Sometimes Super-Stars Become Super-Stars Late In Their Career! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

2016 Kings Shaun Jones Second BestIn January, #55 DE Shaun Jones ran an Incredible 4.1 Pro Shuttle at The Lestini Free Agent Camp in Mobile, Alabama Just Before The Senior Bowl! 

Sometimes Super-Stars Becomes Real Super-Stars Late In Their Career!
By
Super Scout Max Emfinger

As we travel on our Life-Journey, we are constantly “Crossing Paths” where we make different decisions that can and will change lives forever. When we meet people, we either change their lives or not make a change in their life or our life. At my Super Elite Top Gun Football Camps, Lestini Super Combines, and my All-American Bowl Game Classics, some lives are changed forever. I always tell our players in an Opening Speech, to always do their best and never let-up, on every play, because they sometimes will never know who is watching them or Scouting them for Their Team and so they will need to be at their best that they can be on every single play. – “Will I and my Coaches “Remember You” for what you did when we Crossed Paths today or will we never remember you?” – Emfinger

“Life is a Journey of Crossing Paths as we take different steps each moment on our journey. Sometime when we Cross Paths with someone, we change their life forever and sometime they will change our life forever! Everyone has their own path to seek.” – Emfinger

At our 2007 Third Annual All-American Bowl, there were a lot of Great Players in that Game. The West Team had WR Phillip Livas, DE Sam Fehoko, OT Marcel Jones, TE Grant Freeman, and DT Drake Nevis. Fehoko did not have a Single Offer, but Signed with Texas Tech and Started Three Years; while Livas had only One Offer, but Signed with Louisiana Tech and Started Four Years before Signing with the Miami Dolphins as a Free Agent.

Marcel Jones only had One Offer, but Started for Three Years for Nebraska, was Drafted by the New Orleans Saints, and is still with the Saints. OT Lee Ziemba had Over 40 Offers and Signed with Auburn where he Started for Four Years, made Freshman All-American, and All-American as a Senior.

On the East Team, AP Marquis Maze had One Offer, but Signed with Alabama and was on their 2009 National Championship Team. DT/OT Alfred McCullough was also on the 2007 East Team and was also a Starter on the Crimson Tide National Championship. Another 2007 Player, named Kareem Jackson had No Offers before the Game, but joined Maze and McCullough at Alabama and was a 2010 Alabama All-American before he Became a #1 Draft Choice in 2010 by the Houston Texans and he is still Starting at Cornerback for the Texans.

How can I forget a Running Back named Alfred Morris, who came to my 2007 All-American Bowl Game with Zero Offers; was Voted Game MVP; Signed with Florida Atlantic; and Started Three or Four Years before being Drafted by the Washington Redskins in 2011. Morris, then was Runner-Up to Teammate Robert Griffin III for The 2012 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year. And Yes! I Remember Each and Everyone of those 2007 Players.

In 2010, I had a Really Good-Looking Group of Players at my 2010 Super Elite Top Gun Camp and Combine and they all were in the room when I gave my Opening Speech. Let’s See! There was a Wide Receiver named Odell Beckham who had Zero Offers; an All-Purpose Back named Ameer Abdullah who had Zero Offers; a Running Back named Jeremy Hill who was Committed to LSU; and a Super Athletic Quarterback named Ronald Martin who had Zero Offers. Another Player who was in the Group was a Wide Receiver named Jarvis Landry who was a Member of my 2010 7on7 National Championship Finalist Team and he would have been at the Top Gun Camp, but our 7on7 Championship Team was Playing for the 7on7 National Championship on the same weekend.

Beckham, Martin, and Landry joined Hill in Signing with LSU; while Abdullah Signed with Nebraska. Beckham and Abdullah made the 2011 Freshman All-American Team and Started Three Years; while Hill and Martin also Started Three Years.  In 2014, Beckham was a #1 Draft Choice for the New York Giants and Hill was a #2 Draft Choice for the Cincinnati Bengals; while Landry  was a #2 Draft Choice of the Miami Dolphins. Then in 2015, Abdullah was a #2 Draft Choice for the Detroit Lions. All Four Players are still playing for them in the NFL. I certainly will Never forget those Players.

Recruiting Coordinator, North Texas, 1972-73, Denton, TX
Football Super Scout, Dallas Cowboys, 1975-76, Dallas, TX
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
Super Scout For Lestini Free Agent Camp, 2014, Mobile, AL

Then in January of 2016, DE Shaun Jones Showed-Up with Ten of his Crescent City Kings Teammates at the Lestini Free Agent Camp and Super Combine. The Crescent City Kings had just Won the 2015 Gridiron Developmental Football League Championship and then lost the National Championship Game.

When John and Mary Jo Lestini invited the Crescent City Kings Football Team to their 2015 Free Agent Camp, it was the opening of a new ERA for both the Camp and for the Kings Franchise. The Crescent City Kings were the First Minor League Professional Football Team in the 15-Year History to be invited as a Team to the Lestini Free Agent Super Camp.

Clyde “CJ” Maiden is the Kings Assistant Head Football Coach and Offensive Coordinator and he is also one of my 2016 and 2017 All-American Bowl Game Coaches, and he was the Catalyst in creating this new Great Invitation Plan, that enabled the Kings Players to be able to Showcase their Talent and Skills before CFL and Arena Football Scouts. Another one my 2016 and 2017 All-American Bowl Game Coaches is Coach Andy Bryson, who also Coaches the Defensive Line.

As one of the Lestini Super Scouts, I was especially excited about the possibility of being able to Evaluate, Rate, and Rank all of these Talented Super-Stars of the Kings. The Kings are also the First Team in GDFL in History to make it to the Gridiron Bowl in 2015 after missing the Playoffs in the Previous Year.

Shaun Jones was the only Kings Player who participated in the 2015 Lestini Free Agent Camp, but this year, 11 Players Participated. Those 11 Kings exhibited some Great Talent and were among some of the Top Players in the Measurement Combine and also in Player Drills.

In my Lestini Combine Notes, I recorded that #72 DE (Shaun Jones) and #4 RB (Luke Shaffer) were Two of the Most Impressive Physical Specimens; and #2 QB (Justin Billiot) and # 18 QB (Evan Ingram) were Impressive.

There were a lot of Spectacular Pro-Shuttles, including a 4.06 by #4 RB (Luke Shaffer); a 4.09 by #6 QB (George Grant); a 3.94 by #9 (Rashad Rich); a 4.12 by #10 WR (Brandon Renford); a 4.13 by #12 FS (Aaron Sam); a 4.1 by #14 WR (Tobias Irby); a 4.19 by QB (Evan Ingram); a 4.1 by Kings #19 WR (Jonathan Warren); a 4.19 by #22 (Ricky Hunt); a 4.19 by Kings #24 (Larry Paisant); a 4.09 by #27 WR (Tristian Burbridge); a 4.15 by Kings FS (Keywan Bullock); a 4.31 by Kings MLB Lamont Simmons; and a 4.1 by Kings #72 DE (Shaun Jones).

Max Emfinger Super Scout And Bowl Game Classic's photo.

The Crescent City Players: Back Row L to R: #25 WR Jamiah Sorapuru; #66 WR Eben Barra; #3 SS Lamont Simmons; #29 CB Bryant Carter; #24 WR Larry Paisant; #20 RB Keith Brown; and #34 RB Derek Williams. Front Row L to R: #33 SS Harlow Pollar; #28 FS Keywan Bullock; #19 WR Johnathan Warren; and #72 DE Shaun Jones.

So, both Coach Maiden and Coach Bryson invited me to the Kings First 2016 Game and I was Excited and I went to the Game. In that First Game, against the Lee County Tiger-Cats, the Kings made a lot of Silly Mistakes that cost them the game in a very close 32-28 Loss. Most of their mistakes were in the First Quarter, and they Battled Back and only lost 32-28, after being Down about 20 Points.

In the First Game, the Kings did not have Game Programs or a Team Roster, but #55 was Unbelievably Impressive as he Recorded 7 Tackles, had 3 Tackles for a Loss, 2 Quarterback Sacks, 3 Quarterback Hurries, 1 Forced Fumble, and a Fumble Recovery. I Found Out later that #55 was Shaun Jones.

Then in the Second Game Against Hammond Bayou Vipers, the Kings, even with all of their Outstanding Talent, still played Uninspired, made a lot of Silly Mistakes again, and lost another close game by a 14-8 Score. In that Game, the Kings Dropped Two Touchdown Passes in the End Zone; the Quarterback overthrew two Wide Receivers in the clear for Touchdowns; Fumbled the Snap on the One-Yard Line twice in a row and did not score; gave up a Safety in the End Zone when the QB threw an under-handed pass that was Ruled as Grounding the Football; and finally Fumbled into the End Zone for a Vipers Touchdown when the Punt Return-Man Fielded a Punt on the One-Yard line. Nuff Said!

During all of this, Stand-up DE Shaun Jones (6-3, 275, 4.65, 32, 4.1, 118) was Spectacular again as he Recorded 10 Tackles, including 7 Solo Tackles, 3 Sacks, 3 Tackles for a Loss, and 4 QB Hurries.

In the Third Quarter, Jones made a Tackle on the Right Sideline for a Two-Yard Gain with 9:53 Left; then made a Tackle after 10-Yard Gain with 8:47 Left; made a Quarterback Sack for a Minus 14-Yard Loss with 7:50 Left; and finally recorded a Quarterback Pressure with 3:32 Left and a Tackle for a Three-Yard Loss with a 2:00 left. I will also add that Jones made Sideline Tackles on both Sidelines. After the First Two Games, Jones has Recorded 18 Tackles, including 10 Solo Tackles, 5 Sacks, 6 Tackles for a Loss, and at least 6 Quarterback Hurries.

The Kings Great Defense has only allowed 42-Yards Rushing in their First Two Games and the Defense is not their Problem, because they also have other Great Defensive Players, including #99 NG Tris Stephens (6-4, 310) with 16 Tackles, including a Sack and 6 Tackles for a Loss; #89 DE Martell Jackson (6-3, 240) with 14 Tackles, including 4 Tackles for a Loss; #44 LB Lamont Simmons (6-2, 195, 4.56, 36, 4.31, 111) with 12 Tackles, including One Tackle for a Loss; #22 CB Terence Charles with 9 Tackles, including 8 Solo and 1 TFL, and a Tackle on an Extra Point. #24 FS Jordan Baptist has only played one game, but he was Outstanding against the Vipers.

The Kings Offense has some Outstanding Skill Players, but except for #73 L-OT Jonah Austin (6-6, 330, 5.34) of Nicholls State, after Transferring from LSU, but Austin has only  played one game, and the Kings do not have any other Great Offensive Linemen and they Keep Making the Silly Mistakes which keeps them from getting into the End Zone.

Their Talented QB is #1 Jahmad Goff and he has been an Outstanding Passing QB when he has had time to find his Receivers, but he seems to always be on the run. In the First Two Games, Goff has Completed 24 of 54 Passes for 394-Yards and Three Touchdowns. Goff was Averaging a Great 16.4 Yard Average Per Completion and With Only Two Interceptions.

The Kings have Two Great Possession Wide Receivers in #83 Eben Barra (6-3, 200, 4.6) and #11 Jamiah Sorapuru (5-10, 190, 4.65). With Two Possession  Receivers and a QB without too much time to throw in the Pocket, the Key Question that I would ask: Is why don’t they throw more Quick Short Passes. With the Quick Passes, the Kings could March down the Field and Score, but most of their Passes were always the Deep Passes. After Two Games, Barra had 13 Catches for 204-Yards and a Touchdown with a 15.7 Yards Average Per Catch; while Sorapuru had 7 Catches for 152-Yards and a Touchdown with a Great 21.7 Yards Per Catch Average.

2016 Kings Shaun Jones Second Best
Lets see how Shaun Jones compared to the Defensive Ends in the 2016 NFL Draft!

TOP DEFENSIVE END MEARS RATINGS IN 2016 NFL DRAFT!

1 DE Joey Bosa   6-5 269 4.72 32 4.3 121 28 Ohio State PD 2,498 Chargers #1,#3
2 OLB Leonard Floyd        6-6 244 4.56 39.5 4.3 127 Georgia 2,483 Bears #1, #9
3 DE DeForest Buckner  6-7 291 4.98 32 4.47 116 21 PD Ore 2,472 49ers #1, #7
4 DE Shaq Lawson          6-3 269 4.6 33 4.21 120 NA Clem PD 2,458 Bills #1, #19
5 LB Kamalei Correa   6-3 248 4.62 34 4.15 117 21 Boise PD 2,423 Ravens #2, #42
6 DE Shilique Calhoun      6-4 251 4.76 35 4.25 115 23 Mich St 2,417 Raiders #3, #75
7 DE Shaun Jones 6-3 275 4.65 32 4.1 118 Crescent City Kings 2,390
8 DE Noah Spence 6-2 251 4.68 35 4.35 121 25 Eastern Ky PD 2,389 Bucs #2,#39
9 DE Ronald Blair    6-2 284 4.82 33.5 4.53 119 32 App St PD 2,383 49ers #5,#142
10 DE Emmanuel Ogbah     6-4 273 4.55 35.5 4.5 121 20 Ok St 2,381 Browns #2,#32
11 DE Matt Judon      6-3 275 4.64 35 4.52 109 30 Grand Val St 2,355 Ravens #5#146
12 DE Bronson Kaufusi          6-6 285 4.76 30 4.25 111 25 BYU 2,355 Ravens #3,#70
13 DE Charles Tapper              6-3 271 4.55 34 4.3 119 23 OU 2,317 Cowboys #4,#101
14 DE Dean Lowry   6-6 296 4.79 32.5 4.38 114 30 N’western 2,312 Packers #4,#137
15 DE Yannick Ngakoue     6-2 252 4.67 34.5 4.5 118 26 MD 2,304 Jags #3,#69

2016 FAB SUPER GOLD RATINGS
2,400 Or Better MEARS RATINGS

SCOUTING NOTE I : If the Player did run two 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 was Updated by April 1.

SCOUTING NOTE II: All Measurables that were Improved at Pro Day (PD) was Listed in Blue and with his NEW MEARS RATING, the Player was moved up with  his NEW MEARS RATING.

SPECIAL NOTE III: Don’t get Confused with the Colors. As you can see, I had 23 Gold Players in the First 28 Players in Round One of the Draft. If your Favorite NFL Team Drafted a Great Player with Great Measurables, you will be able to see what Round they got him in, but there were a lot of Draft Picks that were Very Difficult to Understand in the Draft Round that they Drafted him.

#1 Draft Choices – GOLD
#2 & #3 Draft Choices – BLUE
#4 & #5 Draft Choices – RED
#6 & #7 Draft Choices – GREEN

1 FS Jalen Ramsey               6-1 209 4.35 41.5 4.18 135 14 FSU2,525 Jags #1,#5
2 OLB Myles Jack      6-1 245 4.44 40 4.32 124 19 UCLA PD 2,520 Jags #2,#36
3 OT Laremy Tunsil  6 -5 310 5.07 28.5 4.8 111 34 Miss PD 2,515 Dolphins #1,#15
4 RB Ezekiel Elliott   6-0 225 4.42 32.5 4.3 118 25 Ohio State 2,510 Cowboys #1,#4
5 RB Derrick Henry     6-3 247 4.53 37 4.38 130 22 Alabama 2,504 Titans #2,#45
6 DE Joey Bosa   6-5 269 4.72 32 4.3 121 28 Ohio State PD 2,498 Chargers #1,#3
7 OT Jason Spriggs    6-6 301 4.97 35 4.44 115 31 Ind PD 2,517 Packers #2,#48
8 OLB Darron Lee   6-1 232 4.42 35.5 4.2 133 17 Ohio St PD 2,489 Jets #1,#20
9 NG Sheldon Rankins  6-1 299 4.91 34.5 4.59 118 28 Louis 2,488 Saints #1,#12
10 QB Carson Wentz  6-5 237 4.77 30.5 NA 110 N Dakota St 2,485 Eagles #1,#2
11 QB Jared Goff          6-4 215 4.78 27 NA 110 NA California 2,484 Rams #1, #1
12 OLB Leonard Floyd     6-6 244 4.56 39.5 4.3 127 Georgia 2,483 Bears #1, #9
13 NG Andrew Billings 6-1 311 4.92 27.5 4.78 113 31 BU PD 2,477 Bengals #4, #122
14 DE DeForest Buckner  6-7 291 4.98 32 4.47 116 21 PD Ore 2,472 49ers #1, #7
15 WR Corey Coleman 5-11 194 4.33 42 3.94 128 17 BU PD 2,468 Browns #1, #15
16 DT Robert Nkemdiche    6-3 294 4.82 35 4.6 116 28 Miss 2,468 Cards #1, #29
17 CB Vernon Hargreaves 5-10 204 4.42 39 3.98 130 15 Fla 2,466 Bucs #1, #11
18 RB Darius Jackson 6-1 220 4.36 41 4.27 133 E Mi PD 2,465 Cowboys #6 #216
19 OT Jack Conklin      6-6 308 4.95 30 4.57 103 25 Mich St 2,461 Titans #1, #8
20 DE Shaq Lawson  6-3 269 4.6 33 4.21 120 NA Clem PD 2,458 Bills #1, #19
21 WR Laquon Treadwell 6-2 221 4.52 33.5 4.3 117 Miss PD 2,457 Vikes #1, #23
22 OT Ronnie Stanley 6-6 312 5.13 30 4.69 106 24 ND PD 2,454 Ravens #1, #6
23 OC Ryan Kelly         6-4 311 4.91 30 4.59 103 26 Alabama 2,447 Colts #1, #18
24 OT Taylor Decker 6-7 310 5.14 29 4.76 101 22 Oh St PD 2,446 Lions #1, #16
25 WR Josh Doctson         6-2 202 4.43 41 4.08 131 14 TCU 2,445 Redskins #1, #22
26 QB Paxton Lynch      6-7 244 4.79 36 4.26 118 Memphis 2,428 Broncos #1, #26
27 CB Eli Apple      6-1 199 4.37 38 4.08 128 13 Ohio St PD 2,428 Giants #1, #10
28 DT Vern Butler    6-4 323 5.05 33.5 4.76 111 26 LAT 2,423 Panthers #1,#30
29 OG Connor McGovern 6-4 306 4.98 33 4.65 109 33 MO 2,427 Broncos #5, #144
30 SS Kentrell Brice 5-11 200 4.43 42 4.3 133 21 La Tech PD 2,425 Free Agent
31 DT Ashawn Robinson    6-4 307 5.1 26 4.74 106 22 Alabama 2,424 Lions #2, #46

32 WR
Sterling Shepard     5-10 194 4.44 41 4.35 123 22 OU 2,424 Giants #2,#40
33 WR Will Fuller                 6-0 186 4.26 33.5 4.17 126 10 ND 2,424 Texans #1,#21
34 LB Kamalei Correa 6-3 248 4.62 34 4.15 117 21 Boise PD 2,423 Ravens #2, #42
35 RB Daniel Lasco  6-0 209 4.43 41.5 4.26 135 23 California 2,423 Saints #7, #237
36 SS Clay Fejedelem 6-0 204 4.5 40.5 4.3 121 20 Ill PD 2,423 Bengals #7, #245
37 DT Chris Jones 6-6 310 4.83 29.5 4.62 106 26 Miss St PD 2,420 Chiefs #2, #37
38 LB Elandon Roberts 5-11 235 4.53 37 4.26 120 25 UH PD 2,418 Pats #6,#214
39 OLB Deion Jones  6-1 222 4.38 35.5 4.16 120 18 LSU PD 2,417 Falcons #2,#52
40 DE Shilique Calhoun 6-4 251 4.76 35 4.25 115 23 Mich St 2,417 Raiders #3, #75
41 OG Connor McGovern 6-4 306 4.99 33 4.65 109 33 MO 2,417 Broncos #5,#144
42 DT Jarran Reed           6-3 307 5.07 31 4.75 110 NA Ala 2,414 Seahawks #2, #49
43 OT Germain Ifedi   6 -6 324 5.21 32.5 4.74 109 24 A&M 2,413 Seahawks #1, #31
44 DT Javon Hargrave 6-1 309 4.83 34.5 4.7 109 29 S Car St 2,413 Steelers #3, #89
45 CB William Jackson         6-0 189 4.3 38 4.2 116 10 UH 2,413 Bengals #1 #24
46 CB Sean Davis 6-1 201 4.41 37.5 3.97 126 21 Mary PD 2,412 Steelers #2, #58
47 DT Kenny Clark     6-3 314 5.01 28.5 4.62 102 29 UCLA 2,408 Packers #1, #27
48 TE Hunter Henry 6-5 250 4.66 31.5 4.41 113 Ark PD 2,405 Chargers #2,#35
49 DT Kevin Dodd  6-5 277 4.8 30.5 4.44 110 22 PD Clemson 2,404 Titans #2, 33
50 ILB Reggie Ragland 6-1 247 4.62 31.5 4.28 116 NA Alabama 2,404 Bills #2, #41
51 FS T.J. Green       6-2 207 4.3 35.5 4.22 129 13 Clemson PD 2,403 Colts #2,#57
52 OC Nick Martin      6-4 299 5.14 28 4.72 97 28 Notre Dame 2,403 Texans #2, #50
53 DT Jonathon Bullard     6-3 285 4.86 32 4.56 116 23 Florida 2,400 Bears #3, #72

2016 SUPER GOLD PLAYER RATINGS
2,300 Or Better Injured MEARS RATINGS

1 OLB Jaylon Smith                     6-2 223 4.56  Notre Dame  2,400 Cowboys #2,#34
2 SS Karl Joseph                          5-10 205 4.51  W Virginia   2,400 Raiders #1,#14
3 RB Devontae Booker               5-11 219 4.51   Utah             2,350 Broncos #4,#136
4 CB Kendall Fuller                      5-11 187 4.43  Va Tech        2,350 Redskins #3,#84
5 TE Tyler Higbee                        6-6 249 4.72   W Ky             2,350 Rams ##4,#110
6 OT Kyle Murphy                       6-6 305 5.12     Stanford      2,350 Packers #6,#200
7 CB Will Redmond                    5-11 182 4.4      Miss St         2,350 49ers #3,#68
8 OC Max Tuerk                           6-5 298 5.05     USC              2,350 Chargers #3,#66
9 DT Adam Gotsis                        6-4 287 4.83 23 GAT            2,350  Broncos  #2,#63  

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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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