The Super Scout 2014 NFL Draft Hot 100 Century Club! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

2014 Draft Jarvis Landry
The Super Scout 2014 NFL Draft Hot 100 Century Club!
By Max Emfinger

There are Three Football Players that I am really proud of that were Drafted on Thursday or Friday in this NFL Draft and they all played for LSU. WR Odell Beckham, Jr was Drafted on Thursday by the New York Giants as their #1 Draft Pick and #12 Overall; while RB Jeremy Hill and WR Jarvis Landry #80 (In Photo) were both Drafted on Friday in the Second Round.

Odell Beckham, Jr was one of my MVP’s at my 2010 Super Elite Top Gun Camp as he continued to make One-Handed Catches after another; while Hill was also Outstanding at the Super Elite Top Gun Camp. We really had some great Top Gun Coaches. The WR Coach for Beckham was Former All-Pro and Florida All-American WR Wes Chandler. I told all of my players in my Welcome Speech: “You are going to be able to “Hang-Out” with some of the Greatest Coaches on the Planet, but are you going to impress my Coaches and are we going to remember you in Three or Four Years.” I would have to say that we all will remember Odell Beckham and Jeremy Hill forever.

Both Landry and Hill (In Photo) tried out for my 2010 Super South 7on7 Team. Landry made the Team and was our Most Outstanding Receiver on the Team that Qualified for the Badger Sports Final Championship Tournament in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. I will never forget Landry making numerous unbelievable catches in that first practice. I was standing right by him when a pass was thrown behind him and he reached back and made a one-handed catch. We were going to take Hill to play Linebacker, but he decided not to play, and went to our Top Gun Camp instead. I will remember that catch by Landry forever.

I feel very Blessed to have been able to walk through the lives of these Young Men who became absolutely Great Football Players and are destined for even more Greatness. Not very many Football Scouts on the Planet will ever get the opportunity that I was given to be a part of their lives. Hill was Drafted #2 and #55 Overall by the Cincinnati Bengals and Landry was Drafted #2 and #63 Overall by the Miami Dolphins.

I also stepped into the lives of a few other Players who were Drafted on Friday and another couple on Saturday. Both DE Kareem Martin of North Carolina (In Photo) was Drafted #3 by the Cards and OG Trai Turner of LSU was Drafted #3 by the Panthers and they had talked to me on the phone about playing in my All-American Bowl Game, but both got later offers to play in other games, along with Beckham, who played in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl Game and Landry who played in the Under-Armour Game.

I also talked to Prince Shembo, David Yankey, and one of A.J. McCarron’s Coaches about them playing in my Game. I could have easily had Beckham, Landry, Martin, McCarron, Shembo, Yankey, and Turner in one of my All-American Bowl Games.

I  still like several Quarterbacks for Friday or Saturday, including Derek Carr of Fresno State; Jimmy Garoppolo of Eastern Illinois; Tom Savage of Pittsburgh; Zach Mettenberger of LSU; and A.J. McCarron of Alabama, for either Friday or Saturday. Carr will be Drafted Early on Friday in the Second Round. I really like Carr (In Photo) and I also think that Mettenberger has a lot of raw Potential and will become one of the Big Surprises in this Draft. I also believe that McCarron will become a Super Star.

After Round One, there were some great Defensive Ends, going into Day Two, including Kody Ealy of Missouri (In Photo); Kareem Martin of North CarolinaDeMarcus Lawrence of Boise State; Scott Crichton of Oregon State; Will Clarke of West Virginia; Trent Murphy of Stanford; James Gayle of Virginia Tech; and Jackson Jeffcoat of Texas. All of these Defensive Ends joined Clowney with outstanding Measurables.

There were also some really great Defensive Linemen in RaShede Hageman of Minnesota; Tim Jernigan of Florida State; Ego Ferguson of LSU; Jay Bromley of Syracuse; and Louis Nix of Notre Dame. DT Khyri Thornton of Southern Miss and DT Caraun Reid of Princeton recorded some incredible Measurables.

Everyone knew that there was not a single Running Back Selected on the First Day of the NFL Draft, but Jeremy Hill of LSU; Carlos Hyde of Ohio State; and Bishop Sankey were Selected in Round Two; while Tre Mason of Auburn ; Charles Sims of West Virginia; Dri Archer of Kent State; Terrence West of Towson; and Jerrick McKinnon of Georgia Southern were Selected in Round Three. Andre Williams of Boston College; Devonta Freeman of FSU; Kadeem Carey of Arizona; James White of Wisconsin; and Lashe Seastrunk of Baylor will probably get their call on Saturday. I might add that Henry Josey of Missouri; Williams and Seastrunk recorded some pretty incredible Measurables.

In the Sixth Round of the 2014 NFL Draft, the Kansas City Chiefs made a very Special Selection when they Drafted a very Talented Offensive Lineman from Canada named Laurent Duvernay-Tardif. He ran a 4.93 Forty while weighing 314 pounds and he then went to the Weight Room and Bench Pressed 225-Pounds a total of 34 times. This Canadian is strong, quick, and athletic and he is obviously a Super Combine Freak. His 2,214 MEARS Ranks just behind Greg Robinson with a 2,279 MEARS; Taylor Lewan with a 2,258 MEARS; and Jake Matthews with a 2,242 MEARS. Since all three of those Offensive Linemen were Drafted in the First Round, do you think that the Chiefs got a Steal, by getting Duvernay-Tardif in the Sixth Round?


SUPER SCOUT 2014 NFL DRAFT TOP 100 CENTURY CLUB!

# POS PLAYER   COL    HT WT  40   VJ    SH  SBJ REP MEARS TEAM #OVERALL
#1 DE Jadeveon Clowney SCAR 6-5 266 4.49 37.5 – 123 21 2,347 TEXANS  #1, #1
#2 NG Aaron Donald Pitt          6-1 285 4.61 32 4.39 116 35  2,310 RAMS       #1,#13
#3 OLB Khalil Mack Buffalo 6-3 251 4.6 40       4.18 128 23 2,302 RAIDERS #1,#5
#4 OT Greg Robinson Aub 6-5   332 4.92 27.5  4.86 113 32  2,279 RAMS         #1,#2
#5 WR Sammy Watkins Clem 6-1 211 4.35 36  4.34 126 16 2,262 BILLS         #1,#4
#6 DT RaShede Hageman Minn 6-6 310 4.89 35.5 4.5 114  2,260 Falcons   #2,#37  
#7 OT Taylor Lewan Mich 6-7.5 309 4.87 30.5 4.49 117  29 2,258 TITANS     #1,#11
#8 OLB Ryan Shazier OHST   6-1 237 4.36 42 4.21 130 25  2,244 STEELERS #1#15
#9 OT Jake Matthews A&M 6-5.5 308 5.0 30 4.47 105 24    2,242 FALCONS #1,#6
#10 WR Odell Beckham LSU 5-11.5 198 4.33 38.5 3.94 122 2,241 GIANTS    #1,#12
#11 CB Justin Gilbert OKST 6-0 202 4.3 33.5 4.19 126 20    2,234 BROWNS #1,#8
#12 WR Mike Evans A&M  6-5  231   4.53  37  4.26 122  12     2,220 BUCS         #1,#7
#12 WR Cody Latimer IND         6-3 215 4.4 39 4.2 126 23   2,220 Broncos #2,#56
#13 WR Brandon Crooks ORST 5-10 189 4.29 38 3.81 128  2,219 SAINTS   #1,#20
#14 OLB Anthony Barr UCLA 6-5 255 4.4 34.5 4.19 119 19 2,214 VIKINGS #1,#9
#14 OT Laurent Duvernay-Tardif CN 6-5 314 4.93 31.5 34 2,214 CHIEFS #6,#200
#16 SS Brock Vereen Minn  6-0 199 4.4 34 4.07 117 25          2,213 BEARS     #4,#131
#17 CB StanJean-Baptiste NEB 6-3 218 4.49 41.5 4.19 128  2,206 SAINTS   #2,#58
#18 OLB Prince Shembo ND 6-1 253 4.62 38.5 4.31 122 26   2,206 Falcons   #4,#139
#19 WR Martavis Bryant Clem 6-4 211 4.36 39 4.15 124 16  2,202 Steelers   #4,#118
#20 AP Dri Archer Kent State 5-8 173 4.16 38 4.06 122 20   2,200 Steelers   #3,#97
#21 WR Jeff Janis Saginaw 6-3 219 4.34  37.5 3.98 123 20   2,193 Packers #7,#236
#22 RB Jerr McKinnon GSU 5-9 209 4.41 40.5 4.12 132 32   2,188 Vikings   #3,#96
#23 CB Keith McGill UTAH      6-3 211 4.43 39 4.13 129 12   2,187 Raiders #4,#116
#24 DE Dee Ford AUB           6-2 252 4.56 35.5 4.73 124 29      2,184 CHIEFS   #1,#23
#25 FS Dezmen Southward WIS 6-0 211 4.37 42 4.37 124    2,182 Falcons   #3,#68
#26 QB Blake Bortles CenFla 6-5 232 4.82 32.5 4.21 115   –  2,175 JAGS        #1,#3
#26 WR Allen Robinson PSU 6-3 220 4.47 42 4.0 127             2,175 JAGS       #2,#61
#26 WR Marqise Lee USC   6-0 192 4.41 38 4.01 127  11          2,175 JAGS       #2,#39
#26 ILB Lamin Barrow LSU    6-1 237 4.56 35 4.31 123 22    2,175 Broncos #5,#156
#26 DE Jackson Jeffcoat TEX 6-3 247 4.58 36 4.18 123 18    2,169 MEARS    FA
#27 CB Darquere Dennard MIST 5-11 199 4.39 36 4.21 124 2,168 Bengals    #1,#24
#28 TE Eric Ebron UNC           6-4.5 250 4.55 32 – 120 – 24    2,166 LIONS       #1,#10
#28 DE Kody Ealy Missouri 6-4 273 4.6 32 4.45 120 22         2,150 Panthers  #2,#60
#29 WR Donte Moncrief Miss 6-2 221 4.4 39.5 4.3 132 13     2,162 COLTS       #3,#90
#30 AP Robert Herron WYO 5-9 193 4.4 35.5 4.2 125 18       2,161 BUCS       #6,#185
#31 CB Jason Verrett TCU    5-10 189 4.33 39.5 4.0 128 19   2,158 Chargers   #1,#25
#32 OG Zack Martin ND     6-4 308   5.08 29   4.59  104 28    2,156 Cowboys    #1,#16
#33 CB Bradley Roby OHST 6-0 194 4.35 38.5 4.04 123        2,153 Broncos     #1,#31
#34 DE Kareem Martin UNC 6-6 272 4.66 35.5 4.33 129 22  2,150 CARDS       #3,#84
#35 OG Brandon Thomas CLEM 6-3 317 5.0 29 4.75 99 35 2,149 49ERS      #3,#100
#36 OG Joel Bitonio Nevada 6-4 302 4.97  32 4.44 114  22  2,148 BROWNS  #2,#35
#37 ILB Jeremiah Attaochu GAT 6-3 252 4.56 37.5 4.46    2,047 Chargers   #2,#50
#38 CB Phillip Gaines Rice 6-0 193 4.31 36.5 4.04 122 11    2,146 CHIEFS     #3,#87
#39 RB Andre Williams BC        5-11 230 4.49 38 4.06 129   2,145 GIANTS  #4,#113
#39 TE Blake Annen Cincy         6-4 247 4.4 34 4.3 120 20    2,145 MEARS     FA
#40 DE Demarcus Lawrence Boise 6-3 251 4.69 34.5 4.31   2,142 Cowboys   #2,#34
#40 FS Calvin Pryor LOU   5-11 207 4.47 34.5 4.3 116 18       2,142 JETS         #1,#19
#41 ILB C.J. Mosley ALA     6-2 234 4.62 35 4.4 118 15          2,140 RAVENS    #1,#17
#41 OLB Howard Jones Shep 6-3 235 4.5 40.5 4.41 124 21 2,140 MEARS       FA
#42 QB Johnny Manziel A&M 6-0 207 4.6 31.5 4.03 113 –    2,139 BROWNS  #1,#22
#43 QB Teddy Bridgewater Lou 6-2.5 214 4.61 30 – 112 –   2,138 Seahawks  #1,#32
#43 DE James Gayle VAT          6-4 259 4.56 37 4.27 122 26 2,138 MEARS       FA
#44 QB Derek Carr Fresno         6-2 214 4.63 34.5 4.2            2,137 Raiders      #2,#36
#45 OLB Carlos Fields WinSal 6-1 238 4.48 39 4.22 128 17 2,136 MEARS      FA
#46 OT Cyrus Kouandjio ALA 6-7 322 5.35 31 4.84 106 21  2,134 BILLS        #2,#44
#46 ILB Khairi Fortt CAL        6-2 242 4.64 36 4.35 120 30   2,134 SAINTS  #4,#126
#47 FS Ha-Ha Dix Alabama  6-1 208 4.52 33 4.16 119 11      2,131 PACKERS  #1,#21
#48 CB Kyle Fuller VAT    6-0 190 4.39 38.5 4.19 128 12        2,130 BEARS        #1,#14
#49 RB Lache Seastrunk Bay 5-10 201 4.37 41.5 4.26 134    2,127 Redskins #6,#186
#50 TE Jace Amaro TxT           6-5.5 265 4.6 36 4.3 118 28    2,126 JETS           #2,#49
#51 WR Kelvin Benjamin FSU 6-5 240 4.54 33 4.39 119 13 2,125 Panthers   #1,#28
#51 WR Jarvis Landry LSU       6-0 205 4.46 31.5 4.39 117   2,125 Dolphins   #2,#63
#52 RB Bishop Sankey Wash 5-9 209 4.5 35.5 4.0 125 26   2,123 TITANS     #2,#54
#53 SS Lon Ballentine Mem   6-3 219 4.38 38 4.47 125 18   2,113 TEXANS  #7,#256
#54 RB Terrance West Towson 5-9 225 4.46 33.5 4.4 120  2,112 Browns      #3,#94
#55 OG Trai Turner LSU   6-3   310 4.86   27.5 4.6   100 25 2,110 Panthers  #3,#92
#56 TE Larry Webster Bloomburg 6-6 252 4.54 37 4.44    2,109 LIONS      #4,#136
#57 CB Lamarcus Joyner FSU 5-8 184 4.44 37.5 4.2 124    2,108 RAMS        #2,#41
#57 RB Charles Sims WVA     6-0 214 4.43 37.5 4.3 126 17  2,108 BUCS         #3,#69
#58 DE Marcus Smith Lou        6-3 251 4.62 35 4.38 121     2,107 EAGLES    #1,#26
#59 NG Caraun Reid Prin 6-2 302 4.84 27.5 4.58 106 20   2,104 LIONS     #5,#158
#60 WR Paul Richardson Col         6-0 175 4.38 38 – 123    2,100 Seahawks 2,#45
#60 DE Trent Murphy STAN  6-5 250 4.7 35.5 4.2 118 19   2,100 Redskins #2,#47
#60 TE Troy Nikas ND              6-7 270 4.72 32 4.55 114 27  2,100 CARDS      #2,#52
#60 QB A.J. McCarron ALA        6-3 220 4.84 28 4.34 99 –  2,100 Bengals   #5,#164
#61 OC Wesley Johnson VAN 6-5 297 5.04 29 4.64 111 26 2,099 Steelers  5,#173
#62 DT Khyri Thornton USM 6-3 304 4.95 29 4.76 112 28 2,098 Packers    #3,#85
#63 SS Deone Bucannon WSU 6-1 211 4.44 37 4.26 125 19 2,097 CARDS      #1,#27
#64 OT Justin Britt Missouri 6-6 325 5.07 26 4.69 111 26  2,095 Seahawks #2,#64
#65 WR Bruce Ellington SCAR 5-9 197 4.47 39.5 3.95 120 2,094 49ERS      #4,#106
#66 TE C.J. Fiedorowicz IOWA 6-6 265 4.69 31.5 4.26       2,092 Texans    #3,#65 
#67 DT Ego Ferguson LSU       6-3 315 5.05 29.5 4.9 99 24  2,090 BEARS      #2,#51
#67 CB Kendall James Maine 5-11 180 4.37 39 4.19 120 9 2,090 Vikings     #6,#184
#67 RB Tyler Gaffney Stan     6-0 220 4.44 36.5 4.18 116    2,090 Panthers #6,#204
#68 RB Tre Mason Auburn   5-8   207 4.43 38.5 41.5 125 –  2,089 RAMS        #3,#75
#69 ILB Kyle Van Noy BYU 6-3 243 4.59 32.5 4.2 112 21      2,086 LIONS      #2,#40
#69 OT Matt Patchan BC    6-6.5 302 4.9 33.5 4.6 116  22    2,086 MEARS     FA
#70 SS Jimmie Ward Nor Ill    5-11 193 4.44 38 4.24 125    2,081 49ERS        #1,#30
#70 RB Jeremy Hill    LSU         6-1 233 4.55 31 4.35 113       2,081 Bengals     #2,#55
#71 CB Nevin Lawson UT St 5-10 190 4.39 34.5 4.13 120 16 2,080 LIONS   #4,#133
#71 RB Henry Josey Missouri 5-8 194 4.43 34.5 4.13 116    2,080 MEARS     FA
#72 WR Josh Huff Oregon      5-11 206 4.43 37 4.12 118 15  2,077 EAGLES   #3,#86  
#73 OC Wes Richburg Col St 6-3 298 5.03 25.5 4.63 106 25 2,076 GIANTS  #2,#43
#74 OG Xavier Su’a-Filo UCLA 6-4 307 4.94 25 4.4 102 25 2,074 TEXANS  #2,#33
#75 WR John Brown Pitts State 5-10 179 4.3 36.5 4.12 119 2,073 CARDS     #3,#91
#75 OT Cyril Richardson BU 6-5 329 5.22 25.5 4.83 105 30 2.073 BILLS    #5,#153
#76 DT Jay Bromley SYR     6-3 306 4.96 33.5 4.78 106 26  2,072 GIANTS   #3,#74
#76 RB Devonta Freeman FSU 5-8 206 4.49 32 4.26 118    2,072 Falcons   #4,#103
#77 RB Carlos Hyde  Ohio St 6-0 230 4.56 34.5 4.4 114 19 2,070 49ERS       #2,#57
#77 RB James White WIS         5-9 204 4.52 32 4.2 114 23  2,070 PATS      #4,#130
#78 NG Tim Jernigan FSU 6-2 299 4.92 29.5 4.83 102 27    2,068 RAVENS  #2,#48
#79 DE Scott Crichton ORE ST 6-3 273 4.73 31.5 4.29 108  2,066 Vikings   #3,#72 
#80 WR Jordy Matthews Van 6-3 212 4.4 35.5 4.18 120 21  2,064 EAGLES  #2,#42
#81 DE Aaron Lynch So FLA 6-5 249 4.64 29 4.61 117 18    2,063 49ERS      #5,#150
#82 WR Kevin Norwood ALA 6-2 198 4.42 33 4.22 121        2,061 Seahawks #4,#123
#83 ILB Carl Bradford ASU   6-1 250 4.65 37.5 4.3 122 23   2,060 Packers    #4,#121
#83 TE A.C. Leonard Tenn St 6-2 252 4.49 34 4.39 128  20 2,060 MEARS     FA
#84 OT Morgan Moses UVA       6-6 314 5.2 26 4.95 107       2,059 Redskins #2,#66 
#85 OC Marcus Martin USC 6-3 320 5.18 28 4.93 105          2,055 49ers        #3,#70
#86 WR Mike Campanaro WF   5-9 192 4.4 39 4.0 122 20  2,054 Ravens    #7,#218 
#87 LB Preston Brown LOU 6-1 251 4.66 34.5 4.26 116 23   2,053 BILLS      #3,#73
#88 QB Jimmy Garoppolo E ILL 6-2 226 4.97 30.5 – 110 – 2,052 PATS        #2,#62
#88 OT Michael Schofield Mich 6-7 301 4.94 26 4.53 108  2,052 Broncos   #3,#95
#89 WR Davante Adams Fresno 6-1 212 4.51 39.5 3.3 127  2,049 Packers   #2,#53
#89 OT Garrett Scott Marshall 6-5 307 5.02 33.5 4.4 115  2,049 Seahawks #6,#199
#90 NG Louis Nix ND               6-2 331 5.27 25.5 4.44 97 24   2,047 TEXANS  #3,#83
#90 ILB Will Smith TXT            6-2 231 4.6 37.5 4.3 113 17   2,047 Cowboys  #7,#238
#91 FS Terrence Brooks FSU 5-11 198 4.35 38 4.26 119       2,046 RAVENS #3,#79
#91 WR Shaq Evans UCLA 6-1 213 4.39 34.5 4.21 122 13      2,046 JETS        #4,#115
#92 QB Tom Savage Pitt       6-4 228 4.91 27 4.36 105           2,041 TEXANS   #4,#135
#93 OG Gabe Jackson MISS ST 6-3 336 5.3 29 4.78 108      2,032 RAIDERS #3,#81
#94 TE Crockett Gillmore Col St 6-6 260 4.76 345 4.4 120 2,030 RAVENS  #3,#99
#95 RB Kadeem Carey ARIZ  5-9 207 4.65 35 4.38 115 19    2,029 BEARS      #4,#117
#96 OLB Telvin Smith FSU 6-3 218 4.45 31.5 4.27 119 16    2,021 JAGS         #5,#144
#96 DT Jimmy Staten Mid Tn 6-5 303 4.95 27 4.7 105 30  2,021 Seahawks #5,#172
#97 OC Travis Swanson ARK         6-5 312 5.12 26 4.65 20  2,019 LIONS        #3,#76
#97 SS Ahmad Dixon BAY      6-0 212 4.52 34 4.39 111 14    2,019 Cowboys #7,#248
#98 OT Juwuan James Tenn 6-6 311 5.2 29 4.56 103 22     2,010 Dolphins #1,#19
#98 OT David Yankey Stan      6-6 315 5.3 30 4.69 103 25   2,010 Vikings    #5,#145
#99 OT Antone Richardson Tn 6-6 336 5.18 31 5.0 112 36 2,002 MEARS     FA
#100 RB Alfred Blue LSU       6-2 223 4.55 32 4.5 121 13       2,001 TEXANS #6,#181

INJURED

#1 TE Austin Jenkins Wash       6-6 262 4.62 (Potential)       2,164 BUCS     #2,#38
#2 DT Stephon Tuitt ND                 6-6 304 4.8 (Potential)      2,148 Steelers #2,#46
#3 NG Dominique Easley FLA 6-2 288 4.87 (Potential)          2,101 PATS     #1#29
#4 QB Zach Mettenberger LSU 6-5 224 4.9 (Potential)          2,093 Titans #6,#178
#5 SS Vinnie Sunseri ALA            5-11 210 4.5 (Potential)      2,065 SAINTS #5,#167
#6 CB Dexter McDougle Mary 5-10 196 4.45 37 4.18 122       2,052 JETS     #3,#80
#7 QB Aaron Murray UGA   6-1 207 4.72 (Potential)                2,050 Chiefs #5,#163

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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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