2016 NFL Scouting Combine Initial Super 60 MEARS RATINGS. By Super Scout Max Emfinger

2016 NFL SCOUTING COMBINE
INITIAL SUPER SIXTY MEARS RATINGS
By Super Scout Max Emfinger


Founder of MEARS PLAYER RATING SYSTEM, 1976, Dallas, TX
Founder of First HS Football Recruiting Service, 1979, Houston, TX
Founder of First Select Baseball Team, 1990, Houston, TX
Founder of First 7on7 National Championship, 2001, Houston, TX
Founder of HS All-American Bowl Game, 2005, Shreveport, LA
Founder of Super Elite Top Gun Combine, 2007, Honolulu, HI

“Although the Dallas Cowboys 2015 #1 Draft Choice, Cornerback Byron Jones of U-Conn, broke the MEARS RATING WORLD RECORD in the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine with an Incredible 2,583 MEARS RATING; but isn’t it ironic that the Two Super-Stars in The 2016 Super Bowl 50, QB Cam Newton of the Panthers and LB Von Miller of the Broncos both recorded Identical 2,492 MEARS RATING in the 2011 NFL Scouting Combine!” – Emfinger

THIS IS NOT THE FIRST GOLD, BLUE, RED, AND GREEN
RATING SYSTEM!

Forty Years Ago, in 1975, when I was a Talent Scout with the Dallas Cowboys, my Boss, Gil Brandt, invited me to Follow him down the hallway where we went into a Conference Room where Head Football Coach Tom Landry and Defensive Coordinator Ernie Stautner were waiting to Talk to me. “Max, we want you To Coordinate a Dallas Cowboys Team Project for us,” said Coach Landry. “We want you To Coordinate the Rating and Ranking of every Active NFL Player and then Color-Code every player in the NFL as to their Rating and Ranking.”

GOLD = NFL All-Pro Player
BLUE = NFL Future All-Pro or Past All-Pro
RED = Average NFL Player
GREEN = Rookie or Second Year Player

NOTE: A huge“Flip-Chart” was developed with each NFL Team. Then, a Color-Coded Business-Card with Name, Height, Weight, and Forty for each NFL Player placed in the “Flip-Chart” sleeve for each position on the football field for both the Teams on Offense and Defense of each NFL Team. The Late Legendary Head Coach Tom Landry and The Late Legendary Defensive Coordinator Ernie Stautner used this First Color-Coded Rating System as info in their weekly Scouting Report in preparation for their next game of the Season. In 1975, there were 28 NFL Teams and each Team had around 50 Players; so I evaluated around 1,400 Players. It took me about three weeks, but the Flip-Chart was ready before The Fourth Game Against the New York Giants.


Coach Tom Landry, First Super Scout Gil Brandt, and Owner Tex Schramm

My job with the Dallas Cowboys was to Evaluate, Rate, and Rank College Football Players for the NFL Draft. My boss, Gil Brandt, also asked me to Evaluate, Rate, and Rank all of the Top Texas High School Football Players for the 1976 Football Recruiting Season and I made a Texas Top 100 Recruiting List to give to all of the College Football Coaches.

Then when Coach Landry asked me to Evaluate, Rate, Rank, and Color-Code Every Football Player in the NFL, I was probably the First and Last Talent Scout on the Planet who was asked to Evaluate High School, College, and Professional NFL Football Players in the same Football Season. After finishing this Huge Dallas Cowboys Scouting Project, Coach Landry and Coach Stautner gave me the Title of Super Scout: “Coach Stautner, I think we have us a Real Super Scout!”

HOW THE MEARS RATING SYSTEM WORKS AND WHY IT IS SO IMPORTANT!

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 Really “Accurate Measurables” are recorded on the NFL Players Before The NFL Scouting Combine. It’s easy to say someone can run a 4.4 or a 4.3 Forty, but before an Accurate Hand-Held Timing by a Professional Talent 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, before the Annual NFL Scouting Combine and before entering the NFL Draft, will hire a Sports Trainer to train them and teach them how to do a proper Vertical Jump, Pro-Agility Shuttle, and a Standing Broad Jump.

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 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 him a MEARS RATING if he does not have Valid and Accurate Measurables? The answer is Very Simple! If you have some of his Speed Measurables, you can approximate his other Speed Measurables based upon his Game Film Evaluation or Actual Game Evaluation, giving him the Maximum Points in most of his Speed Measurables for his position.

Most High School and College 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 or College Football Player will list what he thinks is his best Forty Time as a 4.8 and then twenty minutes later runs a 4.6 Forty or better. Also, you must keep in mind that with a little instruction and training, most High School and College Football Players can improve their Speed Measurables by Two and Three Tenths of a Second and can improve on their Distance Measurables by as much as Six to Eight Inches. Some of this Information may not mean as much to you as other parts, but all Football Players and Coaches still need to understand How and Why the MEARS RATING SYSTEM was Developed and how it Evolved over the Years.

Before I Started Using my original MEARS RATING SYSTEM, I decided that it needed a little Tweaking and so I called one of my old Coaching Friends, The Legendary and long-time Strength Coach and Genius, Boyd Epley. Before Coach Epley (In The Photo Below) was hired by Legendary, Nebraska Cornhuskers Head Coach and Athletic Director Bob Devaney in September 1969, as The Nebraska Strength and Conditioning Coach, College Football Teams in America did not have Strength and Conditioning Coaches and this type of coach was non-existent.


Coach Boyd Epley

For years it had existed largely as an underground movement at only a handful of schools like a Knights Templar-esque Secret Society, but Coach Epley changed all of that and he is still considered today to be the Father and Founder of the new Strength and Training methods that we now use today. Coach Epley was the one person that I wanted to help me with my Tweak. In 1978, Coach Epley formed the National Strength And Conditioning Association and he is still their Director.

Max, we have got to set a Standard for every Position for every Set of Measurable that we test at a Super Combine,” said Coach Epley. Then we worked on a Set of Standards for each position. For Example: “The Standard for an Offensive Tackle, has always been 6-5 and 275 for Forty Years. The Players are always going to get Bigger, Stronger, and Faster, but we don’t need to keep changing the Medium Standard, said Coach Epley. Our MEARS RATINGS will always continue to get Higher as the Players will achieve to get Bigger, Stronger, and Faster.” Recently, I Tweaked the OT Height to 6-4.

This Formula is based on each individual positions and is based on a MEDIUM STANDARD for that position for every test or Measurable in a Super Combine. 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, but a maximum of 400 points. Example: Trent Williams ran a 4.79 Forty and the standard for an Offensive Lineman is 5.3, and he received a Maximum 400 points.

Forty-Yard Dash (40) is a test of raw speed, stamina, and explosiveness. It is a test of pure speed from Point A to Point B. Technique is also very important. This is a very good test of measure for all skill players who may have to run 40-yards in a game. The Original Running Back standard was a 4.6 Forty, but many Great Running Backs are too “Banged-Up” at the End of the Season, so I Recently Changed the Standard to 4.8. Running Backs get ten points per each tenth over the standard. Example: In the 2010 NFL Super Combine, Trindon Holliday ran a 4.21 Forty and got 390 Points; while our 2013 Game MVP Josh Cleveland ran a 4.29 Forty and received 310-Points. Now, they would both get the Maximum 400 Points.

Patrick Peterson (6-0, 219, 4.31) of LSU was a Real Super Combine Freak. Before 2011, there may have never been a player who tested as well at every Measurable, for his position, but Peterson was able to do some Incredible Measurables at the 2011 NFL Super Combine. First of all, how many Cover Cornerbacks have ever weighed-in at 219 pounds?

Most Cornerbacks are streamlined to be fast, quick, and light. So then when he ran a 4.31 Forty and did a 4.07 Pro-Agility Shuttle, you will have to admit that he’s a Super Combine Freak. Then Peterson did a 38-inch Vertical Jump; did a 126 Standing Broad Jump; and 15 Reps of 225 on the Bench Press, and set a World Record at the Time with a 2,058 MEARS RATING. Later, in the 2011 NFL Super Combine, Cam Newton broke Patterson’s MEARS WORLD RECORD with a 2,470 MEARS RATING. Jake Locker Recorded a 2,457 MEARS RATING. Under 2016 Standards, Peterson would have Recorded a 2,470 MEARS RATING and Newton an Incredible 2,492 MEARS RATING at the 2016 NFL Scouting Combine.

Before the 2012 Scouting Combine, only two Linebackers had ever Recorded a 2,000 MEARS RATING. In the 2011 NFL Super Combine, MLB Martez Wilson (6-4, 250, 4.42) of Illinois and OLB Von Miller (6-3, 248, 4.41) of Texas A&M recorded 2,000 MEARS RATING as Wilson got a 2,430 MEARS RATING and Miller recorded a 2,492 MEARS RATING. These Ratings are with the 2016 Tweaked Standards. 

Then, in the 2012 NFL Super Combine, Luke Kuechly (6-3, 242, 4.5) of Boston College recorded a 38-inch Vertical Jump; did a 4.12 Pro-Shuttle; did 123-Inch Standing Broad Jump; and did 27 reps of 225 on the Bench Press for an Outstanding Tweaked 2,469 MEARS RATING.

Vertical Jump The Vertical Jump (VJ) is a test of leg explosiveness, power, and quickness. Technique is also very important in this test. This test is a good measurable for Wide Receivers, Cornerbacks, and Safeties. The standard for an Offensive Lineman is a 24-Inch Vertical Jump, but have Recently Changed to a 22. Each inch over the standard, a player gets 20 points. Southern Cal DE Nick Perry did an incredible 38.5-inch Vertical Jump and received 290 Points. The Defensive Back Standard for the Vertical Jump is a 28. Eric Berry did a 43-Inch Vertical Jump and received 300 points; Trindon Holliday did a 42-inch Vertical Jump and received 280 points; and in 2015, Byron Jones did a 44.5 VJ and Received 330 Points.

Pro-Agility Shuttle – The Pro-Agility Shuttle (SH) is a test of agility, speed, lateral quickness, change of direction, and overall body coordination. Technique is also very important is this test. An athlete should be able to do this test in about two tenths of a second faster than he can run a Forty-Yard Dash. For Example: Trent Williams did an Incredible 4.51 Pro-Agility Shuttle and the Medium Standard for an Offensive Lineman is a 5.2. The Maximum Points that is given in this test is 400 Points, so Williams got Maximum Points.

Standing Broad Jump – The Standing Broad Jump (SBJ) is a test that is similar to the Vertical Jump in that it measures how far you can jump instead of how high. It is also similar to the long jump in track, except the player will not get a running start, but rather jump from a standing position. It measures explosion, power, quickness, and lower body strength. It is a great measure for Running Backs, Tight Ends, and Linebackers. Example: WR Armand Williams did a sensational 139-inch Standing Broad Jump at my 2009 Zachary, Louisiana Top Gun Super Combine. The Standard for a Wide Receiver is 102-Inches and he got 5 Points for every inch over 105, so Williams got 185 SBJ Points.

Armand Williams also did a 42-inch Vertical Jump to go with his Incredible SBJ and was given 280 VJ Points. He then played in the 2010 All-American Bowl Game Classic and caught Four Passes for 218-Yards and a Touchdown and was selected as the Game MVP. Williams was Offered a Late Scholarship by LSU and Signed with the Tigers. In the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine, Cornerback Byron Jones was Incredible as he Recorded an Unbelievable World Record 147-Inch Standing Broad Jump Record. The Cornerback Standard is 102-Inches and he Received 225 Points.

Bench Press – The Bench Press (BP) is a test of pure strength and stamina. The test measures how many bench press reps a high school or college athlete can do of 185 pounds or 225-pounds. Technique is also very important. This test is a good measure for every player on the football field although Quarterbacks, Wide Receivers and Cornerbacks do not need to excel in this event. College and Pro Players use 225 pounds on the bench press instead of 185 pounds. The points do not change. Each Athlete gets 20 points for every rep over his standard, but a Maximum 200-Points. Example: Lamarr Houston did 30 Reps of 225 Pounds on the Bench Press and got Maximum 200-Points. In our 2006 All-American Bowl Game Classic, OC Ryan McMahon, who later started four years for Florida State, did 48-Reps and also got the Maximum 200-Points. Also in the 2012 Scouting Combine, TE Coby Fleener did 27 Reps of 225-Pounds and received the Maximum 200-Points for Tight Ends and Recorded an Incredible 2,454 MEARS RATING.

Technique – Technique is also very important in every single event, especially in the running events. The Pro-Shuttle and Standing Broad Jump is all Technique. Getting a bad start in the other running events can make the difference in a great timing or a poor timing. Although the SPARQ RATING SYSTEM became popular, it still had some flaws, because the SPARQ RATING SYSTEM was not originally based on a player’s position, but his weight. If the System is not based on the Position of the Player, then how are you going to decide who the best Player is at that Position? If the RATING SYSTEM is based on the Player Position, you’ll know how he relates.

If you have only one Draft Choice or Scholarship left, the MEARS RATING SYSTEM will give you the highest rated player regardless of position. To get this MEARS RATING, more information, including Height, Weight, Forty, Vertical Jump, Pro-Shuttle, Standing Broad Jump, and 185-Pound Bench Press Reps for High School Football Players and 225-Pound Bench Press Reps for College Football Players are put into the formula and all of this is based upon the standard for his position. “You really don’t need the Three Cone Drill, because it is not needed if you use the Pro-Agility Shuttle with the other Measurables,” said Coach Boyd Epley.

Quarterbacks, Linemen, and Kickers are always going to be hard to measure, because they do not go to Super Combines or they do extremely poor at the Combine,” said Coach Epley. So these three positions must be evaluated very carefully on film or in person and so their MEARS is going to be estimated. Max, you will learn how to evaluate them and give them an honest rating.” Recently, if I really like an Offensive Lineman, I will give him 300-Bonus Speed Points.

1,000 Points to Start

Position         HT WT 40 VJ SH SBJ 185 REPS
Quarterback 6-1 190    4.8  24   4.7   90      10
Running Back 5-10 200 4.8 24   4.8   102    15
Wide Receiver 5-10 175 4.6 28  4.6   102    10
Tight End     6-3 220     4.8  28  4.7    96    15
Off Guard     6-3 265     5.3  22  5.2    90    20
Off Tackle    6-4  275     5.3  22  5.2   90     20
Off Center    6-2  265    5.3  22  5.2    90    20
(Offensive Lineman Note: Automatically Get 300 Points)
Def End        6-1 220    4.8   22 4.7    96    20
Def Tackle    6-3 275    5.2   22 5.1    90    20
Nose Guard  6-2 275    5.2   22 5.1    90    20
Middle LB     6-1 220    4.8   28 4.7    90    15
Outside LB   6-0 210    4.7   28 4.6    90    15
Cornerback  5-8 170    4.6   28 4.6    102   5
Free Safety  6-0 180    4.6   28 4.6    102   10
Strong Safety 6-0 190 4.7    28 4.7    102   10

Standard Points For Each Position Over Their Standard!
Height = + or – 10 Points Per Inch
Weight = + or – 2 Points Per Pound
Forty = + or – 10 Points Per Tenth (400 Max Points)
Vertical Jump = + or – 20 Points Per Inch (Unlimited)
Pro-Shuttle = + or – 10 Points Per Tenth (400 Max Points)
Standing BJ = + or – 5 Points Per Inch
Bench Press = + or – 20 Points Per Rep Past Standard (200 Max)

The MEARS RATING SYSTEM Formula, Developed by Max Emfinger, Former Dallas Cowboys Super Scout Gives us the Following Ratings:

2,400 Plus = Future NFL Star – Super Gold-Chip
2,300 – 2,399 = High Div I College – Gold-Chip
2,200 – 2,299 = Division I College – Blue-Chip
2,100 – 2,199 = Division I-AA College – Red-Chip
2,000 – 2,099 = College Super Sleeper – Green-Chip

2016 NFL SCOUTING COMBINE
INITIAL SUPER SIXTY MEARS RATINGS UPDATE!

SCOUTING NOTE: On their Forty, if I viewed both Forties at the NFL Scouting Combine, I averaged both of those Two Forties with their best Forty on Record. If they did not run the Forty at the Combine, I averaged both of his best two Forties on Record. On all of their Speed Measurables, if they did not run at the Scouting Combine, that Measurable will be in RED, but will be Updated by April 1.

 2016 SUPER GOLD-CHIP RATINGS
2,400 Or Better MEARS RATINGS

1 CB Jalen Ramsey                  6-1 209 4.4 41.5 4,1 135 14 Florida State 2,493 MEARS
2 DE Joey Bosa                              6-5 269 4.81 32 4.3 120 24 Ohio State 2,488 MEARS
3 RB Daniel Lasco                    6-0 209 4.43 41.5 4.26 135 23 California 2,483 MEARS
4 RB Keith Marshall                    5-11 219 4.31 30.5 4.2 128 25 Georgia 2,458 MEARS
5 DT Robert Nkemdiche              6-3 294 4.82 35 4.6 116 28 Ole Miss 2,458 MEARS
6 RB Derrick Henry                      6-3 247 4.53 37 4.38 130 22 Alabama 2,454 MEARS
7 OT Jason Spriggs                          6-6 301 4.89 30 4.44 114 31 Indiana 2,452 MEARS
8 RB Ezekiel Elliott                6-0 225 4.42 32.5 4.3 118 25 Ohio State 2,450 MEARS
9 DT Sheldon Rankins           6-1 299 4.97 34.5 4.59 118 28 Louisville 2,448 MEARS
10 OT Ronnie Stanley                    6-6 312 5.13 30 4.9 103 Notre Dame 2,419 MEARS
11 DT Javon Hargrave   6-1 309 4.88 34.5 4.7 109 29 S Carolina State 2,413 MEARS

 2016 GOLD-CHIP RATINGS
2,300 Or Better MEARS RATINGS

1 DE Emmanuel Ogbah    6-4 273 4.6 35.5 4.5 121 20 Oklahoma State 2,381 MEARS
2 OT Laremy Tunsil                   6-5 310 5.07 28 4.8 106 NA Ole Miss 2,380 MEARS
3 RB Tyler Ervin                  5-10 192 4.37 39 4.2 130 17 San Jose State 2,380 MEARS
4 ILB Myles Jack                                 6-1 245 4.44 36 4.3 118 19 UCLA 2,380 MEARS
5 CB Eli Apple                                   6-1 199 4.37 38 4.2 128 13 Ohio State 2,378 MEARS
6 WR Corey Coleman                       5-11 194 4.32 42 3.94 128 17 Baylor 2,378 MEARS
7 OLB Darron Lee                       6-1 232 4,42 35,5 4.2 133 17 Ohio State 2,377 MEARS
8 WR Laquon Treadwell             6-2 221 4.42 33 4.22 117 12 Ole Miss 2,377 MEARS
9 DT Ashaun Robinson                6-4 307 5.15 26 4,74 106 22 Alabama 2,374 MEARS
10 DE DeForest Buckner                     6-7 291 4.98 32 4.47 116 Oregon 2,352 MEARS
11 CB Vernon Hargreaves           5-10 204 4.42 39 3.98 128 15 Florida 2,348 MEARS
12 DT Andrew Billings                     6-1 311 5.01 27.5 4.82 113 31 Baylor 2,347 MEARS
13 QB Carson Wentz      6-5 237 4.77 30.5 NA 110 NA North Dakota St 2,344 MEARS
14 CB William Jackson                    6-0 189 4.33 38 4.2 115 10 Houston 2,343 MEARS
15 QB Jared Goff                           6-4 215 4.78 27 NA 110 NA California 2,340 MEARS
16 WR Josh Doctson                            6-2 202 4.45 41 4.08 129 14 TCU 2,339 MEARS
17 DT Shawn Oakman                      6-8 287 4.91 32 4.56 123 23 Baylor 2,339 MEARS
18 WR Michael Thomas              6-3 212 4.52 35 4.13 125 18 Ohio State 2,339 MEARS
19 DE Shaq Lawson                      6-3 269 4.65 33 4.21 120 NA Clemson 2,338 MEARS
20 QB Paxton Lynch                    6-7 244 4.84 36 NA 116 NA Memphis 2,338 MEARS
21 OT Jack Conklin           6-6 308 4.96 29 4.57 102 25 Michigan State 2,336 MEARS
22 OLB Leonard Floyd                6-6 244 4.57 39.5 4.3 127 NA Georgia 2,333 MEARS
23 OC Ryan Kelly                            6-4 311 4.98 30 4.59 103 26 Alabama 2,327 MEARS
24 RB Kenneth Dixon    5-10 215 4.43 37.5 4.28 121 18 Louisiana Tech 2,325 MEARS
25 DE Charles Tapper                   6-3 271 4.55 34 4.3 119 23 Oklahoma 2,317 MEARS
26 DT Jarran Reed                        6-3 307 5.15 31 4.75 110 NA Alabama 2,314 MEARS
27 ILB Reggie Ragland              6-1 247 4.62 31.5 4.28 116 NA Alabama 2,304 MEARS

2016 BLUE-CHIP RATINGS
2,200 Or Better MEARS RATINGS

1 RB C.J. Prosise                            6-0 220 4.44 35.5 4.3 121 Notre Dame 2,295 MEARS
2 DT Kenny Clark                            6-3 314 5.01 28.5 4.62 101 29 UCLA 2,293 MEARS
3 FS Sean Davis                           6-1 201 4.42 37.5 3.97 126 21 Marylans 2,292 MEARS
4 TE Jerell Adams          6-5  247 4.59 32.5 4.31 117 NA South Carolina 2,289 MEARS
5 WR Will Fuller                    6-0 186 4.29 33.5 4.17 126 10 Notre Dame 2,282 MEARS
6 DE Jonathan Bullard                   6-3 285 4.88 32 4.56 115 23 Florida 2,275 MEARS
7 FS T.J. Green                                 6-2 207 4.3 35.5 4.2 129 13 Clemson 2,269 MEARS
8 WR Kolby Lisenbee                        6-0 197 4.33 35.5 4.13 129 15 TCU 2,269 MEARS
9 DE Noah Spence            6-2 251 4.72 35 4.35 121 25 Eastern Kentucky 2,257 MEARS
10 RB Kenyan Drake                     6-1 210 4.41 34.5 4.21 123 10 Alabama 2,255 MEARS
11 OC Nick Martin                      6-4 299 5.16 28 4.72 97 28 Notre Dame 2,253 MEARS
12 WR Sterling Shepard           5-10 194 4.44 41 4.35 123 20 Oklahoma 2,253 MEARS
13 OT Taylor Decker                   6-7 310 5.17 29 4.76 100 20 Ohio State 2,250 MEARS
14 OLB Deion Jones                               6-1 222 4.54 33 4.2 120 NA LSU 2,244 MEARS
15 OT Germain Ifedi                 6 -6 324 5.21 27 4.75 109 24 Texas A&M 2,243 MEARS
16 OT John Theus                             6-6 313 5.16 26 4.78 102 25 Georgia 2,236 MEARS
17 QB Connor Cook            6-4 217 4,75 33 4.28 113 NA Michigan State 2,229 MEARS
18 WR Braxton Miller                 6-2 201 4.45 35 4.07 123 17 Ohio State 2,227 MEARS
19 RB Paul Perkins                            5-10 208 4.49 32 4.2 124 19 UCLA 2,226 MEARS
20 TE Austin Hooper                     6-4 254 4.67 33 4.32 117 19 Stanford 2,213 MEARS
21 TE Nick Vannett                    6-6 257 4.71 30.5 4.2 111 17 Ohio State 2,209 MEARS
22 OT Jerald Hawkins                          6-6 305 5,16 28 4.89 99 23 LSU 2,205 MEARS
23 OG Cody Whitehair          6-4 301 5.0 25.5 4.58 110 16 Kansas State 2,202 MEARS

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2015 NFL DRAFT
SUPER GOLD-CHIP RATINGS
2,400 Or Better MEARS RATINGS

# POS PLAYER         COL HT WT 40 VJ SH SBJ REP MEARS TEAM #OVERALL
1 CB Byron Jones U-Conn 6-1 199 4.38, 44.5 3.94 147 18    2,583 COWBOYS #1,#27
2 LB Vic Beasley Clemson  6-3 246 4.45 41 4.15 130 35       2,562 FALCONS #1,#8
3 DE Davis Tull Chattanooga 6-2 246 4.52 42.5 4.32 132 26 2,522 SAINTS #5,#148
4 WR Sammie Coats Auburn 6-1 212 4.32 41 4.06 131 23  2,489 Steelers    #3,#87
5 QB Marcus Mariota Oregon 6-4 222 4.33 36 4.11 121      2,439 TITANS    #1,#2
6 DE Leonard Williams USC 6-5 304 4.86 29.5 4.53 106   2,418 JETS          #1,#6

2015 NFL DRAFT
GOLD-CHIP RATINGS
2,300 Or Better MEARS RATINGS

1 WR Kevin White WV            6-3 215 4.22 36.5 4.14 123      2,385 BEARS      #1,#7
2 CB Eric Rowe Utah                6-1 205 4.32 39 3.97 125 19   2,385 EAGLES   #2,#47
3 CB Ronald Darby FSU          5-11 193 4.32 41.5 4.14 129    2,381 BILLS       #2,#50
4 QB Jameis Winston FSU      6-4 231 4.81 28.5 4.36 103   2,367 BUCS       #1,#1
5 WR Breshad Perriman UCF 6-2 212 4.21 36.5 4.1 127 18 2,359 RAVENS  #1,#26
6 DE Bud Dupree Kentucky 6-4 269 4.51 42 4.48 138 –      2,359 Steelers #1,#22
7 WR Kenny Bell Nebraska 6-1 197 4.32 41.5 41.5 129 7       2,359 BUCS      #5,#162
8 DT Mario Edwards FSU      6-3 279 4.71 32.5 4.55 120 32 2,358 RAIDERS #2,#35
9 RB Melvin Gordon Wis   6-1 215 4.38 35 4.07 126 19      2,340 CHARGERS #1,#15
10 OT Jake Fisher Oregon 6-6 306 4.92 32.5 4.33 112 25    2,340 BENGALS  #2,#53
11 DT Frank Clark Michigan 6-3 271 4.61 38.5 4.05 118 19 2,330 Seahawks #2,#63
12 WR Phillip Dorsett Miami 5-10 185 4.23 38 4.03 129     2,325 COLTS       #1,#29
13 WR DeVante Parker Lous 6-3 209 4.35 36.5 4.1 125 17 2,323 DOLPHINS #1,#14
14 RB Ameer Abdullah Neb 5-9 205 4.45 42.5 3.95 120 24  2,320 LIONS       #2,#54
15 OC Mitch Morse Missouri     6-5 305 5.09 31 4.5 112 36  2,320 CHIEFS     #2,#49
16 DE Danielle Hunter LSU  6-5 252 4.51 36.5 4.35 130 25 2,314 VIKINGS    #3,#88
17 DT Erik Armstead Ore  6-7 292 5.01 34 4.52 117 24          2,311 CHIEFS      #1,#17
18 CB Kevin Johnson Wake  6-0 188 4.38 4.15 3.89 130 –  2,306 TEXANS    #1,#16

2015 NFL DRAFT
BLUE-CHIP PLAYER RATINGS
2,200 or Better MEARS RATINGS

# POS PLAYER         COL HT WT 40 VJ SH SBJ REP MEARS TEAM #OVERALL
1 NG Danny Shelton Wash 6-2 350 5.49 30.5 4.65 95 34  2,295 BROWNS #1,#12
2 OC Cameron Erving FSU 6-5 313 5.04 30.5 4.63 112 30 2,286 BROWNS #1,#19
3 WR Amari Cooper Alabama   6-1 211 4.26 33 3.93 120  2,282 RAIDERS #1,#4
4 QB Brett Hundley UCLA        6-3 226 4.55 36 3.98 120 2,282 PACKERS #5,#147
5 WR Nelson Agholor USC 6-0 198 4.32 36.5 4.24 125 12 2,281 EAGLES    #1,#20
6 RB David Johnson N Iowa    6-1 224 4.35 41.5 4.27 127 25 2,278 CARDS #3,#86
7 WR Ty Montgomery Stanford 6-0 221 4.45 40.5 4.2 121 2,277 PACKERS #3,#94
8 ILB Stephone Anthony Clem 6-3 243 4.48 37 4.03 122 23 2,276 SAINTS #1,#31
9 RB Todd Gurley Georgia 6-1 222 4.42 38 4.06 126 17    2,274 RAMS         #1,#10
10 OC Ali Marpet Hobart    6-4 307 4.91 30.5 447 108 30 2,274 BUCS          #2,#61
11 CB Trae Waynes Mich St 6-0 186 4.35 38 4.18 122 19    2,272 VIKINGS  #1,#11
12 FS Damarious Randall ASU 5-11 196 4.35 38 4.07 120 2,272 PACKERS #1,#30
13 SS Adrian Amos PSU       6-0 218 4.34 35.5 4.03 122 21 2,266 BEARS     #5,#142
14 WR Dorial G-Beckham Mo 6-5 237 4.38 33.5 4.36 120 2,264 TITANS    #2,#40
15 LB Dante Fowler Florida 6-3 261 4.51 32.5 4.32 112 19  2,262 JAGS        #1,#3
16 QB Garrett Grayson Col St   6-2 213 4.55 34 4.35  121   2,261 SAINTS    #3,#75
17 DT Andrus Peat Stanford 6-7 313 5.13 31 4.62 105       2,260 SAINTS    #1,#13
18 OC Mitch Morse Missouri   6-5 305 5.09 31 4.5 112 36 2,260 CHIEFS    #2,#49
19 DE Randy Gregory Neb 6-5 235 4.56 36.5 4.23 125 24  2,255 COWBOYS #2,#60
20 QB Bryce Petty Baylor            6-3 230 4.76 34 4.13 121  2,255 JETS         #4,#103
21 OLB Kwon Alexander LSU 6-1 227 4.49 36 4.2 121 24  2,254 BUCS        #4,#124
22 TE Will Tye AA Stony Brook  6-2 257 4.47 32 4.33 112 2,254 GIANTS       FA
23 CB D’Joun Smith FAU      5-10 187 4.32 36 4.16 124 18  2,254 COLTS     #3,#65
24 DT Henry Anderson Stanford 6-6 294 4.9 30 4.19 111 2,253 COLTS     #3,#93
25 OT Jake Fisher Oregon       6-6 306 4.92 33.5 4.33 112 2,252 BENGALS #2,#53
26 OG Cedric Ogbuehi A&M 6-5 306 4.93 –        –       –    – 2,250 BENGALS #1,#21
27 KR Tyler Lockett KSU             5-10 182 4.26 36 4.07 121 2,249 Seahawks #3,#70
28 RB T.J. Yeldon Alabama 6-1 226 4.47 36 4.22 117 22     2,247 RAIDERS #2,#36
29 NT Tyeler Davidson Fresno 6-2 316 5.04 33 4.46105 32 2,247 SAINTS  #5,154
30 LB Benard McKinney Miss ST 6-4 246 4.57 40.5 4.27 121 2,247 Texans #2,#43
31 SS Landon Collins Alabama 6-0 228 4.38 35 4.33 120  2,246 GIANTS   #2,#23
32 WR Dorial Green-Beckham OU 6-5 237 4.49 33 4.36 120 2,244 TITANS #2,#40
33 OT T.J. Clemmings Pitt 6-5 309 5.07 32.5 4.54 111 22  2,243 VIKINGS  #4,#110
34 OG Brandon Scherff Iowa 6-5 319 4.95 32.5 4.57 107 23 2,243 REDSKINS #1,#5
35 CB Senquez Golson MISS 5-9 176 4.38 33.5 4.2 120 16 2,242 STEELERS #2,#56
36 TE Mycole Pruitt S Illinois 6-2 251 4.47 38 4.37 118 17 2,242 VIKINGS #5,#143
37 OLB Eli Harold Virginia     6-3 247 4.53 35 4.16 123 24 2,239 49ERS        #3,#79
38 TE Maxx Williams Minn        6-4 249 4.78 34.5 4.37 117 2,238 RAVENS #2,#55
39 WR Devin Funchess Mich 6-4 232 4.45 38.5 4.28 122  2,234 PANTHERS #2,#41
40 ATH Blake Bell Oklahoma 6-6 252 4.72 33 4.32 116 18  2,234 49ERS       #4,#117
41 RB Duke Johnson Miami  5-9 207 4.42 35 4.16121 18     2,229 BROWNS  #3,#77
42 CB Marcus Peters Wash 6-0 197 4.42 37.5 4.08 121 17    2,229 CHIEFS    #1,#18
43 OT Ereck Flowers Miami 6-6 329 5.26 27 – – 37              2,228 GIANTS   #1,#9
44 DE Shaquille Riddick VVA      6-6 244 4.6 36 4.34 124    2,228 CARDS     #5,#158
45 QB Sean Mannion ORE ST    6-6 229 4.96 31 4.39 105   2,222 RAMS        #3,#89
46 NG Eddie Goldman FSU        6-4 336 5.2 24.5 4.82 106 2,222 BEARS       #2,#39
47 LB Eric Kendricks UCLA 6-0 232 4.54 38 4.14 124 22    2,215 VIKINGS  #2,#45
48 DE Nate Orchard Utah     6-3 250 4.75 31.5 4.43 115 23 2,215 BROWNS  #2,#51
49 ILB Bryce Hager Baylor      6-1 235 4.51 35 4.36 117 26  2,215 RAMS       #7,#224
50 OC Hroniss Grasu V-Tech     6-3 297 4.98 30 4.74 108  2,214 BEARS     #3,#71
51 SS Shaq Thompson Wash 6-0 228 4.52 33.5 4.08 117   2,211 PANTHERS 1,#25
52 OG La’el Collins LSU        6-4 305 5.05 28 4.63 108 21 2,210 COWBOYS   FA
53 SS Jaquiski Tartt Samford        6-1 2214.38 33 4.3 124 2,202 49ERS        #2,#46
54 ILB Jake Ryan Michigan 6-2 240 4.6 34.5 4.2 120 20    2,200 PACKERS #4,#12

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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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