DALLAS COWBOYS WIN 2017 NFC EAST DRAFT CLASS RANKINGS, BIG UPDATE! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

DALLAS COWBOYS WIN 2017 NFC EAST DRAFT CLASS RANKINGS – BIG  UPDATE!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

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If Ten Different NFL Scouts Rated all 32 of the 2017 NFL Draft Classes, there would be Ten Different Draft Class Rankings and the Reason is that all Ten Different Scouts would be Using Ten Different Set of Standards. This is not to say that all Ten Rankings would be Wrong, but all Ten Different Rankings did not Take into Consideration all of the Undrafted Free Agents that were not Drafted in the 2017 NFL Draft.

Some of the Best Players in NFL History were not Drafted and they Fell-Through-The-Cracks of not being Drafted in the NFL Draft and were not going to get a chance to play in the NFL until an NFL Team Signed Them as an Undrafted Free Agent, including Kurt Warner; Two Longtime Friends Quarterback Warren Moon and Wes Welker; Priest Holmes, John Randle, James Harrison, and then the recently retired Tony Romo. These Undrafted Free Agents also Include Three Hall of Fame Quarterbacks, includeing Warner, Moon, and Romo. Also Remember: Warner was Sacking Groceries before given a chance to play in the NFL.

Basically, there are some Unbelievable Diamonds-In-The-Rough out there and The Cowboys, Redskins, Giants, and Eagles did a Great Job in finding some Incredible Undrafted Free Agents. Some of these Incredible Undrafted Free Agents include LB Darnell Leslie of MonmouthOG Nate Theaker of Wayne State, and TE Blake Jarwin of Oklahoma State for the Cowboys; WR Levern Jacobs of Maryland, OG Tyler Catalina of Georgia and OG Kyle Kalis of Michigan for the Redskins; OG Jessaman Dunker of Tennessee State, SS Keeon Johnson of Virginia and FB Shane Smith of San Jose State for the Giants; and then also TE Billy Brown of Shepherd, RB Corey Clement of Wisconsin, and DT Winston Craig of Richmond for the Eagles.

I have been Evaluating, Rating, and Ranking 2017 NFL Draft Players for almost 45 Days or ever since the NFL Draft at the End of April. I have probably Rated and Ranked 22 NFL Teams, but I have decided to Rate and Rank Every NFL Team within their NFL Conference and their are Eight Conferences in the NFL with Four Teams within each Conference.

Please Remember: Every NFL Scout or NFL Analysis Scout has their own Evaluation Process! My Evaluation Process for over 40 Years has been my MEARS RATING SYSTEM which Stands-For MAX EMFINGER ASSETS RATING SYSTEM. A Football Player with Great ASSETS is a Player with a Great Forty, a Great Vertical Jump, a Great Pro-Shuttle, or a Great Standing Broad Jump in Relationship To His Position.

THE MEARS RATING SYSTEM

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!

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, a Standing Broad Jump and yes, a Forty.

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 Super Combine so these two positions must be evaluated very carefully on their Highlight Film or in person and then their MEARS RATING is going to be estimated. I have learned how to Evaluate them and give them an honest MEARS RATING.

SCOUTING NOTE I: The Measurables of a Football Prospect are of Really Great Importance, but it is Very Obvious that some Very Successful NFL Teams feel that they are of Really Great Importance, while some other NFL Teams do not believe that they are of Great Importance. The Ultimate Reason that the NFL Scouting Combine is so Important is because in many cases, this is the First Time that the NFL Scouts get a chance to Really View how Fast and how Athletic that a Prospect is in Relationship to his Position with other Players at the Same Position.

SCOUTING NOTE II: Before a Player is Drafted and Given Millions of Dollars, NFL Teams have got to have Current and Accurate Measurables on Every Player on their Big Draft Board.  In 1976, when I was with the Cowboys, Texas Tech had a “Try-Out” Camp and a Wide Receiver ran a much Faster Forty than we had him as his best Forty. Since we needed to know how Accurate this New Forty was, Gil put me on a Plane to Lubbock to Run-Him in another Forty, to Update Our Files. When I got to Lubbock, it had been Raining for two days, but their Basketball Gym had a Long Straight Lobby that Included about Sixty Yards so I Marked-Off Forty Yards and he Ran a 4.38 and a 4.39 Forty, giving us the Accurate Measurable that we Needed.

Super Tight End Evan Engram (6-3, 234, 4.39, 36, 4.23, 124, 19) Ole Miss had Incredible Speed Measurables at the 2017 Scouting Combine and in fact, his 2,858 Mears Rating was the Third Best, behind DE Myles Garrett who was Drafted #1 Overall and CB Marshon Lattimore who had a 2,866 MEARS RATING. Engram had Maximum Points in the the Forty and Pro-Shuttle. He was also Very Impressive at the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine Drills.

SCOUTING NOTE III: If the Player ran 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 NFL Scouting 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 or at Pro Day, that Measurable will be in RED.

SCOUTING NOTE IV: Although The MEARS RATINGS are Based on a Player and his Measurables in Relationship to a Set Standard for his Position, there are also Coaches Evaluation Points that are also Very Important. I am still in the Process of Evaluating every Player in the 2017 NFL Draft and although every Player received from 100 to 200 Evaluation Points, but some Players with Weak Measurables were Absolute Freaks on their Highlight Film and consequently were given Extra Evaluation Points.

SCOUTING NOTE V: In Rating and Ranking the NFL Teams, in the 2017 NFL Draft, I am only Counting the NFL Players with Super Gold (7), FA Gold (6), Blue (5), and Red (4) MEARS RATINGS. Then all of these Players are Counted for the Final NFL Team Rankings and then are Averaged for their Final core. Also, some of these Free Agents may have already been released and could have Signed as a Free Agent with another NFL Team.

SCOUTING NOTE VI: Gold Ratings Include Free Agents With Incredible Measurables! All of these Free Agents have Incredible MEARS RATINGS of over 2,700, but since they were Free Agents, and not Drafted, they may not be as Hot a Prospect as those that were Drafted ahead of them. Always Remember that a Player with Incredible Measurables Can Get-To the NFL from Any College in America.

SCOUTING NOTE VII: In Trying to Rate and Rank all of the Free Agents, it quickly became apparent that some of the Free Agents have Already Been Released. If I was able to Find Out the Released Free Agents, I have added their Release, but Obviously there are Free Agents Released every day and it has become obvious, that it is Difficult to Stay Completely Current.

SCOUTING NOTE VIII: In dealing with Free Agents, I have Decided to Give One Super-Star Free Agent to Each NFL Team, including Players like Nolan Carroll of the CowboysTerrelle Pryor of the Redskins, Geno Smith of the Bucs, and Torrey Smith of the Eagles, in the NFC East Team Rankings.

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NFC EAST RANKINGS IN 2017 NFL DRAFT

(Cowboys, Redskins, Giantsand Eagles)
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

2017 NFL DRAFT NFC EAST PLAYER RATINGS AND RANKINGS!

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Dallas Cowboys – 135 – With 24 Players or 5.63

1 CB Nolan Carroll           5-11 204 4.37 37.5 4.21 123 17 Maryland 2,913 FA Cowboys

2 CB Chidobe Awuzie  6-0 202 4.38 39.5 4.14 132 Colorado 2,754 #2 #60 Cowboys
3 DE Taco Charlton       6-6 277 4.8 33 4.39 115 25 Michigan 2,739 #1 #28 Cowboys
4 SS Xavier Woods      5-11 197 4.5 33.5 4.13 122 19 La Tech 2,704 #6 #191 Cowboys
5 CB Jourdan Lewis 5-10 188 4.49 34.5 4.29 121 15 Michigan 2,701 #3 #92 Cowboys
6 SLB Darnell Leslie    6-2 230 4.67 40.5 4.33 133 20 Monmouth 2,700 FA Cowboys
7 OG Nate Theaker               6-5 315 5.35 27 4.89 105 30 Wayne St 2,700 FA Cowboys
8 TE Blake Jarwin       6-5 246 4.69 34.5 4.39 121 21 Oklahoma St 2,692 FA Cowboys
9 OLB Kennan Gilchrist      6-1 230 4.57 35 4.47 117 26 App State 2,675 FA Cowboys
10 SLOT Ryan Switzer          5-8 181 4.38 32 4.0 115 11 UNC 2,667 #4 #133 Cowboys
11 NT Jordan Carroll     6-2 290 4.94 31.5 4.5 107 Colorado 2,665 #7 #245 Cowboys
12 OLB Joseph Jones    6-0 231 4.47 35 4.22 123 18 Northwestern 2,657 FA Cowboys
13 WR Noah Brown 6-2 222 4.52 36 4.33 126 19 Ohio State 2,654 #7 #239 Cowboys
14 NT Woody Baron 6-1 275 4.88 28.5 4.58 102 24 Virginia Tech 2,650 FA Cowboys
15 OT Dan Skipper              6-10 309 5.32 26 4.92 97 19 Arkansas 2,640 FA Cowboys
16 DE Chris Odom        6-4 262 4.79 31.5 4.63 114 20 Arkansas St 2,634 FA Cowboys
17 OLB Lucas Wacha           6-1 225 4.54 37 4.33 122 21 Wyoming 2,630 FA Cowboys
18 CB Marquez White            6-0 194 4.54 36 4.34 123 FSU 2,623 #6 #216 Cowboys
19 QB Cooper Rush    6-3 228 4.88 30 4.46 107 Central Michigan 2,621 FA Cowboys
20 WR Lance Lenoir      6-0 200 4.56 34.5 4.39 118 14 Western Ill 2,620 FA Cowboys
21 RB Jahad Thomas             5-10 190 4.49 32 4.29 120 11 Temple 2,610 FA Cowboys
22 DT Joey Ivie             6-3 298 5.11 29.5 4.72 105 23 Florida 2,601 #7 #228 Cowboys
23 DE Lewis Neal                            6-0 261 4.72 31 4.44 117 23 LSU 2,601 FA Cowboys
24 WR Brian Brown         6-1 204 4.56 31.5 4.34 119 14 Richmond 2,523 FA Cowboys

1 OC Michael Coe    6-1 309 5.35 32 4.89 112 31 N Dakota 2,658 FA Waived Cowboys
2 QB Austin Appleby        6-4 230 4.81 30 4.4 113 Florida 2,585 FA Waived Cowboys
3 OT Levon Myers    6-5 309 5.35 26.5 4.83 102 N Illinois 2,578 FA Waived Cowboys

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Washington Redskins – 111 With 20 Players or 5.55

1 WR Terrelle Pryor             6-4 244 4.33 39 4.13 128 Ohio State 2,910 FA Redskins

2 WR Rob Davis  6-3 219 4.44 41 4.28 136 19 Ga Southern 2,828 #6 #209 Redskins
3 DT Jonathan Allen   6-3 286 4.95 30 4.75 108 21 Alabama 2,752 #1 #17 Redskins
4 SS Montae Nicholson  6-2 212 4.38 35 4.18 124 Mich St 2,734 #4 #123 Redskins
5 CB Fabian Moreau             6-0 206 4.32 38 4.12 135 UCLA 2,707 #3 #81 Redskins
6 OC Chase Roullier 6-4 312 5.48 26.5 4.47 103 Wyoming 2,707 #6 #199 Redskins
7 RB Samaje Perine            5-11 233 4.6 33 4.37 116 30 OU 2,706 #4 #114 Redskins
8 OG Tyler Catalina              6-4 330 5.36 31 4.82 102 29 Georgia 2,700 FA Redskins
9 WR Levern Jacobs         5-11 182 4.42 39 4.07 135 13 Maryland 2,700 FA Redskins
10 OG Kyle Kalis              6-4 306 5.47 24.5 4.95 104 30 Michigan 2,700 FA Redskins
11 SS Fish Smithson            5-10 201 4.51 36.5 4.37 112 17 Kansas 2,652 FA Redskins
12 SLB Ryan Anderson 6-2 253 4.74 28.5 4.44 116 Alabama 2,646 #2 #49 Redskins
13 SS Josh Holsey       5-10 190 4.444 35 4.2 118 15 Auburn 2,645 #7 #235 Redskins
14 CB Tevin Homer       6-1 189 4.56 37.5 4.36 115 13 Fla Atlantic 2,633 FA Redskins 
15 WR Zach Pascal        6-2 219 4.5 36 4.25 125 14 Old Dominion 2,633 FA Redskins
16 TE Jeremy Sprinkle   6-5 252 4.64 30.5 4.53 116 15 Ark 2,564 #5 #154 Redskins
17 DT Ondre Pipkins       6-3 307 5.11 27.5 5.03 99 22 Texas Tech 2,559 FA Redskins
18 SS J Harvey-Clemons 6-4 217 4.7 33 4.56 121 Louisville 2,549 #7 #230 Redskins
19 DE Brandon Banks    6-3 262 4.95 30.5 4.69 107 26 Charlotte 2,509 FA Redskins
20 WR James Quick              6-0 186 4.55 31 4.35 114 11 Louisville 2,502 FA Redskins
21 OLB Nico Marley                     5-8 195 4.77 29 4.45 11015 Tulane 2,450 FA Redskins

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New York Giants – 124 With 24 Players or 5.17

1 QB Geno Smith                    6-2 218 4.51 33.5 4.31 124 West Virginia 2,906 FA Giants

2 TE Evan Engram            6-3 234 4.39 36 4.23 124 19 Ole Miss  2,858 #1 #23 Giants
3 OG Jessamen Dunker  6-4 318 4.98 28.5 4.9 108 23 Tennessee St 2,700 FA Giants
4 SS Keeon Johnson                  6-2 211 4.53 35.5 4.34 132 25 Virginia 2,700 FA Giants
5 FB Shane Smith               6-1 244 4.76 37 4.48 126 36 San Jose State 2,700 FA Giants
6 WR Robert Wheelwright    6-2 205 4.56 38 4.14 128 15 Wisconsin 2,700 FA Giants
7 WR Jalen Williams                  6-2 209 4.51 40.5 4.21 119 14 U-Mass 2,700 FA Giants
8 QB Davis Webb                      6-5 229 4.75 33 4.21 116 California 2,673 #3 #87 Giants
9 CB Dashaun Amos           6-0 185 4.46 32 4.09 116 16 East Carolina 2,660 FA Giants
10 DE Evan Schwan                6-5 261 4.64 31.5 4.39 121 19 Penn State 2,657 FA Giants
11 OT Chad Wheeler            6-7 306 5.38 24 4.95 105 15 Southern Cal 2,657 FA Giants
12 RB Wayne Gallman 6-0 215 4.51 30.5 4.28 120 21 Clemson 2,650 #4 #140 Giants
13 DT Dalvin Tomlinson   6-3 310 5.13 27 4.93 110 22 Alabama 2,650 #2 #55 Giants
14 DT Josh Banks                  6-3 278 4.87 31.5 4.5 112 17 Wake Forest 2,636 FA Giants
15 SS Jader Johnson                  6-0 206 4.55 33.5 4.2 124 19 Clemson 2,632 FA Giants
16 CB Nigel Tribune            5-10 190 4.45 35.5 4.25 126 16 Iowa State 2,630 FA Giants
17 DE Avery Moss 6-3 264 4.74 32.5 4.44 113 14 Youngstown St 2,623 #5 #167 Giants
18 WR Travis Rudolph                     6-0 189 4.59 31.5 4.36 113 12 FSU 2,623 FA Giants
19 OT Adam Bisnowaty          6-6 304 5.17 29.5 4.94 96 23 Pitt 2,618 #6 #200 Giants
20 MLB Calvin Munson       6-1 241 4.74 31.5 4.39 117 25 San Diego St 2,617 FA Giants
21 RB Khalid Abdullah     5-9 211 4.64 35.5 4.45 123 James Madison 2,567 FA Giants
22 DT Jarron Jones            6-6 316 5.27 24.5 4.77 102 22 Notre Dame 2,562 FA Giants
23 SS Trey Robinson                  6-2 217 4.58 36.5 4.46 117 14  Furman 2,539 FA Giants
24 TE Colin Thompson                6-4 254 4.96 28 4.65 108 18 Temple 2,508 FA Giants

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Philadelphia Eagles – 118 With 23 Players or 5.13

1 WR Torrey Smith                    6-1 204 4.36 41 4.13 126 19 Maryland 2,908 FA Eagles

2 DE Derek Barnett          6-3 259 4.82 31 4.49 116 20 Tennessee 2,718 #1 #14 Eagles
3 CB Sidney Jones     6-0 186 4.42 33.5 4.28 123 12 Washington 2,702 #2 #43 Eagles
4 RB Corey Clement                   5-10 220 4.6 32 4.17 120 9 Wisconsin 2,700 FA Eagles
5 DT Winston Craig                 6-3 288 4.98 28 4.67 111 25 Richmond 2,700 FA Eagles
6 SS Tre’ Sullivan                     6-0 195 4.56 32.5 4.14 118 18 Shepherd 2,680 FA Eagles
7 TE Billy Brown                        6-3 254 4.64 29 4.44 116 23 Shepherd 2,668 FA Eagles
8 OC Tyler Orlosky        6-3 298 5.33 26.5 4.84 102 24 West Virginia 2,666 FA Eagles
9 RB Don Pumphrey    5-8 176 4.43 33.5 4.23 117 San Diego St 2,655 #4 #132 Eagles
10 NT Charles Walker              6-2 310 4.91 28 4.71 105 25 Oklahoma 2,655 FA Eagles
11 CB/FS Rasul Douglas       6-2 209 4.53 33.5 4.26 120 16 UVA 2,648 #3 #99 Eagles
12 MLB Marcus Oliver                  6-1 240 4.62 34 4.33 114 23 Indiana 2,645 FA Eagles
13 WR Mack Hollins 6-4 221 4.49 36 4.2 120 15 North Carolina 2,642 #4 #118 Eagles
14 MLB Marcus Oliver                  6-1 240 4.62 34 4.33 114 23 Indiana 2,640 FA Eagles
15 CB Jomal Wiltz                               5-9 178 4.4 36 4.2 118 Iowa State 2,626 FA Eagles
16 SS Nate Gerry            6-2 218 4.53 33.5 4.33 122 17 Nebraska 2,616 #5 #184 Eagles
17 NT Elijah Qualls  6-1 322 5.07 31.5 4.87 104 33 Washington 2,614 #6 #214 Eagles
18 WR Greg Ward                       5-10 182 4.4 34.5 4.2 115 10 Houston 2,609 FA Eagles
19 P Cameron Johnson                                    5-11 194 4.88 Ohio State 2,600 FA Eagles
20 QB Jarod Evans                  6-3 232 4.77 26.5 4.41 111 Virginia Tech 2,579 FA Eagles
21 WR Shelton Gibson   5-11 191 4.44 32 4.2 121 West Virginia 2,567 #5 #166 Eagles
22 CB Randall Goforth                    5-10 186 4.45 27 4.35 118 9 UCLA 2,532 FA Eagles
23 OT Victor Salako           6-6 316 5.42 23 5.1 96 24 Oklahoma State 2,532 FA Eagles

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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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