The 2020 19th Annual John And Mary Jo Lestini Football Super Free Agent Tryout Camp And Combine Was On Saturday and Sunday!
January 30, 2020
By Super Scout Max Emfinger
The 2020 19th Annual John and Mary Jo Lestini Football Super Free Agent Tryout Camp and Combine Was Held on Saturday and Sunday of January 18 and 19. The Super Camp and Combine is Always Scheduled For The Saturday and Sunday, Just Before all of The NFL Scouts, The CFL Scouts, XFL Scouts, and Other Professional Football Scouts Make Their Way To Mobile, Alabama For The Annual College Football All-American Senior Bowl Game.
A Few Years Ago, We Had 56 Free Agent Players To Attend Our Lestini Football Super Free Agent Tryout Camp and Combine and We Also Had 48 Players a Couple of Years Ago. In 2019, We Had 28 Players To Attend Our Lestini Free Agent Tryout Camp and Combine and We Were Able To Help Most All of Them To-Achieve Some of Their Goals of Getting Either Into Professional Football or Back Into The NFL, CFL, XFL, or Some Other Semi-Pro Leagues, Including a Pro League in Europe.
It is Amazing To Me and All of My Lestini Coaching Staff That Literally Thousands of Free Agent Football Players Are Wanting To Get Into Professional Football, But They Do Not Come To The John and Mary Jo Lestini Camp and Combine and Let Us Help Them To Achieve Their Goals.
On Saturday Night, The Players Were Able To-Meet The Lestini Super Combine Coaches and I was able To-Meet Six of These Players. As all of The Players and Coaches Were Mulling-Around in The Hotel Lobby, some really Impressive Players Walked into The Hampton Hotel Lobby.
This Year, We Had Around 20-25 Free Agent Players Who Were Committed To Participate, but Due To The Cold Freezing Weather and a Couple Coaches and Agents That Let Us Down, Only 8 Players Were Able To-Participate This Year. Those Eight Players, However, Were Incredible and Highly Talented.
It Was An Incredible Camp, But On Sunday Afternoon, as I Was Driving Back Home To Plaquemine, Louisiana, I Reminisced About Almost The Entire Day of Helping Time The 40 and Pro-Shuttle Speed Measurables With The LSU Tigers Football Hall of Fame and Canadian Football Hall of Famer Ron Estay, Former Canadian Football Player Coach Dick Adams, Coach Andy Bryson, Passing Drills Coach Bill McWhorter, and Coach Marc McCartney.
The Super Combine Coaches!
CAMP CO-DIRECTORS JOHN and MARY JO LESTINI – At Their 19th Annual Lestini Group Free Agent Super Camp and Combine, Camp Directors John L. Lestini Jr and his Various Football Hall of Fame Wife Mary Jo Lestini, Are The Coordinators And Have Been Hosting This Free Agent Super Camp for 19 Years. This Super Camp and Combine Gives Former College and Former Pro Players, who might be “Flying Under The Radar” an Excellent Opportunity To-Show Our Coaches and Scouts what they can do and help them to get Themselves Into or Back Into The NFL, CFL, World Football League, Europe Football League, Arena Football League, or any Other of The New Developmental Football League which Are Always Starting Play.
COACH RON ESTAY – Coach Ron Estay was a Former Defensive Lineman for The Edmonton Eskimos of The Canadian Football League. After Graduating from The LSU Tigers Football in 1972, Estay was Drafted by The Denver Broncos in the 8th Round of The 1972 NFL Draft. After that 1972 NFL Draft, Estay moved to Canada and played for The British Columbia Lions in 1972 and then The Edmonton Eskimos from 1973 to 1982, and helped lead The Eskimos to Five Straight Canadian Grey Cup Championships from 1978 – 1982 as a Key Member of The “Alberta Crude” Defense. Coach Estay also played in 1983 for The Washington Federals of The USFL. Coach Estay is also a Former Defensive Line Coach of The Saskatchewan Roughriders.
COACH DICK ADAMS – Coach Dick Adams is The Lestini Camp Director and He Helped John Lestini and Mary Jo Lestini as they Founded The Lestini Free Agent Camp and Combine About 19-Years Ago. Coach Adams is Retired, Except for The Lestini Camp and Combine and he is a Former Canadian Football Player Who Played for The Ottawa Rough Riders From 1972-1976 and was a Member of The Rough Riders Canadian Grey Cup Championship in 1976. Coach Adams Intercepted 20 Passes for 370-Yards in His Five-Year Career. Coach Adams Played College Football at Miami of Ohio.
COACH ANDY BRYSON – Coach Andy Bryson Joined The US Military a Week after his High School Graduation so he could get his G.I. Bill and Earn a College Education. Then, after the 9-11 Attack on Our Country, Coach Bryson put his “Dreams-On-Hold” and Re-Enlisted for Another Four Years for His Country. Coach Bryson was also a Graduate Assistant For The LSU Tigers Under One of My Longtime Coaching Friends and Former LSU Tiger Recruiting Coordinator Sam Nader. More recently, Coach Bryson Founded a Company called The Louisiana Gridiron Football Magazine which gets a Million Hits a Day on Facebook. Coach Bryson has also Coached Three-Years in The Max Emfinger All-American Bowl Game Classic and he was a Guest Coach for The Hamilton Tigercats in The Canadian Football League. Recently, Coach Bryson Coached The Defensive Linemen For The Crescent City Kings in The Semi-Pro Developmental League. and is Currently Coaching #20 CB/WR Markus Conerly of The Bayou LaCombe Simi-Pro Cardinals Football Team.
Coach Andy Bryson (On The Right) is Interviewing Super Freak Quarterback James Tabary. Coach Bryson and His Louisiana Gridiron Football Magazine Staff Video-Taped Every Free Agent in The Lestini Super Combine.
The Lestini Super Combine Videos
By Coach Andy Bryson and Staff
#17 James Tabary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HOLgTKH9cOI
#18 Terrell Reginal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3nJPS2zAwQ
#19 Marcus Whitfield: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WSAKb3rgVTs
#25 Jacolby Maxwell: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8CcghfFCEe0
#20 Markus Conerly: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HOLgTKH9cOI
#23 Jacob Joffrion: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XSaElN8ROlk
#22 Isaac Claiborne: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HmOOlT7dQb8
#24 Jason Thomas: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mDIkIthonOU
#17 James Tabary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3nJPS2zAwQ
COACH/DOCTOR MARC McCARTNEY – I Was Very Happy To See Doctor Marc McCartney Again After Helping Us in The Lestini Super Combine Last Year For His First Year. Coach McCartney is a Practicing Chiropractor Doctor and Has His Own McCartney Chiropractic Center in Fort Mill, South Carolina.
He is Also a Great Pre-Game Warm-Up Director and This Year, He Led The Elite Eight Players in Their Pre-Workout Warm-Ups and He Led Them In Some Unbelievable Stretching Warm-Up Exercises That I Have Never Seen Before and He Had These Players Stretch Some Really Unusual Muscles in Getting Ready To-Run Their Forties, Pro-Shuttle, and Standing Broad Jump. He Also Did a Great Job in Helping With The Various Measurable Timings.
COACH BILL McWHORTER – I Also Enjoyed and Reminisced About Working With Passing Game Drills Coordinator Coach Bill McWhorter. Coach McWhorter Worked With Our Football Super Freak Quarterback #17 James Tabary and Two Football Super Freak Wide Receivers, #25 Jacolby Maxwell and #18 Terrell Reginal and Two Super Freak Defensive Backs in Free Safety Marcus Whitfield and Cornerback Markus Conerly, Trying To Cover Them.
Coach Bill McWhorter has a Tremendous Amount of Coaching Experience including Head Coach of The Minor League Alabama Raiders and he was also a Great Quarterback as he was MVP in 1975 at Marietta, Georgia in a Minor Football League in which 3 Players Signed with The NFL. In 1974, Coach McWhorter Was Head Coach of an Elementary Professional Team that was Runner-Up. Then in 1976-77, Coach McWhorter was The Head Coach of Birmingham, Alabama. They Were The Runner-Up and Then They Won The Alabama State Championship.
In 1987, Coach McWhorter Coached a Second Team All-American Punter at Samford University with Head Coach Terry Bowden. Coach McWhorter also Coached a Quarterback who was a D-3 All-American Quarterback and they Finished with a 9-1 Record, which was The Best All-Time Samford Record. Then in 1989-90, he was an Assistant Coach for The Birmingham Alabama Raiders Where he Coached The Quarterbacks, Receivers, Kickers, and Punters. In 2002, He Was The Head Football Coach at South Alabama.
In 1991-92, Coach McWhorter was The Receivers Coach for The Alabama Raiders, who were The #1 Team in The Minor League Football Alliance With a 14-0 and 12-1 Records and he was an The All-Star Game Assistant Coach. One of his Players made it to The NFL through The Arena Football League and another through The CFL. In 1993, He Coached in The PSFL.
In 1994-99, Coach McWhorter was with The Beacon Pro Football Scouting Service. Then in 2000, he was an Assistant Head Football Coach, Coaching The Wide Receivers, Kickers, and Kick Return Men for The Birmingham Steeldogs in The Arena Football League and then in 2014, he was Assistant Head Coach in Charge of Quarterbacks, Wide Receivers, Kickers, and Kick Return Men for The Texas Resolution in The Indoor Football League.
COACH/SUPER SCOUT MAX EMFINGER – In 1961, Coach Emfinger Helped Lead His Brownwood HS Football Team To The 4A Texas State Football Championship and then in 1962, He Was Team Captain and High-Point Man at The Texas State Track Meet, as He Led His Brownwood High School Track Team To The 4A Texas State Track Championship. His Three-Year Varsity Career in Football Included 2,214-Yards Rushing, 4,285-Yards of All-Purpose Yards; 178 Points Scored, 2 Touchdown Passes, and 7 Interceptions. He Also Averaged 11.1-Yards Per Touch on 386-Touches. Coach Emfinger Recorded 6 Interceptions in The 4A Texas State Football Championship Seson, Which Included 4 Interceptions in One-Game, Against The 5A San Angelo Central Opening Game. As a Football Player, in 31 Games that He Played-In, His Record Was 28-1-1. Coach Emfinger Played For His Head Football Coach Gordon Wood, Who Won 11 Texas State Football Championships, Including The First State Championship in Brownwood With Coach Emfinger and Coach Wood is in The National High School Football Hall of Fame.
After His 1961 Season, Coach Emfinger Was Selected All-District, All-Area, All-State, and All-American and Later Was Selected To The Brownwood Hall of Champions and Brownwood Hall of Fame in Both Football and Track.
In 1963, Coach Emfinger Led The Baylor Freshman Cubs To a 13-12 Victory Over The Texas Shorthorns #1 Recruiting Class of Super-Star Recruits, as He Recorded 2 Interceptions, Including a One-Handed Interception and Later Was Selected to The Freshman All-SWC Team. His Wide Receiver Mentor at Baylor For Three Spring Trainings Was NFL Hall of Fame Wide Receiver Raymond Berry. In The 1963 Baylor Spring Training, Spring Game, Coach Emfinger Caught 2 Passes From Baylor Hall of Fame and Two-Time Sammy Baugh Award Winning Quarterback and College Football Hall of Fame Quarterback Don Trull and Coach Emfinger Also Recorded 2 Interceptions on Defense, Including a One-Handed Interception. On The First Day of Baylor Fall Practice in 1963, as a True Sophomore, Coach Emfinger Was Set To Be The Back-Up To The 1963 and 1964 Consensus First Team All-American Wide Receiver and Baylor Hall of Fame and College Football Hall of Fame Wide Receiver Lawrence Elkins, His Best Friend in High School, but Coach Emfinger Had a Major Heat-Stroke and it Caused Him To-Be Red-Shirted.
In 1967, In The Guam Rice Bowl Football Military Championship Game, Coach Emfinger Returned The Opening Kickoff 87-Yards for a Touchdown, giving His Naval Air Station Flyers a Quick 7-0 Lead and Then Caught 5 Passes For 138-Yards, Including a One-Handed Pass-Catch, had 3 Punt-Returns For 46-Yards, and Had an Interception-Return For 16-Yards, Giving Him 287-Yards of All-Purpose Offense and The MVP Award Trophy after The Game in The 28-14 Rice Bowl Game Victory.
Then, a Couple Weeks later, on December 9, 1967, in The All-Greater Pacific Navy Football Championship Tokyo Bowl Game, Coach Emfinger’s Guam Naval Air Station Flyers Team Beat The Tokyo Japan All-Greater Naval All-Star Team. In that Tokyo Bowl Game, Coach Emfinger Caught Six Passes for 146-Yards, Including a 38-Yard Touchdown Pass-Catch, With 3 Defenders on Him in The Back of The End-Zone. He also Returned Two Kickoffs for 66-Yards and Returned Three Punts for 43-Yards, giving Him 255-Yards of All-Purpose Yardage and Again Was Awarded The MVP Award Trophy of The Tokyo Bowl Game in The All-Greater Pacific Navy Championship Game in The Naval Air Station 21-7 Victory.
In 1972, Coach Emfinger Became a Graduate Assistant Coach For College Football Hall of Fame Head Coach Hayden Fry at North Texas State and Then in 1974, He Was Made The North Texas State Recruiting Coordinator. Later, in 1975, Coach Emfinger Became a Personal Talent Scout Assistant For NFL Hall of Fame Gil Brandt and Later Was Given The Title of “Super Scout” by The Dallas Cowboys and NFL Hall of Fame Head Coach Tom Landry.
1963 – VP, Baylor Freshman Class, Baylor University, Waco, TX
1963 – VP, Baylor Freshman A Cappella Choir, Waco, TX
1963 – Freshman 4 x 100 SWC Track Champion, Baylor Univ, Waco, TX
1967 – VP, Baylor A Cappella Choir Performing Carnegie Hall, New York, NY
1977 – Founder of MEARS PLAYER RATING SYSTEM, Dallas, TX
1979 – Founder of First HS Football Recruiting Service, Houston, TX
1987 – 1992, Player/Coach – Houston Chronicle 6 Softball City Champs – 68-0
1990 – Founder of First Super Select Baseball-Regional Champs-Houston, TX
1993 – 1995 – Super Select Baseball Never Lost A Texas Tourney-Houston, TX
1993 – 1995 – Super Select Team Qualified For Seven National Championships.
2001 – Founder of First 7on7 National Football Championship, Houston, TX
2005 – Founder of HS All-American Football Bowl Game, Shreveport, LA
2007 – Founder of Super Elite Top Gun Camp and Combine, Honolulu, HI
2009 – Super Scout – Free Agent Tryout Camp and Super Combine, Mobile, AL
South Alabama Equipment And Indoor Facilities
Coach Jeff Bailey
Coach Jeff Bailey has been In-Charge of The South Alabama Facilities Since 2003 and he has Always Been In-Charge of Helping John and Mary Jo Lestini with Their Lestini National Professional Free Agent Camp and Combine. Most of The Time, Coach Bailey has Only Had To-Aid In-Preparing The Outdoor Facilities which Included Several Practice Field Preparation and Maintain Proper Maintenance on The Football Fields that would be used by The Lestini National Professional Free Agents in Their Camp and Combine.
In The 2020 Lestini Professional Free Agent Camp, Coach Bailey had All of The South Alabama Football Fields in Great Shape, even after Some Severe Weather Problems. We had about 25 National Free Agents who had Planned to Attend The Super Free Agent Combine, but due to The Terrible Weather and Near Freezing Weather, only 8 Players were able to Participate. Coach Bailey is Also a Long-Time Friend of Mine!
Prior to working at Prattville High School, Coach Bailey served as The Recreation Coordinator for The City of Prattville Parks and Recreation Department for Six Years, where he Assisted in Managing The Prattville Recreation Program. During the summer of 2005, Coach Bailey Served as Equipment Manager for The Montgomery Biscuits, The Double A Minor League Affiliate of The Tampa Bay Rays. In 2015, He Received his Athletic Equipment Managers Association Certification, Recognizing Specialized Knowledge, Skills and Experience in Athletic Equipment Management.
Our Lestini Super Free Agents Super Combine Had The Great Privilege To-Be Able to Perform In This Incredible And New Beautiful University of South Alabama Jaguars Indoor Facility!
Although we were able to Use This Beautiful New University Of South Alabama Indoor Facility, The Weather Was Still A Huge Major Factor, because The Temperature was Around 42 Degrees or Colder when we Started The Lestini Super Combine at 10:00 A.M. When we had our Initial Team Meeting in The Center of The Indoor Facility Field, All of These Athletes were Fully-Covered with Long Sleeve Shirts and Coats, Before We Started and I Told Them That They Had To-Put Their Lestini Shirts on The Outside. Amazingly, All of The Players “Disrobed Down” To Their Lestini Free Agent Combine Shirt with Their Player Number on it and We Started The Combine, with Super Doc and Coach McCartney Leading The Free Agent Players in His Incredible and Unbelievable Warm-Up Workout.
Coach Emfinger and Coach McWhorter, However, got to Keep-On Both of Their Classic Professional Football Jackets. Coach Emfinger Had His Dallas Cowboys Wind Breaker on, Underneath His Houston Oilers Classic Winter Coat, because He was Really Cold. Coach McWhorter Had His Pittsburgh Steelers Classic Winter Jacket On, because He Was Also Really Cold.
The Lestini Combine Had Some Incredible Pro-Shuttles!
In The Lestini Super Combine, Coach Ron Estay was The Coordinator of The Most Important Speed Measurable in The Pro-Agility Shuttle and he did another Amazing Job with his Pro-Shuttle Instructions as evidence that an Unbelievable One of Seven Players Broke a “Mind-Boggling” 4.0 Flat and Another Two Outstanding Wide Receiver/Cornerbacks Recorded in The “Unbelievable” 4.1 Pro-Shuttle Area.
The Most Incredible Pro-Shuttle of This 2020 Lestini Super Combine was by #19 WR/CB/KR #19 Marcus Whitfield of The University of Toledo and Tiffin University with Two “Unbelievable” Official Pro-Shuttles of 3.90 and 3.97 and I Timed Him With a 3.96. The Other Two Outstanding Pro-Shuttles Were a 4.12 by #18 Terrell Reginal of Hinds CC And a 4.16 by #20 Markus Conerly.
Two Other Linebackers Also Had Tremendous Pro-Shuttles, Including #22 Issac Claiborne of Prairie View A&M University With a 4.37 Pro-Shuttle and #23 Jacob Joffrion of Louisiana College With Two Official 4.41 Pro-Shuttles. Wide Receiver #24 Jason Thomas Also Ran a Great 4.2 Pro-Shuttle.
The Most Impressive Wide Receiver, Along With #18 Terrell Reginal in The Incredible Passing Drills Was #25 Jacolby Maxwell of Aurora University and Monmouth College and I Timed Him With a 4.36 in The Pro-Shuttle.
The One-On-One Passing- Drills Competition Was Also Unbelievably Incredible!
When We Got Through The Measurables Part of The Lestini Super Combine, We Realized that we had One Great Quarterback in McNeese State Super-Star #17 James Tabary, Three Wide Receivers and Two Defensive Backs and They All Were Outstanding in The One-On-One Passing-Drills Competition. The Most Impressive Receivers, Were #18 Terrell Reginal and #25 Jacolby Maxwell.
In Warming-Up, I Was Really Impressed With Both Reginal and Maxwell as They Were About 25 – 30-Yards Away From Tabary and He Was Throwing Some Pretty Hard Passes and They Both Were Making Unbelievable Pass-Catches Away From Their Body and Tucking The Football After The Catch.
Once We Got Through Warming-Up and Getting Ready For Our Passing-Drills, I Also Found-Out That Both Reginal and Maxwell Were Not Only Outstanding, but They Both Were Making Incredible Pass-Catch After Another. On His Very First Pass-Catch, Maxwell Made an Unbelievably Great Go-Pattern Fake and Then Broke A Really Sharp Cut on a Tremendous Out-Pattern. Then, He Made an Incredible Pass-Catch on a Deep Go-Pattern.
For Maxwell, His Next Five Incredible Pass-Catches Included 1. A 10-Yard Quick Slant; 2. A Deep-Out Pattern; 3. A 10-Yard Out-Pattern; 4. A Deep-Out Corner-Pattern; and 5. A Deep-Post-Corner Catch, All Fabulous Pass-Catches.
During All of These Incredible Pass-Catches by Maxwell and Reginal, Super-Star Quarterback Tabary Was Unbelievably Incredible in Hitting Them on Short Routes, Medium Routes, and Various Deep-Pattern Routes. Also Remember That Both #19 Marcus Whitfield and #20 Markus Conerly Were Doing An Outstanding Job of Defending These Two Wide Receivers.
I Remember #18 Terrell Reginal From The 2018 Lestini Combine, and He Was Also Outstanding in That Combine, Just Like in This One. In The 2018 Lestini Combine, Reginal Made Several Outstanding Pass-Catches during The Combine Passing Drills, Including a Great One-Handed Pass-Catch and at least Two Other Unbelievable Pass-Catches in the Pass Defense Drills.
In This The 2020 Lestini Combine Passing Drill, Reginal Was Also Very Impressive as He Matched Maxwell in Sensational Pass-Catches. In His First Pattern, Reginal Duplicated Maxwell With a Sensational 10-Yard Out-Pattern and Then, His Second Pass-Catch Was a Fabulous 10-Yard Quick Slant, Across The Middle of The Field.
In The Next Five Incredible Pass-Catches For Reginal, They Included 1. A Deep-Out Pattern; 2. A 10-Yard Out-Pattern; 3. A Deep-Post Corner-Pattern; 4. A 10-Yard Quick Slant Across The Middle; and 5. A Quick-Slant and Go.
The Super Elite Eight Super Combine Freaks!
1. QB James Tabary (6-2, 210, 4.7, 33, 4.48, 106)
2,985 MEARS RATING
On Sunday, At The Lestini Football Super Free Agent Tryout Camp and Combine, a Super Young Passing Quarterback-Freak Named James Tabary (#17) From McNeese State University Was Flat-Outright Sensational in Our Passing Drills in Our Lestini Super Free Agent Camp and Combine.
James Tabary is One of The Greatest Quarterbacks That I Have Ever Seen in 48 Years of Scouting Football Players! I Have Been a Super Scout With The Lestini Football Super Free Agent Tryout Camp and Combine For 12 Years and Tabary is The Greatest Free Agent Quarterback That We Have Ever Seen!
A Couple of Incredible Wide Receivers Also Helped Tabary Look Sensational as They Made Freaky Pass-Catch After Freaky Pass-Catch in “Putting-On” an Absolute Incredible Display of Pass-Catching Talent With Wide Receivers, Jacolby Maxwell and Terrell Reginal.
Trying To-Cover Those Two Fabulous Receiver-Freaks Were Two Great Defensive Back-Freaks Named Marcus, Including Free Safety and Cornerback Markus Whitfield and Cornerback Marcus Conerly, Jr and Both Defensive Back-Freaks Did an Outstanding Job, Although Maxwell and Reginal Made A Lot of Incredible Pass Catch After Pass Catch.
After “Putting-On” This Incredible Display of Passing Talent With These Outstanding Wide Receivers, I Was Able To Chat With Tabary and His Beautiful Mom, Ann, and I Found Out That This Former New Orleans Holy Cross High School Super-Star and McNeese State University Super-Star Was Very Impressive at The New Orleans Saints Rookie Tryout Mini-Camp in May of 2019. Tabary Said That He Was Very Impressed With Both New Orleans Saints Head Coach Sean Payton and New Orleans Saints Offensive Coordinator Pete Carmichael.
In Doing Some More Research on This New Orleans Saints Rookie Tryout Mini-Camp, I Found Out That The New Orleans Saints Offensive Coordinator Pete Carmichael Had Told Tabary That He Thought That He Had Blown His Tryout Mini-Camp Out of The Water and that He Went Way-Above All Expectations on how Everyone Thought That he would do and said That Tabary had an “Absolutely Amazing” Tryout Camp.
The New Orleans Saints Tryout Mini-Camp Opened-Up a Huge Amount of Doors for his Professional Career, Although Tabary Did Not Sign With The New Orleans Saints.
I Believe That Tabary (6-2, 210, 4.72, 33, 4.48, 106) Has a Stronger Arm Than Any of The Three Quarterbacks on The Current New Orleans Saints and He Has an Unbelievable Quick Release and is Amazingly Accurate. New Orleans Saints Head Coach Sean Payton Also Had Complemented Tabary Quite a Few Times and Told Him That He Had a Great Feeling For Him.
After A Little More Research, I Found-Out That He Was a Super-Star at Holy Cross High School and After His Senior Season, Tabary Put-Up Some Very Impressive Measurable Stats at The Hudl Super Combine. He Measured 6-2 and 200-Pounds and He Ran An Outstanding 4.67 Forty. Tabary Also Did a Great 33-Inch Vertical Jump, a 106-Inch Standing Broad Jump, and an Incredible 285-Pound Bench Press For a Quarterback and a 410-Pound Squat.
On His Holy Cross Highlight Film, Tabary Was Unbelievably Impressive in Throwing Deep-Passes For Touchdowns. On The Second Play of His Highlight Film, Tabary Rolled-Out, To-His-Left, and Raced 30-Yards For a Touchdown, While Demonstrating His Outstanding Speed, Quickness, and Agility.
After Some Even More Research, I Found Out That Tabary Had Set a McNeese State University Single-Season Passing Record in 2016 For Most Completions With 249 and Most Pass Attempts with 415. In That 2016 Season, Tabary was Named as The Southland Conference MVP of The Year and Also The Louisiana Newcomer of the Year. Also in That 2016 Season, Tabary Passed For Five Touchdown Passes Against The #1 Ranked Sam Houston State Team, Tying a McNeese State Single-Game School Record.
Also, In That 2016 Season, Tabary Became The Most Productive McNeese State University Quarterback in McNeese State University School History as He Completed 249 Passes For 3,036-Yards, and 23 Touchdowns, and he was Only 33-Yards From The Single-Season School Record For Passing Yards and He Would Have Easily Broken The Record If The Head Coach Had Not of Pulled-Him in The Last Game, With Plenty of Time To-Break The Record.
2. WR Terrell Reginal (6-0, 170, 4.43, 38, 3.98, 128)
2,978 MEARS RATING
A Couple of Incredible Wide Receivers Also Helped Super Quarterback James Tabary Look Sensational as They Both Made Unbelievably Freaky Pass-Catch After Freaky Pass-Catch in “Putting-On” an Absolute Incredible Display of Pass-Catching Talent, Including Wide Receivers Terrell Reginal of Hinds Community College and Jacolby Maxwell of Aurora University and Monmouth College.
In The 2020 Lestini Combine, He Ran a 4.6 Forty, But he also Ran a 4.39 at The Hudl Combine and a 4.31 at The 2017 Winnepeg CFL Super Combine, so I Averaged all Three Times and gave him a 4.43 in the Forty.
In The Pro-Shuttle, I Timed Reginal in The 2020 Lestini Combine, With a 3.98 Timing and He Did a 3.99 Pro-Shuttle at The 2017 Winnepeg CFL Super Combine, Along With a Great 38-Inch Vertical Jump. I think Reginal can Break The 4.4 Forty when He is in Shape and The Weather is Not So-Cold. On His Highlight Film, He is The Fastest Player on The Field in Every Game, Because he Out-Runs Everyone As He is Running For a Touchdown.
3. FS Marcus Whitfield (6-0, 185, 4.4, 38-2, 3.9, 128, 20) 2,976 MEARS RATING
Although A Couple of Incredible Wide Receivers, Reginal and Maxwell, Helped Super Quarterback Tabary Look Sensational In The Passing Drills of The Lestini Football Passing Drills, Super Free Safety Marcus Whitfield From The University of Toledo and Tiffin University Was Also Unbelievably Impressive in Covering Them In Man-To-Man Coverage.
Whitfield Played His High School Football at Massillon Washington, Ohio and as a Senior, Whitfield was an All-District and All-County Two-Way Player as a Wide Receiver, Cornerback, and Return Man and He Was Selected To Play in The Ohio and Michigan All-Star Game.
Whitfield was an Unbelievably Incredible Athlete, Coming-Out of Massillon High School and He Went To a Major College Super Combine With Around 300 Participates and He Recorded The Best Pro-Shuttle With a 3.95. At Another NFL Combine, He Recorded another Incredible 3.96 and then at Our 2020 Lestini Football Super Camp and Combine, He Recorded Two More Incredible Pro-Shuttles With Official Clockings of 3.90 and 3.97.
To Put These Spectacular Shuttles Into Perspective and The Effect of Just How Incredible These 3.9 Clockings are is To-Put Them Into Perspective as to Exactly What The Standard is For a Cornerback, Free Safety, or a Wide Receiver is For THE MEARS RATING SYSTEM. The NFL Scouts Love The Pro-Agility Shuttle, Because of What it Really Means In Relationship To The Position That The Player Plays on The Football Field.
The Pro-Agility Shuttle (SH) is a Tremendous Test of Agility, Raw Speed, Lateral Quickness, Change of Direction, and Overall Body Coordination. Technique is also very Important in This Test. There Are Very Few Athletes Across The Country Who Have Perfected The Pro-Shuttle Technique and Super Free Safety Marcus Whitfield is One Player, With So-Many Clockings Below a 4.0 Flat, is One Player Who Has Perfected This Technique.
An Athlete Should be able to do this Speed Measurable Test in about Two Tenths of a Second Faster than His Best Forty-Yard Dash Time. It Also Works The Other Way Around in That If The Athlete Runs a 4.0 Flat, in The Pro-Shuttle, Then He Should Be Able To Run a 4.2 Forty.
The Pro-Shuttle Standard For a Free Safety, Wide Receiver, and Cornerback is a 4.6 and The Player Gets 10-Points For Every 10th of a Second Over The Standard, but With a 400-Point Maximum.
Marcus Whitfield, With All of These Pro-Shuttles Under a 4.0 Flat Received The 400-Maximum MEARS Points in This Measurable, but it Also Demonstrates How Agile and How Quick That Whitfield Really is on The Football Field. Since He Was Able To Run So Many Incredibly Fast Pro-Shuttles, it Made Sense That Whitfield Was Able To Run a Faster Forty, So I Did Some More Research and I Found-Out That He Was a Sprinter in High School and Had Recorded an Incredible 10.6 in The 100-Meters and He Also Had Recorded a Great 38-2 Vertical Jump and Also a Great 325 Bench Press.
Whitfield Was Also a Freak on His High School Highlight Film, As He Made Some Incredible Plays. One of The Most Impressive Plays Was Against Stubenville, on a Punt Return. Whitfield Was on His Own 30-Yard Line and Getting Ready For The Punt-Return. When The Football Came-Down, He Fumbled it Back To The 25-Yard Line, but Then Went and Picked-Up The Football, With About Six Defenders Around Him. Whitfield Then “Juked” All Six of Them and Raced 75-Yards For a Touchdown. Whitfield also Returned Two Other Punts For 65-Yards and 70-Yards.
In His Senior Year of High School Whitfield Recorded 546-Yards of Pass-Catching Yardage and He Also Finished With 997-Yards of Total Offense, Including The Three Punt Returns For a Touchdown. He Also Recorded 36 Tackles From His Cornerback Position. As a Junior, Whitfield Had 32 Pass-Catches For 642-Yards and 6 Touchdowns.
Whitfield Played in 37 Games For The Toledo Rockets as a Free Safety and Cornerback and He Recorded 41 Career Tackles and With a Career-High 10 Tackles Against Northern Illinois.
4. Slot Jacolby Maxwell (5-10, 188, 4.42, 38, 4.22, 126) 2,975 MEARS RATING
In Warming-Up, I Was Very Impressed With Both Terrell Reginal and Jacolby Maxwell as They Both Were About 25 – 30-Yards Away From Our Super-Star Quarterback James Tabary and Tabary Was Throwing Some Pretty Hard Passes To Reginal and Maxwell And They Were Making Some Unbelievable Pass-Catches Away From Their Body and Then Tucking The Football After The Pass-Catch.
Once We Got Through Warming-Up and Getting Ready For Our Passing-Drills, I Also Found-Out That Both of These Wide Receivers, Reginal and Maxwell Were Not Only Outstanding, but They Both Made Incredible Pass-Catch After Pass-Catch. On His First Pass-Catch, Maxwell Made an Unbelievably Great Go-Pattern Fake and Then Broke A On A Sharp Cut on a Great Out-Pattern. Then, He Made an Incredible Pass-Catch on a Deep Go-Pattern. For Maxwell, His Next Five Incredible Pass-Catches Included 1. A Fabulous 10-Yard Quick Slant; 2. A Fabulous Deep-Out Pattern; 3. A Fabulous 10-Yard Out-Pattern; 4. A Fabulous Deep-Out Corner-Pattern; and 5. A Fabulous Deep-Post-Corner Catch.
In Doing Some Research on Maxwell, I Was a Little Confused At First, because Maxwell Played Football For Two Teams Named Aurora and He Played For Two Different College Teams. Once I Got it All Straight, Things Became A Lot More Clearer. First of All, Maxwell, Played For Aurora Christian High School and Aurora University and Also Monmouth College. Once I Got it All Straightened-Out, Things Made A Lot More Sense, because The Jacolby Maxwell Story is an Incredible Story.
After All of This Research on Maxwell, I Found One of The Most Incredible Stories in College Football. Now Remember That This Player Was One of The Greatest Wide Receivers at The 2020 Lestini Combine. He Was Also an Incredible Pass-Catcher at Both High Schools and at Both Colleges.
The Jacolby Maxwell Story All Started With His First High School Football Team. He Played His First Two Years, as a Freshman and Sophomore, at Plainfield East High School Before Transferring To Aurora Christian High School For His Junior Season. When Maxwell Got To Aurora Christian HS, He Found-Out That Since His Family Had Not Moved Into The Aurora Christian HS School District, He Would Have To “Sit-Out” His Junior Football Season and Obviously, Since He Was Not Able To Play, as a Junior, He Was NEVER Able To Get on Any College Football Recruiting Lists.
Then, as a Senior at Aurora Christian, Maxwell Was Sensational as He Made Pass-Catches For 1,100-Yards, but Not Having Played as a Junior and Not Getting on Any Recruiting Lists, his College Football Recruiting was Limited!
“If Maxwell Had Been With Us All Four Years, There is No Question That He Would Have Been a Division I Player,” Said Aurora Head Coach Don Beebe!
Maxwell Got a Scholarship Offer To Play For Monmouth College and He was Outstanding For Three Years in 2116, 2117, and 2118, Including 59 Catches For 821-Yards and 12 Touchdowns in 2118. Maxwell Had a Great 2018 Junior Season at Monmouth College, and He Thought That His College Football Career Was Over, but With A Great Christian Background, Maxwell Was Shocked When He Realized That The Lord Had a Different Plan For Him.
As His Monmouth College Graduation-Day Was Approaching, He Became Aware That He Had Not Used All of His College Eligibility and His College Football Days Might Not Be Over. As a Wide Receiver for Monmouth College in football, Maxwell had Transferred from an NCAA Division II School in Ohio where he Did Not Use Any of His Eligibility.
As Maxwell Was Looking Into Graduate Schools To Continue To Pursue His MBA Masters Degree, He Found-Out That One of His Former Aurora Christian HS Coaches, Don Beebe, had Just Become The Head Football Coach at Aurora University and It was a “Maxwell-Made In Heaven” Happening.
Four Games into The Aurora University Season, Maxwell Emerged as The Favorite Pass-Catcher For Aurora Super Quarterback Gavin Zimbelman, who Was Passing at an Incredible Record-Setting Pace. Maxwell Helped Aurora University To The 2019 NACC Championship With an Incredible Pass-Catching Performance in The Spartans 70-14 Win Over Lakeland, as He Recorded 9 Pass-Catches For 151-Yards and 4 Touchdowns. The 4 Touchdowns Tied his Own Aurora University Single-Game Record.
Maxwell Finished The Season With 73 Pass-Catches For 1,170-Yards and 23 Touchdowns, Which Was #1 in The Country in Division III Football. His 4 Touchdowns Also Tied a Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference Single-Game Record, Which He Also Had Tied Earlier.
5. CB Markus Conerly (5-9, 160, 4.33, 38, 4.12, 122)
2,974 MEARS RATING
At This 2020 Lestini Super Combine There Were Some Incredible Pro-Shuttles by #19 WR/CB/KR #19 Marcus Whitfield of The University of Toledo and Tiffin University with Two “Unbelievable” Official Pro-Shuttles of 3.90 and 3.97 and The Other Two Outstanding Pro-Shuttles Were a 4.12 by #18 WR Terrell Reginal of Hinds Community College And a 4.16 by #20 CB/WR Markus Conerly of The Bayou LaCombe Simi-Pro Cardinals Team.
With an Incredible 4.16 Pro-Shuttle, It Is Obvious That Conerly is a Lot Faster Than His 4.6 and 4.62 Times That He Recorded at The 2020 Lestini Combine and Markus Conerly Was Really Outstanding, Along With Whitfield in The Pass Defense Drills!
“Touchdown Markus Conerly!” If you were at a Bayou LaCombe Simi-Pro Cardinals Game Last Football Season, You Probably Would Have Heard This Phrase. With His Unbelievable Shifty and Speedy Punt and Kickoff Returns and Pick-6 Touchdowns, Conerly Was Incredible. Coach Andy Bryson Was Also one of His Bayou LaCombe Simi-Pro Coaches.
The Former Franklinton, Louisiana High School Demon Star Was Also a Super-Star For The Semi-Pro Cardinals As He Made Some Unbelievably Incredible Plays in Helping Them To Their Winning 2019 Football Season. In One Game, Conerly Returned an Interception 98-Yards For a Touchdown.
I Timed Conerly With a 4.6 Forty and He Was Given an Official 4.62 Forty. Although He Only Ran a 4.6 Forty, With This Incredible 98-Yard Punt Return For a Touchdown is a Tremendous Reason To Believe That Conerly is a 4.33 or Better Forty Football Player and So I Did Some More Research on Him.
At The Hudl Super Combine, Conerly Ran a 4.4 Forty, Did a 38-Inch Vertical Jump, and a 4.2 Pro-Shuttle. At Another NFL Combine, He Ran a 4.36 Forty, Did another 38-Inch Vertical Jump, Ran a 4.12 Pro-Shuttle, and did a 126-Inch Standing Broad Jump, so I Averaged His Lestini Combine 4.6 Forty, His Hudl Super Combine 4,4 Forty, and His 4.36 NFL Combine Forty. That Average Comes-Out To-Be a 4.45, but on His 98-Yard Return, He is a 4.33 Guy, And The Fastest Player on The Football Field, and So I Gave Him An Official 4.33 Forty.
6. ILB Jacob Joffrion (5-10, 220, 4.6, 34, 4.32, 114, 30) 2,970 MEARS RATING
In The 2020 Lestini Football Super Free Agent Tryout Camp and Combine, #23 Jacob Joffrion of Louisiana College Had Two Tremendous Pro-Shuttles, Which Included Two Official 4.41 Pro-Shuttles.
The Temperature Was Around 42 Degrees or Colder when we Started The Lestini Super Combine at 10:00 A.M. on Sunday Morning. I Know That The Cold Weather Effected These Super-Star Athletes in Their Efforts To Get Into Professional Football.
Jacob Joffrion Was, However, Very Impressive in The Lestini Super Combine Drills, But He Only Ran an Official 4.9 Forty, at The Lestini Combine, Although I Timed Him With a 4.82 Forty. In The Hudl Super Combine, Joffrion Had Clocked a 4.55 Forty and in Another Super Combine, He Clocked a 4.58 Forty, and So I Averaged All Four Forties and it Came-Out To-Be a 4.71, But on His High School and College Highlight Film, He is Running a 4.6 and So I Gave Him an Official 4.6 Forty.
At The Hudl Super Combine, Joffrion Recorded Some Incredible Strength Measurables, With An Unbelievably Incredible 405 Bench Press, a 630-Pound Squat, and a 520-Pound Dead-Lift. The Muscular Joffrion Also Recorded a 4.32 Shuttle and 32-Inch Vertical Jump.
7. ILB Isaac Claiborne (6-0, 220, 4.61, 35, 4.27, 114, 20) 2,968 MEARS RATING
Both Linebackers at The Lestini Super Combine, Had Tremendous Pro-Shuttles, Including #22 Issac Claiborne (#46) of Humble Summer Creek High School in Texas and Prairie View A&M University With an Official 4.37 Pro-Shuttle, However I Timed Him With an Ever Better 4.27 Clocking; While Jacob Joffrion Had Two Official 4.41 Pro-Shuttles. Since The MEARS RATING Standard For an Inside Linebacker is a 4.7, Joffrion Received 380-Points and Claiborne Received The Maximum 400-Points.
Claiborne Looks A Lot Faster Than a 4.68 on His Highlight Film. In Researching Claiborne, I Found-Out That He Had Recorded a Legit 4.6 at The Hudl Super Combine and at Another NFL Super Combine, He Recorded an Outstanding 4.56 and So I Averaged The Three Forty Times and Came-Up With an Excellent 4.61 For an Inside Linebacker.
Claiborne Did a 112-Inch in The Standing Broad Jump, at The Lestini Super Combine, but He Also Did a 116 SBJ at The NFL Super Combine and I Averaged The Two Jumps and Gave Him an Official 114-Inch Standing Broad Jump. In The Other Jumping Measurable, Claiborne Recorded a 33-Inch Vertical Jump at The Hudl Super Combine and a 37-Inch Vertical Jump at The NFL Super Combine and So I Gave Him an Official 35-Inch Vertical Jump. Since The MEARS RATING Standard For an Inside Linebacker is a 28-Inch Vertical Jump, Claiborne Received 140-Points on His Vertical Jump.
In 2018, at Prairie View A&M University, Claiborne Recorded 71-Tackles, Including 28 Solo Tackles, 9 Tackles For a Loss, 2 Sacks, 1 Forced Fumble, and 1 Recovered Fumble. On One Incredible Play, There Was a Huge “Pile-Up” of Players in The Middle of The Field and Then All-of-a-Sudden, Claiborne Came-Out of “The-Pile-Up” With The Football and He Was Headed Toward The End-Zone. After About Four or Five Steps, a Defender Came-Out of “The-Pile-Up” and Pulled Him Around and He was “Running-Backward” For About Five or Six More Steps, Demonstrating His Agility and Athleticism.
8. WR Jason Thomas (6-3, 205, 4.56, 36, 4.38, 122, 20)
2,965 MEARS RATING
Jason Thomas is an Outstanding Athletic Wide Receiver and He is Incredible on Some of His Highlight Film, but He Was “A Little Under The Weather” at The 2020 Lestini Super Combine, and He Was Not Able To “Fully Demonstrate” His Outstanding Athleticism.
On His Highlight Film at Harvey West Jefferson High School in Louisiana and at Avila University in Kansas City, Missouri, He Was Outstanding, but at The Lestini Super Combine, He Chose Not To Participate in The Passing Drills.
Thomas However, Was Able To Participate in The Measurables and He Recorded an Official 4.42 Pro-Shuttle, Although I Timed-Him With a 4.41. His Best Official Forty at The Lestini Super Combine, Was a 4.78, but I Clocked him With a 4.76. Since Thomas Did Not Participate in The 2020 Lestini Passing Drills, I Believe That He Was Limited With a Slight Muscle-Pull Which Also Confined His Speed Measurables.
At The Hudl Super Combine in 2014, Thomas Ran an Outstanding 4.5 While He Was 6-3 and 195. That Forty and His 2014 Highlight Film With The West Jefferson High School Team Was Unbelievably Impressive. Also, On One of His Highlight Films on The Hudl Highlight Films Was of Him as an Incredibly Outstanding Rush Defensive End. He Also Recorded a 250-Pound Bench Press, a 350-Pound Squat, and a 300-Pound Dead-Lift. I Was Very Impressed With His Rush-End Highlights, but His Offensive Highlights Were Incredible.
After About Five Wide Receiver Highlight Plays, I Had Seen Enough. On His First Highlight, Against King, Thomas Ran a Deep-Corner Pattern, Caught The Football at About The 18-Yard Line, and Then Pulled Away From Three Defenders and Raced into The End-Zone. On His Second Highlight Play Against Higgins, Thomas Caught a 10-Yard Slant, Across The Middle, and Out-Raced Four Defenders into The End-Zone For a 55-Yard Touchdown.
Against Archbishop Shaw, Thomas Caught a Go-Pattern and Raced 60-Yards, before Three Defenders Dragged Him Down at The 15-Yard Line. Against Lutcher, He Caught a 56-Yard Deep-Pattern Before Four Defenders Pulled Him Down on The 5-Yard Line. And Finally, Against Cox, Thomas Caught a 33-Yard Pass and Dragged Two Defenders Across The Goal-Line.
One of The Most Impressive Things About Thomas is That He Has The Great Hands and Great Speed, but He Also Has The Physical Mentality of a Rush-End. I Have Never Seen a Wide Receiver Drag Defenders Like Thomas.
THE MEARS RATING SYSTEM
When I was with The Dallas Cowboys in 1975-77, we had a Rating System and when I left The Cowboys in 1977, I developed a similar Rating System that we had used in the 1976 and 1977 NFL Draft. The 1977 NFL Draft was The Tony Dorsett Draft and we used this Rating System to conclude that Dorsett was The Dallas Cowboys #1 Player in that 1977 NFL Draft.
Although I developed My Rating System, when I left The Dallas Cowboys, I Started Using The Rating System in 2001, when NIKE Sports developed a similar Rating System and called it The SPARQ RATING SYSTEM. I Brought my Rating System and I called it The MAX EMFINGER ASSET RATING SYSTEM or MEARS RATING.
ASSET stands for Agility, Strength, Stamina, Explosiveness, and Technique. These are The Essential tools for a Superior Athletic Performance in any Competitive Sport or Event. This new MEARS RATING SYSTEM or a similar Rating System, identifies overall Athletic Ability, and it can be used by Top College and Pro Coaches around the country as an initial indicator of the Athletic Potential on the Football Field.
Whether you are a College Football Coach and you only have One Scholarship Left to give in your current Recruiting Class or you are an NFL Team and you only have only One Draft Choice Left on your Current NFL Draft Board, there needs to be a Rating System that you can go to and based on the highest rated player, would give you the very best player available irregardless of position.
By 2001, all of the other High School Football Recruiting Services were using the Five-Star Rating System Method which does not Measure Anything. One year, at the start of The Spring, they had 45 Wide Receivers that were Rated a Four-Star. We went to bed one night and the next morning, they only had 25 Wide Receivers. Someone in The Scouting Service had decided that there could only be 25 Four-Star Wide Receivers in The Entire Country and he had demoted 20 of them to a Three-Star Rating.
My MEARS RATING SYSTEM or a similar type Rating System is very important for The NFL Scouts, and The NFL Scouting Combine is the first time that “Accurate Numbers” are recorded on these players. It’s easy to say someone can run a 4.4 or a 4.3 in The Forty, but before an Accurate Hand-Held Timing by a Professional Scout or either by a slower, but Accurate Laser Timing is done, most Forty Times are less than Accurate. Technique is also very important and that is why College Football Players entering The NFL Draft will hire a Sports Trainer to train and teach them how to do a Proper Vertical Jump, Pro-Agility Shuttle, and a Standing Broad Jump.
In this Lestini Super Free Agent Combine, The Lestini Group Coaches Tested all of These Free Agent Players with Two Speed Measurables, including Two Forties and Two Pro-Agility Shuttles; plus Two Standing Broad Jumps.
Quarterbacks, Offensive Linemen, and Kickers are always going to be Very Difficult to Measure, because they do Extremely Poor at a Super Combine, so These Three Positions must Be Evaluated very carefully on film and in person and then their MEARS RATING will need to be Estimated and Given a MEARS RATING that their Evaluation Deserves.
You can get a very good idea about a High School Football Player if he participates in a Legitimate Super Football Combine, but many High School Football Players do not get a chance to participate in a Super Football Camp or Combine. If a High School Football Player is being recruited by 40 D-1 Schools, then you have to assume that he is an outstanding Football Player, but how can you give this player a MEARS RATING if he does not have Valid Measurables? The answer is Very Simple! You either have to make-up or approximate his Measurables based upon his Game Film Evaluation or Actual Game Evaluation, giving him The Maximum Points on most of his Measurables for his Position.
Most High School and College Football Players do not even know what their Measurables are and you would think that they would, but they do not. Many times, a High School or College Football Player will list his best Forty Time as a 4.8 and then twenty minutes later run a 4.6 or Better. You must keep in mind that with a little instruction and training, most High School and College Football Players can improve on their Speed Measurables by Two and Three Tenth of a Second and on their Agility and Distance Measurables by as much as Six to Eight Inches.
THE SUPER ELITE EIGHT SUPER COMBINE FREAKS AND MEARS RATINGS
PLAYER HT WT Forty VJ Shuttle SBJ Reps MEARS
Dual QB James Tabary McNeese (6-2, 210, 4.7, 33, 4.46, 106) (#12) FF 2,985
WR Terrell Reginal Hines CC (6-0, 170, 4.43, 38, 3.98, 128) FF 2,978
FS/CB Marcus Whitfield Toledo (6-0, 185, 4.4, 38-2, 3.9, 128, 20) FF 2,976
SLOT Jacolby Maxwell Aurora U (5-10, 188, 4.42, 38, 4.22, 126, 20) FF 2,975
CB Markus Conerly Lacombe Pro (5-9, 160, 4.33, 38, 4.12, 122) FF 2,974
ILB Jacob Joffrion Louisiana Col (5-10, 220, 4.6, 34, 4.41, 114, 30) FF 2,970
ILB Isaac Claiborne Prairie View (6-0, 220, 4.61, 36, 4.27, 112, 20 FF 2,968
WR/SS Jason Thomas Avila U (6-3, 205, 4.56, 36, 4.36, 122, 20) FF 2,965
SPECIAL SCOUTING NOTES
Freak on His Highlight Film = FF
All-American Bowl Game Players At The Positions That Participated In The Lestini Super Camp and Combine!
PLAYER HT WT Forty VJ Shuttle SBJ Reps MEARS
Dual QB Joe Burrow LSU (#9) (6-4, 216, 4.56, 34, 4.32, 110) FF 3,000
Dual QB Trev Lawrence Clem SO (6-6, 220, 4.62, 36, 4.33, 118, 20) FF 2,998
Dual QB Justin Herbert Oregon (6-6, 237, 4.56, 34, 4.36, 110) FF 2,998
Dual QB Sam Ehlinger Texas (6-3, 235, 4.52, 32, 4.42, 118, 10) FF 2,996
Dual QB Justin Fields Ohio St SO (6-3, 223, 4.32, 34-5, 4.16, 126, 25) FF 2,995
Dual QB Cole McDonald Hawaii (6-4, 220, 4.6, 32, 4.2, 112) FF 2,995
Dual QB Sam Howell UNC TF-AA (6-2, 225, 4.8, 28, 4.62, 110) FF 2,994
Dual QB Tanner Morgan Minn SO (6-2, 215 4.72, 30, 4.36, 118, 10) FF 2,993
Dual QB Micale Cunningham Lou RS (6-1, 192, 4.4, 36, 3.16, 126) FF 2,992
Dual QB Kyle Trask Florida (6-5, 239, 4.76, 30, 4.5, 112) FF 2,991
Dual QB Chase Garbers Cal RS (6-2, 205, 4.71, 32, 4.39, 116, 10) FF 2,990
Dual QB Justin McMillan Tulane (6-3, 205, 4.42, 36, 4.2, 118, 10) FF 2,988
Dual QB Ian Book Notre Dame (6-1, 216, 4.62, 30, 4,46, 112) FF 2,986
Pass QB Mac Jones Alabama RS (6-2, 205, 4.82, 32, 4.62, 112) FF 2,986
Dual QB Jayden Daniels ASU TF-AA (6-3, 180, 4.44, 34, 4.24, 110) FF 2,985
Dual QB Dillon Gabriel UCF TF-AA (6-0, 186, 4.72, 32, 4.46, 110) FF 2,985
Dual QB Brian Lewerke Mich St (6-3, 216, 4.68, 32, 4.44, 112) FF 2,985
Dual QB Kenny Pickett Pitt (6-2, 225, 4.72, 36, 4.25, 118) FF 2,985
Dual QB Levi Williams Wyoming TF (6-5, 208, 4.6, 34, 4.32, 118) FF 2,985
Dual QB Layne Hatcher Ark St RF (6-0, 196, 4.63, 28, 4.46, 112) FF 2,980
Dual QB-RB Dustin Crum Kent St (6-3, 201, 4.6, 36, 4.19, 128, 18) FF 2,995
Dual QB-RB Malcolm Perry Navy (5-10, 190, 4.33, 38, 4.28, 126, 15) FF 2,993
Dual QB-RB Lynn Bowden Kentucky (6-1, 199, 4.33, 36, 4.12, 126, 12) FF 2,992
Dual QB Jalen Hurts Oklahoma (6-2, 218, 4.48, 36, 4.19, 116) FF 2,990
AP-RB Travis Etienne Clemson (5-10, 210, 4.32, 39, 4.13, 128, 20) FF 2,996
AP-RB J.K. Dobbins Ohio State (5-10, 217, 4.32, 39, 4.21, 128, 20) FF 2,995
AP-RB Journey Brown Penn St RS (5-11, 206, 4.36, 40, 4,26, 228, 20) FF2,990
AP-RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire LSU (5-8, 209, 4.37, 40, 4.1, 126, 20) FF 2,990
AP-RB Xazavian Valladay Wyo SO (6-0, 196, 4.38, 36, 4.28, 126, 20) FF 2,990
AP-RB Lamical Perine Florida (5-11, 218, 4.42, 37, 4.22, 126, 22) FF 2,988
AP-RB Amare Jones Tulane SO (5-11, 190, 3.38, 24, 4.12, 124, 20) FF 2,987
AP-RB Chris Curry LSU FR (6-0, 215, 4.38, 36, 4.18, 126, 22) FF 2,986
RB Kadin Remsberg Air Force (5-9, 185, 4.31, 36, 4.21, 126, 20) FF 2,988
RB Jaret Patterson Buffalo SO (5-9, 195, 4.42, 36, 4.22, 123, 20) FF 2,985
RB C.J. Verdell Oregon RS (5-9, 210, 4.33, 38, 4.16, 126, 20) FF 2,985
WR Ja’Marr Chase LSU SO (#1) (6-1, 200, 4.38, 38, 4.09, 132, 10) FF 2,998
WR Jerry Jeudy Alabama (6-1, 192, 4.33, 39, 4.13, 128, 10) FF 2,997
WR CeeDee Lamb Oklahoma (6-2, 191, 4.32, 38, 4.2, 128, 10) FF 2,997
WR Tee Higgins Clemson (6-4, 215, 4.33, 38, 4.13, 126, 19) FF 2,996
WR Justin Jefferson LSU (#2) (6-3, 192, 4.37, 38-5, 4.2, 128, 10) FF 2,996
WR Tyler Johnson Minnesota (6-2, 205, 4.38, 36, 4.18, 122, 10) FF 2,995
WR Justyn Ross Clemson (6-4, 205, 4.38, 38, 4.12, 128, 10) FF 2,995
WR Omar Bayless Arkansas State (6-3, 207, 4.42, 36, 4.22, 120, 10) FF 2,993
SLOT Chris Olave Ohio State SO (6-1, 185, 4.33, 40, 4.19, 132, 10) FF 2,992
SLOT K.J. Hill Ohio State (6-0, 199, 4.32, 40-5, 3.88, 128, 15) FF 2,988
SLOT JoJo Ward Hawaii (5-9, 175, 4.33, 38, 3.97, 128, 18) FF 2,988
SLOT Maurice Ffrench Pitt (5-11, 200, 4.33, 37,4.21, 128,10) FF 2,985
SLOT TuTu Atwell Louisville (5-9, 164, 4.51, 32.5, 4.22, 126, 10) FF 2,980
SLOT Marlon Williams UCF (6-0, 222, 4.42, 36, 4.22, 122, 10) FF 2,980
FLK George Perkins Georgia FR (6-3, 190, 4.38, 36, 4.28, 122, 10) FF 2,990
FLK Chase Claypool Notre Dame (6-4, 229, 4.33, 36, 4.13, 120, 10) FF 2,988
FLK Terrance Marshall LSU SO (6-4, 209, 4.38, 36, 4.23, 120, 10) FF 2,985
PLAYER HT WT Forty VJ Shuttle SBJ Reps MEARS
ILB Ken Murray Oklahoma (#9) (6-2, 234, 4.42, 36, 4.24, 126, 25) FF 2,998
ILB Troy Dye Oregon (6-4, 226, 4.48, 36, 4.34, 126, 20) FF 2,995
ILB Evan Weaver California (6-3, 235, 4.56, 36, 4.36, 120, 25) FF 2,995
ILB Kyahva Tezino San Diego St (6-0, 235, 4.53, 32, 4.32, 120, 20) FF 2,992
ILB Jacob Phillips LSU (6-4, 230, 4.52, 36, 4.32, 122, 22) FF 2,990 ILB Jackson Sirmon Wash RF (6-3, 238, 4.62, 32, 4.32, 120, 20) FF 2,988
SLB Isaiah Simmons Clem (#11) (6-4, 230, 4.36, 39, 4.15, 129, 25) FF 2,998
SLB Darrell Taylor Tennessee (6-4, 255, 4.48, 36, 4.2, 126, 20) FF 2,995
SLB Micah Parsons Penn State SO (6-3, 245, 4.36, 36, 4.24, 122, 20) FF 2,994
SLB Tanner Muse Clemson (6-3, 230, 4.36, 38, 4,16, 126, 20) FF 2,992
SLB Nick Niemann Iowa 6-4, 235, 4.62, 36, 4.28, 126, 25) FF 2,991
SLB Malik Harrison Ohio State (6-3, 251, 4.44, 36, 4.22, 122, 30) FF 2,985
L-CB Kristian Fulton LSU (6-1, 188, 4.32, 38, 4.12, 128, 10) FF 2,995
L-CB Damon Arnette Ohio State (6-0, 195, 4.33, 38, 4.16, 128, 10) FF 2,990
L-CB Richard Lecounte Georgia (5-11, 190, 4.33, 38, 4.12, 126, 10) FF 2,990
L-CB A.J. Terrell Clemson (6-2, 190, 4.36, 39, 4.13, 128, 18) FF 2,990
L-CB Luq Barcoo San Diego St SO (6-1, 175, 4.36,42, 4.06, 128, 10) FF 2,990
R-CB Jeff Okudah Ohio St (#1) (6-1, 200, 4.32, 38, 4.22, 128, 10) FF 2,998
R-CB Derek Stingley LSU TF-AA (6-1, 190, 4.3, 42, 4.19, 128, 15) FF 2,997
R-CB Thomas Graham, Jr Ore (5-11, 197, 4.38, 3.96, 128, 12) FF 2,990
R-CB Storm Duck North Carolina TF (6-1, 200, 4.32, 38, 4.16, 10) FF 2,990
R-CB Shawn Shamburger Tenn (5-11, 187, 4,38, 36, 4.18, 126, 10) FF 2,988
R-CB Darren Hall San Diego St SO (6-0, 180, 4.38, 39, 4.12, 129, 10) 2,985
SS Grant Delpit LSU (6-3, 203, 4.37, 38, 4.04, 128, 20) FF 2,996
SS Brady Breeze Oregon (6-1, 196, 4.38, 38, 4.18, 126, 20) FF 2,995
SS K’Von Wallace Clemson (5-11, 205, 4.42, 39, 4.21, 126, 20) FF 2,989
SS Khoury Bethley Hawaii SO (5-10, 200, 4.46, 32, 4.21, 118, 18) FF 2,988
SS Alijah Halliburton Wyoming (6-2, 190, 4.42, 36, 4.1, 128, 20) FF 2,988
SS Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah ND (6-2, 216, 4.46, 40, 4.28, 228) FF 2,988
FS Jordan Fuller Ohio State (6-2, 205, 4.42, 38, 4.22, 128, 22} FF 2,990
FS Jacoby Stevens LSU (6-2, 228, 4.42, 38, 4.22, 128, 20) FF 2,990
FS Antwan Collier UCF (6-3, 195, 4.48, 36, 4.27, 116, 20) FF 2,988
FS Chase Kuerschen Tulane (6-1, 205, 4.42, 33, 4.25, 126, 15) FF 2,988
FS Elijah Molden Washington (5-10, 180, 4.36, 39, 3.93, 128, 15) FF 2,988
FS Khane Pass Louisville (6-1, 204, 4.49, 36, 4,26, 124, 15) FF 2,088
FS Tariq Thompson San Diego St (6-0, 200, 4.42, 36, 4.12, 120, 20) FF 2,988