SUPER 60 PRO FOOTBALL OFFENSIVE FREE AGENTS
FOR 2015 NFL AND PRO FOOTBALL SHOWCASE
By Super Scout Max Emfinger
Super Free Agent RET Phillip “Speedy” Livas of Louisiana Tech As He Returns 75-Yard Punt For Touchdown In Miami Dolphins 28-23 Win!
(5-8, 190, 6-2, 225, 4.45, 38, 3.97, 130, 20)
PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL SHOWCASE LEAGUE WILL PLAY INAUGURAL GAME IN 2015!
The Professional Football Showcase League is a New Professional Football Developmental League that was designed to put Football Players and Football Coaches best interests into account, making it the Primary Focus of the League. In talking with Coach Lance Heron, The Initial Plan was for The New Professional Football Showcase League to begin in the 2015 Season with Teams from 14-16 different West Coast cities, of which are all located in Arizona, California, New Mexico, Nevada, and in El Paso, Texas. Their First Football Season will start in May of 2015 and finish on July 4th, with Eight Regular Season Games on their schedule. Training and Super Combines will begin in March and April of 2015.
Coach Lance Heron is the Professional Football Showcase Co-Founder, CEO, and Commissioner and he is a Strong Believer in what he is doing, because of his Great and Unshakeable Faith In The Lord Jesus Christ. Coach Heron wants a Football-Loving Community who puts God First at all levels, from the Water Boy to The Offensive Coordinator. There will not be Beer or Alcohol Served at Our Games and Sportsmanship and Fair Play are very Critical Components to the Professional Football Showcase Code Of Conduct.
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 Christian Religious Faith. “There will be a Screening Process that involves Player and Coaches Evaluations and will be Followed-Up with Phone Calls,” said Coach Heron!
“Integrity, Honor, and Trust are the main values of our organization and those of the players. We have designed a Professional Football League where all teams are owned by the league owners, and in doing so, we do away with individual team owners leaving the organization and taking their teams with them, or not following through with their promises,” Said Coach Heron.
“We thank you for all the local and national support being received and look forward to a great 2015 Football Season. Please stay tuned as we will be announcing exciting news throughout the next several months as the New Professional Football League begins to build and drafting begins.”
When I first talked to Coach Heron about the New Professional Showcase Football League, I was excited, because the New League is formed for the same Super Football Players that I look for to participate in my All-American Bowl Game Classics. I was so impressed with Coach Heron, I invited him to Coach the West Team Wide Receivers in my 2014 All-American Bowl Game and he accepted.
Coach Heron also told me about another Super Coach named John Gregory who had already won two Canadian World Cup Championships and would be one of the New Head Coaches in the New League. Coach Heron also said that Coach Gregory might also be available to Coach in my 2014 All-American Bowl Game Classic and so I called him and he also accepted.
Then Coach Heron invited me to be a Special Guest Super Scout in the John Lestini Group Super Combine that was being held in conjunction with the start of the 2014 Senior Bowl Game. We also have plans again for the Lestini Group Super Combine that will be held on January 17-18, 2015, just before the 2015 NFL Draft and the start of the 2015 Professional Football Showcase Season Opener in May.
Coach Heron Coached the West Team Wide Receivers and Coach Gregory Coached the West Team Quarterbacks in my 2014 All-American Bowl Game Classic and then two weeks later Coach Gregory Coached the Quarterbacks and Coach Heron Coached the Wide Receivers in the John Lestini Group Super Combine; while I evaluated all of the players in the Super Combine.
I mention this for one reason. Coach Heron and Coach Gregory Coached a lot of great players in those two Coaching Situations and we talked a lot about the Talent in both groups. Together, we made some Startling Evaluations that are pretty amazing. The three of us came to the similar conclusion that there were two High School Quarterbacks and two High School Wide Receivers that were as good or better than all of the Free Agents at the Super Combine; that further proves our point that there are always Great Football Players that are always Flying Under the Radar.
I might add that there was also a Tight End and Linebacker on the West Team and a Quarterback, Tight End, and two All-Purpose Players on the East Team that were better than all of the players at their position at the Free Agent Camp. The startling fact is that most of those players did not have Scholarship Offers before the First Practice.
As I have said, the New Professional Football Showcase will Target many of these same Football Players that I have Targeted for my All-American Bowl Games. These are the Super Football Players with Tons of Potential Talent, but who for some crazy reason, have been overlooked; but are Super Football Players with Outstanding and Freaky Measurables. They are Players Flying Under the Radar that are Praying for that Once in a Lifetime Opportunity to show what they can do.
I had another Super Star who played in the same 2007 All-American Bowl Game Classic that also had RB Alfred Morris of the Washington Redskins; CB Kareem Jackson of the Houston Texans; OT Marcel Jones of the New Orleans Saints; and RB Quentin Castille of the Kansas City Chiefs to name just a few. His name was Phillip “Speedy” Livas and he is one of the fastest players to ever play in our All-American Bowl Game. In High School, before he showed-up at our first All-American Bowl Game practice, I had Officially Clocked Livas in a 4.23 Forty in a Super Combine. In High School, Livas was one of the most electrifying little backs that I had ever seen.
As a mere Sophomore, Livas rushed for 1,048-Yards and scored 15 Touchdowns, while earning District MVP. Then as a Junior, he scored 18 Touchdowns while averaging a “Mind-Boggling” 46.5 Yards per Kick Return, including Six Kick Returns for a Touchdown. Then as a Senior, Livas averaged 9.2 Yards Per Carry and although opponents refused to kick to him and always kicked away from him, he returned three Kickoffs for 172-Yards or an average return of 57.3 Yards a Kick Return. At the 2006 LSU Summer Camp, “Speedy” ran the fastest Forty at the Camp when he clocked a Legit 4.3 Forty. He was Louisiana 5A All-State as a Senior.
In 2011, Livas was signed by the Miami Dolphins as an Undrafted Free Agent before being cut before the start of the regular season, and then the Omaha Nighthawks of the United Football League before being released later in their season. Livas then signed with the Saskatchewan Roughriders in October 2012 and was most recently on their Roughriders Practice Squad of the Canadian Football League.
I recently talked to Livas and he is very excited to get another chance of playing Professional Football. I asked him to tell me how fast he thought he was and he said a 4.39 Forty. He is obviously very fast, so I have averaged his best High School Forty of 4.23; his best Time at the 2011 Louisiana Tech Pro-Day of 4.43; and the 4.39 Forty time that he gave me and they average-out to a great 4.35 Forty. He also told me that he was 5-8 and 190. Also at the Louisiana Tech Pro-Day, Livas recorded a 38 Vertical Jump, 4.09 Schuttle, 118 Standing Broad Jump, and 12 Reps of 225 on the Bench Press. With these Measurables, Livas would Record a Great 2,100 MEARS RATING.
My 2010 and 2011 All-American Bowl Games had some unbelievable Talented Freaks that either went on to become great College Stars or they became College Stars at another School after Transferring to that School. Some of my 2010 and 2011 All-American Players will be Super Stars in the NFL and some will be Super Stars in the New Professional Showcase League. Some of the John Lestini Group Super Stars in the 2014 Super Combine and then some of them in the 2015 Super Combine in January will also join them in the New League as Super Stars.
Super Athlete Brandon Bourbon plays Fullback and H-Back for the University of Kansas, but his Athletic Ability and ability to play numerous positions, make him a vary High-Priority Free Agent for the 2015 NFL Draft. In High School at Potosi, Missouri, Bourbon was a Super Combine Freak. In fact! Bourbon was an Absolute Freak of Nature as he Recorded some of the most impressive High School Measurables in the 2009 High School Football Season. At a Super Combine in Indianapolis, Bourbon recorded a 4.0 Flat and a 3.97 Pro-Shuttle; did a 38-Vertical Jump; 130-Inch Standing Broad Jump; and did 20 Reps on the 185 Bench Press. In Track, Bourbon ran a World Class 10.4 in the 100 Meters.
Super Free Agent FB/HB Brandon Bourbon of Kansas
(6-2, 225, 4.45, 38, 3.97, 130, 20)
If you are a College Coach and you watch him on his Highlight Film, after Five Plays, you would pick-up the phone to offer a Scholarship. On his first five plays on his Highlight Film, Bourbon ran 80-Yards or better. The most unbelievable thing about those Five Plays was that he did not score untouched on any Touchdown and as many as Five players either touched him or had a great shot to tackle him and he still scored.
As a Junior in High School, Bourbon rushed for 2,420-Yards and scored 29 Touchdowns. I also thought that Bourbon could become an NFL Flanker or an NFL Safety. I was pretty excited when he excepted my invitation to play in our 2010 All-American Bowl Game, but he was slowed a little by injuries as a Senior.
Bourbon Red-Shirted as a Freshman at Kansas, but he has played three years for the Jayhawks. As a Junior in 2013, Bourbon rushed for 191-Yards on 41 carries and scored three Touchdowns. His Career Stats are 422-Yards on 81 Carries and a 5.2 Yards Per Carry Average. Bourbon was also selected to the 2013 All-Big-12 All-Academic Team and he also caught 20 passes. Bourbon has unbelievable potential to play Fullback, H-Back, Flanker, or Safety.
In our 2010 All-American Bowl Game Classic, in Austin, Texas, we were able to get some of the best players in the country, but there were at least two players who we helped change their lives. Armand Williams and Reggie Travis were two wide receivers from Louisiana that I had found and I thought that they both could be a star in this game, so I put them on different teams.
In that 2010 All-American Bowl Game Classic, Williams #82 caught four passes for 212-Yards, including an incredible 91-Yard Touchdown; while Travis caught three passes for 126-Yards, including a 25-Yard Touchdown from Quarterback Sam Carter as the West Team won 27-12.
Williams and Travis were Super Combine Freaks. Williams did a 42-Inch Vertical Jump and a 139-Inch Standing Broad Jump; while Travis ran a 4.32 Forty at the LSU Summer Camp, but they did not even notice him or recruit him. Both Williams and Travis were 6-2 and had unbelievable hands, in catching the football.
The real story about these two players is that they did not have a scholarship offer between them when I invited them to play in the 2010 All-American Bowl Game Classic. Both Williams and Travis #84 had received two or three offers from minor schools. I invited them to a workout at Plaquemine High School in the middle of December and they both came and they both were unbelievable in catching the football. The practice was on Wednesday and on Friday I talked to Coach Tim Horton at Arkansas and I told him that he needed to recruit these two players. Coach Horton immediately called the Slidell Head Football Coach for a game film on Williams. The Game Highlight Film got there on Saturday morning and by 12:00 Noon, one of the Razorback Coaches had called Williams and offered him a scholarship.
Williams committed to the Razorbacks at our Half-Time Ceremony. In the meantime, Travis, who had only caught 10 passes as a Senior on a run-oriented team, but he still averaged an amazing 37.5 Yards Per Catch; but he was not getting any serious Recruiting Attention. During our All-American Bowl Game Practices, both Williams and Travis were both turning the heads of everyone. After receiving emails from me about their efforts in the game, LSU brought Williams in for a visit on the last weekend and they then offered, while Travis had several offers, but signed with Coach Larry Porter of Memphis because they had offered him first.
Williams was Red-Shirted in 2010 and then LSU signed some other great Wide Receivers and so Williams had to Compete with two or three of the Top Wide Receivers in the Country, including 2014 #1 Draft Choice Odell Beckham and 2014 #3 Draft Choice Jarvis Landry. Then. Williams missed his 2013 Junior Season with an Injury.
Travis #84 was Red-Shirted as a True-Freshman in 2010 for Memphis, but then played in 24 Straight Games, for the Tigers, including 16 Straight Starts in 2011 and 2012. Then Coach Porter was fired and Travis did not play in 2013, prompting a Transfer to Southern for his 2014 Senior Season.
With Williams and Travis being such Super Stars, its hard to visualize any other Wide Receivers in the 2010 All-American Bowl Game, but there were some other great receivers who later became really great College Wide Receivers, including Erik Buchanan of Nicholls; Nick Jones of South Carolina; and Jazz King of Marshall.
In that same game, there was a Hybrid Tight End/Defensive End named Will Tye from The Salisbury School in Connecticut that I had found at a Super Elite Top Gun Camp in Florida. Tye had played Tight End and Safety as a Junior, but he only caught 18 passes on a Run-Oriented Team and he was being over-looked.
On Defense, Tye #44 recorded 45 tackles, but remember he was a 6-3, 240-pound Safety. Now get this! Tye recorded a modest seven Interceptions, as a Junior, but he returned all seven for Touchdowns. He only got credit for six of them, because as he raced into the End-Zone on one of them, one of his teammates clipped and the play was nullified.
At our Fifth All-American Bowl Game Practice, I was watching Tye and how he was “Wowing” all of our Coaches with his play and I walked up to East Head Coach Mike Bennett, as he was on his Cell Phone to FSU Head Coach Jimbo Fisher about Tye. He later Signed with Coach Fisher and Florida State. After getting lost n the shuffle and playing behind a Potential 2015 #1 Draft Choice in Nick O’Leary (6-3, 244, 4.6) in Tallahassee, Tye transferred to Stoney Brook where he started in 2013.
In the Summer of 2010, just after the 2010 All-American Bowl Game Classic in January, I hosted Four Super Elite Top Gun Camps, ending with the Super Elite Offensive Skills Camp. The Super Elite Top Gun Camp was designed to attract as many Super Stars Flying Under the Radar as possible. I also had put together one of the most impressive Coaching Staffs of the Century to help Coach the Super Stars.
There has already been one #1 Draft Choice, including WR Odell Beckham of LSU and one #2 Draft Choice in RB Jeremy Hill of LSU. This is pretty impressive since their Senior Class will be until the 2014 Football Season. Both Beckham and Hill have only been out of High School three years.
The Really Impressive thing about the Super Elite Top Gun Camp Offensive MVP was a Running Back by the name of Julian Hayes. Hayes was a sensational and powerful Running Back find who came to our Top Gun Camp after his High School Friend Will Tye recommended the Camp to him. I thought that Hayes was a Super Strong, Super Quick, Super Agile, and Super Athlete who could play Running Back or Safety at the next level.
When Hayes got to the Super Elite Top Gun Camp, he was one of the biggest surprises at the Camp. Hayes weighed 228 at that Camp and he ran a 4.52 Forty with an Electronic Timer on a hard service. I timed him with a hand-held 4.46-Forty. He also did an incredible 37-Inch Vertical Jump. In the summer, his best Bench Press was 375 and I was pretty sure that he could Bench Press around 400 Pounds. Hayes was so impressive at the Super Elite Top Gun Camp, I invited him to play in my Seventh Annual All-American Bowl Classic and he accepted. Later in the fall, his family had some financial problems and he was not able to play in the Game.
Hayes was a Super Player and a Super Combine Freak, but he was still Flying Under the Recruiting Radar, after our Top Gun Camp, just as he was before our Camp. I cannot understand why he was still Flying Under The Recruiting Radar, but he finally signed with Monmouth College and in 2013, as a Junior, Hayes rushed for 1,111-Yards and caught 11 passes, averaging 92.6-Yards Rushing Per Game. Hayes played at The Hun Prep School and rushed for over 1,500 yards as a Senior.
Another Super Player at the Super Elite Top Gun Camp was RB Derrick Milton of Pineville, Louisiana. Milton was ruled ineligible to play his Senior Season because of his age. His High School Coach called me and asked me if Milton could ride with me to Florida and I said that he could. This is a complete different story which I will tell in one of the next two Free Agent Reports. At the Super Elite Combine Camp, Milton recorded some incredible Measurables, including a 41-Inch Vertical Jump and a 127-Inch Standing Broad Jump.
Since Milton was Ruled Ineligible, he went to Hargrave Military Prep School and then Signed with Mississippi State after his Senior Season at Hargrave. Milton (6-0, 210, 4.5, 41, 4.06, 127) played two seasons with the Bulldogs and played in a total of 22 games. He carried the ball 47 times for 234 yards with four Touchdowns during that time, but he was always playing behind another Super Star, including Vick Ballard. In 2014, Milton asked for a Release and Transferred to McNeese State.
As a Senior at Pineville, Milton rushed for 740-Yards on only 43 carries for an incredible 17.2 Yards Per Carry and 10 Touchdowns. In three Seasons, Milton ran for nearly 4,500-Yards, including 1,800-Yards with 15 Touchdowns as a Junior to help him earn First Team Louisiana All-State.
One of the most intriguing players in the 2014 Football Season and the 2015 NFL Draft has got to be Super Athlete Rob Bolden, a recent Senior Transfer to Eastern Michigan from LSU. Bolden was an All-American Quarterback in High School and he signed with Penn State in 2010; started as a Quarterback as a Freshman; and was on the Penn State Football Team for three years before Transferring to LSU.
Once Bolden #1 got to LSU, he found that they were loaded at Quarterback and so he moved to Wide Receiver, but once again, LSU had two of the best Wide Receivers in the Country in the 2013 Season in Odell Beckham and Jarvis Landry, but they were Drafted and Bolden (6-3, 215, 4.48, 38, 4.22, 128) was going to get ready for his Senior Season with a chance to be in the Starting Lineup.
In one early LSU Spring Practice, Bolden turned a lot of Heads when he made a One-Handed Catch. Then he followed that amazing catch with two more Sensational Catches. Then Bolden decided that he wanted to play Quarterback again and he recently Transferred again and this time to Eastern Michigan. At the recent Mid-American Conference Football Media Day, Offensive Lineman Lincoln Hansen talked about meeting Bolden when the Quarterback visited the campus just before Officially Transferring to Eastern Michigan University.
“He’s a great guy, great athlete and we are excited to get him up here,” Hansen said. “I think he is going to bring a lot of excitement to the program that’s for sure.”
In 2010, Bolden was a high profile recruit coming out of Orchard Lake St. Mary’s High School. He committed to Penn State where he started as a True Freshman, but an injury midway through the season cost him his starting spot. After his Sophomore year, Bolden Transfered to LSU. He Redshirted in 2012 and then didn’t play in 2013. LSU moved him to Wide Receiver, but he decided to Transfer. With his unbelievable Athletic Ability, Size, and Speed, Bolden could be the Shocker of the Year in the 2015 NFL Draft. I think he can play either Quarterback or Receiver in the NFL.
Another intriguing player is Quarterback Terrance Broadway. In 2009, the same Senior Season of Sam Carter, Broadway was the best Athletic Quarterbacks in Louisiana and one of the best in the Country. As a Junior, although he was often injured, but Broadway still passed for a modest 1,257-Yards and Ten Touchdowns; so going into his Senior Season, Broadway was Flying Under the Recruiting Radar at the Start of his Senior Season. Then as a Senior in 2009, Broadway had a Sensational Break-Out Season for Baton Rouge Capital as he completed 135 passes out of 221 passes for 2,140-Yards and 20 Touchdowns.
I was pretty excited when I invited Broadway to participate in my 2010 All-American Bowl Game Classic and he accepted. In fact, I will never forget agreeing to meet him, to get his paperwork, at a Race-Track Gas Station in Lobdell on the way to Lafayette from Baton Rouge. With Broadway in the Game, this would pit QB Sam Carter; WR Reggie Travis; RB James McKinney; and RB Brandon Bourbon on the West Team; while QB Broadway; WR Armand Williams; WR Erik Buchanan; WR Jazz King; RB Nick Jones; and TE Will Tye on the East Team.
Broadway Signed with Houston and played in Four Games as a True Freshman in 2010 for the Cougars. He also started one game and he came off the bench and completed 5 of 8 passes for 84-Yards and a Touchdown against UCLA and he also started against Tulane in a 42-34 Victory as he completed 19-of-28 passes for 174-Yards. After that Season, Broadway Transferred to Louisiana Lafayette and has been a Super Star.
Another Super Athletic Quarterback that did show-up for the 2010 All-American Bowl Game Classic was Aaron Aiken (6-5, 235, 4.6, 36, 4.35, 118, 16) from The Lawrenceville Prep School in New Jersey and he was on the same East Team with Super Star Receivers, Armand Williams, Erik Buchanan, Nick Jones, and Jazz King. Aiken had been Flying Under the Recruiting Radar, but he had been very impressive at some Summer Camps and he Signed with Georgetown.
His best game as a College Quarterback came as a Junior in the 2013 Georgetown Game against Princeton. It would also be his last game as a Starting Quarterback. Aiken completed his first five passes to drive Georgetown for a field goal, and then he completed eight of his first nine passes. It was just like old times, like in his two years at Lawrenceville Prep, when he threw for more than 2,000-Yards and ran for more than 1,000-Yards while scoring 18 Touchdowns. The game was Nationally Televised on ESPNU, and his family and friends from Morristown were in the Stadium.
The Bad News, however, was that before the first quarter ended, Aiken was sidelined by an ankle injury. His career as a Quarterback came to an End as he missed the next six games before throwing 17 passes in the season-ending games against Bucknell and Holy Cross. Aiken finished the season 52-of-110 for 501-Yards, including an impressive game against Davidson, when he threw for Two Touchdowns and rushed for 109-Yards. A Freshman and Sophomore had stepped in front of him on the Depth Chart, and then in the Spring, he was approached by the Coaches to move to Wide Receiver.
“It’s tough being selfless in those times, and you have to put the team first, but at the end of the day that’s really what matters,” Aiken said. “I ended up biting the bullet and I went with the Wide Receiver plan. I recently talked to Aiken and he definitely wants another chance of playing Professional Football and he wants another Shot at playing Quarterback. I think that Aiken can play either Quarterback or Wide Receiver and I Rated and Ranked him at both positions. Aiken Recorded a 2,130 MEARS RATING at Quarterback and a 2,050 MEARS RATING as an Wide Receiver.
We only had a few Tight Ends in the Lestini Super Combine. There were actually only two pure Tight Ends, but two Linebackers and one Running Back could become outstanding Tight Ends in Professional Football. David Wilson (6-4, 240, 4.78) of Howard University made some great caches and has all of the tools to become a great Professional Tight End.
TE Karl Jones (6-2, 208, 4.62) of Jacksonville State was the best Running Back at the Super Combine, but he also could become an outstanding Tight End. Jones had a “Mind-Boggling” 3.96 Pro-Shuttle and I gave him an 1,846 MEARS RATING as a Running Back and an 1,890 MEARS RATING as a Tight End.
TE Thomas Logan (6-3, 259, 4.59) of Sillman College and Aaron Webb (6-0, 235, 4.86) of Georgia Southern worked at Linebacker and Tight End and they both made some outstanding catches at Tight End. Logan ran a Sensational 4.06 Pro-Shuttle while weighing 259-pounds and Recorded a Sensational 2,088 MEARS RATING. Timothy Miller was one of the best-looking Physical Specimens at the Super Combine, but he was recovering from a slight injury and did not run well.-
In talking to Offensive Line Coach Dave Hochtritt, Former Regional Scout of the Edmonton Eskimos, at the end of the Lestini Group Super Combine Camp, and he told me that #92 Zach Kusnir (6-5.5, 293, 4.92) of Southern Cal was an Outstanding Center and Long Snapper. I actually had Rated and Ranked him when he came out of High School and we talked at the Player Seminar on Saturday night. Kusnir ran a Great 4.53 Pro-Shuttle while weighing 293-Pounds and recorded an outstanding 2,121 MEARS RATING.
2015 FAB 50 OFFENSIVE FREE AGENTS BEFORE PRO FOOTBALL SHOWCASE SCOUTING COMBINES
# PO PLAYER COL HT WT 40 VJ SH SBJ REP MEARS AABG
1. FB Brandon Bourbon Kansas 6-2 225 4.45 38 4.0 130 20 2,210 MEARS 2010
2. WR Armand Williams LSU 6-2 196 4.5 42 4.16 139 18 2,207 MEARS 2010
3. ATH Ronald Martin LSU 6-1 218 4.5 39.5 40 125 – 2,181 MEARS TGun
4. RB Ameer Abdullah Nebraska 5-9 194 4.37 38 4.01 128 – 2,180 MEARS TGun
4. WR Reggie Travis Southern 6-2 195 4.32 38 4.06 126 – 2,180 MEARS 2010
6. TE Will Tye Stony Brook 6-3 255 4.5 38 4.3 120 – 2,175 MEARS 2010
7. RB Julian Hayes Monmouth 5-9.5 228 4.46 37 4.22 118 25 2,156 MEARS TGun
8. QB Aaron Aiken Georgetown 6-5 235 4.6 36 4.35 118 16 2,130 MEARS 2010
9. WR Erik Buchanan Nicholls 6-2 205 4.42 40 3.96 123 15 2,125 MEARS 2010
9. RB Derrick Milton McNeese St 6-0 210 4.5 41 4.06 127 – 2,125 MEARS TGun
11. OC Zach Kusnir USC 6-5.5 293 4.92 32 4.53 104 24 2,121 MEARS Lestini
12. AP Trayon Nash Graceland 5-10 190 4.32 38 4.2 112 18 2,120 MEARS Lestini
13. AP Phillip Livas La Tech 5-8 190 4.35 38 4.09 118 12 2,100 MEARS 2007
14. RB Marlin Lane Tennessee 5-11 210 4.45 38 4.02 125 – 2,095 MEARS TGun
15. AP Ronald Bracy Meridian 5-10 182 4.42 39 4.12 118 25 2,094 MEARS Lestini
16. ATH Rob Bolden E Michigan 6-4 215 4.48 38 4.22 128 – 2,090 MEARS F-A
16. AP Terrence Tusan Howard 5-6 160 4.33 38 4.12 126 – 2,090 MEARS 2011
18. TE Thomas Logan Sillman 6-3 259 4.59 36 4.06 110 24 2,088 MEARS Lestini
19. WR Jazz King Marshall 5-11 197 4.4 38 3.91 120 17 2,084 MEARS 2010
20. ATH Sam Carter TCU 6-0 220 4.5 38 4.2 118 22 2,080 MEARS 2010
21. RB James McKinney Richmond 6-0 198 4.5 36 4.02 118 2,060 MEARS 2010
22. OG Gerron Anthony Lamar 6-3 310 4.98 30 4.8 105 – 2,055 MEARS 2010
23. WR Mequel Phillips Shenandoah 5-9 200 4.4 38 4.1 121 2,045 MEARS Lestini
24. OC Dillon Day Mississippi State 6-3 300 5.0 28 4.8 105 2,035 MEARS F-A
25. OC Alex Hill Illinois 6-4 320 5.0 30 4.8 105 2,025 MEARS 2010
25. OG Danny Williams Jackson St 6-3 350 5.2 28 4.8 – 34 2,025 MEARS 2011
27. AP Jaquel Pitts Mayville St 6-1 180 4.39 39 3.9 112 6 2,020 MEARS F-A
28. SLOT Nick Jones So Carolina 5-7 177 4.4 38 4.09 124 2,014 MEARS 2010
29. QB Terrance Broadway ULL 6-2 211 4.56 36 4.4 118 – 2,012 MEARS F-A
30. QB Bo Wallace Ole Miss 6-4 203 4.62 36 4.4 112 – 2,006 MEARS F-A
31. OT Trint Jenkins UTEP 6-10 320 5.09 28 4.9 105 – 2,005 MEARS 2011
32. TE David Wilson Howard 6-4 240 4.78 36 4.28 112 – 1,980 MEARS Lestini
33. QB Jake Locker Washington 6-3 230 4.59 35 4.12 120 – 1,980 MEARS F-A
34. QB Tim Tebow Florida 6-3 236 4.72 38.5 4.17 115 – 1,979 MEARS F-A
35. OC Cody Nugent Plaquemine 6-3 255 4.9 32 4.6 112 – 1,971 MEARS 2011
36. TE Aaron Webb GA Southern 6-0 235 4.86 36 4.25 120 –1,950 MEARS Lestini
37. QB Lee Chapple N Alabama 6-1 217 5.03 34 4.28 111 – 1,944 MEARS Lestini
38. QB Ross Metheny S Alabama 6-3 210 4.65 34 3.97 120 – 1,940 MEARS Lestini
39. QB Bobby Adamson Kearney 6-4 210 4.75 32 4.31 115 – 1,935 MEARS Lestini
40. FB Nigel Terrell FSU 6-1 227 4.46 37 4.42 116 25 14 – 1,924 MEARS 2010
41. RB Brandon Minor Michigan 6-0 215 4.82 36 4.22 115 – 1,915 MEARS Lestini
42. WR Tyler Shaw NW Mo St 6-0 185 4.41 38 4.16 128 – 1,910 MEARS F-A
43. QB Chris Mitchell Ala State 6-3 205 4.92 32 4.16 114 – 1,900 MEARS Lestini
44. QB Rashard Burkette Ala State 6-2 212 4.6 34 4.47 121 1,899 MEARS Lestini
45. TE Karl Jones Jacksonville St 6-2 210 4.62 38 3.96 118 1,890 MEARS Lestini
46. FB Charles Scott LSU 5-11 238 4.67 34 4.3 111 – 1,886 MEARS 2006
47. WR Perry Floyd Jr Wingate 5-6 167 4.5 38 3.97 118 – 1,880 MEARS Lestini
48. TE Timothy Miller Maddogs 6-3 265 5.59 28 4.78 101 – 1,860 MEARS Lestini
49. WR Jase Thompson New Haven 6-3 195 4.47 35 4.21 121 1,855 MEARS F-A
50. WR Brandon Lafell LSU 6-2 211 4.54 36 4.23 115 – 1,847 MEARS F-A
51. WR Riley Hawkins Samford 5-10 190 4.53 36 4.22 117 1,845 MEARS Lestini
52. WR Jusmon Rivers N Alabama 5-10 180 4.6 36 4.0 106 1,845 MEARS Lestini
53. TE D.J. Williams Central Ark 6-2 245 4.56 33.5 4.5 111 1,845 MEARS F-A
54. WR Isreal Lamprakes S Ilinois 6-0 175 4.42 36 4.1 118 1,842 MEARS 2011
55. OC William Lawrence Boise 6-2 297 5.3 28 4.84 105 1,840 MEARS Lestini
55. OG B Williams MO Southern 6-2 335 5.27 30 4.9 102 38 1,840 MEARS F-A
The Professional Football Showcase League may not get some of these Super Star Free Agent Players like FB Brandon Bourbon; TE Will Tye; RB Julian Hayes; WR Reggie Travis; WR Armond Williams; WR Erik Buchanan; SLOT Nick Jones; WR Jazz King; or SLOT Terrence Tusan; but they will get some Super Star Free Agents that will quickly make an impact and get a Quick Invite to play in the NFL.
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 or PFS Team and you only have one Draft Choice left on your current 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 Professional Football Players need to print out this MEARS RATING Report and use it as a guide to get into the NFL or the CFS or back into the NFL.