Top Three MEARS Players For NFL Teams in 2013 NFL Draft! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

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The 2013 NFL Draft was held at the end of April. After Evaluating every player with my MEARS RATING, on all 32 NFL Teams, I have concluded who the Top Three Players on each NFL Team in the 2013 Draft. I then took the Top Three Players on each NFL Team; added their MEARS RATINGS together; and have come up with the Top Four Teams, in order, in each NFL Division.  There were also an Elite Eight  NFL Teams that Averaged 2,000 MEARS RATINGS Per Player.

TOP THREE MEARS PLAYERS FOR NFL TEAMS IN 2013 NFL DRAFT!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE – EAST

1. Eagles – 2106 Lane Johnson – 2028 Earl Wolff – 1920 David King   
2. Redskins
– 1955 Dave Amerson – 1942 Tre Williams – 1942 Jordan Reed
3. Cowboys
– 1941 Terrance Williams – 1940 J.J. Wilcox – 1910 Gavin Escobar 
4. Giants
– 1939 Justin Pugh 1930 Damontre Moore – 1905 Ryan Nassib

NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE – NORTH

1. Vikings – 2100 Xavier Rhodes –  2024 Sharrif Floyd – 1882 Rodney Smith  
2. Bears
– 2040 Cornelius Washington –  2011 Kyle Long – 1942 Michael Ford  
3. Lions – 2064 Ziggy Ansah – 1974 Darius Slay – 1932 Devin Taylor   
4. Packers – 1966 Datone Jones – 1927 Eddie Lacy – 1885 Johnathan Franklin

NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE – SOUTH

1. Saints -2082 Terron Armstead – 1993 Kenny Vaccaro -1940 Kenny Stills
2. Panthers
-2030 Sheldon Richardson-1988 Star Lotulelei-1891 Kawann Short
3. Falcons -2005 Des Trufant -1908 –Malliciah Goodman -1885 Levine Toilolo   
4. Bucs
– 1898 William Gholston – 1895 Johnthan Banks – 1869 Akeem Spence  

NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE – WEST

1. 49ers – 2006 Eric Reid – 1948 Marcus Lattimore – 1947 Tank Carradine
2. Cards
-1982 Jonathan Cooper – 1965 Ryan Swope – 1947 Kevin Minter
3. Rams
– 1993 T.J. McDonald -1990 Tavon Austin – 1908 Montee Ball   
4. Seahawks – 1965 Chris Michael – 1962 Luke Willson – 1923 Chris Harper   

AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE – EAST

1. Bills – 2171 Marquise Goodwin – 1964 E.J. Manuel – 1954 Da’Rick Rogers
2. Dolphins
– 2096 Dion Jordan – 1989 Jamar Taylor – 1917 Dallas Thomas   
3. Patriots – 2016 Robert Alford  2015 Jamie Collins – 1947 Josh Boyce
4. Jets
– 1996 Geno Smith – 1982 Dee Milliner – 1920 Brian Winters   

AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE – NORTH

1. Steelers -2082 Shamarko Thomas-1980 Jarvis Jones-1958 Markus Wheaton  
2. Bengals
– 2079 Margus Hunt – 1989 Tyler Eifert – 1950 Shawn Williams
3. Ravens
– 1956 Matt Elam – 1931 Kyle Juszczyk – 1924 John Simon   
4. Browns – 2002 Keke Mingo – 1881 Leon McFadden – 1856 Armonty Bryant

AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE – SOUTH

1. Titans -2090 Justin Hunter – 1973 Zavier Gooden – 1940 Blidi Wreh-Wilson   
2. Texans
-1988 Andre Hopkins 1986 D.J. Swearinger-1934 Sam Montgomery   
3. Jaguars – 1984 Luke Joeckel – 1954 Jonathan Cyprien – 1947 Dwayne Gratz
4. Colts
– 1965 Bjoern Werner – 1894 Hugh Thornton – 1869 Khaled Holmes

AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE – WEST

1. Raiders – 2030 Sam McGuffie – 1973 D.J. Hayden – 1935 Sio Moore    
2. Chargers
– 1984 D.J. Fluker –  1982 Steve Williams – 1937 Keenan Allen
3. Broncos
-1986 Sylvester Williams 1947 Vinston Painter – 1908 Montee Ball
4. Chiefs – 1998 Eric Fisher – 1950 Travis Kelce 1929 – Knile Davis

ELITE EIGHT TEAMS IN 2013 NFL DRAFT

Bills – 6089
Eagles – 6054
Steelers – 6020
Bengals – 6018
Saints – 6015
Vikings – 6006
Titans – 6003
Dolphins – 6002

2013 NFL FINAL NIFTY 150 PLAYERS IN 2013 NFL DRAFT

# POS MEARS PLAYER COL HT WT 40 VJ SH SBJ REP     NFL TEAM # PICK
#1 WR 2171 Marquise Goodwin TEX 5-9 183 4.19 42 4.09 137 – #3 Bills #78
#2 OT 2106 Lane Johnson OU 6-6 303 4.72 34 4.52 118 28          #1 Eagles #4
#3 CB 2100 Xavier Rhodes FLA 6-2 210 4.39 40.5-132 14            #1 Vikings #25
#4 DE 2096 Dion Jordan ORE 6-6 248 4.56 32.5 4.35 122 –          #1 Dolphins #3
#5 WR 2090 Justin Hunter TENN 6-4 196 4.34 40.5 4.16 138 –  #2 Titans #34
#6 OT 2082 Terron Armstead PB 6-5 306 4.71 34.5 4.72 112 31 #3 Saints #75
#6 SS 2082 Shamarko Thomas SYR 5-9 213 4.42 40.5 4.2 133 28 #4 Steelers #111
#8 DE 2079 Margus Hunt SMU 6-8 277 4.68 34.5 4.51 121 38      #2 Bengals #53
#9 DE 2064 Ziggy Ansah BYU 6-6 272 4.56 34.5 4.26 118 21         #1 Lions #5
#10 LB 2040 Cornelius Washington UGA 6-4 265 4.53 39 – 128 36 #6 Bears #188
#11 NG 2033 Sheldon Richardson MO 6-2 294 4.94 32 – 116 30 #1 Panthers #13
#11 AP 2030 Sam McGuffie RICE 5-10 200 4.36 42 3.93 134 26 Free Agent Raiders
#12 SS 2028 Earl Wolff NCST 5-11 209 4.39 39 4.07 134 –            #5 Eagles #136
#13 DT 2024 Sharrif Floyd FLA 6-3 297 4.87 30 4.75 106 –       #1 Vikings #23
#14 WR 2024 Cordarrelle Patterson TN 6-2.5 217 4.32 37 4.2 128 – #1 Vikings #29
#14 CB 2016 Robert Alford SELA 5-10 188 4.35 40 4.23 32 17     #2 Patriots #59
#15 LB 2015 Jamie Collins USM 6-4 250 4.58 41.5 4.32 139 19   #2 Patriots #52
#16 OT 2011 Kyle Long ORE 6-6 313 4.9 28 4.63 119 –                   #1 Bears #20
#17 FS 2006 Eric Reid LSU 6-1 213 4.45 40.5 4.22 134 17             #1 49ers #18
#18 CB 2005 Des Trufant WASH 6-0 190 4.33 37.5 3.85 125 16 #1 Falcons #22
#19 LB 2002 Keke Mingo LSU 6-4.5 241 4.51 37 4.39 128 –          #1 Browns #6
#20 OT 1998 Eric Fisher CenMich 6-7 306 5.0 28.5 4.44 116 27 #1 Chiefs #1
#21 QB 1996 Geno Smith WVA 6-2 228 4.55 33.5 – 124 –             #2 Jets #39
#22 SS 1993 Kenny Vaccaro TEX 6-0 214 4.52 38 4.06 121 15   #1 Saints #15
#22 SS 1993 T.J. McDonald USC 6-3 219 4.53 40 4.2 131 19       #3 Rams #71
#24 AP 1990 Tavon Austin WVA 5-9 174 4.28 32 4.01 120 14    #1 Rams #8
#25 CB 1989 Jamar Taylor BOISE 5-11 192 4.45 35 4.06 127 22 #2 Dolphins #54
#25 TE 1989 Tyler Eifert ND 6-6 256 4.65 35.5 4.32 119 22         #1 Bengals #21
#27 SS 1986 D.J. Swearinger SCAR 5-11 208 4.56 37 4.11 134 17 #2 Texans #57
#27 DT 1986 Sylvester Williams UNC 6-3 313 4.95 26.5 4.8 102 27 #1 Broncos #28
#29 OT 1984 Luke Joeckel A&M 6-6 307 5.22 28.5 4.68 106 27  #1 Jaguars #2
#29 OT 1984 D.J. Fluker ALA 6-5 339 5.24 27.5 5.0 – –                 #1 Chargers #11
#31 CB 1982 Dee Milliner ALA 6-0 201 4.33 36 4.32 122 –           #1 Jets #9
#31 OG 1982 Jonathan Cooper UNC 6-2 311 5.01 27 4.84 108 35 #1 Cardinals #7
#31 CB 1982 Steve Williams CAL 5-9 181 4.33 40.5 4.1 128 12 #5 Chargers #145
#34 FS 1981 Cody Davis TXT 6-2 203 4.41 41.5 4.01 123 15        Free Agent Rams
#35 CB 1974 Darius Slay MSU 6-0 192 4.31 35.5 4.21 124 14     #2 Lions #36
#36 CB 1973 D.J. Hayden UH 5-11 191 4.33 33.5 – 120 –             #1 Raiders #12
#36 LB 1973 Zavier Gooden MO 6-2 234 4.43 38 4.18 131 27    #3 Titans #97
#38 DT 1966 Datone Jones UCLA 6-4 283 4.75 31.5 4.32 112 29 #1 Packers #26
#39 RB 1965 Chris Michael A&M 5-10 220 4.47 43 4.02 125 27 #2 Seahawks #62
#39 WR 1965 Ryan Swope A&M 6-0 205 4.31 37 4.25 125 16      #6 Cardinals #174
#39 DE 1965 Bjoern Werner FSU 6-3 266 4.77 31 4.4 111 25      #1 Colts #24
#42 QB 1964 E.J. Manuel FSU 6-5 237 4.61 34 4.21 118 –            #1 Bills #16
#43 TE 1962 Luke Willson RICE 6-6 251 4.51 38 4.29 122 23 #5 Seahawks #158
#44 WR 1958 Markus Wheaton ORST 5-11 189 4.4 37 4.02 120 20 #3 Steelers #79
#44 WR 1958 DeAndre Hopkins CLEM 6-1 214 4.41 36 4.5 115 15 #1 Texans #27
#46 SS 1956 Matt Elam FLA 5-10 208 4.48 35.5 – 118 17             #1 Ravens #32
#47 CB 1955 Dave Amerson NCST 6-1 205 4.39 35.5 – 127 15   #2 Redskins #51
#48 FS 1954 Jonathan Cyprien FIU 6-0 217 4.5 38.5 4.21 120 –     #2 Jaguars #33
#48 WR 1954 Da’Rick Rogers T-Tech 6-3 219 4.46 39.5 4.06 132 10 Free Agent Bills
#50 SS 1950 Shawn Williams UGA 6-0 215 4.4 36 4.25 120 25 #3 Bengals #84
#51 LB 1947 Kevin Minter LSU 6-0 246 4.67 34.5 4.49 119 25 #2 Cardinals #45
#51 WR 1947 Josh Boyce TCU 5-11 206 4.34 34 4.1 131 22 #4 Patriots #102
#51 CB 1947 Dwayne Gratz CONN 5-11 201 4.41 38 4.15 125 22 #3 Jaguars #64
#51 OG 1947 Vinston Painter VAT 6-4 306 4.86 30.5 4.56 97 32 #6 Broncos #173
#55 DE 1945 Corey Lemonier AUB 6-3 255 4.56 33 4.4 119 27 #3 49ers #88
#56 QB 1944 Matt Scott ARIZ 6-2 213 4.59 31 3.99 118 – Free Agent Jaguars
#57 DT 1943 Lawrence Okoye NA 6-5.5 304 4.85 36 4.38 125 30 Free Agent 49ers
#58 RB 1942 Michael Ford LSU 5-10 206 4.42 30.5 4.25 130 25 Free Agent Bears
#58 LB 1942 Tre Williams CONN 6-1 241 4.51 38 – 124 30 Free Agent Redskins
#60 RB 1941 Le’Veon Bell MIST 6-2 230 4.52 31.5 4.24 118 24 #2 Steelers #48
#60 WR 1941 Terrance Williams BU 6-2 208 4.44 32.5 4.32 119 11 #3 Cowboys #74
#62 WR 1940 Kenny Stills OU 6-1 195 4.3 33.5 4.13 124 16 #5 Saints #144
#62 SS 1940 J.J. Wilcox GA-SO 6-0 215 4.51 35 4.09 124 17 #3 Cowb0ys #80
#62 CB 1940 Blidi Wreh-Wilson CONN 6-1 195 4.4 36 4.12 128 14 #3 Titans #70
#65 OG 1939 Justin Pugh SYR 6-4 307 5.14 28.5 4.63 103 – #1 Giants #19
#66 LB 1935 Sio Moore CONN 6-1 245 4.59 38 4.31 127 29 #3 Raiders #66
#67 DE 1934 Sam Montgomery LSU 6-3 262 4.72 35 4.5 114 22 #3 Texans #95
#67 NG 1934 John Jenkins UGA 6-4 332 5.2 34.5 4.94 96 30 #3 Saints #82 
#69 DT 1933 Nich Williams STAM 6-5 309 4.82 33 4.65 111 28 #7 Steelers #223
#70 LB 1932 Trev Williams CONN 6-1 241 4.57 38 4.36 124 30 #4 Texans #124
#70 DE 1932 Devin Taylor SCAR 6-7 266 4.65 35 4.3 128 14  #4 Lions #132
#72 FB 1931 Kyle Juszczyk HAR 6-1 248 4.71 37 4.19 121 24 #4 Ravens #130
#73 DE 1930 Damontre Moore A&M 6-5 260 4.82 35.5 4.37 122 19 #3 Giants #81
#73 LB 1930 Jon Bostic FLA 6-1 245 4.54 32.5 4.24 118 22 #2 Bears #50
#75 DE 1929 Lavar Edwards LSU 6-4 277 4.71 33 4.51 119 21 #5 Titans #142
#75 TE 1929 Vance McDonald RICE 6-4 267 4.59 33.5 4.53 119 31 #2 49ers #55
#75 RB 1929 Knile Davis ARK 5-11 227 4.32 33.5 4.38 121 31 #3 Chiefs #96
#78 CB 1928 Tyrann Mathieu LSU 5-9 194 4.43 34 4.14 17 4 #3 Cardinals #69
#79 RB 1927 Eddie Lacy ALA 5-11 231 4.58 33.5 4.44 115 – #2 Packers #61
#79 WR 1927 Robert Woods USC 6-1 201 4.39 33.5 4.36 117 14 #2 Bills #41
#79 LB 1927 Arthur Brown KSU 6-1.5 241 4.61 32.5 4.31 116 21 #2 Ravens #56
#82 OC 1926 Brian Schwenke CAL 6-3 323 4.94 26.5 4.74 108 32 #4 Titans #107
#83 CB 1925 Nickell Robey USC 5-7 169 4.35 40.5 4.09 127 10 Free Agent Bills
#84 DE 1924 Alex Okafor TEX 6-5 262 4.72 36 4.39 112 21 #4 Cardinals #103
#84 RB 1924 Gio Bernard UNC 5-9 204 4.42 33.5 4.12 122 19 #2 Bengals #37
#84 DE 1924 John Simon OHST 6-2 257 4.62 33 4.42 118 – #4 Ravens #129
#87 WR 1923 Chris Harper KSU 6-1 229 4.46 35.5 4.26 116 20 #4 Seahawks #123
#87 AP 1923 Denard Robinson MICH 5-11 199 4.34 36.5 4.22 123 #5 Jaguars #135
#89 LB 1922 Jarell Childs KSU 6-1 233 4.63 35.5 4.19 135 18 Free Agent Raiders
#89 DT 1922 Jesse Williams ALA 6-4 325 4.9 – 4.75 – 30 #5 Seahawks #137
#91 DE 1920 David King OU 6-4 275 4.67 32 – 114 27 #7 Eagles #239
#92 NG 1918 Bennie Logan LSU 6-3 309 5.0 28 4.67 104 30 #3 Eagles #67
#92 RB 1918 Latavious Murray UCF 6-3 223 4.38 36 4.36 124 22 #6 Raiders #181
#94 CB 1915 Marcus Cromartie WI 6-0 195 4.35 34 4.19 114 –Free Agent Chargers
#95 DE 1914 Rufus Johnson TSU 6-5 272 4.69 34.5 4.56 122 20     #6 Saints #183
#95 LB 1914 Alex Ogletree UGA 6-3 242 4.62 33.5 4.39 122 20 #1 Rams #30
#97 TE 1913 Zach Ertz STAN 6-5 249 4.68 30.5 4.47 111 24 #2 Eagles #35
#98 TE 1910 Gavin Escobar SDST 6-6 255 4.72 32 4.31 114 12 #2 Cowboys #47
#99 RB 1908 Montee Ball WIS 5-11 214 4.56 32 4.11 118 15 #2 Broncos #58
#99 DE 1908 Malliciah Goodman CLM 6-4 276 4.7 33 4.48 117 26 #4 Falcons #127
#101 LB 1907 Manti Te’o ND 6-1 241 4.72 33 4.27 113 21 #2 Chargers #38
#101 LB 1907 Alex Debniak STAN 6-2 236 4.55 33.5 4.29 123 25 Free Agent 49ers
#103 SS 1906 Duke Williams NEV 5-11 203 4.48 37.5 4.0 126 13 #4 Bills #105
#104 QB 1905 Ryan Nassib SYR 6-2 227 4.92 28.5 4.63 105 – #4 Giants #110
#105 CB 1901 Brandon McGee MIA 5-11 193 4.37 33.5 4.18 119 14 #5 Rams #149
#106 CB 1900 Terry Hawthorne ILL 6-0 195 4.31 35.5 4.2 116 13 #5 Steelers #150
#107 RB 1898 Andre Ellington CLEM 5-9 199 4.48 34 – 122 – #6 Cardinals #187
#107 WR 1898 Quinon Patton LAT 6-0 204 4.44 37 4.01 118 8 #4 49ers #128
#107 DT 1898 William Gholston MIST 6-6 279 4.93 28.5 4.59 110 23 #4 Bucs #126
#110 CB 1895 Johnthan Banks MSU 6-2 185 4.53 34 4.27 125 10 #2 Bucs #43
#110 RB 1895 Joseph Randle OKST 6-0 204 4.51 35 4.25 123 – #5 Cowboys #151
#111 OG 1894 Hugh Thornton ILL 6-3 322 5.09 28 4.63 – 27 #3 Colts #86
#112 DE 1892 Khaseem Greene RUT 6-1 241 4.58 30 – 116 17 #4 Bears #117
#112 FS 1892 Keelan Johnson ASU 6-0 209 4.48 36.5 4.07 125 FreeAgent Dolphins
#114 WR 1891 Stedman Bailey WVA 5-10 193 4.43 34.5 4.09 117 11 #3 Rams #92
#114 DT 1891 Kawann Short PUR 6-3.5 303 5.08 27 4.65 100 29 #2 Panthers #44
#116 OC 1889 Travis Frederick WIS 6-4 312 5.5 28.5 4.76 97 21 #1 Cowboys #31
#117 RB 1885 Johnathan Franklin UCLA 5-10 205 4.4 32 4.3 115 18 #4 Pack #125
#117 OT 1885 Menelik Watson FSU 6-5 314 5.19 27.5 5.01 103 19 #2 Raiders #42
#117 LB 1885 A.J. Klein ISU 6-1 250 4.61 33 4.35 113 24 #5 Panthers #148
#117 TE 1885 Levine Toilolo STAN 6-8 260 4.79 31 4.57 117 17 #4 Falcons #133
#121 TE 1884 Dion Sims MIST 6-5 262 4.68 35 4.52 112 26 #4 Dolphins #106
#122 RB 1882 Kenjon Barner ORE 5-9 196 4.39 35.5 4.1 122 20 #6 Panthers #182
#122 SS 1882 Don Jones ARST 5-11 191 4.38 42 4.48 127 17 #7 Dolphins #250
#122 WR 1882 Rodney Smith FSU 6-4 225 4.45 34.5 4.07 120 – Free Agent Vikings
#125 CB 1881 Leon McFadden SDST 5-10 193 4.5 34.5 4.27 119 #3 Browns #68
#126 DE 1880 Tourik Williams FIU 6-3 260 4.7 33 4.46 112 25 #6 Chargers #179
#127 FS 1878 Tharold Simon LSU 6-2 202 4.44 34 4.41 128 9 #5 Seahawks #138
#128 CB 1877 Sanders Commings UGA 6-0 216 4.41 34.5 4.3 117 23 #5 Chiefs #134
#129 OT 1871 Brennan Williams UNC 6-6 318 5.32 28.5 4.88 97 #3 Texans #89
#130 OC 1869 Khaled Holmes USC 6-3.5 302 5.29 29.5 4.74 100 #4 Colts #121 
#130 DT 1869 Akeem Spence ILL 6-1 307 5.09 30 4.6 107 37 #4 Bucs #100
#132 SS 1866 Phillip Thomas FRESNO 6-1 208 4.57 35 – 122 14 #4 Redskins #119
#133 OG 1865 David Bakhtiari COL 6-4 300 5.02 25.5 4.74 97 28 #4 Packers #109
#134 RB 1863 Rex Burkhead NEB 5-10 214 4.6 39 4.09 125 21 #6 Bengals #190
#135 RB 1862 Zac Stacy VANDY 5-9 216 4.53 33 4.17 126 27 #5 Rams #160
#136 RB 1861 Mike Gillislee FLA 5-11 208 4.38 30.5 4.4 119 15 #5 Dolphins #164
#137 DE 1870 Eric Martin NEB 6-1 250 4.53 32 3.97 112 –        Free Agent Saints 
#138 QB 1860 Tyler Wilson ARK 6-2 215 4.93 28.5 4.39 112 – #4 Raiders #112
#139 DE 1856 Armonty Bryant ECN 6-4.5 263 4.69 31.5 4.43 121 15 #7 Browns #217
#140 CB 1852 Logan Ryan RUT 5-11 191 4.53 32.5 4.06 116 14 #3 Patriots #83

ADDITIONAL MEARS RATINGS

So if a College Football Player is injured and cannot attent the NFL Scouting Combine and then he is still injured when his College has their Pro-Day for the NFL Scouts? How do 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.

After Evaluating all of these College Football Players in the 2013 NFL Draft, either in person or on their College Game Film, the following players have been given a Legit  MEARS RATING.

#1 OG 1934 Chance Warmack ALA 6-2 317 5.33 Injured at Combine #1 Titans #10
#1 DT 1988 Star Lotulelei UTAH 6-3 311 Injured at Combine #1 Panthers #13
#1 LB 1980 Jarvis Jones UGA 6-2 245 Injured at Combine #1 Steelers #17
#2 DT 1947 Tank Carradine FSU 6-4 276 4.9 Injured at Combine #2 49ers #41
#2 LB 1936 Kiko Alonzo ORE 6-3.5 238 4.72 Injured at Combine #2 Bills #46
#3 TE 1950 Travis Kelce CINCY 6-5 255 4.62 Injured at Combine #3 Chiefs #63
#3 TE 1942 Jordan Reed FLA 6-3 246 4.66 Injured at Combine #3 Redskins #85
#3 OG 1920 Brian Winters KENT 6-4 320 5.25 Injured at Combine #3 Jets #72
#3 WR 1937 Keenan Allen CAL 6-2 206 4.53 Injured at Combine #3 Chargers #76
#3 OT 1917 Dallas Thomas TEN 6-5 306 5.08 Injured at Combine #3 Dolphins #77
#3 DT 1907 John Jenkins UGA 6-4 346 5.23 Injured at Combine #3 Saints #82
#4 LB 1916 Nico Johnson ALA 6-2 248 4.76 Injured at Combine #4 Chiefs #99
#4 LB 1876 Jalani Jenkins FLA 6-1 243 4.67 Injured at Combine #4 Dolphins #104
#4 OC 1892 Barrett Jones ALA 6-5 306 5.43 Injured at Combine #4 Rams #113
#4 RB 1948 Marcus Lattimore SCAR 6-0 219 4.5 Injured at Combine #4 49ers #131
#6 SS 1922 Bacarri Rambo UGA 6-1 211 4.57 Injured at Combine #6 Redskins #191

Every College and NFL Team has their own Rating System to rate football players and although most of the Rating Systems are similar and basically the same, the main goal is to get as much accurate information on each player as possible.

When I was a Talent Scout with the Dallas Cowboys in 1975-76, we had a system and when I left the Cowboys in 1976, I developed a similar Rating System that we had used in the 1976 NFL Draft. This was the Tony Dorsett Draft and we used this Rating System to conclude that Tony Dorsett was our #1 Player in the 1976 NFL Draft.

I refer to this new Rating System as the MAX EMFINGER ASSET RATING SYSTEM or MEARS RATING. The word ASSET stands for Agility, Strength, Stamina, Explosiveness, and Technique. These are the essential tools for a superior athletic performance in any competitive event. This new MEARS RATING SYSTEM or a similar rating system identifies overall athletic ability and is used by Top College and Pro Coaches around the country as an initial indicator of the athletic potential of an athlete on the football field.

The 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 NFL 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 Vertical Jump, Pro-Agility Shuttle, or a Standing Broad Jump.

“Max, we have got to set a standard for each position for every Measurable that we test at a Super Combine,” said Legendary University of Nebraska Strength Coach Boyd Epley and then we worked on setting standards for each position. “The standard for an offensive tackle, for example, has been 6-5 and 275 for twenty years and although the players are getting bigger, stronger, and faster, we don’t need to keep changing the medium standard, said Epley, “but our ratings will continue to get higher as the players will achieve to get bigger, stronger, and faster.”

So each position has a standard for each test and Measurable. A player will get plus points for every tenth of a second over the Position Standard for Speed, but a maximum of 400-points. Most all of the Players who recorded a 2,000 MEARS RATING, received a Maximum 400 Points in both the Forty and Pro-Shuttle.

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 Super Combines. 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 Football Players don’t even know what their Measurables are and you would think that they would, but they don’t. Many times, a High School Football Player will list his best Forty Time as a 4.8 and then twenty minutes later run a 4.6 or better. Also, 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 can improve on their Distance Measurables by as much as Six to Eight Inches.

If an NFL Team is going to invest Millions of Dollars on a player, they want to know exactly how fast and how athletic the player is for his position. Some of these Colege Players were unbelievable at the 2013 Scouting Combine and their NFL Draft Stock went off the Draft Map. As evidence of players getting niggers, stronger, and faster each year, we had a record 19 players who recorded a 2,000 MEARS RATING or better.

Our Number One Player in this 2013 NFL Draft was University of Texas Super Star Marquise Goodwin. This Olympian Long Jumper ran a 4.19 in the Forty; did a 42-inch Vertical Jump; recorded a 137-inch Standing Broad Jump; and recorded a 2,171 MEARS RATING. This is the The Third Highest MEARS RATING in NFL History. Only RGII, with a 2,226 MEARS and Nick Perry with a 2,132 MEARS in the 2012 NFL Draft had better MEARS RATINGS than Goodwin. Lane Johnson with a 2,106 MEARS and Xavier Rhodes with a 2,100 MEARS are the only other players to record a 2,100 MEARS RATING.

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My mission and goal is to search for that hidden high school football talent that has not been found yet. I then evaluate him and try to help him to get some publicity. In 2003, 2004, 2005. and 2006, I hosted my Annual 7on7 National Championship. My goal was to get great athletes to one area where I could evaluate them and then help them with college coaches. The only drawback was that college coaches wanted to see the hidden gems in a game-type 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 talented players in a highlight film, playing against other talented players. It's noted that the NCAA doesn't allow the college coaches to attend All-American Games or practices and so the Game Film is a great tool for the college coaches. In 2005, I hosted my 1st Annual All-American Bowl Game. In nine games in nine years, my wife and I have helped 549 HS football players to get a scholarship that came to our first Bowl Game practice without a single scholarship offer. This also does not count over 1,000 players who we have helped that did not play in our game, including over 100 players in the 2010 Recruiting Season. My Super Elite Top Gun Camp idealogy, is of course, to get as many Top Football Players to a Top Gun Camp so that all of my coaches and I can evaluate them, rate them, rank them, and promote them. There will always be "Diamonds in the Rough" to be found. My First Annual Max Emfinger's Super Elite Top Gun Camp was in July of 2010. The Camp was amazing and loaded with unknown and known talent. Many of them were invited to play in our 2011 All-American Bowl Game Classic. In 2007, in my 3rd Annual All-American Bowl Game, a player by the name of Kareem Jackson came to our first Monday practice, without a single scholarship offer. Jackson decided to come out early and he became a #1 Draft Choice in the 2010 NFL Draft for the Houston Texans.
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