Super 75 Free Agent MEARS RATINGS For Pro Football Showcase League! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

Charlesjohnsonproday426.JPGSuper Free Agent WR Charles Johnson of Grand Valley State
(6-2, 215, 4.38, 39.5. 4.21, 133, 14)

PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL SHOWCASE LEAGUE WILL PLAY INAUGURAL GAME IN 2015!

PhotoProfessional Football Showcase Co-Founder, CEO, and Commissioner Lance Heron spoke recently to a Football Sports Community about his new Professional Football Showcase League, located in California, Nevada, Texas, and New Mexico. They have designed a Professional Football League where all teams are owned by the league owners and investors. The Professional Football Showcase League Promises as a Mission Statement to provide players with a platform to showcase their talents, while pursuing the idea that the players always come first.

The Professional Football Showcase League is designed to take the Players and Coaches best interests into account, making it the league’s primary focus. In talking to Coach Heron, it appears that The Initial Plan is to have as many as 10 Teams in The Texas and New Mexico League Area and 10 Teams in the California League Area for the First Inaugural 2015 Football Season.

Coach Lance Heron believes in what he is doing, because of his unshakeable Faith In The Lord. Coach Heron wants a football loving community who puts God first involved at all levels, from the Water Boy to the Offensive Coordinator. There will be no Beer or Alcohol served at games. Sportsmanship and fair play are critical components to the PFS Code Of Conduct.

The Professional Football Showcase League will target Super Talented Players who have been overlooked, are late bloomers, or players who did not have the financial ability to pay for college and are Flying Under the Radar. Coach Heron shared how the cost of driving from East Los Angeles to Las Vegas prohibits some athletes from ever getting a chance of trying out. Hotel room costs plus food on top of that can extinguish a budding Football Players careers after high school ends because they cannot afford to play on.

Coach Heron says there are try-out camps that have charged $65 only to skip town with cash from 3,000 to 6,000 registered players. Coach Heron has been asked how the League plans on making sure that the Football players and Football Coaches are actual Christians or have some type of Official Status of a Christian Religious Faith and Coach Heron said, “There will be a screening process that involves player evaluations and follow up phone calls.”

Will Smith (American football).JPGDE Will Smith has been a Super Star for The New Orleans Saints, for 10 Years, but he has just become a Free Agent! Smith was selected as the #1 Draft Choice and #18 Overall by the New Orleans Saints in the 2004 NFL Draft. Smith had a very successful Rookie Season with 30 tackles and 7.5 sacks. Originally from Utica Proctor High School in New York, Smith was an All-American Defensive End at Ohio State. Smith has established himself as one of the premier Defensive Ends in the NFL with 457 Career Tackles, 67.5 Career Sacks, and Two Interceptions.

2014 PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL SHOWCASE SUPER 75 FREE AGENTS BEFORE 2014 NFL OR PFS SCOUTING COMBINES

# PO PLAYER                   COL  HT WT 40  VJ SH SBJ REP MEARS              AABG
1. WR Charles Johnson G Val 6-2 215 4.38 39.5 4.2 133 14     2,075 MEARS
2. RB Ben Tate Auburn          5-11 220 4.34 40.5 4.12 124 26    2,050 MEARS
3. DE Will Smith Ohio State 6-3  282 4.7    38.5 4.5   117 30    2,040 MEARS
4. DT Lamarr Houston Texas 6-3 305 4.84 34   4.71 114 30    2,038 MEARS 2006
4. FS Taylor Mays USC               6-3 230 4.31 41   4.24 125 24    2,038 MEARS
6. WR Robert Meachem Tennessee 6-2 214 4.38 38 4.12 128 2,036 MEARS
7. DT Al Woods LSU                     6-4 309 4.98    37 4.67 109 23 2,003 MEARS
8. WR Reggie Travis Southern 6-2 195 4.32 38 4.06126  –       1,980 MEARS  2010
8. WR Tristan Purifoy N Alabama 6-0 200 4.5 38 3.94 124 – 1,980 MEARS Lestini
8. QB Jake Locker Washington 6-3 230 4.59 35     4.12 120 – 1,980 MEARS
11. TE Thomas Logan Sillman 6-3 259 4.59 36   4.06 110 24 1,978 MEARS Lestini
12. QB Tim Tebow Florida       6-3 236 4.72 38.5 4.17  115 –     1,977 MEARS
13. DT Aaron Davis SMU           6-3 305 4.83 34 4.44 117   34    1,975 MEARS Lestini
14. WR Armand Williams LSU 6-2 196 4.5 42  4.16  139  –      1,967 MEARS  2010
15. SS Brandon Johnson UNT   6-1 220 4.5   42 4.28 122 24    1,950 MEARS Lestini
15. OC Zach Kusnir Southern Cal 6-5 290 5.04 32 4.53 104 – 1,950 MEARS Lestini
17. TE D.J. Williams Central Ark 6-2 245 4.56 33.5 4.5 111 – 1,845 MEARS
18. QB Lee Chapple N Alabama 6-1 217  5.03 34 4.28 111 –     1,944 MEARS Lestini
19. TE Will Tye    Stony Brook  6-4 260 4.56 38 4.3  120   –      1,940 MEARS  2010
19. QB Ross Metheny S Alabama 6-3 210 4.65 34 3.97 120 –   1,940 MEARS Lestini
19. AP Terrence Tusan Howard  5-6 160 4.33 38 4.12 126 –    1,940 MEARS  2011
22. QB Bobby Adamson Kearney 6-4 210 4.75 32 4.31 115 –    1,935 MEARS Lestini
23. DT Mike Mustafa Houston      6-3 285 4.9   32 4.8   110 –    1,930 MEARS  2011
24. LB  Ty Powell          Harding 6-2 249 4.6   37  4.4  122  28    1,928 MEARS
25. SS Roman Harper Alabama    6-0 198 4.47 36 4.24 116 19 1,926 MEARS
25. WR Damian Williams USC   6-1 197 4.47 38 4.2   118 19     1,926 MEARS  2006  
25. FB Brandon Bourbon Kansas   6-1 228 4.5   38 3.97 130 – 1,926 MEARS  2010
28. DT Chris Billingslea Citadel 6-5 270 4.97 32 4.25 109    –  1,925 MEARS Lestini
29. FS Xavier Brewer Clemson 5-11 195 4.54 38 3.97 117 –       1,915 MEARS Lestini
30. DE Rufus Johnson Tarleton 6-5 272 4.72 35 4.52 122 20   1,914 MEARS
31. WR Tyler Shaw       NW Mo St 6-0 185 4.41 38 4.16 128 –    1,910 MEARS
31. LB Jon Hatton West Texas A&M 6-1 250 4.75 36 4.16120 1,910 MEARS Lestini
31. AP Nick Jones South Carolina 5-7 177 4.4 38 4.09 124 –    1,910 MEARS   2010
34. FB Jordan Roberts Charleston 5-10 222 4.5 38 4.3 127 29 1,909 MEARS  2008
35. SS Otha Foster W Alabama 6-0 204 4.43 37.5 4.32 120 17 1,908 MEARS
35. FS Malcolm Jenkins Ohio State 6-0 204 4.45 38 4.08 124 1,908 MEARS
37. SS Danny McCray LSU           6-1 214 4.45     36 4.36 117 23  1,903 MEARS
38. WR Jazz King Marshall         5-11 200 4.45 38   3.91 120 –   1,900 MEARS   2010
38. QB Chris Mitchell Ala State    6-3 205 4.92 32 4.16 114 –    1,900 MEARS Lestini
40. WR Mequel Phillips Shenandoah 5-9 197 4.5 38 4.1 121  1,899 MEARS  Lestini
40. QB Rashard Burkette Ala State 6-2 212 4.6 34 4.47 121 –  1,899 MEARS Lestini
42. CB Jumal Rolle      Catawba 6-0 190 4.46 35.5 4.13 123 17  1,895 MEARS
43. FS Clint Coleman Southeastern 6-1 215 4.52 36 4.12 120 1,890 MEARS Lestini
43. TE Karl Jones Jacksonville St 6-2 210 4.62 38 3.96 118 –  1,890 MEARS Lestini
43. SS Sam Carter TCU                       6-0 220 4.5  36 4.2   116 –  1,890 MEARS   2010
46. CB Quentin Jammer Texas    6-0 204 4.49 36 4.12 124 18  1,888 MEARS
47. QB Colt McCoy Texas                    6-1 216 4.73 36 –      114 –  1,882 MEARS
48. SS Rontez Miles    Cal (Pa) 6-0 203 4.52 36.5 4.15 123        1,881 MEARS
49. WR Perry Floyd Jr Wingate  5-6 167 4.5 38    3.97 118   –   1,880 MEARS Lestini
50. FS Matt Pierce      Valdosta 5-10 196 4.53 36.5 4.35 122    1,872 MEARS
51. SS Travis Norton Louisville 6-2 211 4.63 36     4.25 117 –  1,867 MEARS Lestini
52. DE Armonty Bryant E Cent 6-4 265 4.74 34.5 4.43 121 15  1,865 MEARS
52. SS Efe Osawemwenze Southern 6-0 195 4.48 36 4.2 117 – 1,865 MEARS Lestini
52. FS Lewis Johnson Albany St       5-10 185 4.8 36 4.4 109 – 1,865 MEARS Lestini
52. LB Keron Phelps Gardner-Webb 6-1 215 4.6 36 3.97 115  1,865 MEARS Lestini
56. FB Charles Scott LSU           5-11    238     4.67  34 4.3 111 –  1,861 MEARS  2006
57. DE Ridge Wilson  W ALA    6-3 248  4.67 31.5 4.31 116 25   1,856 MEARS
58. WR Jase Thompson New Haven 6-3 195 4.47 35 4.21 121  1,855 MEARS
58. OT Trint Jenkins UTEP        6-10 320 5.09       28 4.9 105 – 1.855 MEARS  2011
60. TE David Wilson Howard   6-4 240    4.78     36 4.28 112 – 1,850 MEARS Lestini
60. TE Aaron Webb GA Southern 6-0 235 4.86   36 4.25 120 –1,850 MEARS Lestini
60. CB Carven Proctor St Xavier   6-0 185 4.55   36 4.13 118  –1,850 MEARS Lestini
60. DE Michael Pierce Tulane        6-0 275 4.68   32 4.22 108 – 1,850 MEARS  2011
60. OC Cody Nugent Plaquemine  6-3 255 4.9      32 4.6   112 – 1,850 MEARS  2011
65. WR Brandon Lafell LSU             6-2 211 4.54   36 4.23 115 – 1,847 MEARS
66. WR Riley Hawkins Samford  5-10 190 4.53 36   4.22 117  – 1,845 MEARS Lestini
67. WR Jusmon Rivers N Alabama 5-10 180 4.6 36 4.0 106  – 1,840 MEARS Lestini
67. WR Isreal Lamprakes S Ilinois 6-0 175 4.42 36 4.1  118  – 1,840 MEARS  2011
67. OG B Williams MO Southern 6-2 335 5.27 29.5 4.9 102 38 1,840 MEARS
67. OLB Mitchell Osborne Tulsa  6-2 210 4.56 36 4.15    110 – 1,840 MEARS  2010
71. RB James McKinney Richmond 6-0 198 4.5 36 4.02 118 – 1,828 MEARS  2010
72. RB Brandon Minor Michigan   6-0 215 4.82 36 4.22 115  – 1,826 MEARS Lestini
72. ATH Trayon Nash Graceland 5-10 190 4.5 36 4.44 112 18 1,826 MEARS Lestini
72. SS Jehrone Bunch Mount Ida 6-2 205 4.56 36 4.22  115  – 1,826 MEARS Lestini
75. FS Ronald Bracy Mobile Sharks 5-10 183 4.5 36 4.2 116 – 1,825 MEARS Lestini

FS Danny McCray has been a Sensational Special Teams Player for the Dallas Cowboys, but he has recently become a Free Agent. McCray played mostly as a Special Teams Super Star during his three seasons with the Cowboys, but the Former LSU Safety started 10 games at Free Safety in 2012 as the team adjusted after injuries. McCray led the Special Teams in tackles in back-to-back seasons each of his first two years in the NFL, accomplishing a feat that no other Dallas Cowboys player had done since my Friend Bill Bates in 1989-90.

The Professional Football Showcase League may not get some of these Super Star Free Agent Players like RB Ben Tate, DE Will Smith, DT Lamarr Houston, FS Taylor Mays, WR Robert Meachem, WR Damian Williams, QB Tim Tebow, QB Jake Locker, FS Malcolm Jenkins, SS Roman Harper, or FS Danny McCray, but they will get Free Agent Players that will be just as good. Tate, Smith, Mays, Locker, Houston, and Meachem had Top Five MEARS RATINGS in their Draft Class!

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 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.

SPECIAL NOTE:
All High School, College, and Free Agent Football Players need to print out this MEARS RATING Report and use it as a guide to get into the NFL or back into the NFL

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About maxemfingerrecruiting

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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