The Kareem Jackson Story Is One Of The Most Incredible Stories In College Football! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

The Kareem Jackson Story Is One Of The
Most Incredible Stories
In College Football!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

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Max Emfinger’s 2007 All-American Bowl Game Classic
Independence Bowl Game Stadium – Shreveport, LA

In Our 2007 Max Emfinger’s Third Annual All-American Bowl Game Classic, We Might have had The Most Incredible Story In College Football History And it Might Not Even be Close!

In That 3rd Annual 2007 All-American Bowl Game Classic, We had 113 Players in our Game and We got 63 Scholarships to 63 Players who had No-Offers Before our First Practice. This was also The Last Game that College Coaches could come to one Practice.

My Friend, Coach John Shuman of Fork Union Military Prep School Called me one day in December and said that he had a Great Cover Cornerback by the Name of  Kareem Jackson (#25) and  Coach Shuman Went-On to tell me that Jackson was a Great Player from Georgia, but that he was “Under The Radar” coming out of High School and that he could never get him on any of The “So-Called” Recruiting Lists after being a Prep School Star.

After telling me all of these Stories about Kareem Jackson, he then Asked Me if I would Consider Inviting a Prep School Player To-Play in My All-American Bowl Game. I was Really Excited about The Prospects of Jackson Playing in My Game and Of Course, I Said Yes!

Since Jackson was from Macon Westside High School in Georgia, I decided to Room-Him with another Cornerback from The South Named Chris Lett from Pensacola, Florida and Incidentally, Chris Lett was already Committed to Alabama, while his Roommate, Jackson did not have a Single Offer when he “Showed-Up” for The First East Team Practice.

Although he had no Scholarship Offers at the First Day of Practice, Jackson was “The Buzz” at all of The Practices and he then Recorded an Incredible Two Interceptions in The Game on Saturday. And Guess-What! The Two Roommates, Jackson and Lett, were Offered a Chance to Visit The Alabama Chrimson Tide on the Very Next Weekend.

After Jackson got to Tuscaloosa, Another One of The Most Interesting Stories Came to Life. First of all, Jackson had Already Graduated from High School and he already had a Really Good ACT Score, so he Already had Good Grades and was Ready To Go To College.

The Crimson Tide Coaches knew this and they also knew that Jackson did not have to go back to Fork Union Prep School, because he had already Qualified for CollegeThe Crimson Tide Coaches would not let him Leave Their Campus until he Finally Committed and so he Finally Signed with Alabama and Entered at Mid-Term, Looking Forward to Spring Training.

As a True Freshman for The Crimson Tide, Kareem Jackson was a “Real Freak” as he Started 12 of 13 Games for The Tide. Jackson also Recorded 66 Tackles, had 3 Interceptions, and 4 Pass Breakups and was Selected to The Freshman All-American Team.

As a Sophomore in 2008, Jackson Recorded 44 Tackles, including 28 Solo Tackles and 10 Pass Breakups and an Interception. Then as a Junior in 2009, Jackson started All 14 Games, including The BCS 2010 National Championship Game. In that Championship Season, Jackson Recorded 49 Tackles, 1 Interception, and 13 Pass Breakups in The 2009 Football Season.

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 2010

BCS National Championship Game
For All of the 2010 Marbles!

BCS National Championship
Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California
Alabama (13-0) vs. Texas (13)

In The 2010 BCS National Championship Game Against The University of Texas, Alabama Was Ranked #1 in The Country and The Crimson Tide Defeated The Longhorns 37-21. In That National Championship Game, Jackson was Impressive as he Guarded The Longhorns All-American Wide Receiver Jordan Shipley. Although Shipley Caught 10 Passes for Two Touchdowns, Jackson Still Made some Great Plays Against Shipley in Some Really Key Situations in The Victory.

Related imageAlabama Super Cornerback Kareem Jackson (#3) Batting The Football Away From Texas Longhorn Super Wide Receiver Jordan Shipley (#8).

Ironically, One of The Top Defensive Players in The 2010 BCS National Championship Game was in Our 2006 Max Emfinger’s Second Annual All-American Bowl Game Classic. Texas Longhorn Defensive End Lamar Houston Recorded 10 Tackles, including 2 Tackles for a Loss and One Quarterback Sack. Houston joined Jackson and Shipley in The 2010 NFL Draft as he was The #2 Draft Choice of The Oakland Raiders; while Shipley was a #3 Draft Choice of The Cincinnati Bengals.

Then, after Three Years, and after he was The Starting Cornerback on Two SEC Championship Teams and The 2010 BCS National Championship Team, Kareem Jackson Decided to come out early and Come-Out Early for The 2010 NFL Draft and Jackson was Invited to The 2010 NFL Scouting Combine.

Coming out of Alabama, Jackson was invited to The 2010 NFL Scouting Combine and he Recorded Some Really Great Measurables. Under THE MEARS RATING Standards of Today, Jackson (5-10, 196, 4,42, 37.5, 4.14, 118, 13) Recorded a Tremendous 2,762 MEARS RATING.

The Top Five Cornerbacks in The 2018 NFL Draft

1. CB Denzel Ward, Ohio State – #1 Draft Choice – Browns – 2,876 MEARS
2. CB Minkah Fitzpatrick, ALA – #1 Draft Choice – Dolphins – 2,763 MEARS
3. CB Jaire Alexander, LOUIS – #1 Draft Choice – Packers – 2,757 MEARS
4.  CB Josh Jackson, Iowa – #1 Draft Choice – Packers – 2,757 MEARS
5. Mike Hughes, UCF – #1 Draft Choice – Vikings – 2,753 MEARS

Jackson Completed The Entire NFL Scouting Combine Workout and all of The Scouting Combine Drills. He was satisfied with his Combine Measurables and Performance Drills and so he chose to only Take-Part in The Cornerback Positional Drills at The Alabama Pro Day.

After Kareem Jackson Performed Extremely well, he was projected By The Majority of  The NFL Scouts and NFL Draft Analysts to be Drafted in the First or Second Rounds. In an Excellent and Very Deep Cornerback Draft in 2010, Jackson was Ranked about The Fifth Best Cornerback and About #32 in The 2010 NFL Draft.

Jackson Started 40 Games for The Crimson Tide and Thus “Playing in a Lot of Tremendous and Competitive Games” for The Tide, The Houston Texans Still Thought that Jackson was “Ready” to become an Immediate Starter and so They Drafted Him as Their #1 Draft Choice!

Jackson became a #1 Draft Choice and 20th Overall Selection in the 2010 NFL Draft for the Houston Texans. Jackson was Signed by The Houston Texans on July 30, 2010 and Then He Re-Signed with The Texans on March 9, 2015.

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In Eight Seasons with The Houston Texans, Kareem Jackson Recorded 472 Tackles of which 398 were Solo Tackles. He also Averaged 59 Tackles and 44.8 Solo Tackles Per Season in 116 Games. 

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Where would Kareem Jackson be Today if he had of Given-Up after not being Recruited Out of High School and then After Prep School?

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Max Emfinger’s All-American Lashard Durr Joins Kareem Jackson and Alfred Morris As He Never Gave Up After Setbacks! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

Max Emfinger All-American Lashard Durr Joins Kareem Jackson and Alfred Morris As He Never Gave Up After Setbacks!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

Related imageMississippi State Cornerback Lashard Durr Played in The 10th Annual Max Emfinger’s All-American Bowl Game Classic on January 3, 2014 At Tommy Oliver Memorial Stadium in Panama City, Florida! 

There is One Thing I Tell All My Players That I Evaluate!

Every Single Time that you Compete; You Need to Play as Hard as you can on Every Single Play, because you Never Know when someone is Watching-You and who is “Looking At You And Your Position For The Perfect Player”  for His TeamSince The College Coaches Cannot Come to an All-American Bowl Game, then it is Impossible To-Know who might be Evaluating You on Your Highlight Film and is Looking at You for his Team.

Our All-American Bowl Games and Top Gun Combines Have Been for The Super High School Players who have Great Speed and Quickness Measurables; plus Great Athletic Talent, but for some Reason are “Flying Under The Recruiting Radar” with Most of The College Coaches.

Cornerback Lashard Durr Had Great Measurables And Some Diappointments, But He Never Gave-Up!

Back in The Spring of 2013, One of my Super All-American Bowl Game Coaches, Cornerback Coach Nekemia Rich, from Harrison Central in Gulfport, Mississippi gave me a call and told me that he had a Sensational Cornerback Named Lashard Durr (#25) and he was “A-Little-Under-The-Radar” although he had already Committed to Mississippi State.

I Watched The Tremendous Durr Highlight Film and I then Invited him to Play in our 10th Annual 2014 All-American Bowl Game and here is The Most Amazing Thing about Lashard Durr and all of the Other 2014 All-American Football Players. We had 114 All-American Players in our 2014 Game and out of all of those Unbelievable Players, Durr had The Best and Most Incredible Masurables and He Also Had The Best MEARS RATING.

At a High School Scouting Combine, before his Senior Season and before our All-American Bowl Game, Lashard Durr (5-11, 180, 4.36, 42, 4.2, 129, 10) Recorded some Really Incredible Speed and Quickness Measurables as he Recorded a Fabulous 4.36 Forty, a 42-Inch Vertical Jump, a 4.2 Pro-Shuttle, and an Outstanding 129-Inch Standing Broad Jump. Under The Current and Updated NFL MEARS RATING Standards, Durr Would Have Recorded an Incredible 2,755 MEARS RATING Coming-Out Of High School.

After The 2014 All-American Bowl Game in Panama City, Durr Signed with The Mississippi State Bulldogs, but he did not Qualify Academically and he had To-Go To Junior College and he Enrolled at Copiah-Lincoln Community College in Wesson, Mississippi, About 45 Miles South of Jackson, Mississippi, The State Capital, and 145 Miles North of New OrleansEntering Junior College was not exactly “The-Way” that Durr thought that his College Football Career was Going to Begin. 

“When I first got to Junior College, I was thinking about Quitting, because I did not think that it was going to be for me,” Durr said. “I was Really-Ready to go back home, But I Stuck-It-Out, and fought through The-Hard-Times and I grew. It made me a better man and it taught me not to Give-Up when Stuff gets Tough.”

As a College and NFL Scout, I am Happy and Glad that Lashard Durr “Stuck-It-Out” at Junior College, because he had an Incredible Co-Lin Career. In Fact, on his Co-Lin Highlight Film, Durr was one of the most Aggressive Cornerbacks that I have ever seen. He also used his Outstanding Speed and Quickness To-Make Tackles From Sideline to Sideline.

Durr Recorded 63 Tackles, including Two Tackles for a Loss; had 22 Pass Break-Ups; had Three Pass Interceptions; and Returned a Fumble for a Touchdown. During this Outstanding Career with Co-Lin, Durr still Maintained his Previous Commitment to Mississippi State and He Signed Again with The Bulldogs for the Second Time in December of 2015, and then Enrolled the following Month in January 2016 to Finally Start his College Career at a Major Division I School, on his way to The NFL and The Indianapolis Colts.

Durr (5-11, 197, 4.42) was a Very Large, Very Fast, and a Very Quick Cornerback and he was forced into a Starring role, right from the start. In his First Year as a Bulldog, Durr Started 7 of 13 Games and Recorded 25 Tackles and a Pass Deflection, while Learning What He Was Really Supposed To Do.

In that First Year as a Bulldog, Durr felt like he had grown a lot, but he was also overwhelmed a lot. Also, in his First Year, he really did not know what he was doing, but after That First Year, he Learned a Tremendous Amount about Playing Cornerback and he was not Hesitant about what he was Supposed to be doing.

As a Mississippi State Bulldog, Durr Played in 25 Games and he made 13 Starts during his Two Seasons after Transferring from Copiah-Lincoln Community College. He Recorded 36 Tackles, had Four Pass Breakups, and one Interception; and he was Very Impressive at The Mississippi State Pro Day 

At The Mississippi State Pro Day, Durr was Really Outstanding, however, his Measurables before our 2014 All-American Bowl Game were a Little Better. On his Behalf, I have Taken his Best Two Measurables of The Two Combines and Averaged Them and Given him a Great MEARS RATING. With the Average of his Two Best Ever Measurables, Durr (5-11, 197, 4.39, 37, 4.26, 125, 12) Would have an Outstanding 2,739 MEARS RATING.

With his Great Showing at The Mississippi State Pro Day, The Indianapolis Colts were Watching, along with Over 30 Other NFL Scouts, and The Colts Offered Durr a Chance To-Play in The NFL. 

Durr and Gray Join Four Other Mississippi State Bulldogs who were Drafted in The 2018 NFL Draft, including #3 Draft Choice Offensive Tackle, who will Probably Play Center Martinas Rankin (#55) of The Houston Texans; #6 Draft Choice Tight End Jordan Thomas of  The Houston Texans; #7 Draft Choice Long Snapper Hunter Bradley of The Green Bay Packers; and #7 Draft Choice Punter Logan Cooke of The Jacksonville Jaguars.

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In 2003, I hosted my First Annual 7on7 National Championship and then I hosted another 7on7 National Championship in 2004, 2005, and 2006. My goal was To Find and Get Great Athletes to one area where I could evaluate them and then help them with all of the Various National College Coaches.

The only drawback was that Most all of the College Coaches and College Scouts wanted to see these Hidden Gems in a Game so that they Could Watch them on a  Highlight Film and so The College Coaches suggested to me that I Host a real All-American Bowl Game so that they could view these Super Talented Players, Under The Radar, in a Highlight Film, playing against other Talented Players.

In 2006, The NCAA had a Rule that The College Coaches Could Come to One-Day of Practice at an All-American Bowl Game and In 2006, in Preparing for our 2nd Annual 2006 All-American Bowl Game Classic, I Invited College Coaches From All over The Country, to Attend Our Tuesday Practice and Exactly 118 Division I College Coaches Attended our Two Practices, on Tuesday, in The Independence Bowl in Shreveport, Louisiana.

Some of our Players were Sensational in Practice, Running Great Pass Patterns, Intercepting Passes, and Blocking and Tackling Drills. It was really exciting to see the Interest in some of our “Under The Radar” Players and then some Coaches even Followed Our Players back to The Hotel.

Then, in The Off-Season, in 2007In Another Crazy Political Rule, The NCAA Passed a Rule That The College Coaches Could Not Attend High School All-American Bowl Games or even come to the Practices and so in 2007, the Game Film became a great tool for The College Coaches.

What is Really Ridiculous is that When I First Started my All-American Bowl Games, The College Coaches Could Come to Practice on One Day and The College Coaches Could Also Come to The Game.

My Mission Statement and Goal in hosting The Max Emfinger All-American Bowl Game Classics is to search for that Hidden High School Football Talent that has not been found yet. I then Evaluate Them and try to help Them to get some Publicity, and therefore helping Them to Receive a Football Scholarship.

2013 ABG Max Emfinger with team

In 2005, I hosted my 1st Annual All-American Bowl Game and in Thirteen Games in Thirteen YearsI had helped 1,268 High School Football Players (That We Know About) to Receive a Football Scholarship. Most of these Players came to our “First Bowl Game Practice” without a Single Scholarship Offer. This Total Also Counts some Players who did not have a Scholarship Offer and Committed to Play in our All-American Bowl Game, but Received an Offer and then did not play in our Game. There also were over 1,000 High School Football Players who we also know about that we helped that also did not play in our Game.

ATTENTION: ALL HIGH SCHOOL ALL-AMERICANS, SUPER ELITE TOP-GUN COMBINE CAMP PLAYERS, and LESTINI FREE AGENT COMBINE CAMP PLAYERS – NEVER GIVE-UP YOUR DREAMS!

 All Players That Were Involved in The Three Incredible Combines and Camps, EspeciallyThe Latest 2018 Lestini Free Agent Combine-Camp, Please Contact Me and Also John and Mary Lestiniso we can Promote You.

If you Have Signed with a Semi-Pro or Pro Team, please let us know, because there are Currently someCFL and Arena Pro Football Teams that are Still Looking for Players.

Max

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The Alfred Morris Story Is One Of The Most Incredible Stories in College Football! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

The Alfred Morris Story Is One Of The Most Incredible Stories in College Football!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

Dallas Cowboys Running Back Alfred Morris (#46) Running Against His Rookie, All-Pro, and Two-Time Pro-Bowl Team – The Washington Redskins.

ATTENTION: ALL HIGH SCHOOL ALL-AMERICANS, SUPER ELITE TOP-GUN COMBINE CAMP PLAYERS, and LESTINI FREE AGENT COMBINE CAMP PLAYERS – NEVER GIVE-UP YOUR DREAMS!

In December of 2006, I was living in Covington, Louisiana and as a Football Super Scout, I was Invited To-Come to Pensacola, Florida, about Two Hours Away, to be on a Radio Talk Show about Recruiting in The South. It was Early December and The Playoffs were just getting Started and Pensacola Pine Forest was in the Thick of those Florida Playoffs.

There was a Running Back at Pine Forest that was Doing-Really-Well, but he was “Flying Under The Recruiting Radar” and In Fact, although I had just Published The Max Emfinger December National Newsletter, and I had Never heard of him. This Running Back only Gained 391-Yards and Six Touchdowns as a Junior, but as a Senior, he was Piling-Up 250-Yard Games and he was Gaining Strength as The Biggest Surprise of The South.

From the Very Start, of The Radio Talk Show, we started getting Calls about this Pine Forest Running Back Named Alfred Morris. The Unbelievable Thing was that I was able To-Watch Morris on his Highlight Film in The Radio Studio and he was Unbelievable. I asked The Radio Host if he had The Phone Number of  The Pine Forest Head Coach and he did have it. So after the Show, I called The Coach to see if he thought that Morris would Live To-Play in Our All-American Bowl Game.

As a Senior in 2006, Alfred Morris became a Super-Star, but since he was not on any of The Early Recruiting Lists, he did not have any Scholarship Offers. Also, as a Junior, Morris was more Noted as a Great Linebacker, as he had Recorded 106 Tackles and Eight Sacks.

I invited Morris to The 2007 All-American Bowl Game Classic as a Running Back, but when he got to our First Practice, it was Clear that he also Needed To-Play on Defense, along with being the East Starting Running Back. In The All-American Game, This Incredible Athlete Returned The Second-Half Kickoff, 92-Yards for a Touchdown and He Picked-Up a Fumble on Defense and Ran 12-Yards for another Touchdown.

Alfred Morris was Obviously The Game MVP of The 2007 All-American Bowl Game as he Scored a Touchdown On Offense, On Defense, and On a Kickoff Return. This 92-Yard Kickoff Return for a Touchdown, by Alfred Morris, is The First and Only Kickoff Return for a Touchdown after 13 All-American Bowl Games.

When Morris got to our First Practice, he did not have a Single Scholarship Offer, but Florida Atlantic had been Recruiting him Really Hard and they were on the Verge of Offering him a Scholarship and they did Offer and he Accepted.

In 2007, Alfred Morris was Red-Shirted and then in 2008, he played in 11 games and had seven carries for 23 rushing yards. He also accumulated 10 tackles on special teams, which included seven solo tackles.

Morris began his Red-Shirt Sophomore Season in 2009 as a Virtual Unknown Player, but by the end of the Season, he was Holding The Sun Belt Conference Rushing Title with 1,392-Yards Rushing and The 1,392-Yards was a Single Season Florida Atlantic Rushing Record. Morris also Finished his Sophomore Season with an Incredible Seven Straight 100-Yards, The Sunbelt Conference Rushing Title; The Florida Atlantic MVP Award; The Florida Atlantic Football Team Academic Award; and The Florida Atlantic Male Student Athlete of the Year award, as honored by the University’s Provost.

In 2010, during his Final Football Season at Florida Atlantic, Morris Rushed for 928-Yards on 227 Carries and he Averaged 4.1-Yards Per Carry and Scored a Touchdown in 7 of his Last 11 Games. Morris finished just 72-Yards shy of becoming the first Florida Atlantic Football Player to have Back-to-Back 1,000-Yard Rushing Seasons.

For his career at Florida Atlantic University, Alfred Morris played in a total of 35 games. He Rushed for 2,343-Yards on 497 Carries and Scored 18 Touchdowns; with a 4.7-Yards Per Carry.

After his Four Years at Florida Atlantic, Morris was Invited to The 2012 NFL Scouting Combine and his NFL Scouting Combine Results were: (5-10, 219, 4.61, 35.5, 4,19, 117, 16). Morris Ran a 4.61 at The Florida Atlantic Pro Day.

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In The 2012 NFL Draft, Alfred Morris was Drafted in The 6th Round of The NFL Draft and The 173 Overall Selection by The Washington Redskins, while The Redskins #1 Draft Pick was another Friend of mine, Robert Griffin, III. Both of my Friends, Griffin and Morris Started their First Game for The Redskins in their First NFL Game.

The day before The Washington Redskins Season Opener, Head Coach Mike Shanahan Announced that Alfred Morris would be the Starting Running Back. In his NFL Rookie First NFL Career Start, Morris Rushed for 96-Yards on 28 carries and Scored Two Touchdowns against The New Orleans Saints.

Image result for Alfred Morris Redskins Photos2012 Rookie Running Back Alfred Morris (#46) Of The Washington Redskins Had 200-Yards Rushing Against The Dallas Cowboys, His Future Team!

With an Incredible and Amazing 1,613-Yards Rushing for Alfred Morris and 815-Yards Rushing by Griffin, These Two Fabulous Redskins Rookies Accounted for 90% of The Redskins Total Rushing Yardage for The Entire 2012 Regular Season, and led The Redskins to Finish First in the NFL Eastern Division in Rushing. 

Griffin Beat-Out Two other Incredible Rookie Quarterbacks for The 2012 NFL Rookie of The Year Award, including Andrew Luck of The Indianapolis Colts and Russell Wilson of The Seattle Seahawks, but Griffin was The Leader of Seven of Ten Different Quarterback Categories in The NFL and his Favorite for The NFL Rookie of The Year was his Teammate, Alfred Morris. These Two Fabulous Rookie Freaks Flipped The Washington Redskins in 2012 from a 5-11 Record in 2011 to a 10-6 Record in 2012.

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Robert Griffin (#10) probably did not have a Playbook at Baylor, because he was such an Incredible Athlete, and he was probably able to Audible on Every Play,” Chris Collinsworth an NFL Announcer, said Jokingly! “And Head Coach Mike Shanahan and Offensive Coordinator Kyle Shanahan were also going to give Robert Griffin “The Freedom” To share the Football with others as he saw fit and The Greatest Beneficiary of “The Griffin Shares” was The Other Washington Redskins Fabulous Rookie, Alfred Morris (#46) who was also in The Running for The NFL Rookie of the Year.

It is Really Difficult To-Argue with The Robert Griffin Choice For Rookie Of The Year Award, because Alfred Morris Became The Biggest Surprise in The Entire NFL in 2012. Morris Rushed for a Washington Redskins Rushing Record of 1,613-Yards Rushing, breaking the Old Redskins Rushing Record of Clinton Portis of 1,516-Yards in 2005.

Ironically, Alfred Morris also Finished his Fabulous Rookie Season Against his Future Team, The Dallas Cowboys, as he Rushed for 200-Yards, on 33 Carries, Scored 3 Touchdowns, and then broke Two Washington Redskins Records in their 28-18 Victory over The Cowboys in their NFC East Division Final Game of The Season.

His effort in Helping his Washington Redskins to The 28-18 victory gave them The NFC Eastern Conference Championship for the First time since 1999 and earn a playoff spot for the first time since 2007. Morris was Given The NFC Player Of The Week Award in The Dallas Cowboys Game.

Morris also became only The Fourth Player in NFL History to Rush for over 1,600-Yards in his Rookie Season and Unbelievably Ranked Third behind NFL Hall of Fame Eric Dickerson and Heisman Trophy Award Winner George Rogers.

Heisman Trophy Winner, Griffin, was named To Play in The 2013 Pro Bowl In Recognition of his Fabulous Rookie Season, but due to Injuries on his ACL and LCL Ligaments in his Right Knee, he was Negated from the Pro Bowl Roster and replaced by Drew Brees.

The Dallas Cowboys Sign Alfred Morris!

Four-Years Later, On March 22, 2016, The Dallas Cowboys Signed Alfred Morris (#46) to a Two-Year, $3.5M Contract with Potential to earn up to $5.5M.

The Dallas Cowboys were Still Looking to improve their Running Back Production from the previous year in 2015 and so they Drafted Super Running Back Ezekiel Elliott in The NFL First Round as their #1 Draft Choice on April 28 in The 2016 NFL Draft. And so then, The Dallas Cowboys had Two New Running Backs, Ezekiel Elliott and Alfred Morris.

With the Emergence of  Elliott, who became The NFL Leading Rusher, Morris was Used Most of The Time on Third Downs and was forced to focus on his Blocking and Pass Receiving Skills.

On September 11, 2016, Morris made his debut with The Cowboys, as he Rushed for 35-Yards on seven carries in a 20-19 loss to The New York Giants and on November 6Morris Rushed for a Season-High 56-Yards on 17 carries against The Cleveland BrownsIn week #15, he was passed on The Dallas Cowboys Depth Chart after The Cowboys activated Darren McFadden from The Non-Football Injury List.

Morris then Finished the season with 243-Yards Rushing, 11-Yards Receiving, and Two Touchdowns. After Rushing for 1,613-Yards as a Rookie, Morris had to be Really Devastated, thinking that he could probably Start for Half of The Other Teams in The NFL.

Image result for Alfred Morris PhotosThe Dallas Cowboys Had To Keep Winning During The Absence of Elliott, As Quarterback Dak Prescott (#4) Hands The Ball Off To Alfred Morris (#46).

Then in 2017, instead of  “Getting-Down” or Feeling Sorry for Himself, Morris “Got-Fired-Up” and he got Rewarded for staying Positive. He stayed ahead of  McFadden as the Backup for Elliott and he then got Rewarded as he Became The Dallas Cowboy Starting Running Back in Week #10, when Elliott began Serving a Six-Game Suspension. In Fact, In the Absence of the 2016 Rushing Champ, Morris was Fabulous.

Then in Another Incredible “Turn-of-Events” and on Thursday Night NFL Football on National TV, in Week #13, Morris Faced his Former Team, The Washington Redskins. In that Incredible Game, Morris Rushed for 127-Yards in a Dramatic 38-14 Dallas Cowboys Victory.

Although Morris was Dominant During The Absence of Elliott, in Game #16, He Returned to a Dallas Cowboys Backup-Role. During This Period, Morris was The Dallas Cowboys Leading Rusher, Rushing for 430-Yards on 99 Carries with a 4.3-Yards Per Carry Average. Overall, in 2017, Morris Rushed for 547-Yards on 115 Carries and a 4.8-Yards Per Carry Average.

Although Morris had a Great Season, in 2017, during The Absence of Elliott, The Dallas Cowboys Did Not Re-Sign him at the End of the Season. 

To Most Football Players, in The NFL, after Dominating The Rushing Game for The Dallas Cowboys and Helping Them To-Win, it would be Very Heart-Breaking and Disgusting that They would not Try to Re-Sign him after his Great Leadership and Professionalism, On-And-Off of The Football Field, and also Being The Dallas Cowboys Hero in The Absence of Elliott.

Alfred Morris Earned The Re-Signing by The Cowboys, but he has had Various Setbacks before and he Confidently Overcame All-Of-Them.
And, Alfred Morris Re-Signed With The Dallas Cowboys! 

ATTENTION: ALL HIGH SCHOOL ALL-AMERICANS, SUPER ELITE TOP-GUN COMBINE CAMP PLAYERS, and LESTINI FREE AGENT COMBINE CAMP PLAYERS – NEVER GIVE-UP YOUR DREAMS!

 All Players That Were Involved in The Three Incredible Combines and Camps, Especially The Latest 2018 Lestini Free Agent Combine-Camp, Please Contact Me and Also John and Mary Lestini so we can Promote You.

If you Have Signed with a Semi-Pro or Pro Team, please let us know, because there are Currently some CFL and Arena Pro Football Teams that are Still Looking for Players.

Max

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New Dallas Cowboy Leighton Vander Esch Is Sensational Tackling Freak! By Super Scout Max Emfinger


New Dallas Cowboys Leighton Vander Esch Is A Sensational Tackling Freak!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

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Who is this New Dallas Cowboys Freak on Defense? 

Leighton Vander Esch (#38) is a Former Walk-On from a very Small Town in Idaho named Riggins with a Population of 406. He was an Eight-Man Football Super-Star at Salmon River High School where he Led his Salmon River High School Team to Four High School State Championships in Football and Basketball in 2013 and 2014. In 2014, as a Senior, in Basketball, he Averaged an Amazing 29.4 Points Per Game in The Hoops.

In Eight-Man Football, Every Player is Eligible To-Catch a Pass except The Three Offensive Lineman. With this in mind, The Outside Linebackers also played Cornerback and this is one of The Reasons that Vander Esch is so Versatile and Athletic.

After The Four State Championships and Leading his Two Senior Football and Basketball Teams to State Championships and after hearing Folk-Stories about This Guy from Riggins, Idaho Vander Lech was Offered a Chance To-Go to Boise State as a Walk-On. The Boise State Coaches had Absolutely No-Clue what they were getting when Vander Esch Showed-Up on The Boise State Campus, but they were Extremely Fascinated with their new Prospect.

As a Sophomore, in 2016, Vander Esch was limited to only Six Games due to injuries, but he Recorded 27 Tackles with One Quarterback Sack for a Minus 7-Yards and 3.5 Tackles for a Loss for a Minus 11-Yards; plus he also had One Forced Fumble and an Interception.

Then in 2017, as a Junior, Vander Esch was Sensational as he Won The Mountain West Defensive Player of the Year Award and he was also The Broncos Team Captain. In that Sensational 2017 Junior Season, Vander Esch Recorded an Incredible 141 Tackles, getting 91 Solo Tackles and 50 Assisted Tackles. He also Recorded 8.5 Tackles for a Loss for a Minus 50-Yards and he had 4 Quarterback Sacks for another Minus 43-Yards.

If this was not enough, Vander Lsch Recorded 3 Interceptions for a Minus 47-Yards, had 4 Forced Fumbles 4 Pass Breakups, and 1 Quarterback Hurry.

Then, in an Incredible Championship Game, Vander Esch was also the Mountain West Championship Game MVP as he Recorded an Unbelievable 16 tackles and Ended his Career with another Unbelievable Game-Winning and Game-Sealing Interception. 

In his Incredible Bronco Football Career, Vander Esch Recorded 188 Tackles with 128 Solo Tackles, 13 Tackles for a Loss, Five Sacks, Four Interceptions and Four Forced Fumbles.

Boise State Super-Star Leighton Vander Esch is a Real Tackling-Freak and he  was also an NFL Scouting Combine Super Freak. The NFL Scouts Really Like his Incredible High Motor, Athleticism, Versatility, and Aggressive Style of Play in Crucial Plays and Crucial Situations on Defense. These Athletic and Aggressive Abilities make Vander Esch an Incredible and Sensational Run-Stopping Inside Linebacker.

Why does The NFL have a Massive NFL Scouting Combine, just before the Huge Annual NFL Draft and The Reason is Very Simple! In many Cases, The Annual Scouting Combine is the First Time that The NFL Scouts Really-Get “Accurate Measurables” on The Draftable NFL Players before The NFL Draft. It’s always easy to say someone can run a 4.4 or a 4.3 Forty, but before an Accurate Hand-Held Timing by an NFL Talent Scout is done, most Forty Times are not Accurate. 

One of the reasons, in the past, that The Dallas Cowboys were always successful in The NFL Draft was because their Philosophy was always that they had more information on every player in The Draft and they were always able to make a more Valid Decision on each Draftable Player before The NFL Draft, based on all of his Measurable Information.

When I was a Talent Scout with The Dallas Cowboys in 1975-76, I was Asked by Head Coach Tom Landry to Coordinate a Dallas Cowboys Team Project and The Project was To Rate and Rank Every current NFL Player, so we could Develop an Offense and Defense Flip Chart to use in Preparation for our Next NFL Game and All of these NFL Player Ratings were Based on Their Scouting Combine or our Individual Measurables.

At The 2018 NFL Scouting Combine, Vander Esch ran an Outstanding 4.65 in the Forty, which is Really Good for an Inside Linebacker, but in the other Speed and Quickness Measurables, Vander Lsch was Sensational for his Position as he Did an Incredible 39.5-Inch Vertical Jump, Ran an Incredible 4.15 in The Pro Shuttle, and Did another Incredible 124-Inch Standing Broad Jump. In The Strength Measurable, Vander Esch did an Outstanding 20 Reps of 225-Pounds on The Bench Press.

This Former Bronco has Excellent Vision and he is an Exceptional Tackler when stopping Ball Carriers from getting the Extra Yardage. Vander Esch is also an Excellent Defender in Pass Coverage and he has Great Speed in Back-Peddling for his Tremendous Size. Vander Esch is Super Athletic and Versatile enough to play any of the Linebacker Positions.

SIDENOTEIn another Unbelievable Dallas Cowboys Draft Move: After Vander Esch was Taken in The Overall #19 Selection, they also Picked-Up The Boise State Super-Star Wide Receiver Cedric Wilson.

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Cedric Wilson, Jr was also another Unbelievable Player in The Boise State Championship Season and he Recorded a School-Record 1,511-Yards Receiving as a Senior; 2,640-Yards in his Career; and Finished as the #7 Receiver in Boise State History.

Cedric Wilson, Jr (#1) Follows in the footsteps of his Father, Cedrick Wilson, Sr who was taken in The NFL Sixth Round and 169 Overall and Played Seven Seasons in The NFL.

Wilson (6-2, 197, 4.55, 37, 4.23, 121, 9) was also Outstanding at The NFL Scouting Combine. He ran a Good 4.55 Forty and had an Outstanding 4.23 Pro Shuttle in The Speed Measurables; while his 37-Inch Vertical Jump and 121-Inch Standing Broad Jump were Exceptional for his Wide Receiver Position in Quickness and Twitch-Muscle Measurables.

2017 COLLEGE FOOTBALL MVP’S
OF THE WEEK
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

Scouting Notes I: During The 2017 Football SeasonThe Super Scout Selected a Weekly Most Valuable Player Awards Team Each Week and Some of The New Dallas Cowboys Draft Choices made Several Weekly Selections. The Player had to be on THE WINNING TEAM to Qualify for The Weekly MVP Award.

Scouting Notes II: The Standards for Each Position to Qualify for The Weekly MVP Award Were As Follows: OFFENSE Quarterbacks: Must have 400-Yards; All-Purpose Backs: Must have 200-Yards; Wide Receivers: Must have 175-Yards; Running Backs: Must have 175-Yards. DEFENSE – Linemen and Linebackers: Must have 10 Solo Tackles, Two Sacks or Two Turnovers; and Defensive Backs: Must have Two Interceptions or Two Turnovers.

WEEK #3

In Game #3, Boise State and New Dallas Cowboys Middle Linebacker Leighton Vander Esch Recorded 12 Tackles, 7 Solo Tackles, 1 Sack, and 1 Forced Fumble in a 28-14 Victory over New Mexico.

WEEK #5

In Game #5, Colorado State and New Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver Michael Gallup (#4) Recorded 8 Catches for 212-Yards and a Touchdown in a 51-21 Victory over Hawaii.

Gallup (6-1, 205, 4.51, 36, 4.37, 122, 10) is a Pass-Catching Freak. After Starring at Butler Community College, he became an All-American Super-Star and a Fred Biletnikoff Award Finalist at Colorado State.

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WEEK #6

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In Game #6, Western Kentucky and New Dallas Cowboys Quarterback  Mike White (#14) Tied a Career-High Passing Record as he Completed 33 of 47 Passes for 398-Yards and 5 Touchdowns as he led his Western Kentucky to  a 45-14 Victory over Charlotte. White (6-5, 224, 5.09. 27, 4.4, 96) also ran for a 2-Yard Touchdown, giving him 400-Yards of All-Purpose Yards and 6 Touchdowns in The Victory.

WEEK #7

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In Game #7Colorado State and New Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver Michael Gallup Recorded 13 Catches for an Incredible 263-Yards and 3 Touchdowns in a 44-42 Colorado State Victory against Nevada.

Gallup (#84) was a Senior Bowl Standout as he Caught 3 Passes for 60-Yards and he was Outstanding in Practice all week and had all of  The NFL Scouts Buzzing about his Exceptional Rout Running and Tremendous Hands.

Gallup might not make fans forget Dez Bryant, but he is what The Dallas Cowboys Offense needs right now. At Colorado State, this Unbelievable, Acrobatic Pass-Catcher Showed a Tremendous Ability in Creating-Separation and Unbelievable Great Pass Route-Running. Gallup Could  form a Quick Rapport with Dak Prescott and Become The Go-To Receiver. 

WEEK #10

In Game #10, for Boise State and Game #11, for Colorado State, Vander Esch Recorded 13 Tackles, 7 Solo Tackles, 1 Tackle for a Loss, 1 Pass Breakup, and 1 Forced Fumble that Resulted in a Game-Saving Fumble and Saved The Broncos The Game Winning Touchdown. Colorado State Scored to go ahead with 2:58 Left in the Game, but New Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver Cedric Wilson Recovered the Ensuing Onside-Kick and five plays later, The Broncos Quarterback Threw a 6-Yard Touchdown Pass to tie The Score at 52-52 with 57 Seconds Left in The Game, To-Force an Overtime.

WEEK #11

In Game #11, Western Kentucky and New Dallas Cowboys Quarterback Mike White Completed 39 of 54 Passes for 485-Yards and 5 Touchdowns in a 41-38 Shoot-Out Western Kentucky Victory with Middle Tennessee.

White Split Two College Careers with South Florida and Western Kentucky and in the Process, White Started 42 Games over the Four Years. In those Four Years, White Passed for 11,262-Yards and 74 Touchdowns with 31 Interceptions. This Yardage Total was Second in The Country over that Period of Time. In his Last Seven Games with Western Kentucky, White Passed for at least 300-Yards and he also had 22 Touchdown Passes.

White joined his Future Dallas Cowboys Teammate, Michael Gallup, as a Senior Bowl Standout.

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White (#14was also Sensational in The Senior Bowl as he Completed 8 of 11 Passes for 128-Yards and a 14-Yard Touchdown Pass in The First Quarter to Central Florida and New Saints Wide Receiver Tre’Quan Smith. In the First Quarter, Senior Bowl South Quarterback White was Unbelievable on This Touchdown as he Froze The Safety in the Center of The Field for a Few Seconds while Slot Receiver Smith Sneaked Down The Left Sideline and then White Looked-Over To-The-Left and Hit him on a 14-Yard Touchdown Pass. This was in the First Quarter and it Set-The-Pace for a 45-16 South Senior Bowl Victory.

WEEK #11

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In Game #11The University of Texas and New Dallas Cowboys Offensive Lineman Connor Williams (#55) Upset #24 West Virginia by a 28-14 Score, as The Longhorns Piled-Up 233-Yards Rushing which was The Most Yards Rushing since it Gained 406-Yards against San Jose State in The Second Game of the Season. Connor Williams (6-5, 296, 5.05,34, 4.63, 112, 26) was Returning for his First Game, after a Seven-Game Rest after a Knee Injury.

Connor Williams is a Tremendous Run-Blocker and he was a Freshman All-American in 2015 as well as an Honorable Mention Big-12 All-Conference Selection by Big-12 Head Coaches. Williams is an Outstanding Blocker in The Run-Game and he has Great Agility in The Passing Game as Demonstrated by his Incredible 34-Inch Vertical Jump and 4.63 in The Pro Shuttle.

In 2016, as a Sophomore, Williams Earned an Unbelievable Consensus First-Team All-American and All Big-12 First-Team All-Conference, as he Started 11 of 12 Games at Offensive Left Tackle. His Junior Year, in 2017, was marred by injury, but he was able To-Start his First Three Games and his Final Two Games, including The West Virginia Game. With his Great Quickness and Agility, The Dallas Cowboys Like him as an All-Pro Offensive Left Guard.

WEEK #13

In Game #13, and in The Fresno State Conference Championship Game, Vander Esch Recorded 16 Tackles, 10 Solo Tackles, 1 Interception, 1 Forced Fumble, and 1 Pass Breakup; while Cedric Wilson Caught 8 Passes for 198-Yards in the 17-14 Championship Game Victory.

WEEK #14

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In Game #14, and in The Las Vegas Bowl Game, both Leighton Vander Esch and Cedric Wilson were MVP’s in The 38-28 Boise State Victory over Oregon.

In That Game, Vander Esch Recorded 12 Tackles, 10 Solo Tackles, 3 Tackles for a Loss, 1.5 Sacks, and 1 Forced Fumble as The Defensive MVP of the Las Vegas Bowl Game; while Cedric Wilson Caught 10 Passes for 221-Yards and a Touchdown as The Offensive MVP of the Las Vegas Bowl Game.

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After The 2017 Football Season, Wide Receiver Cedric Wilson (#1) was Selected to The Super Scout All-Bowl First Team All-Bowl Offense Team and Middle Linebacker Leighton Vander Esch (#38) was Selected to The First Team All-Bowl Defense Team.

Vander Esch was Profiled by NFL Scouts as a Middle or Inside linebacker, but he has the Skill-Set and Athleticism to line up at any Linebacker or Rush End Position in a 4-3 or 3-4 Defense and Play that Position Extremely Well. He has the Great Quickness and Agility to make plays from Sideline-to-Sideline that is Required by an Inside Linebacker, but at Boise State, his primary Position was that on the Weak Side of the Football Playing Field and Away from the Tight End. 

Dallas Cowboys Owner, Jerry Jones, gave Leighton Vander Lsch an Unexpected Helicopter Ride to “The Star” in Frisco, Texas, The Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters.

The Dallas Cowboys is where I have always wanted To-Play, since Day-One of this Process,” said Vander Lsch. “The Fact that it came true, just made it that much more Surreal!”

“We Love Him,” said Dallas Cowboys Head Coach Jason Garrett. “We got to know him during The Draft Process and our Scouts and Coaches were excited about him Right-From-The-Start.”

“Everybody we talked to, kind of said the same thing, that he is the Kind of Young Man and kind of Player that we saw on his Highlight Tape, and the more we got to know him, The More We Liked Him. 

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Leighton Vander Esch Super Measurables: (6-4, 256, 4.65, 39.5, 4.15, 124, 30)

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South Florida Super Sleepers for 2018 NFL Draft! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

SOUTH FLORIDA SUPER SLEEPERS
FOR 2018 NFL Draft!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

South Florida Head Coach Charlie Strong, a Long-Time Friend, with Super Edge Rusher Mike Love.

The Unbelievable 2017 South Florida Bulls Football Team was Sensational Under their First Year, New Head Coach and Longtime Friend, Charlie StrongThe Bulls Play all of their Home Games at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.  The Bulls competed as members of the East Division in the American Athletic Conference in Division I College Football and they Finished with a Phenomenal 10–2 Record and with a Great 6–2 Record  in AAC Conference Play and Finished Second in the East Division.

With such a Great 2017 Football Season, The Bulls were invited Again To-Play in The Birmingham Bowl, after they had Defeated South Carolina in The 2016 Birmingham Bowl and then they Defeated The Powerful Texas Tech Red Raiders,  from the Distinguished and Celebrated Big-12 Conference.

The Bulls and Red Raiders were Pitted Against Each Other in an Offensive Air Raid Passing Battle and The Bulls Edged The Red Raiders by a close 38-34 Score. In the Game, The Bulls Super Quarterback, Quinton Flowers, Passed for 311-Yards and 4 Touchdowns, while running for another 102-Yards and another Touchdown. This gave Flowers 415-Yards of Total Offense and 5 Touchdowns while The Red Raiders Super Quarterback Nic Shimonek Passed for 416-Yards and 3 Touchdowns.

Both The Bulls and The Red Raiders have a Multitude of Incredible Players who Have Been and are Still Flying Under The Radar for most all of  The NFL Teams and NFL Scouts. I have Evaluated all of these South Florida and Texas Tech Players and there are some Unbelievable Super Offensive and Defensive Freaks on both Teams.

I have also been working on a Top Defensive Linemen List and a Super Sleeper Top 75 Defensive Lineman List to go with it for about a week and it should Come-Out on Wednesday before The NFL Draft Starts on Thursday.

There are Three South Florida Defensive Line Players that I have already included on This List, including Defensive Nose Tackle Deadrin Senat (6-0, 314, 5.16, 26, 4,79, 100, 35) on the Top Defensive Line Team and Super Edge Rusher Mike Love and Super Defensive Tackle and Nose Tackle Bruce Hector (6-2, 299, 4.98, 33.5, 4.69, 108, 26).

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 In 2016, Super Defensive Lineman Bruce Hector (#60) played in all 13 Games and started 12 Games, having been injured in the week leading up to the Syracuse Game and in that Game, he only Appeared as a reserve. With Love, still Recovering from his Injuries, Hector was arguably The Bulls best Defensive Lineman, making 33 Tackles and 8 Tackles for a Loss. He also tied for The team lead with six sacks, including 1.5 each against East Carolina and SMU, and two in the bowl win over South Carolina.

In the 2017 Football Season, Super Sleeper Bruce Hector Recorded 13 Tackles for a Loss and 7 Quarterback Sacks, while Nose Guard Senat Recorded 10.5 Tackles for a Loss and 6 Quarterback Sacks.

Super Sleeper EDGE RUSHER Mike Love (6-4, 256, 4.72, 35, 4.52, 24) Recorded 10.5 Tackles for a Loss and 5.5 Quarterback Sacks. Love plays with an Incredible High Motor and an Above Average Skill-Set as a Pass-Rusher, but he and Hunter are Flying Under The Radar. Senat is being Looked-At by The NFL Scouts as a Third or Fourth Round Draft Choice, because of his Great Strength and Quickness.

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Love (#98) is Under the Radar, because of a Relative Lack of Overall Production and a Lack of Super Stats, but The Main Reason is because of Tragic Injuries and Operations on both knees and a Broken Right Foot, during his Early Football-Time as a South Florida Football Player.

In 2013, as a True Freshman, he was Injured in The Season Opener and then was Red-Shirted to save his Eligibility and due to recovering from the Injury, Love only Suited-Up for only Three Games in 2014.

In 2015, Love was Still Recovering from his injuries, but he Played in 12 Games and had 10 Tackles with 1.5 Tackles for a Loss; plus a Quarterback Sack on Florida State Quarterback Everett Golson.

Then in the 2016 Season, Love was well and he Started to Dominate and he was Given The Exclusive Position of “The Bull-Pass Rushing Position” and This Exclusive Position was to Actually be The Edge Rusher and To Put-Pressure on The Quarterback and Make a Quarterback Sack on him. In The Offensive Battle in The 2016 Birmingham Bowl Against South Carolina, Love Made The Winning Quarterback Sack on The Final Play of the Game that Caused a Fumble that The Bulls Recovered to Win The Game.

In that 2o16 Football Season, Love was Still battling his Injuries, but he Recorded 20 Solo Tackles, 7 Tackles for a Loss,and  3 Quarterback Sacks. Against Powerhouse Florida State, and “Feeling-Healthy”, Love Recorded an Amazing 4 Tackles for a Loss.   

In 2017, Love was Still Recovering from all of his injuries, but he Still Recorded 28 Tackles, including 18 Solo Tackles. Love also Recorded 10.5 Tackles for a Loss and 5.5 Quarterback Sacks, 3 Pass Breakups, and 3 Quarterback Hurries, in 12 Games. In a Couple Healthy Games and Feeling-Good. Love Recorded 4 Tackles Against Central Florida and 2 Quarterback Sacks Against Temple.

While Love only Recorded 5.5 Quarterback Sacks and 10.5 Tackles for a Loss, When Healthy, he displays an Uncanny Quickness and Ability to Rush The Passer and make The Play. Love uses quick and and an unbelievable, effective Hands to play around Would-Be Blockers. Love also has Great Size, Great Quickness, Great Athleticism, and an Unbelievable Motor going at Full Speed on Every Single Play to make The Play.

Two More Very Important things to Remember about Love is that at The Bulls Pro Day, he worked-out at Linebacker and Demonstrated an Incredible Ability to also be able to Play that position. All of The Various, Excited NFL Scouts were also very Impressed with his Uncanny Ability to Catch Passes, while working-out at Linebacker and the ability to play Outside Linebacker, along with being a Rush Linebacker in a 4-3 Defense.

Love was an Outstanding Wide Receiver at Clearwater Countryside High School in Florida before he Decided that he liked Defensive End better where he loved making tackles on Running Backs and Quarterbacks.

South Florida Cornerback Deatrick Nichols Is Another Mike Love Teammate and Joins Him On Defense as Another Super Sleeper Freak On Defense!

Super Sleeper Cornerback Deatrick Nichols (5-9, 185, 4.32, 37, 4.18, 127, 15) had a Sensational South Florida Pro Day and he Impressed a lot of The NFL Scouts and Coaches.

There were 28 out of 32 NFL Teams and NFL Scouts that were Represented at The Bulls South Florida Exciting Pro Day, including several NFL Defensive Line Coaches to View and Evaluate Rush End Mike Love, Nose Tackle Deadrin Senat, and Defensive Tackle Bruce Hector.

Highly Underrated Super Sleeper Cornerback Deatrick Nichols (#3) had an Unbelievably Incredible South Florida Pro Day, after having a Terrific Week of Practice at The Shrine Bowl Game. Nichols actually Looked Fantastic as he was Clocked in the Low 4.3’s in The Forty which had all of The NFL Scouts Buzzing. Nichols also did an Outstanding 4.18 in The Pro Shuttle, a 37-Inch Vertical Jump and a 127-Inch Standing Broad Jump. Nichols, then was Unbelievably Outstanding in The Pro Day Drills and The NFL Scouts were even more Impressed.

Cornerback Deatrick Nichols, along with EDGE Rush End Mike Love and Defensive Tackle Bruce Hector Will be an Unbelievable Steal for Some NFL Team on the last day of  The NFL Draft!

Nuff Said! 

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Arden Key Could Become The Surprise Of The 2018 NFL Draft! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

Arden Key Could Become The Surprise Of The 2018 NFL Draft!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

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LSU Potential Super-Star Arden Key was a Sensational Defensive End and Outside Linebacker in 2016 when he was a Devastating Pass-Rusher and he could be another Devastating Pass-Rusher again in The NFL.

Key was Primed and Ready to become an All-American and a #1 Draft Choice in The NFL in 2017. Key Started his Final Nine Games as a True Freshman in 2015 when he Recorded 5 Quarterback Sacks and 6.5 Tackles for a Loss. Then as a Sophomore in 2016, Key had an Incredible and Amazing Year for The LSU Tigers as he Recorded 56 Tackles, including 12 Quarterback Sacks, 14.5 Tackles for a Loss, and 3 Forced Fumbles. Key also Recorded 2 Quarterback Sacks in The Citrus Bowl.

In that Incredible True Freshman Season, on The Season Opener, and on The First Snap of his College Career, Key Sacked Mississippi State Quarterback Dak Prescott. Key was Pretty Sensational in his 2015 Freshman Season and he Ended The Year by being Selected to the Freshman All-American Team and this All-American had all of The NFL Scouts in a Buzz.

I watched every single LSU Game in 2016 and I thought that Arden Key was a Defensive Freak. Another thing that was also Amazing about Key was that LSU was so dominant, Key and the rest of the Defensive Starters only played about Half of the Game in Several Games. They Finished 8-4 and although they Changed Head Coaches after four games, they Finished 5-3 in The SEC and 13th in The Country in The AP Poll.

After his Great Season in 2016, Key took-off some time away from The LSU Football Program in the Spring of 2017,  for Personal Reasons, but then he Returned in The Summer. He, then had Surgery on his Shoulder in the Off-Season which caused him To -Miss his First Two Games as a Junior in 2017.

Although Key missed his First two game in 2017, he  was Still Named to The Butkus Dick Award Watch List that goes to the Best Linebacker in The Country after he Set the LSU Single-Season with 12 Sacks and 11 Quarterback Hurries.

Key also Missed Two other games in 2017 with a Finger Injury, so he only Played in 8 Games. Although he had a rather disappointing year with only 33 Tackles, 4 Sacks, and 5.5 Tackles for a Loss, he still made a couple Fantastic Plays that brought back some Memories of The Old Arden Key in 2015 and 2016.

After watching Key play for the Three seasons, it is Really Obvious that he was a Little Overweight in 2017 after coming-back from Injuries and he was obviously not in Condition. Key can very easily get back on Track to becoming a Sensational EDGE-Rusher and a #1 Draft Choice in The NFL. Key also has the Unbelievable Potential to become a Starting 3-4 EDGE Rusher or a Designated Pass-Rusher in a 4-3 Defense.

Over the Last Decade, The NFL has become a Passing League and Unbelievable Passing Offenses and Schemes have replaced the Ole “Three Yards and a Cloud of Dust” Offenses from The Past.  To counteract these Passing Schemes, Top Pass Rushers are more Important to NFL Teams and NFL Team Owners than any other Position, other than a QuarterbackVon Miller is a Prime Example and Arden Key Might become The Next All-Pro EDGE Rusher.

Defensive Linemen Divided Into Four Categories!

Over the Years, the Defensive Line Position has Evolved into several different positions. In a 3-4 or a 5-2 Defense, The Defensive Nose Guard or Nose Tackle, or sometimes Called The Middle Guard plays Directly over the Offensive Center and in a 5-2 or 3-4 Defense, The Defensive Tackles play Directly over the Offense Tackles.

In a Typical 3-4 Defense, The Nose Tackles are “Big-Wide Bodies who can hold the Point of Attack and Force Two Offensive Linemen to Double Team him with the Offensive Guard and Center.  They are also usually the Heaviest Players on the Roster, weighing in the 320 to 350 Pound Range. Height is Important, but Typical Nose Tackles are 6-3, 6-2, or 6-1-Inches Tall or Below.

In a Typical 4-3 Defense, both Defensive Ends are at a Down Position and with The Rush End in a 5 Technique, on the Outside Shoulder of The Offensive Tackle. The Strong Side Defensive End or Strong Side End is Lined-Up on The Tight End side. This Defensive End is Typically the Bigger, Stronger, and more Physically Gifted End of the two Defensive Ends, as he may be seeing blocks from either the Tight End, Right Offensive Tackle or Guard, and Fullback or a combination of two of those players.

The “Weak Side Defensive End” or “Rush End” is The Blind-Side Pass-Rusher against a Right-Handed Passing Quarterback and he usually is a Speedy, Athletic, and One of the Best Players on the Football Team. This Super Defensive End has Recently been given a New name of EDGE Rush End.

Arden Key Dropped 12 Pounds For The Scouting Combine And Runs A Great 4.25 Pro Schuttle.

In the 2018 NFL Scouting Combine, Arden Key Dropped about 12 Pounds for The Scouting Combine and he had maintained that weight for The LSU Pro Day. Key said he lost the weight with the goal of improving his 40 Time with plans to beef back up to 250 pounds by the time he reports to an NFL Mini-Camp. His ideal 40 Time was a 4.6, but he said that he was not discouraged and that some of The NFL Scouts had Clocked him at a 4.68 Forty.

In Indianapolis, Key ran a Great 4.25 in the Pro Shuttle, showing that he still has a Great and Freaky Quickness and Indicating that he is capable of running a much faster Forty.  His 31-Inch Vertical Jump was not Exceptional, but it was Outstanding for a Defensive End.

One of the teams with the interest in Key is The New Orleans SaintsKey said he met with The Saints at The Scouting Combine and then had Dinner with them  and will meet again with them before flying out to meet with The Cincinnati Bengals.

In Conclusion!

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Super EDGE Rusher Arden Key could become an Unbelievable, Dynamic EDGE Rush Defender with the Uncanny Ability to take over an NFL Game and help Neutralize an All-Pro and Franchise Passing Quarterback. The only way to Stop this Type of Quarterback is To Completely Dominate The Pass Rush at the Point of Attack. Key could be that Game-Changer and a Defensive EDGE Rusher Franchise Player if he is able to Focus on being the Best Football Player that he can possibly be.

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2018 NFL DRAFT 65 SPECIAL SLEEPERS By Super Scout Max Emfinger

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2018 NFL DRAFT 65 SPECIAL SLEEPERS
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

All of These Special Sleepers were Evaluated with a “Little-Different” Process than All of The Top NFL Players, because some of These Special Sleepers would Rate Higher than These Top Rated NFL Players.

We will Start with a Defensive Freak Named Kendall Donnerson of SE Missouri State who Competed with Saquan Barkley who Broke The MEARS RATING RECORD at The 2018 Scouting Combine. 

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At Southeast Missouri State, The Incredible Athletic Trio of EDGE Rusher Kendall Donnerson, CB Mike Ford, and OLB Chad Meredith were not invited to The Scouting Combine, but they were Unbelievably Athletic at some Various Amazing Pro Days at some Off-Campus Pro DaysAll three Players did Off-Campus Pro Days, with Donnerson and Ford at Missouri Western Pro Day and Meredith at Louisville Pro Day.

Donnerson decided to “Stand-On”  his Missouri Western Pro Day Incredible Measurables while Ford decided to go “Full-Speed”  again at SEMO. Ford (5-11, 190) Recorded a 4.4 Forty; a 4.15 Pro Shuttle; a 40-Inch Vertical Jump; and an Incredible 132-Inch Standing Broad Jump.

Super EDGE Rusher Donnerson (6-3, 249) Ran a 4.43 Forty; did a 40-Inch Vertical Jump; a 4.37 Pro Shuttle; did a 131-Inch Standing Broad Jump; and 20 Reps on The Bench Press. His Forty, Vertical Jump, Pro Shuttle, and Standing Broad Jump are All Numbers that would have led all of The EDGE Rushers at The 2018 NFL Scouting Combine; which has The Attention of Most All of The NFL Scouts.

Donnerson is Probably a “Little-Raw” but with Incredible Athletic Talent to Help any NFL Football Team Better with his First Game. Projected as a Free Agent which is Laughable.

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Brigham Young Super-Star Wide Receiver Jonah Trinnaman (#3 In Photo) is hoping that he will get the The Call from One of The NFL Teams on NFL Draft Day, on April 26-28 and although he did not get an Invite to NFL The Scouting Combine, he “Put-Up” some “Mind-Boggling” Measurables at The BYU Pro Day“I think The Bears had me at a 4.25 in the Forty,” Trinnaman said in a Pro Day Interview. Trinnaman also said that The Bears took him out to Dinner after his Pro Day.

If Trinnaman had been Invited to The NFL Scouting Combine and ran his Official 4.26 Forty, he would have been the Fastest Player at The Combine. Top 50 Cornerback Denzel Ward of Ohio State; Donte Jackson of LSU; and Parry Nickerson of Tulane ran a 4.32 Forty and were the Fastest Players at The Combine.

Trinnaman began his College Career at Snow Junior College in Utah and in 2015, he was Selected to The NJCAA First-Team All-America Special Teams as an Unbelievable Kick Returner as he Returned Three Kickoffs for a Touchdown, including a 99-Yard Return for Touchdown.

Seven Other Sensational Super Speedy Sleeper Ball-Catchers!

There were an Incredible Seven Other Unbelievable and Amazing Wide Receivers who were not Invited to The 2018 Scouting Combine, but they Recorded some “Mind-Boggling” and Incredible Measurables and are Leaders on our SUPER SPECIAL SLEEPERS TEAM. Those Seven Other Wide Receivers that were Fabulous on Their Pro-Day included Jeff Badet of Oklahoma; Daurice Fountain of Northern Iowa; Justin Watson of Penn; Derrick Willies of Texas Tech; Cameron Batson of Texas Tech; Sneed Blacknall of Penn State; and then; Deontez Alexander of Franklin.

Then on Ball State Pro Day, a Young Man from Franklin College, by the Name of Deontez Alexander, Showed-Up for their Pro Day, to the Total-Delight of all of The NFL Scouts and Ball State Players and Coaches. Franklin College is a Division III School located in Franklin, Indiana. At The Ball State Pro Day, Alexander (6-2, 196) Shocked The NFL Scouts with some Incredible Speed and Jumping Measurables, including a 4.35 Forty and a 4.1 Shuttle Speed Measurables; plus a 37.5-Inch Vertical Jump and a 130-Inch Standing Broad Jump his Athletic and Jumping Measurables.

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In his Two Seasons with the Grizzlies, Alexander (#3) was Pretty Incredible as he Recorded 114 Catches for 2,133-Yards with 33 Touchdowns and an Outstanding 18.7-Yards Per Catch Average. In 2017, Alexander Recorded 50 Catches for 1,133-Yards and 18 Touchdowns and an Incredible 22.6-Yards Per Catch Average.

Before The Pro Day Combine, Alexander was Probably going to be a Un-Draftable Free Agent, but after The Pro Day Combine, he was able to Highly Impress several NFL Teams and NFL Scouts, including The Green Bay Packers, The San Francisco 49ers, The Denver Broncos, The Cleveland Browns, The Indianapolis Colts, The Jacksonville Jaguars, The Baltimore Ravens, The Detroit Lions, and The Oakland Raiders.

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Super-Star Inside Linebacker Matthew Thomas (#13) is an Athletic Freak and it’s impossible for me to believe that he would be Projected To Be Drafted in the Sixth or Seventh Round of  The NFL Draft. Thomas ran a 4.44 at The Florida State Pro Day after he had run a 4.29 Pro Shuttle at The Scouting Combine and he now has all of The NFL Scouts Buzzing.

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Leon Jacobs (#32) was Outstanding on his Highlight Film and he was Invited to The Scouting Combine where he was One of The Most Impressive Linebackers. His 4.48 in The Forty Ranked Second in Linebackers behind Shaquen Griffin and his Famous 4.38 and his 26 Reps on the Bench Press Tied for Third Among all Edge-Rushers. It’s Difficult to Believe that Leon Jacobs would be Projected in Round #6.

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2018 SIXTY-FIVE SPECIAL SLEEPERS

# POS PLAYER               HT    WT   40   VJ  SH   SBJ BP College MEARS RATING
1  DE Kendall Donnerson 6-3, 250, 4.43, 40, 4.37, 131, 20 SEMO 2,800+ MEARS
1  EDGE Leon Jacobs 6-3, 246, 4.48, 34.5,  4.44,  122, 26, Wisconsin     2,800+MEARS
1  DT Bilal Nichols  6-3.5, 306, 4.95, 30.5, 4.49, 112,  29, Delaware  2,800+MEARS
1  WR Jonah Trinnaman 5-10, 192, 4.26, 41.5, 4.18, 144, 10, BYU 2,800+MEARS
1  ILB Matthew Thomas     6-3,   232,  4.44,  41.5,  4.28,    131,      FSU  2,800+MEARS
6  CB Christian Campbell 6-1, 195, 4.51, 41, 4.18, 135, 14, Penn State  2,796 MEARS
7  RB Mike Boone    5-10,  206,  4.44,  42,  4.28,  139,  25,  Cincy       2,795 MEARS
8  DE Antonio Simmons  6-2, 252, 4.51, 30.5, 4.31, 117, 30, GA Tech 2,795 MEARS
9  WR Deontez Alexander 6-2, 196, 4.36, 37.5, 41, 130, 15, Franklin  2,792 MEARS
10 WR Dylan Cantrell    6-3,   2264.44414.03, 135, 18   TXT     2,791 MEARS
11 CB Mike Ford            6-0194 4.4404.14 13213,     SEMO     2,790 MEARS
11 NG Mike Ramsey   6-1.5300 4.89 30, 4.5310631,  DUKE    2,790 MEARS
11 RB Boston Scott        5-71954.438.54.15, 121 21, LA Tech    2,790 MEARS
14 EDGE Ade Aruna        6-4.5,  262,   4.6,  38.5, 4.48, 128, 18, Tulane      2,789 MEARS
14 OC Evan Brown       6-2,  307,  4.97,  36,  4.52,  113,   36,      SMU    2,789 MEARS
16 NG Sebastian Joseph 6-32994.93, 31.5, 4.56, 112, 24, Rutgers 2,788 MEARS
16 OLB Zaire Franklin 6-0,  239,  4.5838,  4.22,  122,  30,    SYR     2,788 MEARS
16 OLB Mike Needham 6-3,  224,  4.53,  35,  4.45,  126, 20, So Utah  2,788 MEARS
16 DT Zach Sieler      6-5, 290, 4.78 304.5811931,  Ferris State  2,788 MEARS
20 OLB Chad Meredith  6-4, 251, 4.69, 35.5 4.3112118,  SEMO   2,787 MEARS
21 CB Keion Crossen 5-91784.3339.54.0113113, W Car      2,786 MEARS
21 NG P.J. Hall   6-13084.76,  28,  4.56,  116, 36, Sam Houston St   2,786 MEARS
23 ILB Quentin Poling 6-0.5235,  4.58,  38,  4.22,  127,  24, Ohio    2,785 MEARS
24 FS Tarvarius Moore 6-1,  1994.3238.54.2,  133,  7,  S Miss     2,783 MEARS
24 SS Anthony Sherrils 5-11 204, 4.42, 35, 4.39, 121, 25, Missouri   2,783 MEARS
24 SS Troy Apike               6-1,  200,    4.34,  41,     4.03, 131,  16, Penn St   2,782 MEARS
26 EDGE Marcell Frazier 6-5 2564.633.54.46118, 25, Mizzou 2,782 MEARS
26 WR Damion Ratley  6-2 196,  4.39,  38 4.23,  124 12,  A&M     2,782 MEARS
28 WR Jeff Badet              6-0 178,   4.2739.5, 4.17131, 16  OU      2,781 MEARS
29 WR Daurice Fountain 6-1, 210, 4.46, 42.5, 4.26, 134, 14, N Iowa 2,780 MEARS
29 RB Ryan Green              5-10192,   4.41384.11 122,      FSU     2,780 MEARS
29 CB Emmanuel Moseley 5-11, 190, 4.42, 38.5, 4.03, 126, 21, TN   2,780 MEARS
32 WR Justin Watson    6-2.5215, 4.4240, 4.26, 124, 20    Penn    2,778 MEARS
32 CB Darious Williams 5-10 184 4.44394.2412213, UAB  2,778 MEARS
34 QB Peter Pujals           6-1,      213 4.6384.1116,    Holy Cross  2,776 MEARS
35 RB Gus Edwards   6-12294.5234.54.24123 17,  Rutgers  2,773 MEARS
35 OG Beau Nunn    6-33045.01314.9210728,   APP State   2,773 MEARS
35 QB  Chris Streveler 6-1.52094.5138.54.73,  125, S Dakota  2,773 MEARS
35 EDGE Joe Ostman    6-2, 282, 4.72, 36.5, 4.41, 122, 31, Cen Mich  2,773 MEARS
39 DE Sharif Finch        6-4,  251, 4.6,  31,   4.45,   117,   23,    Temple  2,772 MEARS
39 OC Austin Schlottman 6-52965.0304.76, 10832,  TCU    2,772 MEARS
41 EDGE John Franklin Myer 6-4, 283, 4.68, 33, 4.48, 113, 26, SFA 2,771 MEARS
42 NG Bruce Hector 6-2 299 4.9833.5, 4.69108, 26,  S Florida 2,770 MEARS
43 DE Andrew Ankrah 6-3, 2494.81334.46, 11820, J Madison  2,769 MEARS
44 SLOT Braxton Berrios  5-91844.42364.1811011, Miami 2,768 MEARS
45 FS Natrell Jamerson 5-11,  201,  4.4,  35.5,  4.27,  123, 25,    WIS      2,767 MEARS
46 ILB DJuan Hines   6-1,  2334.6537.5 4.31, 124, 15,  Houston  2,766 MEARS
47 OLB Dorian O’Daniel 6-1,  223,  4.58,  32,  4.07,  119,  21,    Clemson  2,766 MEARS
47 TE Andrew Vollert 6-5.5, 239, 4.54, 32.5, 4.09, 118, 15, Weber St 2,766 MEARS
49 QB John Wolford     5-11.5, 205, 4.72, 31, 4.18, 109,  Wake Forest 2,765 MEARS
50 OT Gerhard de Beer 6-6.5, 312, 5.12, 30.5, 4.72, 108, 35,  ARIZ   2,759 MEARS
50 FS Ryan Neal           6-2 1874.47, 37.54.2912715,  S Illinois  2,759 MEARS
52 QB Kyle Allen          6-3,   2104.71 28.5,  4.26,  113,       Houston  2,758 MEARS
52 NG Justin Jones     6-2,  309,  5.09,  29,  4.71,  104,  24,       NC State  2,758 MEARS
52 CB Deatrick Nichols 5-9.5,  185, 4.42, 37,  4.18,  127, 15,  S FLA     2,758 MEARS
55 OLB Travin Howard 6-02114.5335.54.2,  124, 20,   TCU      2,757 MEARS
55 OLB Jacob Martin     6-2236, 4.56, 34.5, 4.44, 121, 23, Temple   2,757 MEARS
57 OG DeJon Allen       6-2295 4.97, 3 0.5, 4.8211129, Hawaii   2,755 MEARS
57 SLOT Trenton Cannon 5-10, 185, 4.439.5, 4.04, 129, 17, VA St    2,755 MEARS
57 SLOT Kahlil Dawson 5-7 1774.3238.54.08, 122, 14, Port St     2,755 MEARS
60 WR Sneed Blacknall  6-2, 208, 4.37, 32.54.1912724, Penn St  2,751 MEARS
60  SS Tre Flowers          6-3, 202, 4.45, 34.5, 4.34, 122, 18, Okla State      2,751 MEARS
60 WR Derrick Willies      6-4207, 4.55, 41, 4.01, 134, 15,      TXT      2,751 MEARS
60 SLOT Cameron Batson 5-8,  175,  4.35,  39, 4.0,   124, 14,  TXT      2,751 MEARS
60 WR Reggie Bonnafon   6-2, 212, 4.53, 38, 4.33, 127, 20, LOUIS     2,751 MEARS

65 DE Marcus Martin 6-2, 250, 4.69, 35, 4.22, 116, 32, SlipperyRock 2,750 MEARS

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