This is not the First Gold, Blue, Red, and Green Rating System! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

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

Forty Years Ago, in 1976, when I was a Talent Scout with the Dallas Cowboys, Gil Brandt invited me to Follow him down the hallway where we went into a Conference Room where Head 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.”

SUPER GOLD and GOLD = All-Pro Player
BLUE =
Future or Past All-Pro Player
RED
= Average Player
GREEN = Rookie or Below Average 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 our next game of the Season.

My job 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 in 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 ever asked to Evaluate High School, College, and Professional NFL Football Players in the same Football Season. After finishing this Dallas Cowboys Scouting Project, Coach Landry and Coach Stautner gave me the Title of Super Scout: “Coach Stautner, I think we have found us a Real Super Scout!”

Related imageDallas Cowboys L To R: Coach Gene Stallings, Coach Ernie Stautner, Quarterback Roger Staubach, Head Coach Tom Landry, and Coach Dan Reeves at The Super Bowl X in 1975 at The Orange Bowl.

SIDE-NOTE: The Dallas Cowboys Played in the 1976 Super Bowl after the 1975 Football Season; missed the 1977 Super Bowl after the 1976 Football Season;  and then Played Again in the 1978 Super Bowl after the 1977 Football Season. I was with the Cowboys in the 1976 Season and I missed getting a Super Bowl Ring, but I would like to think that I helped them with my 1976 NFL Ratings and Rankings for Coach Landry and Coach Stautner.

2013 ABG Max Emfinger with teamTop Rusher and Scorer, Texas Football State Champs, 1960, Brownwood, TX
State Meet High Point Man, Texas Track State Champs, 1961, Brownwood, TX
Top Rusher, Freshman All-SWC Team, Baylor University, 1962, Waco, TX
VP, Baylor A Cappella Choir Performing In Carnegie Hall, 1967, New York, NY
Player/Coach, All-GreaterNavy Pacific Football Champs, 1967, Toyyo, Japan
All-Greater Navy Vollyball Pacific Champs, 1968, Honolulu, Hawaii
Recruiting Coordinator, North Texas, 1972-74, Denton, TX

Football Super Scout, Dallas Cowboys, 1976-77, Dallas, TX
Founder of MEARS PLAYER RATING SYSTEM, 1977, Dallas, TX
Founder of First HS Football Recruiting Service, 1979, Houston, TX
Founder of First Super 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, Lestini Free Agent Combine, 2013, Mobile, AL

After Every Player Reads about the Development of The MEARS RATING SYSTEM; and why it is So Important in having Complete and Accurate Measurables; he then can Compare His MEARS RATING to those College Football Players in the 2015 and 2016 NFL Draft that were Posted in the 2015 and 2016 Scouting Combines.

THE MEARS RATING SYSTEM

The MEARS RATING SYSTEM, or a similar type Rating System, is very important for all of 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 Draft. 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, 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 Football 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 this player 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 a College Football Player will list what he thinks is his best Forty Time as a 4.8 and then twenty minutes later run a 4.6 Forty. 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 has Evolved over the Years.

Before I brought my original MEARS RATING SYSTEM back, I decided that it needed a little Tweaking and so I called one of my old 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 a Coach was non-existent.

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For years, Strength and Conditioning, existed largely as an underground movement at only a handful of schools like a Knights Templar Secret Society, but Coach Boyd 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 the Director.

“Max, we have got to set a Standard for every Position for every Set of Measurables that we test at a Super Scouting Combine,” said Coach Epley and 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 and although the Players are always getting Bigger, Stronger, and Faster, we don’t need to keep changing the Medium Standard, said Coach Epley, “but our MEARS RATINGS will always continue to get Higher as the Players will achieve to get Bigger, Stronger, and Faster.”

This Formula is based on each Individual Position 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 Speed 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, so he received the Maximum 400 Points.

Forty-Yard Dash – The 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 Speed Measurable for all Skill Players who may have to run 40-Yards in a game. The Running Back Standard started-out as a 4.6 Forty and got ten points per each tenth Under that Standard. Example: In the 2010 NFL Super Combine, Trindon Holliday ran a 4.21 Forty and got 390-Points; while 2013 Game MVP Josh Cleveland ran a 4.29 Forty and received 310-Points. In 2012, I  Tweaked this Running Back Standard to a 4.7, because RB’s are always getting hurt.

Patrick Peterson (6-0, 219, 4.31) of LSU was a Real Super Combine Freak. There may have never been a player who had tested as well at every Measurable, up to the 2011 NFL Scouting Combine, for his position as Peterson was able to do 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 with a 2,568 MEARS RATING. Later, in the 2011 NFL Super Combine, Cam Newton broke his MEARS WORLD RECORD with a 2,580 MEARS RATING. DE J.J. Watt Recorded a 2,565 MEARS RATING while QB Jake Locker Recorded a 2,547 MEARS RATING.

Before the 2012 Scouting Combine, only two Linebackers had ever Recorded a 2,400 MEARS RATING. In the 2011 NFL Super Combine, MLB Martez Wilson (6-4, 250, 4.42) of Illinois and OLB Von Miller (6-2.5, 246, 4.46) of Texas A&M recorded 2,400 MEARS RATING as Wilson got a 2,530 MEARS RATING and Miller recorded a 2,522 MEARS RATING. Then, in the 2012 NFL Super Combine, Luke Kuechly (6-3, 242, 4.49) 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 2,509 MEARS RATING.

Vertical JumpThe 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. 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 28. Eric Berry did a 43-Inch Vertical Jump and received 300 points; while Trindon Holliday did a 42-inch Vertical Jump and received 280 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 in 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 5.1. The maximum number of points that is given in this Speed Measurable is 400 points, so Williams got the maximum 400 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 Measurable for Running Backs, Receivers, and Linebackers. Example: WR Armand Williams did a sensational 139-inch Standing Broad Jump at my 2009 Zachary, Louisiana Top Gun 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 Standing Broad Jump 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 Selected as Game MVP. Williams was Offered a Late Scholarship by LSU and Signed with them on National Signing Date.

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 Player 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 Player gets 20 points for every rep over his standard, but a maximum of 200-points. Example: Lamarr Houston did 30 Reps of 225 Pounds on the Bench Press and got 120-points. In our 2006 All-American Bowl Game Classic, OC Ryan McMahon, who later started four years for Florida State, did 48-Reps and got the maximum 200-points.

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 and Kickers are always going to be hard to measure, because they either do not go to Super Elite Combines or they do extremely poor at the Combine,” said Coach Epley. So these two positions must be evaluated very carefully on film or in person and then their rating is going to be estimated. Max, you will learn how to evaluate them and give them an honest rating.”

MEARS RATING FORMULA

There is a Set Standard Measurable that is Set for Every Position on the Football Field to include Each Measurable that is Measured at a Super Combine. These Set Standards will not Change, but since the Football Players at Every Level are getting Bigger, Stronger, and Faster; the MEARS RATINGS will Continue to get Higher and Higher and Higher, as evidenced by the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine, where Three Players; including  Byron JonesVic Beasley, and Davis Tull broke the MEARS RATING World Record of 2,448 MEARS RATING that was Set by Robert GRIFFIN III in the 2012 NFL Scouting Combine.

FORMULA (1,000 Points To Start)

Height = 10 Points per inch over the Standard
Weight = 2 Pounds per Pound over the Standard
Forty = 10 Points Per 10th over the Standard (400 Max)
Vertical Jump = 20 Points per inch over the Standard (Unlimited)
Pro-Schuttle = 10 Points Per 10th over the Standard (400 Max)
Standing Broad Jump = 5 Points per inch over the Standard
Bench Press = 20 Points per Rep Past Standard (200 Max)

ELITE TOP 18 GOLD MEARS RATINGS AT
2011 NFL SCOUTING COMBINE

PLAYER                   COL HT WT 40 VJ SH SBJ REP MEARS        #   NFL
1 QB Cam Newton AUB 6-5 250 4.59 35 4.18 126 15 2,580 MEARS #1 Panthers
2 CB Patrick Peterson LSU 6-0 219 4.31 38 4.07 126 16 2,568 MEARS #1 Cards
3 DE J.J. Watt WIS             6-5 290 4.81 37 4.21 120 34 2,565 MEARS #1 Texans
4 QB Jake Locker WASH 6-3 231 4.50 35 4.12 115 20 2,557 MEARS #1 Titans
5 WR Julio Jones ALA    6-3 220 4.34 39 4.25 135 17 2,535 MEARS #1 Falcons
6 MLB Martez Wilson ILL 6-4 250 4.42 36 4.28 124 23 2,530 MEARS #3 Saints
7 OLB Von Miller A&M 6-2.5 246 4.46 37 4.06 126 21 2,517 MEARS #1 Broncos
8 DT Cameron Jordan CAL 6-4 287 4.72 31 4.37 117 25 2,509 MEARS #1 Saints
9 WR Jon Baldwin PITT 6-4.5 228 4.39 42 4.34 129 20 2,501 MEARS #1 Chiefs
10 QB Colin Kaepernick NEV 6-5 233 4.53 32.5 4.18 115 2,491 MEARS #2 49ers
10 DE Ryan Kerrigan PUR 6-4 267 4.67 33.5 4.3 122 2,490 MEARS #1 Redskins
11 WR Torrey Smith MARY 6-1 204 4.36 41 4.13 126 19 2,488 MEARS #2 Ravens
12 QB Blaine Gabbert MO 6-4 234 4.58 33.5 4.26 120 2,478 MEARS #1 Jaguars
13 NG Marvin Austin UNC 6-2 309 4.83 30.5 4.40 112 38 2,476 MEARS #2 Giants
14 CB Prince Amukamara NEB 6-0 206 4.37 38 4.08 128 2,472 MEARS #1 Giants
15 DE Aldon Smith MO 6-4 263 4.70 34.5 4.30 118 20 2,470 MEARS #1 49ers
16 OT Tyron Smith USC 6-5 307 4.92 29 4.68 109 31 2,469 MEARS #1 Cowboys
17 DT Nick Fairley AUB 6-4 291 4.83 31 4.56 113 34 2,467 MEARS #1 Lions
18 DE Robert Quinn UNC 6-4 265 4.6 34 4.31 125 24 2,455 MEARS #1 Rams

Image result for jj watt football photosTexans All-Pro DE J.J. Watt Did an Incredible 37-Inch Vertical Jump While Weighing 290 Pounds. Most 290 Pound Defensive Linemen would be Rated as a Tackle, but Watt Was an End, so I Rated him at Both Positions and Averaged the Two Ratings, Giving him an Incredible 2,565 MEARS RATING.

New Orleans Saints Head Coach Sean Payton

New Orleans Saints Head Coach Sean Payton was at the LSU Indoor Facilities for 2011 LSU Pro Day and as I was talking to him, I decided to give him my Copy of my  2011 MEARS RATINGS for the 2011 NFL Draft. Since I gave Coach Payton my MEARS RATINGS Notebook, I decided to take a Photo of him as he was talking to Saints Defensive Coordinator Greg Williams. Coach Payton is holding my MEARS RATINGS Notebook that I gave him and The New Orleans Saints Drafted Three of my Top 24 Players, including:

Related imageNew Orleans Saints 2011 Combine Freak Martez Wilson

PLAYER                           COL HT WT 40 VJ SH SBJ REP 2,015 MEARS RATING
MLB Martez Wilson ILL                           6-4 250 4.42 36 4.28 124 23 2,530 MEARS
DT Cameron Jordan CAL                            6-4 287 4.72 31 4.37 117 25 2,509 MEARS
RB Mark Ingram ALA                            5-9 215 4.62 31.5 4.42 113 21     2,345 MEARS

2015 FIRST ROUND NFL DRAFT CHOICE MEARS PLAYER RATINGS

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Clemson Super Combine Vic Beasley Broke MEARS WORLD RECORD WITH 2,662 MEARS RECORD!

Outside Linebacker/Defensive End Clemson Super Combine Freak Vic Beasley Was The Talk of The 2015 NFL Scouting Combine. Beasley was Drafted By The Atlanta Falcons and was a SUPER-STAR FOUR-FREAK with a 4.45 Forty; a 41-Inch Vertical Jump; and a 4.15 Pro-Shuttle; and he Also Broke The MEARS World Record 2,662 MEARS RATING, along with Cornerback Byron Jones and Quarterback Marcus Mariota!

These 2015 NFL First Round Draft Choices Might Be The Best Group Of Athletes Since the 2011 NFL Draft!

# POS PLAYER COL         HT WT 40 VJ SH SBJ REP   MEARS TEAM OVERALL
1 QB Jameis Winston FSU         6-4 231 4.81 28.5 4.36 103 2,467 BUCS        #1,#1
2 QB Marcus Mariota Oregon 6-4 222 4.33 36 4.11 121       2,683 TITANS  #1,#2
3 LB Dante Fowler Florida 6-3 261 4.51 32.5 4.32 112 19    2,392 JAGS        #1,#3
4 WR Amari Cooper Alabama 6-1 211 4.26 33 3.93 120      2,452 RAIDERS #1,#4
5 OG Brandon Scherff Iowa 6-5 319 4.95 32.5 4.57 107 23 2,523 REDSKINS #1,#5
6 DE Leonard Williams USC 6-5 304 4.86 29.5 4.53 106     2,438 JETS         #1,#6
7 WR Kevin White WV            6-3 215 4.22 36.5 4.14 123        2,585 BEARS     #1,#7
8 LB Vic Beasley Clemson 6-3 246 4.45 41 4.15 130 35         2,662 FALCONS #1,#8
9 OT Ereck Flowers Miami 6-6 329 5.26 27 – – 37                 2,228 GIANTS   #1,#9
10 RB Todd Gurley Georgia 6-1 222 4.42 38 4.06 126 17      2,274 RAMS         #1,#10
11 CB Trae Waynes Mich St 6-0 186 4.35 38 4.18 122 19       2,272 VIKINGS  #1,#11
12 NG Danny Shelton Wash 6-2 350 5.49 30.5 4.65 95 34    2,295 BROWNS #1,#12
13 WR Kenny Bell Nebraska         6-1 197 4.32 41.5 4.15 129 2,359 BUCS       #5,#162
13 DT Andrus Peat Stanford 6-7 313 5.13 31 4.62 105          2,256 SAINTS     #1,#13
14 WR DeVante Parker Lous 6-3 209 4.35 36.5 4.1 125 17 2,323 DOLPHINS #1,#14
15 RB Melvin Gordon Wis 6-1 215 4.38 35 4.07 126 19       2,340 CHARGERS #1,#15
16 CB Kevin Johnson Wake 6-0 188 4.38 4.15 3.89 130 –   2,306 TEXANS      #1,#16
17 DT Erik Armstead Ore 6-7 292 5.01 34 4.52 117 24         2,311 CHIEFS        #1,#17
18 CB Marcus Peters Wash 6-0 197 4.42 37.5 4.08 121 17    2,259 CHIEFS      #1,#18
19 OC Cameron Erving FSU 6-5 313 5.04 30.5 4.63 112 30   2,286 BROWNS #1,#19
20 WR Nelson Agholor USC 6-0 198 4.32 36.5 4.24 125 12   2,281 EAGLES    #1,#20
21 OG Cedric Ogbuehi A&M 6-5 306 4.93 –        –       –    –   2,250 BENGALS #1,#21
22 DE Bud Dupree Kentucky 6-4 269 4.51 42 4.48 138 –    2,358 STEELERS #1,#22
23 DE Shane Ray Missouri 6-3 245 4.63 33 4.48 120 21       2,135 BRONCOS #1,#23
24 OT D.J. Humphries FLA 6-5 307 5.01 31 4.64 104 28     2,174 CARDS       #1,#24
25 SS Shaq Thompson Wash 6-0 228 4.52 33.5 4.08 117   2,211 PANTHERS #1,#25
26 WR Breshad Perriman UCF 6-2 212 4.21 36.5 4.1 127 18  2,359 RAVENS   #1,#26
27 CB Byron Jones U-Conn 6-1 199 4.38 44.5 3.94 147 18   2,730 COWBOYS #1,#27
28 OG Laken Tomlinson Duke 6-3.5 338 5.1 31.5 4.71 103 2,231 LIONS          #1,#28
29 WR Phillip Dorsett Miami 5-10 185 4.23 38 4.03 129     2,325 COLTS         #1,#29
30 FS Damarious Randall ASU 5-11 196 4.35 38 4.07 120 2,222 PACKERS    #1,#30
31 ILB Stephone Anthony Clem 6-3 243 4.48 37 4.03 122 23 2,276 SAINTS   #1,#31
32 DT Malcolm Brown Texas 6-2.5 319 5.0 29.5 4.57 98 26 2,153 PATS           #1,#32

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Another NFL Super Combine Freak, who might have been even more Impressive than Vic Beasley was Cornerback Byron Jones of U-Conn with an Unbelievable World Record 2,730 MEARS RATING and he also Broke the World Record in The Standing Broad Jump With an “Out-Of-This-World” 147-Inch Jump (In The Photo). Jones also did an Equally Incredible 3.94 Pro-Agility Shuttle and a 44-5 Vertical Jump. Jones then Signed an $8.6M Four-Year Contract with The Dallas Cowboys.

Still Another NFL Super Combine Freak Was Outside Linebacker Davis Tull of Tennessee Chattanooga! In the Photo, Tull Recorded An Incredible 42.5 Vertical Jump to Add To An Also Equally Incredible 4.32 Pro Shuttle and 132-Inch Standing Broad Jump. Tull, Drafted by The New Orleans Saints, Recorded An Unbelievable 2,532 MEARS RATING. Tull then Signed a $2.5M Contract With the Saints, giving more Credence for Accurate And Outstanding Measurables.

2015 NFL DRAFT
SUPER GOLD and GOLD-CHIP
MEARS PLAYER RATINGS

In the 2015 NFL Draft, there were Ten Players that reached the 2,400 MEARS RATING Plateau and Fifty-Four Players that reached the 2,300 MEARS RATING Plateau. Below are the Ten Super Gold and Gold Players with all of their Measurables, and with their MEARS RATINGS, and Other Draft Info.

SUPER GOLD-CHIP

# 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   2,730 COWBOYS #1,#27
2 QB Marcus Mariota Oregon 6-4 222 4.33 36 4.11 121      2,689 TITANS     #1,#2
3 LB Vic Beasley Clemson  6-3 246 4.45 41 4.15 130 35       2,662 FALCONS #1,#8
4 DE Davis Tull Chattanooga 6-2 246 4.52 42.5 4.32 132 26 2,532 SAINTS #5,#148

GOLD-CHIP

1 DE Leonard Williams USC 6-5 304 4.86 29.5 4.53 106   2,484 JETS          #1,#6
2 WR Sammie Coats Auburn 6-1 212 4.32 41 4.06 131 23  2,432 Steelers    #3,#87
3 WR Kevin White WV            6-3 215 4.22 36.5 4.14 123      2,418 BEARS      #1,#7
4 CB Eric Rowe Utah                6-1 205 4.32 39 3.97 125 19   2,418 EAGLES   #2,#47
5 CB Ronald Darby FSU          5-11 193 4.32 41.5 4.14 129    2,411 BILLS       #2,#50
6 QB Jameis Winston FSU     6-4 231 4.81 28.5 4.36 103 2,407 BUCS          #1,#1

2016 FABULOUS FIFTY-FIVE
SUPER GOLD AND GOLD-CHIP RATINGS

2,400 Or Better MEARS RATINGS

SPECIAL NOTE: The 2016 NFL Draft Class has got to be the Most Incredible and Most Talented Classes in the History of the NFL. Out of My Top 11 Players, there were Seven Players including FS Jalen Ramsey, OLB Myles Jack, OT Laremy Tunsil, DE Joey Bosa, DE DeForest Buckner, and possibly RB’s Derrick Henry or Ezekiel Elliott who could become the First Selection in the Draft. With some NFL Teams Trading Players to “Move-Up” with a Higher #1 Draft Selection, there was also Two Players who had a chance to become a #1 Selection, including QB’s Carson Wentz and Jared Goff. There was also 55 SUPER GOLD or GOLD PLAYERS.

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 2,520 Jags #2, #36
3 OT Laremy Tunsil  6 -5 310 5.07 28.5 4.8 111 34 Ole Miss 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 2,498 Chargers #1, #3
7 OT Jason Spriggs      6-6 301 4.97 35 4.44 115 31 Indiana  2,517 Packers #2, #48
8 OLB Darron Lee   6-1 232 4.42 35.5 4.2 133 17 Ohio State  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  2,477 Bengals #4, #122
14 DE DeForest Buckner  6-7 291 4.98 32 4.47 116 21 Oregon 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 20 E Mich 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 Clemson  2,458 Bills #1, #19
21 WR Laquon Treadwell 6-2 221 4.52 33.5 4.3 117 Miss 2,457 Vikings #1, #23
22 OLB Deion Jones     6-1 222 4.38 35.5 4.16 120 18 LSU 2,454 Falcons #2, #52
23 OT Ronnie Stanley      6-6 312 5.13 30 4.69 106 24 ND 2,454 Ravens #1, #6
24 OC Ryan Kelly         6-4 311 4.91 30 4.59 103 26 Alabama 2,447 Colts #1, #18
25 OT Taylor Decker 6-7 310 5.14 29 4.76 101 22 Oh State  2,446 Lions #1, #16
26 WR Josh Doctson         6-2 202 4.43 41 4.08 131 14 TCU 2,445 Redskins #1, #22
27 FS T.J. Green            6-2 207 4.3 35.5 4.22 129 Clemson 2,439 Colts #2, #57
28 OG Josh Garnett   6-4 312 5.25 29 4.64 99 30 Stanford 2,429 49ers #1, #28
29 QB Paxton Lynch      6-7 244 4.79 36 4.26 118 Memphis 2,428 Broncos #1, #26
30 CB Eli Apple      6-1 199 4.37 38 4.08 128 13 Ohio State  2,428 Giants #1, #10
31 OG Connor McGovern 6-4 306 4.98 33 4.65 109 33 MO 2,427 Broncos #5, #144
32 DE Noah Spence        6-2 251 4.68 35 4.35 121 25 East Ky 2,427 Bucs #2, #39
33 SS Kentrell Brice      5-11 200 4.43 42 4.3 133 21 La Tech 2,425 Packers FA
34 DT Hassan Ridgeway 6-3 303 4.94 32 4.69 113 24 Texas 2,425 Colts #4, #116
35 DT Ashawn Robinson 6-4 307 5.1 26 4.74 106 22 Alabama 2,424 Lions #2, #46
36 DT Vern Butler 6-4 323 5.05 33.5 4.76 111 26 LA Tech  2,423 Panthers #1, #30
37 OLB Kamalei Correa 6-3 248 4.62 34 4.15 117 21 BoiseSt 2,423 Ravens #2, #42
38 RB Daniel Lasco 6-0 209 4.43 41.5 4.26 135 23 California 2,423 Saints #7, #237
39 SS Clay Fejedelem  6-0 204 4.5 40.5 4.3 121 20 Illinois  2,423 Bengals #7, #245
40 DT Chris Jones   6-6 310 4.83 29.5 4.62 106 26 Miss State 2,420 Chiefs #2, #37
41 ILB Elandon Roberts  5-11 235 4.53 37 4.26 120 25 UH 2,418 Pats #6, #214
42 DE Shilique Calhoun 6-4 251 4.76 35 4.25 115 23 Mich St 2,417 Raiders #3, #75
43 WR Sterling Shepard    5-10 194 4.44 41 4.25 126 22 OU 2,416 Giants #2, #40 
44 DT Jarran Reed     6-3 307 5.07 31 4.75 110 NA Alabama 2,414 Falcons #2, #49
45 OT Germain Ifedi   6 -6 324 5.21 32.5 4.74 109 24 A&M 2,413 Seahawks #1, #31
46 DT Javon Hargrave 6-1 309 4.83 34.5 4.7 109 29 S Car St 2,413 Steelers #3, #89
47 CB William Jackson         6-0 189 4.3 38 4.2 116 10 UH 2,413 Bengals #1 #24
48 CB Sean Davis  6-1 201 4.41 37.5 3.97 126 21 Maryland 2,412 Steelers #2, #58
49 DT Kenny Clark     6-3 314 5.01 28.5 4.62 102 29 UCLA 2,408 Packers #1, #27
50 TE Hunter Henry     6-5 250 4.66 31.5 4.41 113 21 Ark 2,405 Chargers #2, #35
51 WR Braxton Miller  6-2 210 4.35 35 4.07 123 17 Ohio St 2,405 Texans #3, #85
52 DT Kevin Dodd    6-5 277 4.8 30.5 4.44 110 22 Clemson 2,404 Titans #2, #33
53 ILB Reggie Ragland 6-1 247 4.62 31.5 4.28 116 Alabama 2,404 Bills #2, #41
54 OC Nick Martin 6-4 299 5.14 28 4.72 97 28 Notre Dame 2,403 Texans #2, #50
55 DT Jonathan Bullard 6-3 285 4.86 32 4.56 116 23 Florida 2,400 Bears #3, #72

 MAX EMFINGER’S ALL-AMERICAN BOWL GAME TOP 20 DRAFT CHOICES

In the first previous Eleven Games, The All-American Bowl Game Classic has helped Over 1,700 Players to get a Scholarship. The All-American Bowl Game Classic also has had some very distinguished Alumnus, including Two #1 Draft Choices; Two #2 Draft Choices; and Five #3 Draft Choices. Kareem Jackson, Alfred Morris, Lawrence Wilson, and Vick Ballard did not have a Single Scholarship offer when they reported for the first practice. Andy Dalton and Joe Looney had only one offer. Damontre Moore and Lee Smith had Only Two Offers.

1. OT Trent Williams, Oklahoma – Washington Redskins 2010 #1 – #4 Overall
2. CB Kareem Jackson, Alabama – Houston Texans 2010 #1 – #20 Overall
3. QB Andy Dalton, TCU – Cincinnati Bengals 2011 #2 – #35 Overall
4. DT Lamarr Houston, Texas – Oakland Raiders 2010 #2 – #44 Overall
5. WR Damian Williams, USC – Tennessee Titans 2010 #3 – #53 Overall
6. DT Terrell McClain, S Florida – Carolina Panthers 2011 #3 – #65 Overall
7. DE Damontre Moore, Texas A&M – New York Giants 2013 #3 – #81 Overall
8. NG Drake Nevis, LSU – Indianapolis Colts 2011 #3 – #87 Overall
9. OG Joe Looney, Wake Forest – Cincy Bengals 2012 #4 – #117 Overall
10. DT Jay Howard, Florida – Seattle Seahawks 2012 #4 – #170 Overall
11. TE Lee Smith, Marshall – New England Patriots 2011 #5 – #159 Overall
12. CB Lorenzo Doss, Tulane – Denver Broncos 2015 #5 – #164 Overall
13. RB Vick Ballard, Miss State – Indianapolis Colts 2012 #5 – #170 Overall
14. LB Lawrence Wilson, U-Conn – Carolina Panthers 2011 #6 – #166 Overall
15. RB Alfred Morris, FAU – Washington Redskins 2012 #6 – 173 Overall
16. FS Charles Mitchell, Miss State – Atlanta Falcons 2012 #6 – 192 Overall
17. RB Charles Scott, LSU – Philadelphia Eagles 2010 #6 – 200 Overall
18. NG Everett Dawkins, FSU – Minnesota Vikings 2013 #7 – #229 Overall
19. OT Marcel Jones, Nebraska – New Orleans Saints 2012 #7 – #234 Overall
20. OT Lee Ziemba, Auburn – Carolina Panthers 2011 #7 – #244 Overall

1. TE Will Tye, Stoney Brook – New York Giants 2015, – FREE AGENT

Related image2009 Oklahoma All-American OT Trent Williams
6-5, 320, 4.88, 34.5, 4.51, 113, 23
Washington Redskins 2010 #1 Draft Choice
  2010 World Record Holder With 2,085 MEARS RATING Updated To 2,655 MEARS RATING With New Standards!

Image result for Patrick Peterson Photos2010 LSU All-Amerin CB Patrick Peterson
6-0, 219, 4.31, 38, 4.07, 126, 15
Arizona Cardinals 2011 #1 Draft Choice
2011 World Record Holder With 2,338 MEARS RATING
Updated To 2,568 MEARS RATING With New Standards!

 Image result for marcus mariota photos2014 Oregon All-American QB Marcus Mariota
6-4, 222, 4.33, 36, 4.11, 121
Tennessee Titans 2015 #1 Draft Choice
2015 World Record Holder With 2,689 MEARS RATING
Until CB Byron Jones Broke his Record with a 2,730!

ALWAYS REMEMBER!
WITH GREAT MEASURABLES, ANY PLAYER CAN GET TO THE NFL FROM ANY COLLEGE TEAM IN THE COUNTRY! 

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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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