furman, UNC, Georgia, Wake Forest some others

But I am going to JC so I can get stronger and more technique.

princefielder28
05-26-2007, 07:52 PM
Clemson, Furman, UNC, Georgia, Wake Forest some others

But I am going to JC so I can get stronger and more technique.

That is an impressive list; JC is a good choice.

islandboy843
05-26-2007, 07:57 PM
That is an impressive list; JC is a good choice.

Thanks man. I also have a mean streak on the field.

I've had 7 flags for hitting the Qb too late.

jkpigskin
05-26-2007, 08:02 PM
everybody who sees me play football for fun says i could play football if i was bigger

Saftey/Corner
Ht: 5-11
Weight: 155
Age: 18
40: 4.8?
Bench: meh
Squat: meh

Positives: In terms of football smarts and awareness goes, he is top notch. Can see a play forming and gets good jumps on passes. Is a playmaker with the ball in his hands. He won't run away from many people, but he has unbelievable cutting ability and can make plays with the ball in his hands. Not the fastest but makes up for it with his quick reads.

Negatives: Not very fast and if beat, wont catch the reciever. Will be over aggresive at times, jumping routes when he shouldnt be. Isnt the greatest tackler and can be run over. Needs to hit the weight room so he isnt pushed around.

Overview: Definatly has the intangiables to play but physical abilities are in question.


hehe that was fun, that would be my scouting report

islandboy843
05-26-2007, 08:06 PM
I wish I had longer arms though. I would be a beast then.

kalbears13
05-26-2007, 08:08 PM
We should make a draft out of this. haha.

WR
Height: 6'1/2"
Weight: 160
Age:17
40:5.1
Bench:195
Squat:305

Pros:Amazing hands and catches everything...On the taller side...Long arms and big hands...Adjusts well to balls...Will go over middle...Works hard on field...Can get off cleanly on bump with corners...Smart...Runs great routes...Solid blocker...Can throw the ball pretty well...doesn't get injured.

Cons: Not a lot of stats...Very slow timed speed...Below average to average quickness and agility...Very skinny...Tallish but doesn't have good jumping ability...Doesn't have good bursts of speed due to ankle inflexility...has trouble getting off the ball against a linebacker...hasn't had good play by quarterback earlier in career...switched to Receiver from Offensive guard two years ago...needs to hit the weights and bulk up.

Notes: Shoulder problems during baseball season held him back from lifting during offseason...Ankles can't dorsiflex much so he is slow but can fix it by stretching. Can be decent if he stretches his ankles.

BigJohn98
05-26-2007, 08:17 PM
Yeah: Soph heading into Junior season
WR/Corner
Height- 5'11
Weight- 140
Bench Max- 155 lbs
Squat- 150 lbs
40- 4.75-4.8

Positives- Good hands, will go over the middle, good in coverage, good at blocking.

Negatives- Slips while running comeback routes, lacks elite speed. Needs to get stronger and faster.

BufFan71
05-26-2007, 08:21 PM
(sophmore heading into junior season)
OG/C
Ht: 5'10
Weight: 242
Age: 16
40: 5.3
Bench: 260
Squat: 405
Shuttle: 4.91

Positives: Very Durable, team player. Very coachable, versatile, plays both guards, center and some DT. Leads by example. Hard worker, always striving to be the best. Mobile, can pull block, more of a run blocker, gets a good drive, already has 2 years of varsity exp.

Negatives: Needs to get taller, and get longer arms. Needs to get a little stronger. Also needs to get faster and possibly shed some extra weight. Only average at pass blocking, needs to be more agressive, and not much of a "rah rah" type player

Compares to: Josh Beekman, small, but sound in the run game Loves the game and is committed to it...Is durable and experienced
Footwork needs refinement...Isn't real powerful or dominant



well i think thats it

kalbears13
05-26-2007, 08:22 PM
Negatives- Slips while running comeback routes

Maybe you should get some new cleats

Vince Lombardi
05-26-2007, 08:23 PM
I would post mine but my dad keeps track of all of my stats. Don't worry though, you will be seeing me in the NFL in the future. ;) wink wink nod nod

neko4
05-26-2007, 08:23 PM
Clemson, Furman, UNC, Georgia, Wake Forest some others

But I am going to JC so I can get stronger and more technique.

I have a friend going to JC, which one are you going to? I only ask this because he was getting offers to similar schools

Also I have I been the youngest guy to post in this?

BigJohn98
05-26-2007, 08:24 PM
Maybe you should get some new cleats


I'm trying to order some, but they're gone before I get a chance to.:mad:

jkpigskin
05-26-2007, 08:25 PM
I'm trying to order some, but they're gone before I get a chance to.:mad:

also, maybe dont make too hard of a cut ;)
thought new cleats will make a world of a difference

M.O.T.H.
05-26-2007, 08:30 PM
RB
Ht: 5'11
Weight: 197
Age: 19
40: 4.54 (about a month and a half ago...)
vertical: (31 inches, once again about a month and a half ago)
bench: 275
squat: Havent squated in a long time... I dont think my ankle could handle it right now.


Positives: great hands out of the backfield, loves contact, good agility, good balance, experienced three year starter, good break away speed, has experience at multiple positions... QB, LB, CB, can be a return man.

Negatives: Doesnt wait for blockers, may have some trouble turning the corner, runs too upright/vertical, blocking is only average, history of injuries, cutback ability needs work.

BigJohn98
05-26-2007, 08:30 PM
also, maybe dont make too hard of a cut ;)
thought new cleats will make a world of a difference

I wasn't cutting too hard. Coach told me I wasn't breaking down far enough. I'll have to work on it when we run 7 on 7s this summer.

neko4
05-26-2007, 08:31 PM
RB
Ht: 5'11
Weight: 197
Age: 19
40: 4.54 (about a month and a half ago...)
vertical: (31 inches, once again about a month and a half ago)
bench: 275
squat: Havent squated in a long time... I dont think my ankle could handle it right now.


Positives: great hands out of the backfield, loves contact, good agility, good balance, experienced three year starter, good break away speed, has experience at multiple positions... QB, LB, CB, can be a return man.

Negatives: Doesnt wait for blockers, may have some trouble turning the corner, runs too upright/vertical, blocking is only average, history of injuries, cutback ability needs work.

Where do you play?

draftguru151
05-26-2007, 08:32 PM
OC/OT
Height- 5117
Weight- 230
Max Bench:320
Bench Reps: 16
Squat Max: 495
40 time: 5.4
20 yard shuttle: 4.95
Vertical: 27.5
Broad jump: 8'2"
Positives: Master technician, explosive player that plays with a good base, very smart player and can make all the calls, versatile and can play both tackle spots as well as center and long snapper, good upper body strength, quick kick step, long arms, great locker room personality, lives in the weight room.
Negatives: Lacks ideal size, small lower body, lacks ability to get outside on sweeps, not a vocal leader, hasn't always shown that killer instinct, major injury history, potential?

islandboy843
05-26-2007, 08:34 PM
I have a friend going to JC, which one are you going to? I only ask this because he was getting offers to similar schools

Also I have I been the youngest guy to post in this?

SouthWest Mississippi Community College

neko4
05-26-2007, 08:38 PM
SouthWest Mississippi Community College

oh alrite n/v

islandboy843
05-26-2007, 08:44 PM
oh alrite n/v

Which one is he going to?

critesy
05-26-2007, 08:46 PM
Name: Shawn Crites
Position: CB/S
Age: 17 (going into senior year HS)
Height- 5081
Weight- 155
Max Bench: 165
Bench Reps: 4 (of 165)
40 time: 4.66 (against the wind, on grass)
100m: 11.51 (against wind on track)
20 yard shuttle: 4.41
Broad jump: 9'4
Positives: Very quick and fast... great in man coverage... can be a force in the run game... physical on the line...

Negatives: Not typical height... not typical weight... technique is raw, room to improve... lazy attitude... struggles a bit in zone.. strength is lacking just a bit...

NFL Comparison: Darrent Williams (RIP)

KILLERSANTA
05-26-2007, 08:47 PM
WR/RB
Height: 6'
Weight: 180
Age: 18
40: N/A
Bench: 225
Squat: 325


Strengths:
Excellent hands and will snatch the ball out of the air...Makes a lot of spectacular grabs...A phenomenal leaper...Exceptional body control to adjust to poorly thrown balls.....A long-strider with very good speed for his size and the ability to separate...Very effective as a blocker....Is extremely quick with a tremendous burst...A playmaker who is a threat to take it the distance every time he touches the ball...A dangerous weapon on reverses and screens...


Weaknesses:
Doesn't have the timed speed you look for.....Could be in better Shape....Has to refine his route running



NFL Comparison: Patrick Crayton

skinzzfan25
05-26-2007, 08:48 PM
WR/DB
Ht: 5-8
Weight: 148
Age: 15
40: 4.85 as of last year :\ probably still the same lol
Bench: 145
Squat: 210

Positives: Nice hands, runs crisp routes, can block when needed. Decent at a jump ball.

Negatives: Lacks initial burst, can disappear at times, tries too many arm tackles (they work most of the time though LOL)

M.O.T.H.
05-26-2007, 08:48 PM
Where do you play?

I broke a growth plate in my knee and partially tore ligaments in my ankle in the beginning of my senior year... so that ended that... recovery took longer than expected, I wasnt gonna be ready for college. So, the only offer i had was taken back... and instead of going to a "lesser school" I decided to go straight into work and buy myself a new car...haha. Anyway, i started working out again to get ready for next season and i ended up breaking my ankle...(I have a boot on right now). So, once again... I have an f'ing long recovery period and have no idea what I'm going to be doing in this upcoming year. If i do play any where in the upcoming future... it's looking like it's gonna be D-III... ugh. Not a big step above the high school level... oh well, i'm not giving up...

Beans
05-26-2007, 08:49 PM
Position: WR/TE/CB/LB/S
Height: 6'1"-ish
Weight: 200
Age: 16

Positives: Can truck, difficult to bring down on first contact. Can make hard runs and will not go down easily. Ball hawk. Can make nice catches.

Negatives: Very poor stamina. Will avoid and back off from hard hits. Easy to beat in coverage. Poor tackling mechanics. Not very fast.

...Or does backyard football not count?

M.O.T.H.
05-26-2007, 08:49 PM
WR/RB
Height: 6'
Weight: 180
Age: 18
40: N/A
Bench: 225
Squat: 325


Strengths:
Excellent hands and will snatch the ball out of the air...Makes a lot of spectacular grabs...A phenomenal leaper...Exceptional body control to adjust to poorly thrown balls.....A long-strider with very good speed for his size and the ability to separate...Very effective as a blocker....Is extremely quick with a tremendous burst...A playmaker who is a threat to take it the distance every time he touches the ball...A dangerous weapon on reverses and screens...


Weaknesses:
Doesn't have the timed speed you look for.....Could be in better Shape....Has to refine his route running



NFL Comparison: Patrick Crayton

Yeah Patrick Crayton...

gbpackers0065
05-26-2007, 08:51 PM
island boy what state are you in?

KILLERSANTA
05-26-2007, 08:51 PM
WR/DB
Ht: 5-8
Weight: 148
Age: 15
40: 4.85 as of last year :\ probably still the same lol
Bench: 145
Squat: 210

Positives: Nice hands, runs crisp routes, can block when needed. Decent at a jump ball.

Negatives: Lacks initial burst, can disappear at times, tries too many arm tackles (they work most of the time though LOL)

When i played CB/SS i did the same thing....But my coach didn't care, Because i made the tackles... :)

neko4
05-26-2007, 08:51 PM
Which one is he going to?

I cant remeber but its not in Mississippi, If I heard the name I'd remeber

KILLERSANTA
05-26-2007, 08:52 PM
Yeah Patrick Crayton...
Yup ;)
................

skinzzfan25
05-26-2007, 08:52 PM
Yeah, but I usually miss and look stupid :D

islandboy843
05-26-2007, 08:53 PM
island boy what state are you in?

South Carolina

KILLERSANTA
05-26-2007, 08:53 PM
Yeah, but I usually miss and look stupid :D

haha......Atleast you know you looked stupid.... ;)

neko4
05-26-2007, 08:54 PM
I broke a growth plate in my knee and partially tore ligaments in my ankle in the beginning of my senior year... so that ended that... recovery took longer than expected, I wasnt gonna be ready for college. So, the only offer i had was taken back... and instead of going to a "lesser school" I decided to go straight into work and buy myself a new car...haha. Anyway, i started working out again to get ready for next season and i ended up breaking my ankle...(I have a boot on right now). So, once again... I have an f'ing long recovery period and have no idea what I'm going to be doing in this upcoming year. If i do play any where in the upcoming future... it's looking like it's gonna be D-III... ugh. Not a big step above the high school level... oh well, i'm not giving up...

Well good luck. I realize it may end up being D-III for me if im lucky. (I am in one of the top recrutied areas though) But Ive always thought that football was football even if it was small like D-III

KILLERSANTA
05-26-2007, 08:55 PM
Anyone have a list of colleges with a football team(in michigan)...I want to play again so badly!!!! I'm going to NMC (no Football team) for 1 year....Then i want to walk on...I just need a list of schools with a football team....

skinzzfan25
05-26-2007, 08:55 PM
haha......Atleast you know you looked stupid.... ;)

Yeah lol, I usually just come in on 3-4 WR sets (more frequent than you think) and special teams. But whatever, it's fun.

neko4
05-26-2007, 08:57 PM
Anyone have a list of colleges with a football team(in michigan)...I want to play again so badly!!!! I'm going to NMC (no Football team) for 1 year....Then i want to walk on...I just need a list of schools with a football team....

Also does anyone have a list of teams in DC? or North VA? or South Maryland?

KILLERSANTA
05-26-2007, 08:57 PM
Yeah lol, I usually just come in on 3-4 WR sets (more frequent than you think) and special teams. But whatever, it's fun.

As long as you play :)

neko4
05-26-2007, 09:00 PM
Wow this thread is the reason for the creation of 3 others
hurray for me!

skinzzfan25
05-26-2007, 09:03 PM
I'm gonna go make an All NFLDC Curling team thread....

brb

;)

islandboy843
05-26-2007, 09:04 PM
Wow this thread is the reason for the creation of 3 others
hurray for me!

Yeah it is. But i had to come through with making of them.

jballa838
05-26-2007, 09:04 PM
I'm gonna go make an All NFLDC Curling team thread....

brb

;)

i call left sweeper!!

neko4
05-26-2007, 09:05 PM
i call left sweeper!!

tch w/e. I was 2nd All District in my town at Left

skinzzfan25
05-26-2007, 09:07 PM
Wow lol, I was just kidding about it. But you can make it if you want lol.

islandboy843
05-26-2007, 09:08 PM
+rep for me and Neko for making these up and stoping boredness.

neko4
05-26-2007, 09:09 PM
Wow lol, I was just kidding about it. But you can make it if you want lol.

I was just messn too, it'll get locked

someone447
05-26-2007, 09:13 PM
Position: Safety
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 185
Age: 20
40: 4.5-4.55
3 cone: 6.92
20 yard shuttle: 4.19
Bench: 8 reps of 225(I got really sick and didn't work out for a while, it will be up to 14+ again when I go to play after the summer)

Positives: Great nose for the ball, good hands, sure tackler, fluid hips, has a decent burst.

Negatives: Lacks ideal size, lacks ideal speed, rarely has the big hits to make receivers fear coming over the middle

neko4
05-26-2007, 09:14 PM
Position: Safety
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 185
Age: 20
40: 4.5-4.55
3 cone: 6.92
20 yard shuttle: 4.19
Bench: 8 reps of 225(I got really sick and didn't work out for a while, it will be up to 14+ again when I go to play after the summer)

Positives: Great nose for the ball, good hands, sure tackler, fluid hips, has a decent burst.

Negatives: Lacks ideal size, lacks ideal speed, rarely has the big hits to make receivers fear coming over the middle
Put him on the team!
Ive seen a vid of him!

BuckNaked
05-26-2007, 09:24 PM
Position: WR/TE
Height: 6'2
Weight: 165
Age: 15
40: 4.9
Bench: 175

Positives: Very good and reliable hands, good speed, can go out there and block and great height

Negatives: Doesn't have the highest vertical

fenikz
05-26-2007, 09:52 PM
for my brother:

Its all about the U

Position: WR
Height: 6'1
Weight: 170
Age: 16
40: 4.46
20 yard shuttle: 4.08
Bench: 9(225)
Squat: 345
Vertical: 34"

Positives: Runs great routes & has great hands, extremely quick off the line, has excellent body control & will get the ball at its highest point

Negatives: lacks commitment to the team, and doesn't show up in the weight room, needs to get his ass in gear if he wants to accomplish anything, not a team leader

Pro Comparison: Randy Moss

KILLERSANTA
05-26-2007, 09:55 PM
for my brother:

Its all about the U

Position: WR
Height: 6'1
Weight: 170
Age: 16
40: 4.46
20 yard shuttle: 4.08
Bench: 9(225)
Squat: 345
Vertical: 34"

Positives: Runs great routes & has great hands, extremely quick off the line, has excellent body control & will get the ball at its highest point

Negatives: lacks commitment to the team, and doesn't show up in the weight room, needs to get his ass in gear if he wants to accomplish anything, not a team leader

Pro Comparison: Randy Moss

Didn't even think of that...You can add Team Leader to my Positives.......

Don Vito
05-26-2007, 09:58 PM
Don Vito

6-2
180
18 years old
40 time-4.8
HS Positions-LB, TE

Positives: Decent size, OK athlete, biggest strength is leaping. Decent hands.

Negatives: Not very fast. Could add more bulk for his position. Hasn't played against a high level of competition.

neko4
05-26-2007, 09:59 PM
Didn't even think of that...You can add Team Leader to my Positives.......

In that case I get alot of respect just for showing up...im the smallest on the team

Billingsley26
05-26-2007, 11:01 PM
Bilingsley26
Year: Senior
Age: 18
Position: LB
Height: 6'2 1/2
Weight: 225
40: 4.65
Bench: 225 Reps- 13
Squat: 420

Positives: Good size, good quickness. Above average hands. Great leader. Can play all 3 linebacker positions. Sure tackler. Sideline to sideline player. Great in coverage.

Negatives: Plays slower than he is, doesnt make the rattling hits, sometimes catches the ball carrier. Blitzes on a b-line, takes on blocks too high at times.

'cuse-213
05-26-2007, 11:14 PM
(Sophmore to Junior season)

Position: CB/S
Height: 5'8''
Weight: 155
Age: 16
40: 4.69
20 yard shuttle: 4.18
Bench: 220
Squat: 315
Vertical: 27"

Positives: Team Leader, Very Tough, aggressive player who will hit you in the mouth. Decent speed. Good build, decent measurables. Good footwork. Good pass coverage. Smart, thinks on his feet. Times jumps well. Determined/committed. Good competition.

Negatives: Size. Not elite timed speed. Doesnt wrap up all tackles. Somewhat stiff hips. Never been injured but does hang with little nags. Gets in fights on the field.

Pro Comparison: Bob Sanders. Litlle scrappy player who will knock you out.

RoyHall#1
05-26-2007, 11:19 PM
Pro comparison - Martin Gramatica

neko4
05-26-2007, 11:22 PM
Go here after being in scout thread
http://www.nfldraftcountdown.com/forum/showthread.php?t=9823

22,895
05-26-2007, 11:28 PM
Fresh. to Soph.
Wide Receiver Cornerback
Age:15
Height:5'8
Weight:150
40:4.45
Bench:190
Squat:290

Positive: Amazing Hands A+, Gamebreaker, Playmaker, Very fast and leaps high (for a white dude ;) Future Greatest Wide Receiver of All-Time!

A lot of people compare me to Steve Smith (Carolina Panthers)

etk
05-27-2007, 09:46 AM
Position: OLB/SS
Age: 16
Height: 6'1
Weight: 180
40: around 4.55

Summary: Experienced and smart player with great technique and field awareness. Very instinctive and makes plays all over the field. Great game speed when chasing down ballcarriers and blitzing. Undersized but plays big with surprising strength. Good in coverage, has ability to flip hips and roam in zone coverage. Good hands with decent leaping ability. Solid tackler and can lay the big hit. Makes the outstanding play or open-field tackle but misses the easy ones occasionally. Good leader on and off the field. Biggest weakness is probably taking on lead blockers. Has trouble disengaging blockers and is inexperienced in that department. Tries to avoid blocks too often which can be bad at times.

Note: Plays 12-man Canadian football and will have to adjust to American game. Played hybrid LB/S position.

Freddy G
05-27-2007, 10:10 AM
I play soccer.

Height: 6'3
Weight: 174
Age: 17
40: 4.68 last i was timed, but i have good top end, it just takes too long to get there
Bench: 190
Squat: 465
Vertical: 36"

I play all over on the soccer field, i am really good on set pieces and beating the offside trap.

As for football, i played S/WR/K

Pos: Good instincts and likes contact, Good ball skills and solid range. Can handle the slot guy as long as he isn't sub 4.5 lol. Great hands and never lets the ball into his body, willing blocker, can get deep.

Negatives: Not very quick, on the scrawny side, not a great work ethic and can become lacadaisical. Often looks for the big hit rather than using good technique.

Notes: Solid overall athlete with a frame to get bigger. Will never be a star, but has some skill to work with.

BufFan71
05-27-2007, 10:26 AM
(sophmore heading into junior season)
OG/C
Ht: 5'10
Weight: 245
Age: 16
40: 5.3
Bench: 260
Squat: 405
Shuttle: 4.91

Positives: Very Durable, team player. Very coachable, versatile, plays both guards, center and some DT. Leads by example. Hard worker, always striving to be the best. Mobile, can pull block, more of a run blocker, gets a good drive, already has 2 years of varsity exp. A player who doesnt do anything great but does everything good.

Negatives: Needs to get taller, and get longer arms. Needs to get a little stronger. Also needs to get faster and possibly shed some extra weight. Only average at pass blocking, needs to be more agressive, and not much of a "rah rah" type player.

Compares to: Josh Beekman, small, but sound in the run game Loves the game and is committed to it...Is durable and experienced
Footwork needs refinement...Isn't real powerful or dominant

Addict
05-27-2007, 11:01 AM
I used to play soccer, so I'll make a scout report from a few years ago, say the 17 year old me.

height: 5'11''
weight: 135 lbs
Age: 17
40, squat and bench - unknown

the good:
smart player with good vision and speed, technique allows him to outplay opponents, while he can also blaze past them, very good offensive instincts and always finds the open man, can also take free kicks and corners, posesses a good, accurate shot.

the bad:
isn't a big player by any means, will get run over by bigger adversaries, doesn't have the stamina to play 100% all game long, tackling and defensive instincts need work, will get beaten in the air and sometimes loses his temper and take stupid penalties and cards.

notes: also played goalkeeper for some time when he was younger, can play with both legs, although the left is clearly dominant, best suited for the attacking midfielder position, but can also be used on the wings. Topscorer for the team for three straight seasons. Has had some problems with his ankles and knees in the past.


I was actually pretty good, I was selected for AFC Ajax on two seperate occasions (never made the team though). Anyways, I quit when I turned 18... mainly because schoolwork started to pile up every year and my legs just weren't up for the job anymore.
Since I started to smoke, the stamina-thing just got worse.

UKfan
05-27-2007, 11:14 AM
OG/DT
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 280
Age: 21
40: 4.9
Bench Max: 270
Squat: 430

Positives: Very quick for my size, former 100m sprinter for College. Explosive and very aggressive. Excellent technique, able to get after the QB as a DT and able to get to the next level blocking as an OG. Willing to learn and dedicated in the gym, a born leader who became a team captain in rookie season.

Negatives: Injury prone, just recovered from knee surgery to repair a seperated patella tendon. Slightly undersized for the position. Untested against top competition, having only been dominant in the BCAFL leagues in the UK.

Compares to:
Warren Sapp DT: 7 sacks in 8 games at DT

Logan Mankins OG: A human fistfight in the middle of the line

Jonathan_VIlma
05-27-2007, 11:19 AM
TE/ILB (converted from d-end)
Height: 5'9"
Weight: 201
Age: 15
Bench: 205
Squat: 350
13 catches, 258 yards, 20 tackles, 3 sacks (from strongside end)

TACKLE
05-27-2007, 12:51 PM
OT

Ht: 6'4
Weight: 245
Age: 15
40: N/A
vertical: N/A
bench: 205
squat: 350

Positives: Great size, a frame to get bigger, great football intellegence, smart, aggresive, physical, plays with a nasty streak, Good technique, lots of starting experience, excels in the run game, hard worker, great leader, plays stronger than measurables.

Negatives: Needs to improve as an athlete, work on foot speed, needs to get stronger.

NFL Comparison: Jon Runyan

bearfan
05-27-2007, 01:30 PM
DT
height: 5'7 1/2
weight: 135
40:N/A
age:16
bench max:130
squat: N/A


positives: smart. Big. Strong. Everything you look for in a DT

negatives: maybe too good for this position.

M.O.T.H.
05-27-2007, 01:33 PM
your a 135 pound DT?

Why not switch positions?

Wootylicous
05-27-2007, 01:36 PM
I hope its 235 cause 135 is not really big

Modano
05-27-2007, 01:36 PM
I play in the Italian U21 (under 21 years) league, so sizes of player are WAY smaller. And in the italian league only a small amount of players really knows what football is, the 80% of them plays only because they like the idea of hitting other people, but they don't know basically nothing about the game. Just to give you an idea, I know more about football than the majority of the coaches... Sometimes it's frustrating, you hear calling a fumble, FUN BALL!

Position: OLB/WR
Age: 21
Height: 5-10
Weight: 170
Bench Press Max: 230
Squat Max: 400
40: 4.55

Positives: Blessed with amazing speed... great body with long arms and powerful legs... Good pass rusher and uses his speed to run past OL... great work ethic...knows the game well and can recognize plays... he's a natural leader and a mentor for younger guys... Runs good routes and can create after the catch... won't go down on the first contact (because opposites rarely can tackle well)...

Negatives: His speed doesn't always transfer to the football field... inconsistant tackler, can take a QB down but suffer big RBs that run right into him... Doesn't have a great amount of moves to go past OL, and tend to rely only on his combination of strenght and speed... Needs to work on technic.. Inconsistant in general, could make a play and then disappear for a quarter... Has big hands and make some tough catches but seems to drop the easy ones... Play in a league with an awful level of competition... Too cocky and doesn't always hear at what his coach says...

Notes: Played five-a-side soccer in the U21 league, had a couple of presences in the major five-a-side league, but didn't play... Was scouted for the national team but give up on soccer... it's not the type of player who stuck to a game for more than 3-4 years and his football career won't probably continue when is elegibility for the U21 will be over...

remix 6
05-27-2007, 01:44 PM
Fresh. to Soph.
Wide Receiver Cornerback
Age:15
Height:5'8
Weight:150
40:4.45
Bench:190
Squat:290

Positive: Amazing Hands A+, Gamebreaker, Playmaker, Very fast and leaps high (for a white dude ;) Future Greatest Wide Receiver of All-Time!

A lot of people compare me to Steve Smith (Carolina Panthers)

i call BS.
a white dude..running a 4.45 as a soon to be Sophomore in HS

i would believe it if you were older but a 15 yr old running a 4.45 especially for a white kid(no racism intended) is rare.

i wonder how many of you guys actually timed yourself..im seeing a lot of 4.4-4.6 and although u might say 4.6 isnt that fast from a fan perspective..its actually a lot harder to get 4.6 than you might guess.

draftguru151
05-27-2007, 01:48 PM
The lack of DeltaForce and KMH references are disappointing.

bearfan
05-27-2007, 01:51 PM
135 bruthas. Why not switch? I go right under the tackles legs. I made up the move "Splitting the Difference". And right now I have gotten letters from Florida, and Maryland along w/ some small schools to play football for them

M.O.T.H.
05-27-2007, 01:52 PM
That's a good one.

22,895
05-27-2007, 02:00 PM
i call BS.
a white dude..running a 4.45 as a soon to be Sophomore in HS

i would believe it if you were older but a 15 yr old running a 4.45 especially for a white kid(no racism intended) is rare.

i wonder how many of you guys actually timed yourself..im seeing a lot of 4.4-4.6 and although u might say 4.6 isnt that fast from a fan perspective..its actually a lot harder to get 4.6 than you might guess.

Doesn't matter to me if you believe it or not. Your gonna see me playing at USC in 2010 anyway and in the NFL in 2014 where I will start my quest. If you want to fly over here to Arizona and time my 40 do it. It will be 4.4-4.5.

BufFan71
05-27-2007, 02:01 PM
we had a freshmen white kid run a 4.43 at our school, (coach had him run once he told him wat he thought he could run)
too bad he moved....went to our rival school, that we aniahalate every year

bearfan
05-27-2007, 02:01 PM
I know lol. I had you guys going haha.

Real one


Position: RB
Age:16
Height:5'7 1/2
Weight:135
40:N/A
Bench:weaK
Squat:not a lot

Positive: Fast, Quick, great hands, doesnt fumble. Plays bigger than listed, runs with power, and speed. Great vision

Negative: Size. Dedication. Doesnt play FB anymore :p

BufFan71
05-27-2007, 02:02 PM
u might wanna add on some weight and strength if u wanna play for USC
referring to "22,895"

hornybastard
05-27-2007, 02:13 PM
Age:19
Height:5'8
Weight:213
40: prob 5.9 lol.

pros: smart.
cons: NOT ATHLETIC!

position probably asst. Coach.

neko4
05-27-2007, 02:27 PM
i call BS.
a white dude..running a 4.45 as a soon to be Sophomore in HS

i would believe it if you were older but a 15 yr old running a 4.45 especially for a white kid(no racism intended) is rare.

i wonder how many of you guys actually timed yourself..im seeing a lot of 4.4-4.6 and although u might say 4.6 isnt that fast from a fan perspective..its actually a lot harder to get 4.6 than you might guess.

It is hard and HS it is alot

DorianSmith
05-27-2007, 03:02 PM
ME:

DE/LB
Ht:5'11
WT:160
Age:middle School
40: Unknown
Bench:idk
Squat:idk

remix 6
05-27-2007, 03:04 PM
ME:

DE/LB
Ht:5'11
WT:160
Age:middle School
40: Unknown
Bench:idk
Squat:idk

damn. i want u on my team. all i know is your 5"11 160 DE/LB :p

give us some pros and cons

JeffSamardzijaIRISH
05-27-2007, 03:16 PM
WR

Ht: 5'11
Wt: 130
40: 4.7-5.0
Bench: Dunno
Vertical: 25-30

Analysis: Speedy burner with great hands. Has the elusiveness of Vick, and breaks tackles liek crazy. Has good moves like Julio Jones and Emmanuel Moody. Can make the acrobatic catch. Soon to be a high school freshman but wont play on the team cause of soccer.

ATLDirtyBirds
05-27-2007, 03:39 PM
Don't know my measurables as of right now. But:

Position: DE/LB

Pros: Great pass rusher(Healthy John Abraham like) long arms, good game speed, mean streak, swat alot of balls down at the line.

Cons: Will sometimes take off/not try as hard on running plays. Never had a major injury but will get nagging injuries through-out the game.

nobodyinparticular
05-27-2007, 03:48 PM
WR/PR/KR
Ht: 6'
Weight: 150
Age: 19
40: 4.45
Bench: Max: 100? Reps(225): 0?
Squat: Only god knows, probably fairly decent though

Positives: Can make an amazing catch, great athlete, with ideal quickness, vertical leap and speed.

Negatives: Well lets see, drops easy passes, severely frail, often lazy.

Your height/speed combination is eerily similar to mine. Here's my report:

WR/OLB
Ht: 6'1"
wt: 175 lbs
Age: 19
40: 4.45

Positives: Good speed, can make defenders miss. Can outjump most defenders. Plays bigger than his size due to his background in wrestling, loves to take hits and dish them out. A great stiff arm. Great at finding the soft spot in the zone.

Negatives: Very injury prone--3 surgeries on his shoulders and wrist. Also tore his hip flexor running track in high school. With his physical style of play one wonders how long he would last going up against larger players. Even with his good speed, can have trouble getting open deep at times. Can drop the easy ball.

HoopsDemon12
05-27-2007, 03:56 PM
FB/HB/OG/OT/TE/DE/DT/OLB/MLB
age: 17
Hieght: 6'3
Weight: 220
40 yard dash: 4.75
Veticle Jump: 38
Bench Press: 4 reps(225)
squat... no idea

Strengths: Runs with good power and seeks contact. Has very good hands for a FB and a very good vertical leap. Athletic but raw at every postisition. Realize on his size to much while blocking. Has an extreme mean streak and is intence and almost violent while ont he football field. Looking to take off the runners head every play, but a solid tackler

Weakness: Over intensity, tends to get involved with blockers and will miss a few tackles while head hunting. Injury concerns with 12 concussions. will over run the play at times. Looks like he compltely ignores play action and will seek to destroy the Qb

elway777
05-27-2007, 04:00 PM
Nobody here runs a 4.45. period

remix 6
05-27-2007, 04:25 PM
Nobody here runs a 4.45. period

besides Scott.

islandboy843
05-27-2007, 04:31 PM
Nobody here runs a 4.45. period


I do


Oh you are talking about a 40.


nevermind

fenikz
05-27-2007, 04:35 PM
Doesn't matter to me if you believe it or not. Your gonna see me playing at USC in 2010 anyway and in the NFL in 2014 where I will start my quest. If you want to fly over here to Arizona and time my 40 do it. It will be 4.4-4.5.

what school do you play for?


i think this started off realistic & now people are just putting down some all american ****

Scotty D
05-27-2007, 04:37 PM
Hockey
Age = 18
WT = 215
HT = 5'8
Position - Center
Pros - Great Instincts, Natural passer, built like a tank hard to bring down,
Cons - Doesnt have break away speed, low endurance, slow wrist shot

Space Ghost
05-27-2007, 04:40 PM
FB/LB
age: 17
Hieght: 5'8
Weight: 175
40 yard dash: 4.65
Veticle Jump: 26"
Bench Press: 215
Squat: 480

Strengths: Has a crazy stiff arm. Tackling form is A+. Runs into contact and never waits for it. Uses the spin move to perfection. Not afraid of anyone. Eat Flutie Flakes. He can cook a mean Jamaican Pattie.

Weakness: Have no ups at all. Is short. Can only catch rugby balls. Smokes too much reefer and drinks too much. Doesn't go to practices. Prefers rugby to football and only plays because he is ****** at all the other fall sports.

DorianSmith
05-27-2007, 04:43 PM
damn. i want u on my team. all i know is your 5"11 160 DE/LB :p

give us some pros and cons

what do you mean by pros and cons?

ncstateviking
05-27-2007, 04:44 PM
MLB/DE/OT/FB

age: 21
Hieght: 6'1
Weight: 225
40 yard dash: 4.8
Veticle Jump: 28ish
Bench Press: 420, 225- 29 reps
squat: eh...something over 600...havent maxed in a good while.

strengths: huge hitter, somewhat of a head hunter. Can stuff the run and get to the quarterback. Plays better in bigger games. team leader. Can play most any position on the feild for a few downs. excellent stamina. Plays through injuries having never missed a game. mean streak.

weaknesses: will take plays off. Will sometimes play down to his opponets level. Injury prone. 2 broken wrists and dislocated shoulder. can be over aggressive at times. will sometimes go for the big play moreso than the smart one.

DorianSmith
05-27-2007, 04:59 PM
ME:

DE/LB
Ht:5'11
WT:160
Age:middle School
40: Unknown
Bench:idk
Squat:idk

Strenths:fast player.Great pass rusher Led team in Sacks and Tied in tackles with another Great End. Great Power move and Swim Move. Make Lots of Big Hits Plays the whole game often also a Great Run stuffer and Can Clog up the middle when moved to DT. At LB is great at reconizing plays.

Weaknesses: Can Dispear at times and takes plays off. isn always motavated to do his best. Sometimes is to Agressive and Overruns plays. Gets mad sometimes and gets Flags for no reason.

LB51
05-27-2007, 05:06 PM
LB

Age:16
Height:6'2
Weight:195
40: 5.00
Bench:200
squat: don't do it cuz my knees r in terrible shape

Pros:Leader of a Defense...amazing wrap up tackler... plays best against top competion...Great instincts...good range...Solid in Zone and has ability to man up against most RBs...has experience at WLB,SLB,MLB,ILB...Great Run
defender.., memorized playbook within a day

Cons: not built very thick... Athletic ability is only averege... not much of a PassRusher...Knees Are in Bad shape, might require surgery...While extremely durable is knicked up alot within minor injuries.

Pro Comparasion: Paul Posluszny

Its all about The U
05-27-2007, 05:20 PM
for my brother:

Its all about the U

Position: WR
Height: 6'1
Weight: 170
Age: 16
40: 4.46
20 yard shuttle: 4.08
Bench: 9(225)
Squat: 345
Vertical: 34"

Positives: Runs great routes & has great hands, extremely quick off the line, has excellent body control & will get the ball at its highest point

Negatives: lacks commitment to the team, and doesn't show up in the weight room, needs to get his ass in gear if he wants to accomplish anything, not a team leader

Pro Comparison: Randy Moss

i dont need to lead just give me the ball

KILLERSANTA
05-27-2007, 05:22 PM
i dont need to lead just give me the ball

I like you!

Its all about The U
05-27-2007, 05:25 PM
then you must understand where im coming from

KILLERSANTA
05-27-2007, 05:50 PM
then you must understand where im coming from

completely

Staubach12
05-27-2007, 05:58 PM
I play 3 positions so bare with me.

Pos: QB/WR/DB
Ht: 5-8 1/2
Wt: 150
Age: 16
40: 4.78

QB

Positives: Understands the game, will make the right decisions, quite accurate, good touch, moves well in the pocket, good zip on most balls, can throw the ball with touch.

Negatives: Can't make some throws, undersized, mechanics aren't great, release is a bit prolongued ala Vince Young, sometimes loses composure under pressure, needs to hit the weight room.

WR

Positives: Smart player, Runs good routes, is quick and has good agility, ok hands, can beat the jam, good blocker.

Negatives: Isn't very fast, not a great leaper, won't do too much after the catch, isn't very consistant, needs to hit the weight room.

DB

Positives: Smart and rarely makes mental mistakes, is quick, can cover man-to-man or zone, never gets too agressive, ok hands, a good run supporter who knows when to hit the run.

Negatives: Small and can get out-jumped, not very fast and sometimes gets beet deep, not overly-physical, sometimes casn get run over due to his size, needs to hit the weight room.

PACKmanN
05-27-2007, 06:01 PM
OG/DT/DE
Ht: 5'7
Weight: 200
Age: 16
40: unknown
Bench: Max: unknown
Squat: unknown

Positives: Can get under the player quick during the snap. Has the power to take players off there feet. Has the quick feet to get to the backfield and stop players to get to the backfield.

Negatives: Lacks the ideal height. Sometimes lacks the stamina to be an every down DE/DT. Sometimes lacks the motivation to play during a blowout.

neko4
05-27-2007, 06:02 PM
I play 3 positions so bare with me.

Pos: QB/WR/DB
Ht: 5-8 1/2
Wt: 150
Age: 16
40: 4.78



WR

Positives: Smart player, Runs good routes, is quick and has good agility, ok hands, can beat the jam, good blocker.

Negatives: Isn't very fast, not a great leaper, won't do too much after the catch, isn't very consistant, needs to hit the weight room.



Your faster than most WR's here

islandboy843
05-27-2007, 06:03 PM
Your faster than most WR's here


Im faster than most WR's here.

DaBears9654
05-27-2007, 08:49 PM
Ht: 5-3(1/2) :)
Age: 15
Wow! You're short for your age; I was that height @ age 12.

Pos: S
Ht: 5-11
Wt: 180 (give or take; it's been a while since I've measured myself)
Age: 24
40: unknown, but probably 5+

As for strengths or weaknesses, with the exception of speed obviously going under the latter, I don't know b/c a disorder called hydrocephalus has always restricted me to being a fan. Safety for a position was an estimate b/c a step-cousin of mine once told me I could probably play LB, but as I've posted, I'm not nearly big enough.

neko4
05-27-2007, 09:05 PM
Wow! You're short for your age; I was that height @ age 12.

Pos: S
Ht: 5-11
Wt: 180 (give or take; it's been a while since I've measured myself)
Age: 24
40: unknown, but probably 5+

As for strengths or weaknesses, with the exception of speed obviously going under the latter, I don't know b/c a disorder called hydrocephalus has always restricted me to being a fan. Safety for a position was an estimate b/c a step-cousin of mine once told me I could probably play LB, but as I've posted, I'm not nearly big enough.

Both of my parents grew late in HS and im part filipino, that doesnt help, trust me

Nitschke-Hawk
05-27-2007, 10:05 PM
It's also cool cause we can talk about ourselves in third person if we want to.
------------------------------

Pos: MLB
Ht: 6 Ft.
Weight: 215 (maybe 25% body fat)
Age: 19
40: 6.0 (if he lost fat and gained muscle he could get it to around 5.00 on his frame)
Bench: 130? doesn't bench at all.
Squat: ???

Positives: Intelligent, excellent read and react skills, quick first step resulting in an explosive well-timed blitz, will destroy a smaller player on a tackle, great hands, and good knowledge of playing the game for a guy who was never on a real team.

Negatives: Poor stamina, may gamble too much and struggle to recover on the play, not vocal enough, inexperienced, mismatch on a fast player, could be a lot better if he were in better shape whereas some other people just aren't good regardless, everything else that goes with these.

NFL Comparison: Anthony Schlegal

kalbears13
05-27-2007, 10:30 PM
edit:delete

BlindSite
05-28-2007, 02:04 AM
Pos: WSLB
Ht: 5" 9
Weight: 215 (maybe 10% body fat)
Age: 19
40: 4.8
Bench: 225 10 times.


Positives: Intelligent and a natural leader, he'll always be around to fire up the team. Loves to return kicks when given the opportunity. Just seems to love contact. Decent read and react skills and good at breaking down the offenses plays and making on the fly adjustments. Can play FB, RB and S in a pinch though won't be athletic enough for either in the long run.

Negatives: At times appears to be too slow to cover running backs and can get blocked out of the play by bigger players. At times struggles to recover when caught out of position.



NFL Comparison: HB Blades

I used to play a lot of sport, now I just work so my 40 is definitley off nowadays.

kalbears13
05-28-2007, 02:21 AM
NFL Comparison: HB Blades

I went to physical therapy for my shoulder once and I went to sign in and I saw someone named "HB Blades" there earlier. Either it was a joke, actually him or someone else named HB Blades. I'm pretty sure it was the first one because I live in California and he went to Pitt and lived in Florida. I also saw some 6'8" asian woman. It turns out she's like the woman's volleyball champ in China.

BlindSite
05-28-2007, 02:31 AM
Jesus, 6"8, it'd be weird sleeping with a woman that tall at my height.

kalbears13
05-28-2007, 02:33 AM
Jesus, 6"8, it'd be weird sleeping with a woman that tall at my height.

No need to get on your knees...

BlindSite
05-28-2007, 02:34 AM
HAHAHAHA face in boobies all night long.

255979119
05-28-2007, 02:35 AM
Position: RT
Height: 6'6"
Weight: 240
Age: 17
40: 5.1
Bench Max: 300
Squat: 425

Positive: Has an explosive first step, likes to get up close and nasty with defenders. Has a high motor that never quits and keeps his shoulders square. Intense, vocal and can be the leader of the offensive line for years to come.

Negatives: Must put on more beef in order to deal with power rushers at the next level. Lets his emotions get the best of him at times. Can be overly confident.

NFL Comparison: Kyle Turley

reese
05-28-2007, 05:26 AM
i guess nfl scouts should start lookin here for players instead of in college becuz according to themselves we have some nfl-caliber players posting on this forum...lol

Sniper
05-28-2007, 05:54 AM
Hockey:
Height: 6 foot
Weight: 250 lbs
Pros: Great hands, vision, will hit anything that moves, accurate shot, fairly hard shot
Cons: Overweight, never in great shape, severely lacks explosive burst (can any of you guys help me out with this one? like how to get a burst) and average at best speed (also help please). Can lose interest if not involved in the game early

Comparable to: Todd Bertuzzi (minus the neck breaking issue)

BlindSite
05-28-2007, 06:55 AM
i guess nfl scouts should start lookin here for players instead of in college becuz according to themselves we have some nfl-caliber players posting on this forum...lol

Its a bit of fun, why be an ass?

scottyboy
05-28-2007, 08:22 AM
basketball
Position: PF/C
Height: 6'2(6'3 on a good day :))
Weight: 210
Age: 16 in 8 days!

Pros: tough in the paint, when pi$$ed off, almost impossible to box out. Crazy(and probably lucky) arsenal of shots in the paint including hook shots, turn around J's, and drvining baseline. Pretty good post defender. Has times where he goes off, nailing jumpers, 3's(at times) and hustles like no other.

Cons: needs MUCH more speed. Not always aggressive as he should be, confidnce takes a hit after a few misses. On D, goes for the block shot too much, gets in foul trouble. Probably needs to slim down Has weak ankle, was broken in boot cast for 4 months, still not 100%. did i mention he needs speed?

NBA comparison: obviously not as talented(or tall) but i guess Tim Duncan. does the fundamental things right, and uses the glass alot

Staubach12
05-28-2007, 10:20 AM
There's a 6-9 guy on my football team. He's not great, but he's huge.

M.O.T.H.
05-28-2007, 11:30 AM
basketball
Position: PF/C
Height: 6'2(6'3 on a good day :))
Weight: 210
Age: 16 in 8 days!

Pros: tough in the paint, when pi$$ed off, almost impossible to box out. Crazy(and probably lucky) arsenal of shots in the paint including hook shots, turn around J's, and drvining baseline. Pretty good post defender. Has times where he goes off, nailing jumpers, 3's(at times) and hustles like no other.

Cons: needs MUCH more speed. Not always aggressive as he should be, confidnce takes a hit after a few misses. On D, goes for the block shot too much, gets in foul trouble. Probably needs to slim down Has weak ankle, was broken in boot cast for 4 months, still not 100%. did i mention he needs speed?

NBA comparison: obviously not as talented(or tall) but i guess Tim Duncan. does the fundamental things right, and uses the glass alot

6'3 210 at 15... damn.

SubNoize
05-28-2007, 11:43 AM
40 time and squat are from HS, both are less after blowing out my ACL 2 times in the last 3 years...

Position: DE/SLB
Height: 6'4"
Weight:239
Age:21
40 time: 4.8
Bench:385 (225 reps):24
Squat:460

Pros: Can play sideline to sideline, has a nose for the ball. Gets to the QB quick and often. Often overpowers opposition on the line. Great at stripping the ball. Great attitude and a team leader.

Cons: Over agressive and can take bad angles. Is penalized on occasion for roughing the passer. Can be to hard on himself at times.

I got a full ride to Colorado St. coming out of HS, blew out my ACL in the summer. Went back home to AZ and tried to walk on for ASU the following year, but ACL snapped once again. I've been rehabbing for the last year and I will try to walk on for the Arizona Rattlers for the 08 Squad to play TE/LB.

ncstateviking
05-28-2007, 02:39 PM
see...i believe like 30% of the posts. from the picture threads, i dont see that many super athletes. if you post outlandish stats, but a pic with it.

someone447
05-28-2007, 02:50 PM
Its a bit of fun, why be an ass?

Exactly, not only that, but we are comparing ourself to the people we have played against. Many of the people are 15-16 so probably still playing JV, so if they are even slightly athletic will be better than most of the competition.

reese
05-28-2007, 02:59 PM
Exactly, not only that, but we are comparing ourself to the people we have played against. Many of the people are 15-16 so probably still playing JV, so if they are even slightly athletic will be better than most of the competition.

it was just a joke...sorry i hurt yalls feelings...lol

bearfan
05-28-2007, 03:17 PM
6'3 210 at 15... damn.

My thoughts exactly. We have a soph, 6'5ish, but is a toothpick. All the other tall kids at our school dont play basketball.

bored of education
05-28-2007, 03:22 PM
Rugby Scrum Half
Height: 5'9
Weight: 170
40 time: 10000.00
5 years as a Scrum half
Strengths: Relentless and leave everything on the field die hard rugger. Very mature and quick learner. Good passing left and right sides. Great vision and ability to see the holes in a defense before they happen. Great tackler, tackles anything that comes at him. Servicable drop kicker from 30 meters and in. Good grub kicker.

Weakness: Not good at kicking for possession, doesn't get the proper angles.

themaninblack
05-28-2007, 06:19 PM
C/G/DE/OLB(50D)
6'2"
265
4.89 40
350 Bench
500+ Squat

Pos- Smart, Athletic, Nasty demeanor, excels at multiple positions, good work ethic/team player. Solid all around football player with many tools.

Neg- sloppy technique at times, uses athleticism a bit too much, needs to be more of a vocal leader.

Sniper
05-28-2007, 06:23 PM
Anyone have any tips as to how to get faster/quicker for hockey?

HoopsDemon12
05-28-2007, 06:43 PM
6'3 210 at 15... damn.

ya i know im only like 6'3 197 now... although i just moved from post out to wing, thats what happens when you have three guys who are 6'6, 6'5 and 6'4 playing post.. plus i was only playing post cause i was fat ... imagine 5'10 like 250 haha talk about slimming down

scottyboy
05-28-2007, 07:45 PM
6'3 210 at 15... damn.

haha yea im big, but a kid on our team is same height, and just this year lost 50 lbs!!! he was around 260ish and now is lighter than me!!

i must say though, most of that weight isnt really muscle ... :( lol

-black
05-28-2007, 08:02 PM
how bout you scout me for real and tell me what you think...this is tape from my junior season....sadly, this past year was my last year playing football :(

http://sunshinepreps.net/content/view/572/2/

go down to where it says "Mark Kaigler" (thats me) video

here go my profile

http://www.maxpreps.com/FanPages/Player.mxp/Florida/Boys_Varsity_Football_Fall_06-07/AreaID-7bcaf5fa-f8bd-4fe8-a970-f05012cd05b2/SchoolID-ea5f35ec-4010-4fc6-8baf-ac7f41d64a14/AthleteID-24cb5603-669d-4432-ae1a-dc657e0e88a1


EDIT


NOOO! I just tried to watch my video and i guess they removed it.....if i can i will try to upload a few hometape vids of me tho....it seems ETK is the only 1 on here who actually got to see a few clips of me in action

-black
05-28-2007, 08:11 PM
here is an article about me (dont wanna toot my own horn but.....TOOOOOT)

http://www.sptimes.com/2006/11/14/news_pf/Sports/Pick_a_position_and_t.shtml

etk
05-28-2007, 08:17 PM
-black is a tank, I gave him a scouting report via PM a while back. Versatile defender too...

I have a nice sack video but I can't show anyone without giving out my team's password :(

Wootylicous
05-28-2007, 08:18 PM
-black is a tank, I gave him a scouting report via PM a while back. Versatile defender too...

I have a nice sack video but I can't show anyone without giving out my team's password :(

I would like to see that vid :)

islandboy843
05-28-2007, 08:18 PM
here is an article about me (dont wanna toot my own horn but.....TOOOOOT)

http://www.sptimes.com/2006/11/14/news_pf/Sports/Pick_a_position_and_t.shtml

Would you like to be signed by me on my All NFLDC
football team?

etk
05-28-2007, 08:22 PM
I would like to see that vid :)

lol the password is w00t!

Basically the description is: I blitzed from the OLB spot untouched and the QB tried to scramble to his right but I chased him down with a nice diving ankle-grab. I'm smoother than DeMarcus Ware and faster than Lawrence Timmons ;)

-black
05-28-2007, 08:23 PM
Would you like to be signed by me on my All NFLDC
football team?

contract details? first

i wanna see ETK's vid tho...he held out on me

islandboy843
05-28-2007, 08:25 PM
contract details? first

i wanna see ETK's vid tho...he held out on me


UHHHHHHHH you win.

Wootylicous
05-28-2007, 08:31 PM
lol the password is w00t!

Basically the description is: I blitzed from the OLB spot untouched and the QB tried to scramble to his right but I chased him down with a nice diving ankle-grab. I'm smoother than DeMarcus Ware and faster than Lawrence Timmons ;)

What is your jersey number ?

Freddy G
05-28-2007, 08:34 PM
I find it hard to believe how many sub 4.65 guys we have here...who are actually big enough to play. Quite the congregation of athletes for and internet forum.

Note: This was not unexpected as it looks this way everytime we do it, however, it is a little over the top this time.

etk
05-28-2007, 08:34 PM
What is your jersey number ?

#33.......

Wootylicous
05-28-2007, 08:40 PM
#33.......

woooo Mike Mizerski is a beast

-black
05-28-2007, 08:42 PM
my biggest problem was me never having a true position. I was basically an athlete and if i had decided to play college football i would have been either a S or LB. But i played alot of DE and FB/RB in HS. I was really raw. But the number 1 thing was me havin my daughter last summer. I had actually informed my coach that i was going to quit the team and wouldnt be able to play my senior season cuz i would have to work. But my childs mothers parents and mine made a deal where they would let me play my last year of football and help wen i could with finances. I knew if i played cfball it would be at a small school (i did have offers) it wouldnt be worth it to play and neglect my seed (knowin i didnt have a chance at the NFL or somethin). Im going to a CC this year and next, but depending on how my money is in 2 years i could try to walk on at USF or FSU (whereve i decide to transfer to)

FSU is my dream school, but i doubt i will end up that far away from home....

jballa838
05-28-2007, 08:50 PM
I guess i'll do this...
Football: Wr/Db (more preferable WR)
Age: 15 for 6 more days
Height: 5'11 7/8
Weight: 146
40 Speed: 4.8
Vertical Jump: 26"
Pro-Agility: 4.6
Bench reps: 4 of 135 (i know weak)
Pros: Excellent route runner, football smart, superb hands, great awareness, Decent blocker, will go across middle, good burst, great at breaking press coverage
Cons: Loses focus every once in a while, not great or bad blocker, lacks elite timed speed, won't fight for extra yard, lacks strength you look for, not extremely physical

Pro Comparsion: Shorter Joe Juerevicious, or less talented Jerry Rice for lack of better comparison.

Primetime21
05-28-2007, 09:02 PM
Primetime

Pos: RB/SS
Ht: 5-10
Weight: 160
Age: 14
40: 4.8
Bench: 170
Squat: 325

Pros: Great athlete, knows the game, team leader, great acceleration, isnt afraid of contact, above average in the open field, hard to catch after he turns corner

Cons: Raw at RB position, average hands, technique sometimes sloppy, concentration level very inconsistent,

Notes: Got 1st in both 100m dash and Discus in city, Tied team lead in sacks as SS.

Pro Comparison: Ken Hamlin

-black
05-28-2007, 09:03 PM
wow, its alot of young cats on here

someone447
05-28-2007, 09:17 PM
my biggest problem was me never having a true position. I was basically an athlete and if i had decided to play college football i would have been either a S or LB. But i played alot of DE and FB/RB in HS. I was really raw. But the number 1 thing was me havin my daughter last summer. I had actually informed my coach that i was going to quit the team and wouldnt be able to play my senior season cuz i would have to work. But my childs mothers parents and mine made a deal where they would let me play my last year of football and help wen i could with finances. I knew if i played cfball it would be at a small school (i did have offers) it wouldnt be worth it to play and neglect my seed (knowin i didnt have a chance at the NFL or somethin). Im going to a CC this year and next, but depending on how my money is in 2 years i could try to walk on at USF or FSU (whereve i decide to transfer to)

FSU is my dream school, but i doubt i will end up that far away from home....

If you were going to school for free, it would be giving your daughter a better life when you finished. My dad had me in college, and he was on a golf scholarship. That he didn't have to go into debt to graduate helped tremendously.

I would recommend trying to go someplace that you would be able to earn a scholarship after going to CC. A 1aa or a D2 school, it would do a lot for your future, but then again, what do I know, I am only 20 and know nothing of your situation.

-black
05-28-2007, 09:27 PM
i didnt explain, but part of the reason i decided to fo the CC route (St. Pete College) is because I got a scholarship there. Plus I did end up getting Bright Futures scholarship which pays 100% tuition for a community college. So my scholarship for SPC will pay for everything and the Bright Futures scholarship money will come to me every semester....so its like paying me to go to school in a way...plus i will be getting a Pell Grant so its paid for PLUS i get 2 large sums of money every semeser....goin the CC part was easily the best possible situation for me after i got a scholarship to attend it.

Plus after i get an AA I can transfer to any school in Florida. Depending on my situation I can pick any location for my bachelors.

someone447
05-28-2007, 09:39 PM
i didnt explain, but part of the reason i decided to fo the CC route (St. Pete College) is because I got a scholarship there. Plus I did end up getting Bright Futures scholarship which pays 100% tuition for a community college. So my scholarship for SPC will pay for everything and the Bright Futures scholarship money will come to me every semester....so its like paying me to go to school in a way...plus i will be getting a Pell Grant so its paid for PLUS i get 2 large sums of money every semeser....goin the CC part was easily the best possible situation for me after i got a scholarship to attend it.

Plus after i get an AA I can transfer to any school in Florida. Depending on my situation I can pick any location for my bachelors.

Oh, that is awesome man, nothing better than getting paid to go to school.

-black
05-28-2007, 09:42 PM
and ima be doing work study....so im def gon be gettin paid to go to school! (and they say that @ work study 3/4 of the time ur doing homework so im getting paid to do homework too lmao!)

islandboy843
05-28-2007, 09:46 PM
Im doing work study too. You gonna see me like Pacman in my sig.

Ho0k Em'
05-28-2007, 09:50 PM
Safety
5'8
174
Age:16
40: 470
Bench max: 225
Squat 330(need to work on that)
PC: 225

Positives: Good ball skill, loves to hit, smart player, solid tackler

Negatives: often goes for the big hit instead of the interception, lacks great timed speed, doesn't accellerate all that fast.

J-Hype
05-28-2007, 10:47 PM
Ht:5'10
Postion: TE/DE
Wt:184
Bench: 135 (i suck really bad at bench)
Squat: 315
age: 16
40: 4.8

Pros: Athletic,good hands,quick off the line. Hard to bring down and is a threat to the qb on defensive side of ball.

Cons: Not to smart and may forget assignments. Needs to work on tackling form and work on blocking. Looks like a superstar one play and then gets bullied the next (Defensive side)

Stats 2007 (9 Games season Jv football)
tackles 22
sacks 10
fumble revories 4 (return 2 for touchdowns too)
Receptions 8
Points 14 (2 touchdowns 1 2pt conversion)