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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Washington Redskins New Redskins Wide Receiver Robert Davis Recorded Some Mind-Boggling Speed Measurables. By Super Scout Max Emfinger

Washington Redskins New Wide Receiver Robert Davis Recorded Some Mind-Boggling Speed Measurables.

In Rating and Ranking the Washington Redskins NFL Draft Class, I have just come across an Incredible Wide Receiver from Georgia Southern named Robert Davis and he is an Unbelievable Athletic Wide Receiver and he “Put-Up” some Unbelievable and Incredible Speed Measurables at the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine. Davis also Proved to the Shocked NFL Scouts that his 15.3-Yards Per Catch Average in 2016 was no Fluke or Coincidence.

At 6-3 and 219 Pounds, Davis ran a 4.44 in the Forty and a 4.24 Pro-Shuttle; did an Incredible 136-Inch Standing Broad Jump; and an Amazing 19 Reps of 225 on the Bench Press. The Standing Broad Jump was Tested in the  in the 95th and 98th percentile, respectively.

When you watch Davis on his Highlight Film, he shows his Great Speed and Great Quickness off the Snap of the Football and then his Second Gear Kicks-In to Separate him from the Defensive Back, trying to Cover-Him. Davis can then use his “Big-Body” and Great Jumping Ability to Out-Jump Defensive Backs.

With his Big-Body, Davis is Really Hard to Tackle in the Open-Field and then he is able to Create Big Plays after the Big Catch. He has strong hands, only dropping Three Passes for the entire 2016 Football Season and along with these Great Stats, Davis Demonstrated the Amazing Ability To-Make the Incredible and Impossible Catch.

With all of these Great Superlatives, the first question that is asked would be: How did Davis go Un-Drafted until the Sixth Round and the answer is that his Competition Level was a Big Question. Davis, however, did play Extremely Well against both The University of Oregon and The University of Wisconsin. Against Oregon in 2015, Davis Caught Three Passes for 89-Yards and a Touchdown, and then Against Wisconsin in 2016, he Caught Eight Passes for 93-Yards and a Touchdown.

Davis also showed Great Versatility, playing both Slot Receiver and Outside Receiver. Davis had a Lot of NFL Teams that were Excited and Interested with his Unbelievable Athleticism, and he had the production and skill set to back it up.

Davis wasn’t recruited heavily out of High School, because he played in a Run-Oriented Offense, but he was a Relative of longtime Wide Receiver Carolina Panther Thomas Davis, who finished his career at Wide Receiver with the Panthers and his Relative Finished as the Panthers All-Time Leading Wide Receiver, as he broke a Lot of Panthers Wide Receiver Records.

In 2013, as a Freshman, Davis was the Second-Leading Wide Receiver for Georgia Southern, with 44Catches for 711-Yards and Four Touchdowns. Then in 2014, he Caught 50-Passes for 732-Yards and Two Touchdowns and then was Selected Honorable Mention on the All-Sun Belt Team.

Then in 2015 and 2016, Davis was an All Sun Belt First-Team Selection, averaging 16.1-Yards Per Catch in 2015 with 61-Catches for 980-Yards and Six Touchdowns and in 2016, he Caught 67-Passes for 968-Yards and Five Touchdowns. Davis also Averaged 43.8-Yards Per Catch on his Five Touchdown Catches in 2016.

Led By Myles Garrett, Robert Davis, And Several Other Players Broke The 2,800 MEARS RATING Plateau! 

At 6-3 and 219 Pounds, Super-Star Wide Receiver Robert Davis went to the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine and he Put-Up some of the Most Incredible Measurables for his Wide Receiver Position that the NFL Scouts at the Scouting Combine have ever seen. Led by  DE Myles Garrett with a 2,929 MEARS RATING, there were Several other Players, including Robert Davis, with a 2,828 MEARS RATING, who Reached this 2,800 MEARS RATING Plateau.

In Wowing the NFL Scouts and the NFL Analysis Scouts ran a 4.44 in the Forty and a 4.24 Pro-Shuttle; which are Great, but then he did an Incredible 136-Inch Standing Broad Jump; and an Amazing 19 Reps of 225 on the Bench Press. The Standing Broad Jump was Tested in the  in the 98th Percentile.

As I have already said! There were Several Players in the 2017 NFL Draft who Reached the 2,800 MEARS RATING Plateau, including DE Myles Garrett of Texas A&M who was Drafted as the #1 Overall Selection by The Cleveland Browns and Robert Davis who was Drafted in the Sixth Round by The Washington Redskins as the 209th Overall Selection.

So lets take a look at just how Incredible these Two Players Really Were at the Scouting Combine. Garrett (6-4, 272, 4.64, 41, 4.44, 128, 33) was Mind-Boggling with his Measurables for his Position.

In Relationship to his Defensive End Position, Garrett was #1 in the Vertical Jump with a 41-Inch Jump, while Jordan Willis of Kansas State and The Cincinnati Bengals was #2 with a 39-Inch Vertical. He also Tied for #2 in the Standing Broad Jump with a 128-Inch Jump behind Haasan Reddick of Temple and The Arizona Cardinals with a 133-Inch Jump. Two others who Tied for 2th with Garrett included Tanoh Kpassagnon of Villanova and The Kansas City Chiefs; and Ifeadi Odnigbo of Northwestern and The Minnesota Vikings. In the Bench Press, Garrett was also #2 with 33-Reps behind Carl Lawson of Auburn and The Cincinnati Bengals, who was #1 with 35 Reps.

In Relationship to all other Wide Receivers, Davis (6-4, 219, 4.44, 41, 4.28, 136, 19) was #1 in the Standing Broad Jump with a 136-Inch Jump. Four other Receivers Tied for 2nd with a 135-Inch Jump included Malachi Dupre of LSU and the Green Bay Packers; Zay Jones of East Carolina and The Buffalo Bills; Speedy Noil of Texas A&M; and John Ross of Washington and The Cincinnati Bengals.

Davis also got #2 in the Vertical Jump with a 41-Inch Jump; while Speedy Noil got #1 with a 43.5 Jump. The in the Bench Press, Davis got 2nd again with a 19-Rep in the 225-Pound Bench Press as Billy Brown of Shepherd and The Philadelphia Eagles did 23-Reps.

With these Incredible Measurables, Myles Garrett Recorded a Record-Breaking 2,894 MEARS RATING; while Robert Davis Recorded a 2,828 MEARS RATING.

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Memorial Day Sneak Preview Special Of Four Top Teams In the 2017 NFL Draft. By Super Scout Max Emfinger

2017 NFL DRAFT TERRIFIC TOP 500  PLAYERS IN THE 2017 DRAFT!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

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SCOUTING NOTE I: The Measurables of a Football Prospect are of Great Importance, but it is Very Obvious that some Very Successful NFL Teams feel that they are of Great Importance, while some other NFL Teams do not believe that they are Very Important. The Ultimate Reason that the NFL Scouting Combine is so Important because in many cases, this is the Very 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 Measurables on Every Player on their Big 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 his 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 we Needed.

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 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, 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 NFL Draft, I am only Counting the NFL Players with Super Gold (7)Gold (6), Blue (5), and Red (4) MEARS RATINGS and all of these Players are Counted for the Final NFL Team Rankings. Also, some of these Free Agents may have already been released and could Very Well have Signed as a Free Agent with another NFL Team. This is a Never-Ending Story.

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 many of the Free Agents have Already Been Released. If I was able to Find Out these 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 Adrian Peterson, Brandin Crooks, Nolan Carroll, and Breno Giacomini in this Sneak Preview.

FOUR TOP TEAMS IN 2017 NFL DRAFT

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MEMORIAL DAY SNEAK PREVIEW SPECIAL
FOUR TOP TEAMS IN THE NFL DRAFT.

(Patriots, Texans, Cowboys, and Saints)
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

I have been Evaluating, Rating, and Ranking 2017 NFL Draft Players for almost 30 Days or ever since the Draft at the End of April. I probably Rated and Ranked 18 NFL Teams, but I decided to give Everyone a Great Sneak Preview of Four Top NFL Teams on Memorial Day.

Please Remember: Every NFL Scout or NFL Analysis Scout has their own Evaluation Process! My Evaluation Process is my MEARS RATING SYSTEM which Stands-For MAX EMFINGER ASSETS RATING SYSTEM. A Player with Great ASSETS is a Player with a Great Forty, a Great Vertical Jump, a Great Pro-Shuttle, and 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, and a Standing Broad Jump.

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

Patriots, Texans, Cowboys, and Saints NFL Team Ratings!

New England Patriots – 123 

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COLLEGE PLAYER        HT WT 40 VJ SH SBJ BP College MEARS # Selection
1 WR Brandin Crooks       5-10 189 4.26 36 3.81 120 16 Oregon St 2,788 FA Patriots

2 DE Derek Rivers   6-4 248 4.57 35 4.37 123 30 Youngstown 2,721 #3 #83 Patriots
3 OT Connor McDermott 6-8 307 5.13 28.5 4.58 105 UCLA 2,709 #5 #211 Patriots
4 CB D.J. Killings          5-10 187 4.44 37.5 4.21 124 22 Central Fla 2,700 FA Patriots
5 OG Jason King                       6-3 303 5.26 31 4.72 107 35 Purdue 2,700 FA Patriots
6 OT Max Rich                          6-7 311 5.07 30 4.51 105 25 Harvard 2,700 FA Patriots
7 FS Jason Thompson             6-1 210 4.42 39.5 4.01 133 20 Utah 2,700 FA Patriots
8 OT Antonio Garcia              6-6 302 5.1 31 4.94 108 24 Troy 2,684 #3 #85 Patriots
9 DE Deatrich Wise    6-5 274 4.87 33 4.57 124 22 Arkansas  2,679 #4 #131 Patriots
10 CB/SS Kenny Moore        5-9 188 4.48 40 4.28 120 15 Valdosta 2,666 FA Patriots
11 OT Cole Croston                             6-5 314 5.23 4.68 103 17 Iowa 2,663 FA Patriots
12 TE Jacob Hollister               6-4 243 4.6 36.5 4.34 121 Wyoming 2,661 FA Patriots
13 MLB Harvey Langi  6-2 251 4.61 33 4.41 116 23 Brigham Young 2,642 FA Patriots
14 DE Corey Vereen         6-2 254 4.82 28.5 4.47 116 26 Tennessee 2,638 FA Patriots
15 WR Austin Carr      6-0 202 4.57 33.5 4.07 116 16 Northwestern 2,636 FA Patriots
16 FS
David Jones                6-1 205 4.39 34 4.32 129 12 Richmond
2,635 FA Patriots
17 WR Cody Hollister            6-3 214 4.53 36 4.34 120 24 Arkansas 2,618 FA Patriots
18 RB Lashun Daniels                   5-11 222 4.53 36 4.33 114 21 Iowa 2,614 FA Patriots
19 MLB Brooks Ellis             6-2 240 4.74 31.5 4.41 114 21 Arkansas 2,552 FA Patriots
20 SS Dwayne Thomas             5-11 196 4.56 33.5 4.38 119 118 LSU 2,547 FA Patriots
21 OG Andrew Jelks            6-6 309 5.52 29 4.94 101 21 Vanderbilt 2,543 FA Patriots
22 DT Adam Butler             6-4 293 5.18 28.5 4.9 101 23 Vanderbilt 2,541 FA Patriots
23 SS Damarius Travis          6-1 206 4.6 33 4.14 114 13 Minnesota 2,512 FA Patriots
24 DT Josh Augusta           6-4 347 5.14 28.5 4.87 108 22 Missouri 2,504 FA Patriots

Houston Texans – 120

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1 OT Breno Giacomini       6-7 303 5.15 26.5 4.63 108 23 Louisville 2,726 FA Texans 

2 QB DeShaun Watson       6-2 221 4.61 32.5 4.31 117 Clemson 2,787 #1 #12 Texans
3 RB D’onta Freeman        6-0 233 4.43 33 4.29 120 18 Texas 2,706 #3 #89 Texans
4 WR Justin Hardee               6-1 197 4.33 34.5 4.13 129 17 Illinois 2,700 FA Texans
5 WR Shaq Hill        5-9 193 4.44 35.5 4.24 21 Eastern Washington 2,656 FA Texans
6 CB Malik Foreman       5-10 188 4.38 35.5 4.28 121 11 Tennessee 2,655 FA Texans
7 OLB Dylan Cole            6-0 239 4.5 39 4.19 125 32 Missouri State 2,653 FA Texans
8 OT Julien Davenport 6-7 318 5.4 29 4.69 107 18 Bucknell 2,641 #4 #130 Texans
9 OLB Zach Cunningham 6-3 234 4.63 35 4.43 120 15 Vandy 2,638 #2 #57 Texans
10 DT Eli Ankou                              6-3 331 5.16 30 4.84 115 31 UCLA 2,635 FA Texans
11 CB Dee Virgin         5-9 194 4.42 36.5 4.29 126 16 West Alabama 2,628 FA Texans
12 DT Carlos Watkins 6-3 309 4.98 28 4.88 108 25 Clemson 2,628 #4 #142 Texans
13 OC Kyle Fuller                6-5 307 5.19 26 4.84 96 23 Baylor 2,619 #7 #243 Texans
14 WR Riley McCarron                   5-9 188 4.37 40.5 4.16 124 Iowa 2,616 FA Texans
15 SS Malik Smith              6-0 195 4.54 34 4.28 117 26 San Diego St 2,615 FA Texans
16 DT Matt Godin                   6-5 295 5.08 27 4.81 108 26 Michigan 2,610 FA Texans
17 TE Zach Conque                     6-5 232 4.55 36.5 4.28 123 12 SFA 2,609 FA Texans
18 OG Jake Simonich           6-5 296 5.14 26 4.76 96 23 Utah State 2,606 FA Texans
19 DE Joe Mathis                 6-2 266 4.8 32 4.52 117 32 Washington 2,587 FA Texans
20 FS Treston Decoud 6-2 206 4.57 31 4.37 115 11 Oregon St 2,537 #5 #169 Texans
21 WR/RET Deante Gray           5-8 184 4.38 32.5 4.18 115 12 TCU 2,533 FA Texans
22 DE LaTroy Lewis             6-3 254 4.81 32 4.38 117 21 Tennessee 2,523 FA Texans
23 SS Tevon Mutcherson        5-10 197 4.54 34.5 4.37 108 20 UCF 2,514 FA Texans

24 RB Dare Ogunbowale   5-11 213 4.59 35 4.21 120 14 Wisconsin 2,506 FA Texans
25 OC Joseph Scelfo                    6-0 293 5.23 264.9 95 22 NC State 2,485 FA Texans
26 TE Evan Baylis                        6-5 244 4.82 29 4.39 114 17 Oregon 2,473 FA Texans
27 OT Dimitric Camiel         6-7 309 5.56 30.5 5.16 104 23 Indiana 2,438 FA Texans
28 NT Rickey Hatley                 6-3 308 5.2 29 4.86 105 20 Missouri 2,421 FA Texans
29 OLB Avery Williams            5-9 222 4.65 29 4.33 110 24 Temple 2,420 FA Texans 
30 MLB Dayon Pratt           6-3 226 4.81 28 4.5 115 16 East Carolina 2,417 FA Texans

Dallas Cowboys – 119

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1 CB Nolan Carroll           5-11 204 4.37 37.5 4.21 123 17 Maryland 2,823 FA Cowboys

2 DE Taco Charlton        6-6 277 4.8 33 4.39 115 25 Michigan 2,739 #1 #28 Cowboys
3 CB Chidobe Awuzie   6-0 202 4.38 39.5 4.14 132 Colorado 2,724 #2 #60 Cowboys
4 CB Jourdan Lewis 5-10 188 4.49 34.5 4.29 121 15 Michigan 2,701 #3 #92 Cowboys
5 OG Nate Theaker             6-5 315 5.35 27 4.89 105 30 Wayne St 2,700 FA Cowboys
6 OLB Kennan Gilchrist     6-1 230 4.57 35 4.47 117 26 App State 2,675 FA Cowboys
7 NT Jordan Carroll     6-2 290 4.94 31.5 4.5 107 Colorado 2,665 #7 #245 Cowboys
8 OLB Joseph Jones    6-0 231 4.47 35 4.22 123 18 Northwestern 2,657 FA Cowboys
9 WR Noah Brown  6-2 222 4.52 36 4.33 126 19 Ohio State 2,654 #7 #239 Cowboys
10 SS Xavier Woods    5-11 197 4.5 33.5 4.13 122 19 La Tech 2,654 #6 #191 Cowboys
11 NT Woody Baron 6-1 275 4.88 28.5 4.58 102 24 Virginia Tech 2,650 FA Cowboys
12 WR Ryan Switzer               5-8 181 4.38 32 4.0 115 11 UNC 2,647 #4 #133 Cowboys
13 DE Chris Odom        6-4 262 4.79 31.5 4.63 114 20 Arkansas St 2,634 FA Cowboys
14 OLB Lucas Wacha           6-1 225 4.54 37 4.33 122 21 Wyoming 2,630 FA Cowboys
15 TE Blake Jarwin     6-5 246 4.69 34.5 4.39 121 21 Oklahoma St 2,610 FA Cowboys
16 RB Jahad Thomas             5-10 190 4.49 32 4.29 120 11 Temple 2,610 FA Cowboys
17 OT Dan Skipper               6-10 309 5.32 26 4.92 97 19 Arkansas 2,604 FA Cowboys
18 DT Joey Ivie             6-3 298 5.11 29.5 4.72 105 23 Florida 2,601 #7 #228 Cowboys
19 DE Lewis Neal                            6-0 261 4.72 31 4.44 117 23 LSU 2,601 FA Cowboys
20 QB Austin Appleby                     6-4 230 4.81 30 4.4 113 Florida 2,585 FA Cowboys
21 CB Marquez White              6-0 194 4.54 36 4.34 123 FSU 2,573 #6 #216 Cowboys
22 QB Cooper Rush     6-3 228 4.88 30 4.46 107 Central Michigan 2,541 FA Cowboys
23 WR Brian Brown         6-1 204 4.56 31.5 4.34 119 14 Richmond 2,503 FA Cowboys

1 OC
Michael Coe    6-1 309 5.35 32 4.89 112 31 N Dakota
2,658 FA Waived Cowboys
2 OT Levon Myers    6-5 309 5.35 26.5 4.83 102 N Illinois 2,578 FA Waived Cowboys

New Orleans Saints – 102

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1 RB Adrian Peterson         6-1 217 4.41 38.5 4.33 122 19 Oklahoma 2,869 FA Saints

2 CB Marshon Lattimore     6-0 193 4.33 38.5 4.13 132 Ohio St 2,736 #1 #11 Saints
3 OT Ryan Ramczyk    6-6 310 5.22 26 5.02 103 25 Wisconsin  2,735 #1 #32 Saints
4 FS Marcus Williams           6-1 202 4.51 43.5 4.2 128 14 Utah 2,724 #2 #42 Saints
5 DE Trey Hendrickson        6-4 266 4.62 33.5 4.42 122 FAU 2,707 #3 #103 Saints
6 RB Alvin Kamara   5-10 214 4.46 39.5 4.26 131 15 Tennessee  2,703 #3 #67 Saints
7 OC Cameron Tom        6-3 291 4.86 32 4.59 116 23 Southern Miss 2,700 FA Saints
8 OG Clint Van Horn              6-5 308 5.39 30.5 4.73 99 26 Marshall 2,700 FA Saints
9 OT Andy Lauderdale    6-6 300 4.87 28 4.74 103 New Hampshire 2,675 FA Saints
10 OLB Sae Tautu        6-2 238 4.57 38.5 4.38 126 19 Brigham Young 2,641 FA Saints
11 MLB Alex Anzalone     6-3 241 4.58 30.5 4.38 115 16 Florida 2,637 #3 #76 Saints
12 CB Arthur Maulet          5-10 189 4.57 36.5 4.34 123 18 Memphis 2,623 FA Saints
13 OG Cameron Lee         6-5 312 5.37 25.5 4.75 100 18 Illinois State 2,584 FA Saints
14 LS Chase Dominguez                  6-5 242 5.09 25.5 4.69 106 Utah 2,580 FA Saints
15 FB John Robinson-Woodgett 6-1 248 4.74 34 4.35 105 23 Mass 2,561 FA Saints
16 WR Travin Dural                        6-1 202 4.52 30.5 4.32 115 15 LSU 2,559 FA Saints
17 WR Ahmad Fulwood                6-4 202 4.48 34.5 4.38 124 Florida 2,544 FA Saints
18 DE Al-Quad Muhammad 6-3 253 4.83 30.5 4.38 112 Miami 2,516 #6 #196 Saints
19 NT Devaroe Lawrence                6-2 294 5.07 30 4.87 106 Auburn 2,510 FA Saints

1 OG Collin Buchanan 6-5 316 5.33 25 5.03 97 Miami (Oh) 2,627 FA Waived Saints

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2017 NFL Draft Super Seven Favorite Super Stars! By Max Emfinger Super Scout

2017 NFL Draft Super Seven Favorite Super Stars! By Max Emfinger Super Scout

SCOUTING NOTE: There are a lot of NFL Scouts that Rated and Ranked all of these College Football Players for the 2017 NFL Draft. Some of these Scouts had some Players Rated Higher than others, but most of them Still had most of the Top Football Players in the Top 32 Players in the First Round of the Draft.

Out of the First 32 First Round Selections, The Super Scout Selected 26 of 32 Players that were Drafted in the First Round. The Super Scout also Studied all of these Players for about Six Weeks and even more if you count the time when they came out of High School. After Evaluating all of the Top Players in the 2017 NFL Draft, I have Come-Up with my Favorite Super Seven, including DE Myles Garrett, DT Jonathan Allen, QB DeShaun Watson, RB Leonard Fournette, TE O.J. Howard, SS Jabrill Peppers, and TE David Njoku and I have included them, with Player Profiles, with my 2017 NFL Draft Fabulous Forty.

2,700 OR BETTER – FORTY SUPER GOLD RATINGS

COLLEGE PLAYER   HT WT 40 VJ SH SBJ BP College MEARS # Selection
1 DE Myles Garrett      6-4 272 4.64 41 4.44 127 33 Texas A&M 2,889 #1 #1 Browns
2 DE Solomon Thomas   6-3 273 4.65 35 4.49 125 30 Stanford 2,793 #1 #3 49ers
3 DT Jonathan Allen       6-3 286 4.95 30 4.75 108 21 Alabama 2,792 #1 #17 Redskins
4 QB DeShaun Watson       6-2 221 4.61 32.5 4.31 117 Clemson 2,787 #1 #12 Texans
5 RB Leonard Fournette          6-1 240 4.47 28.5 4.28 120 LSU 2,770 #1 #4 Jaguars
6 QB Mitch Trubisky 6-2 222 4.64 27.5 4.25 115 North Carolina 2,769 #1 #2 Bears
7 TE O.J. Howard              6-6 251 4.48 30 4.16 121 22 Alabama 2,767 #1 #19 Bucs
8 SS Jamal Adams                  6-0 214 4.37 31.5 4.13 120 18 LSU  2,765 #1 #6 Jets
9 ATH Jabrill Peppers 5-11 213 4.43 35.5 4.23 127 19 Michigan 2,761 #1 #25 Browns
10 OLB Haason Reddick   6-1 237 4.47 36.5 4.26 133 24 Temple 2,759 #1 #13 Cards
11 SS Obi Melifonwu         6-4 224 4.4 44 4.09 140 17 U-Conn    2,758 #2 #56 Raiders
12 TE Evan Engram           6-3 234 4.39 36 4.23 124 19 Ole Miss  2,757 #1 #23 Giants
13 MLB Reuben Foster    6-0 236 4.62 36 4.42 120 25 Alabama  2,750 #1 #31 49ers
14 TE David Njoku                6-4 246 4.59 40 4.34 133 21 Miami   2,747 #1 #9 Browns
15 CB Marshon Lattimore   6-0 193 4.33 38.5 4.13 132 Ohio St 2,736 #1 #11 Saints
15 DT Chris Wormley   6-5 298 4.83 31.5 4.59 110 23 Michigan 2,736  #3 #74 Ravens
17 OG Forest Lamp 6-4 309 4.96 27.5 4.62 111 34 Western KY 2,733 #2 #38 Chargers
18 FS Malik Hooker           6-1 206 4.41 36 4.21 120 Ohio State   2,732 #1 #15 Colts
19 WR Mike Williams        6-4 218 4.5 32.5 4.3 121 15 Clemson   2,731 #1 #7 Chargers
20 CB Gareon Conley    6-0 195 4.39 37 4.18 128 11 Ohio State  2,730 #1 #24 Raiders
20 CB Kevin King     6-3 200 4.39 39.5 3.89 120 11 Washington 2,730 #2 #33 Packers
22 DE Taco Charlton      6-6 277 4.83 33 4.63 115 25 Michigan 2,728 #1 #28 Cowboys
23 OT Garett Bolles                       6-5 297 4.95 28 4.55 115 Utah 2,725 #1 #20 Broncos
24 WR John Ross                5-11 188 4.22 37 4.02 133 Washington 2,721 #1 #9 Bengals
25 LB Samson Ebukam     6-2 240 4.45 39 4.31 130 24 W Wash 2,720 #4 #125 Rams
25 LB Takkarist McKinley   6-2 250 4.53 33 4.33 122 24 UCLA 2,720 #1 #26 Falcons
27 SLOT Christian McCaffrey 5-11 202 4.43 37.5 4.22 121 Stan 2,719 #1 #8 Panthers
28 DE Derek Barnett         6-3 259 4.82 31 4.49 116 20 Tennessee 2,718 #1 #14 Eagles
29 CB Marlon Humphrey   6-0 197 4.36 36 4.16 124 1o Alabama  2,717 #1 #16 Ravens
30 WR Corey Davis   6-3 209 4.42 36 4.2 126 Western Michigan  2,715 #1 #5 Titans
30 QB Patrick Mahomes    6-2 225 4.76 30 4.08 113 Texas Tech   2,715 #1 #10 Chiefs
32 MLB Jarrad Davis         6-1 238 4.58 38.5 4.29 129 23 Florida   2,711 #1 #21 Lions
33 RB Dalvin Cook               5-10 210 4.45 30.5 4.53 116 22 FSU 2,710 #2 #41 Vikings
34 DT Montravius Adams 6-4 304 4.83 29 4.63 108 Auburn 2,708 #3 #93 Packers
34 CB Shaquil Griffin     6-0 194 4.34 38.5 4.14 132 17 UCF 2,708 #3 #90 Seahawks
36 CB Fabian Moreau            6-0 206 4.32 38 4.12 135 UCLA 2,707 #3 #81 Redskins
37 DE Charles Harris       6-3 253 4.77 37.5 4.4 118 Missouri  2,706 #1 #22 Dolphins
38 OT Ryan Ramczyk    6-6 310 5.22 26 5.02 103 25 Wisconsin  2,705 #1 #32 Saints
39 CB Chidobe Awuzie 6-0 202 4.38 39.5 4.14 132 Colorado 2,704 #2 #60 Cowboys
40 DE Jordan Willis    6-4 255 4.49 39 4.29 124 24 Kansas St  2,700 #3 #73 Bengals

Draft PLAYER           HT WT 40 VJ SH SBJ BP College MEARS RATING
#1 DE Myles Garrett  6-4 272 4.64 41 4.44 127 33 Texas A&M 2,889 BROWNS

Image result for myles garrett photosIn any NFL draft, there are always NFL Teams that say they want to take the Best Player Available, Irregardless of Position. By that Rationale, Super Defensive End Freak Myles Garrett (#15) of Texas A&M is that #1 Overall Selection in the 2017 NFL Draft, because he is a “Super Combine Freak” and he is the best Football Player Available in the DraftGarrett has Blinding Speed off the Edge and is a Natural Pass-Rusher with rare Explosiveness. At the 2017 Scouting Combine, he Recorded a 41-Inch Vertical Jump and for a Player Weighing 272-Pounds, that Feat was Simply Mind-Boggling. He also has Incredible Strength as he Recorded 33-Reps of 225-Pounds on the Bench Press.

Garrett also has an Unbelievable Motor that will Overwhelm any Offensive Player Trying to Block Him. For the next level, Garrett fits any Defense. For the NFL, Garrett has Great Potential to be an Impact-Maker in the mold of a Von MillerGarrett is a Consensus #1 Draft Selection in the 2017 NFL Draft, with an Off the Charts 2,889 MEARS RATING, and he was Selected as the #1 Pick and #1 Overall Selection by the Cleveland Browns!

#17 DT Jonathan Allen 6-3 286 4.95 30 4.75 108 21 Alabama 2,792 REDSKINS

Image result for Jonathan allen PhotosJonathan Allen (93) was Without a Doubt, the #1 Defensive Tackle in the 2017 NFL Draft and he should have “Come-Off” the Draft Board much earlier than he did, but he was Taken in the 17th Overall Selection by the Washington Redskins. To Prove My Point, Allen Won the 2016 Chuck Bednarik Award and also the Bronco Nagurski Award as the Top Defender in the Country. In 2016, Allen was the Top Defender on the Top Defense in the Country as he Recorded 69 Tackles, including 16 Tackles For a Loss, and also Led Alabama with 10.5 Quarterback Sacks.

Allen repeated as All-SEC following an Outstanding Junior Season where he finished Second in the SEC with 12 Quarterback Sacks, including 14.5 Tackles For a LossAllen was a Very Special Player Coming out of High School in 2012, as he was Selected as The Gatorade High School Football Player of the Year in Virginia. Allen Contributed early in his Freshman Year for Alabama, playing regularly as a Freshman Reserve and then he became a Starter as a Sophomore and Recorded another 11.5 Tackles For a Loss and 5.5 Sacks.

#12 QB DeShaun Watson         6-2 221 4.61 32,5 4.31 117 Clemson  2,787 TEXANS

Image result for deshaun watson photosOne of my Favorite Quarterbacks for the Last Two Years was Clemson Super-Star Quarterback Deshaun Watson. I did not Select College Players of the Week in the 2016 Clemson National Championship Season, but back in their 2015 National Championship Finalist Season, Watson was Selected as one of my College Football Players of the Week after Seven WeeksWatson had a Chance to “Come-Out” Early after that 2015 Football Season, but he decided to Come-Back for his Senior Season and in that Memorable and History-Making 2016 Season, he led the Clemson Tigers to the National Championship over Alabama.

After these Two Incredible Seasons, every NFL Scout knew he that was going to be the Best Quarterback in the Scouting Combine, but everyone was still very interested in seeing just how Outstanding he really was and how great that he really might could become in the NFL.  All of the Quarterbacks had a chance to solidify themselves in the Draft at the Combine, but it was Watson who walked away from this 2017 NFL Scouting Combine with the Most Impressive Passing Performance. All 32 NFL Teams were at the Clemson Pro-Day and all of them were there to watch Watson and his Favorite Receiver, Mike Williams, in the Passing Drills and he did not Disappoint them as he threw 62 Passes and Completed 54 of those 62 Passes. A Super-Star Quarterback like Watson comes along only a few times in a Decade. Watson was Drafted by the Houston Texans as the 12th Overall Selection in the First Round of the 2017 Draft. 

#19 TE O.J. Howard             6-6 251 4.48 30 4.16 121 22 Alabama 2,767 JAGUARS

Image result for O.J. Howard PhotosI had O.J. Howard Rated as the #1 Tight End in High School and Now-Again I have him Rated as the #1 Tight End Coming-out of College. Howard (#88) of Alabama is probably the Most-Complete NFL Tight End Prospect to enter the NFL Draft in the past Decade. This is an Amazing Statement with others, including Rob Gronkowski, Jimmy Graham, Travis Kelce and Jordan Reed all making an Impressive Statement at the Tight End Position. Howard is an Outstanding Pass Catcher with a Rare Combination of Size, an Incredible 4.48 Forty and another Incredible 4.16 Pro-Shuttle, and with Unbelievable Athleticism.

The thing that sets O.J.Howard apart from all of the other Tight Ends is that he is a Very Well-Rounded Tight End. While many other Tight Ends are essentially Big Wide Receivers, Howard played as a Traditional Tight End at Alabama. Howard also played in Two NFL-Type National Championship Games that will lead his NFL Team to build their Passing Game-Plans around his Incredible Talents. Howard should have gone much earlier, but he was Drafted in the First Round and Overall 19th Selection by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

#4 RB Leonard Fournette                   6-1 240 4.47 28.5 4.28 120 LSU 2,770 JAGUARS

Image result for leonard fournette photosAt the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine,  Fournette Weighed-In at 240-Pounds and then he ran a 4.51 and a 4.52 Forty. After those Two Forties, all of the NFL Scouts and Analysis Scouts went Crazy in Trying to Decide who was the Best and Most-Wanted Running Back. Most of the NFL Scouts, including me, felt that Fournette would be the First Running Back to Come-Off of the NFL 2017 Draft Board in the  NFL Draft. I thought that Fournette just might be one of the Top 3 or 4 Draft Selections Overall, but that Team must be a Run-Dominated Offense and the Jacksonville Jaguars did Select him as the Overall 4th Selection in the First Round of the Draft.

Fournette (#7) also Showed-Up at the LSU Pro Day, about 12-Pounds Lighter than his 240-Pounds at the NFL Scouting Combine, and he was Totally Awesome in the Running Back Drills, and he was also Impressive in Pass-Catching Drills.  Fournette was my #1 Rated Running Back, coming-out of High School, and also my #1 Running Back coming-out of College. A Running Back like Fournette comes along, maybe once in a DecadeI have been watching Fournette for Three Years at LSU and he is just an Unbelievable Super Freak at Running Back. There have been SEC Games that he was Never Really Stopped and when he was “ON”, LSU Never LostFournette will be an Instant Starter for the Lucky NFL Team that Gets him and the Winner was the Jacksonville Jaguars

#25 SS Jabrill Peppers      5-11 213 4.43 35.5 4.23 127 19 Michigan  2,761 BROWNS

Image result for jabrill peppers photosJabrill Peppers (#5) is a Super Freak on Defense at Any Position that he is asked to play. After being Selected as the Defensive Player of the Year in 2013 by USA Today, Peppers arrived on the Michigan Campus with Some Unbelievable Hype,  as being one  of the Most Sought-After Recruits in the 2014 Recruiting Class. In 2014, Peppers Played Cornerback and then in 2015, he Played Safety. Then in 2016, he was moved to Outside Linebacker. So if Peppers is that Great Defensive Player who has played Three Different Positions in Three Different Years, then he must be a Great Defensive Player, so what is the Deal with this Defensive Super-Star? If Peppers is a Super-Star Player who can Excel at Three Different Positions on the Football Field, then we are looking at a Player, who is a Super Athlete, that we have never seen, except maybe once in a Decade.

Most of the NFL Teams Really like Peppers because of his Versatility and Great Athleticism and so at the 2017 Scouting Combine, Peppers Worked-Out with the Linebackers on Sunday and then the Defensive Backs on Monday. His 4.46 Forty was the Best Time for a Linebacker since The 2000 Scouting Combine, but he was Drafted as a Strong Safety by the Cleveland Browns as the 25th Overall Selection of the First Round in the 2017 NFL Draft.

#14 TE David Njoku                   6-4 246 4.59 40 4.34 133 21 Miami   2,747 BROWNS

Image result for David Njoku PhotosSuper Tight End David Njoku (#86) was a National High School High Jump Champion with a Seven-Foot Best Jump, so all of the NFL Scouts were aware that he is an Athletic Freak and how he can Catch a lot of Footballs that other Tight Ends would not be able to make. He only had Eight Dropped Footballs over the last two seasons for a Drop-Rate of only 11 Per-cent. Njoku has Unbelievable Freaky Athleticism for the Tight End Position.

Njoku is an Exceptional Playmaker and he also has a Tremendous Yards-Per-Catch Average. At the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine, Njoku Turned Heads of a lot of NFL Scouts when he Recorded some Incredible Speed Measurables, including a Fabulous  40-Inch Vertical Jump, an Incredible 133-Inch Standing Broad Jump, and an Impressive 4.34 Pro-Shuttle. He also Ran a 4.59 Forty, while Weighing-In at 246-Pounds.

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2017 NFL Draft – 26 of 32 First Round Selections! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

2017 NFL Draft
26 of 32 FIRST ROUND SELECTIONS!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

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SUPER ELITE TOP THIRTY-TWO PLAYERS FOR 2017 NFL DRAFT!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

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 or at Pro Day, that Measurable will be in RED.

SCOUTING NOTE II: This 2017 NFL Draft Class might be the Best Draft Class Ever and the #1 Player, Myles Garrett, will also hold the All-Time MEARS RECORD with a Mind-Boggling 2,889 MEARS RECORD. Also, this Draft Class includes the Best Tight End  Draft Class Ever, including O.J. Howard, Evan EngramDavid Njoku, George Kittle, Jonnu Smith, Gerald Everett, and Adam Shaheen.

SCOUTING NOTE III: This 2017 NFL Draft Class also is Loaded with Great Defensive Ends, including Myles Garrett, Soloman Thomas, Derek Barnett, Jordan Willis, Charles HarrisCarl Lawson, and Taco Charlton.

SCOUTING NOTE IV: Out of the First 32 First Round Selections, The Super Scout Selected 26 of 32 Players that were Drafted in the First Round.

2,700 OR BETTER – SUPER ELITE GOLD RATINGS

COLLEGE PLAYER   HT WT 40 VJ SH SBJ BP College MEARS # Selection
1 DE Myles Garrett      6-4 272 4.64 41 4.44 127 33 Texas A&M 2,889 #1 #1 Browns
2 DE Solomon Thomas   6-3 273 4.65 35 4.49 125 30 Stanford 2,781 #1 #3 49ers
3 DT Jonathan Allen       6-3 286 4.95 30 4.75 108 21 Alabama 2,762 #1 #17 Redskins
4 TE O.J. Howard              6-6 251 4.48 30 4.16 121 22 Alabama 2,767 #1 #19 Bucs
5 SS Jamal Adams                  6-0 214 4.37 31.5 4.13 120 18 LSU  2,765 #1 #6 Jets
6 RB Leonard Fournette          6-1 240 4.47 28.5 4.28 120 LSU 2,760 #1 #4 Jaguars
7 OLB Haason Reddick   6-1 237 4.47 36.5 4.26 133 24 Temple 2,759 #1 #13 Cards
8 SS Obi Melifonwu         6-4 224 4.4 44 4.09 140 17 U-Conn    2,758 #2 #56 Raiders
9 TE Evan Engram           6-3 234 4.39 36 4.23 124 19 Ole Miss  2,757 #1 #23 Giants
10 MLB Reuben Foster  6-0 236 4.62 36 4.42 120 25 Alabama  2,750 #1 #31 49ers
11 TE David Njoku                6-4 246 4.59 40 4.34 133 21 Miami   2,747 #1 #9 Browns
12 CB Marshon Lattimore   6-0 193 4.33 38.5 4.13 132 Ohio St 2,736 #1 #11 Saints
13 FS Malik Hooker           6-1 206 4.41 36 4.21 120 Ohio State   2,732 #1 #15 Colts
14 WR Mike Williams        6-4 218 4.5 32.5 4.3 121 15 Clemson   2,731 #1 #7 Chargers
15 CB Gareon Conley      6-0 195 4.39 37 4.18 128 11 Ohio State  2,730 #1 #24 Raiders
15 CB Kevin King       6-3 200 4.39 39.5 3.89 120 11 Washington 2,730 #2 #33 Packers
17 QB Mitch Trubisky 6-2 222 4.64 27.5 4.25 115 North Carolina 2,729 #1 #2 Bears
18 QB DeShaun Watson       6-2 221 4.61 32,5 4.31 117 Clemson  2,727 #1 #12 Texans
19 OT Garett Bolles                          6-5 297 4.95 28 4.55 115 Utah  2,725 #1 #20 Broncs
20 SS Jabrill Peppers    5-11 213 4.43 35.5 4.23 127 19 Michigan  2,721 #1 #25 Browns
20 WR John Ross                5-11 188 4.22 37 4.02 133  Washington 2,721 #1 #9 Bengals
22 LB Takkarist McKinley   6-2 250 4.53 33 4.33 122 24 UCLA 2,720 #1 #26 Falcons
23 SLOT Christian McCaffrey 5-11 202 4.43 37.5 4.22 121 Stan 2,719 #1 #8 Panthers
24 DE Derek Barnett         6-3 259 4.82 31 4.49 116 20 Tennessee 2,718 #1 #14 Eagles
25 CB Marlon Humphrey   6-0 197 4.36 36 4.16 124 1o Alabama  2,717 #1 #16 Ravens
26 WR Corey Davis   6-3 209 4.42 36 4.2 126 Western Michigan  2,715 #1 #5 Titans
26 QB Patrick Mahomes    6-2 225 4.76 30 4.08 113 Texas Tech   2,715 #1 #10 Chiefs
28 MLB Jarrad Davis         6-1 238 4.58 38.5 4.29 129 23 Florida   2,711 #1 #21 Lions
29 RB Dalvin Cook      5-10 210 4.45 30.5 4.53 116 22 Florida State   2,710 MEARS
30 WR Malachi Dupre                  6-2 196 4.41 39.5 4.16 135 11 LSU   2,707 MEARS
31 CB Chidobe  Awuzie 6-0 202 4.38 39.5 4.14 132 Colorado 2,704 #2 #60 Cowboys
32 DE Jordan Willis    6-4 255 4.49 39 4.29 124 24 Kansas St  2,700 #3 #73 Bengals

2,600 OR BETTER – SUPER BLUE RATINGS

1 WR Curtis Samuel         5-11 196 4.28 37 4.18 117 18 Ohio State 2,697 MEARS
2 DE Carl Lawson                    6-2 261 4.61 33 4.41 113 35 Auburn 2,687 MEARS
3 OG Dan Feeney              6-4 305 5.18 28 4.68 101 26 Indiana 2,685 #3 #71 Chargers
3 LB Raekwon McMillan 6-2 240 4.6 33 4.38 121 23 Ohio St 2,685 #2 #54 Dolphins
5 QB DeShone Kizer       6-4 233 4.78 30.5 4.53 105 Notre Dame 2,677 MEARS
6 OT Cam Robinson                   6-6 322 5.1 26 4.82 106 Alabama 2,674 MEARS
7 WR Chris Godwin         6-1 209 4.38 36 4.0 125 19 Penn State 2,673 #3 #84 Bucs
7 QB Davis Webb                    6-5 229 4.75 33 4.21 116 California 2,673 #3 #87 Giants
9 FS Budda Baker      5-10 195 4.41 32.5 4.08 114 15 Washington 2,670 MEARS
10 CB Tredavious White         5-11 192 4.43 32 4.32 117 16 LSU 2,669 #1 #27 Bills
11 TE George Kittle                 6-4 247 4.49 38.5 4.39 132 18 Iowa 2,664 MEARS
12 DE Taco Charlton      6-6 277 4.83 33 4.63 115 25 Michigan 2,659 #1 #28 Cowboys
12 OLB T.J. Watt             6-4 252 4.65 37 4.45 127 21 Wisconsin 2,659 #1 #30 Steelers
14 WR Zay Jones      6-2 201 4.41 36.5 4.01 133 15 East Carolina  2,657 MEARS
15 DE Charles Harris          6-3 253 4.77 37.5 44 118 Missouri  2,656 #1 #22 Dolphins
15 TE Jonnu Smith                 6-3 248 4.59 38 4.18 126 22 FIU  2,656 #3 #100 Titans
17 DT Malik McDowell 6-6 295 4.81 28.5 4.61 111 23 Michigan St 2,655 MEARS
18 OC Cameron Tom 6-3 291 4.86 32 4.59 116 23 Southern Miss 2,652 MEARS
19 SS Josh Jones           6-1 220 4.36 37.5 4.16 132 20 NC State  2,650 #2 #61 Packers
20 RB Joe Mixon          6-1 228 4.43 35 4.27 118 21 Oklahoma  2,646 #2 #48 Bengals
21 OLB Tyus Bowser       6-3 247 4.61 37.5 4.34 126 21 Houston  2,644 MEARS
22 CB Adoree Jackson  5-10 186 4.37 36 4.17 122 Southern Cal  2,642 #1 #18 Titans
23 OLB Zach Cunningham   6-3 234 4.63 35 4.43 120 15 Vandy 2,638 MEARS
24 OC Ethan Pocic                   6-6 310 5.1 27 4.81 107 26 LSU  2,635 #2 #58 Seahawks
24 OT Ryan Ramczyk    6-6 310 5.22 26 5.02 103 25 Wisconsin  2,635 #1 #32 Saints
26 CB Cordrea Tankersley 6-1 199 4.4 30.5 4.2 121 Clemson  2,633 #3 #97 Dolphins
26 DE Tim Williams            6-3 244 4.64 33.5 4.44 123 Alabama 2,633 #3 #78 Ravens
28 OG Dion Dawkins            6-4 314 5.07 28 4.78 106 26 Temple 2,628 #2 #63 Bills
29 DT Larry Oghnjobi    6-3 305 4.93 32 4.73 115 26 Charlotte  2,625 #3 #65 Browns
30 TE Gerald Everett   6-3 239 4.59 37.5 4.33 125 22 S Alabama 2,623 MEARS
31 RB Alvin Kamara    5-10 214 4.51 39.5 4.35 131 15 Tennessee  2,623 #3 #67 Saints
32 TE Adam Shaheen      6-6 278 4.74 32.5 4.38 121 24 Ashland  2,621 MEARS

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2017 SUPER ELITE 32 PLAYERS FOR 2017 NFL DRAFT! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

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SUPER ELITE THIRTY-TWO PLAYERS
FOR 2017 NFL DRAFT!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger

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 or at Pro Day, that Measurable will be in RED.

SPECIAL NOTE II: This 2017 NFL Draft Class looks like to me to be the Best Draft Class Ever and the #1 Rated Player, Myles Garrett, will now also hold the All-Time MEARS RECORD with a Mind-Boggling 2,889 MEARS RECORD. Also, this Draft Class includes the Best Tight End  Draft Class Ever, including O.J. Howard, Evan EngramDavid Njoku, George Kittle, Jonnu Smith, and Gerald Everett.

SPECIAL NOTE III: This 2017 NFL Draft Class also is Loaded with Great Defensive Ends, including Myles Garrett, Soloman Thomas, Derek Barnett, Jordan Willis, Carl Lawson,  Taco Charlton, and Tarell Basham.

2,700 OR BETTER – SUPER ELITE GOLD RATINGS

COLLEGE PLAYER           HT WT 40 VJ SH SBJ BP College MEARS RATING
1 DE Myles Garrett               6-4 272 4.64 41 4.44 127 33 Texas A&M 2,889 MEARS
2 DE Solomon Thomas             6-3 273 4.65 35 4.49 125 30 Stanford 2,781 MEARS
3 DT Jonathan Allen               6-3 286 4.95 30 4.75 108 21 Alabama   2,762 MEARS
4 TE O.J. Howard                      6-6 251 4.48 30 4.16 121 22 Alabama   2,767 MEARS
5 SS Jamal Adams                           6-0 214 4.37 31.5 4.13 120 18 LSU  2,765 MEARS
6 RB Leonard Fournette                   6-1 240 4.47 28.5 4.28 120 LSU 2,760 MEARS
7 OLB Haason Reddick           6-1237 4.47 36.5 4.26 133 24 Temple   2,759 MEARS
8 SS Obi Melifonwu                  6-4 224 4.4 44 4.09 140 17 U-Conn    2,758 MEARS
9 TE Evan Engram                    6-3 234 4.39 36 4.23 124 19 Ole Miss   2,757 MEARS
10 MLB Reuben Foster           6-0 236 4.62 36 4.42 120 25 Alabama  2,750 MEARS
11 TE David Njoku                        6-4 246 4.59 40 4.34 133 21 Miami   2,747 MEARS
12 CB Marshon Lattimore    6-0 193 4.33 38.5 4.13 132 Ohio State   2,736 MEARS
13 FS Malik Hooker                   6-1 206 4.41 36 4.21 120 Ohio State   2,732 MEARS
14 WR Mike Williams                 6-4 218 4.5 32.5 4.3 121 15 Clemson   2,731 MEARS
15 CB Gareon Conley            6-0 195 4.39 37 4.18 128 11 Ohio State    2,730 MEARS
15 CB Kevin King               6-3 200 4.39 39.5 3.89 120 11 Washington 2,730 MEARS
17 QB Mitch Trubisky     6-2 222 4.64 27.5 4.25 115 North Carolina  2,729 MEARS
18 QB DeShaun Watson            6-2 221 4.61 32,5 4.31 117 Clemson   2,727 MEARS
19 OT Garett Bolles                               6-5 297 4.95 28 4.55 115 Utah   2,725 MEARS
20 SS Jabrill Peppers         5-11 213 4.43 35.5 4.23 127 19 Michigan    2,721 MEARS      20 WR John Ross                     5-11 188 4.22 37 4.02 133  Washington  2,721 MEARS
22 OLB Takkarist McKinley       6-2 250 4.53 33 4.33 122 24 UCLA  2,720 MEARS
23 RB Christian McCaffrey 5-11 202 4.43 37.5 4.22 121 10 Stanford  2,719 MEARS
24 DE Derek Barnett           6-3 259 4.82 31 4.49 116 20 Tennessee    2,718 MEARS
25 CB Marshon Lattimore    6-0 193 4.33 38.5 4.13 132 Ohio State   2,716 MEARS
26 WR Corey Davis        6-3 209 4.42 36 4.2 126 Western Michigan  2,715 MEARS
26 QB Patrick Mahomes         6-2 225 4.76 30 4.08 113 Texas Tech   2,715 MEARS
28 MLB Jarrad Davis              6-1 238 4.59 38.5 4.29 129 23 Florida   2,711 MEARS
29 RB Dalvin Cook      5-10 210 4.45 30.5 4.53 116 22 Florida State   2,710 MEARS
30 WR Malachi Dupre                  6-2 196 4.41 39.5 4.16 135 11 LSU   2,707 MEARS
31 CB Chidobe  Awuzie      6-0 202 4.38 39.5 4.14 132 16 Colorado   2,704 MEARS
32 DE Jordan Willis         6-4 255 4.49 39 4.29 124 24 Kansas State  2,700 MEARS

 SUPER ELITE GOLD-CHIP PROFILES

COLLEGE PLAYER           HT WT 40 VJ SH SBJ BP College MEARS RATING
1 DE Myles Garrett               6-4 272 4.64 41 4.44 127 33 Texas A&M 2,889 MEARS

Image result for myles garrett photosIn any NFL draft, there are always NFL Teams that say they want to take the Best Player Available, Irregardless of Position. By that Rationale, Super Defensive End Freak Myles Garrett (#15) of Texas A&M is that #1 Overall Selection in the 2017 NFL Draft, because he is a “Super Combine Freak” and he is the best Football Player Available in the DraftGarrett has Blinding Speed off the Edge and is a Natural Pass-Rusher with rare Explosiveness. At the 2017 Scouting Combine, he Recorded a 41-Inch Vertical Jump and for a Player Weighing 272-Pounds, that Feat was Simply Mind-Boggling. He also has Incredible Strength as he Recorded 33-Reps of 225-Pounds on the Bench Press.

He also has an Unbelievable Motor that will Overwhelm any Offensive Player Trying to Block Him. For the next level, Garrett fits any Defense. For the NFL, Garrett has Great Potential to be an Impact-Maker in the mold of a Von MillerGarrett is a Consensus #1 Draft Selection in the 2017 NFL Draft, with an Off the Charts 2,889 MEARS RATING, and he should be Selected as the #1 Pick and #1 Selection by the Cleveland Browns!

2 DE Solomon Thomas             6-3 273 4.65 35 4.49 125 30 Stanford 2,781 MEARS

Related imageSolomon Thomas (#90) is another Unbelievable Defensive End Freak in the Same Mold of another Myles Garrett and he also has Incredible Speed Measurables for a 2 273-Pounder. Thomas also has Tremendous Strength with 30 Reps on the Bench Press. Thomas is also a Consensus #2 Defensive End in the NFL Draft after Garrett and Thomas is so Versatile, he could be Used at any Position on the Defensive Line.

3 DT Jonathan Allen               6-3 286 4.95 30 4.75 108 21 Alabama   2,780 MEARS

Image result for Jonathan allen PhotosJonathan Allen is Without a Doubt, the #1 Defensive Tackle in the 2017 NFL Draft and he will “Come-Off” the Draft Board in the First Three or Four Draft Selections. To Prove My Point, Allen Won the 2016 Chuck Bednarik Award and also the Bronco Nagurski Award as the Top Defender in the Country. In 2016, Allen (#93) was the Top Defender on the Top Defense in the Country as he Recorded 69 Tackles, including 16 Tackle For a Loss, and also Led Alabama with 10.5 Quarterback Sacks. Allen repeated as All-SEC following an Outstanding Junior Season where he finished Second in the SEC with 12 Quarterback Sacks, including 14.5 Tackles For a LossAllen was a Very Special Player Coming out of High School in 2012, as he was Selected as The Gatorade High School Football Player of the Year in Virginia and he Contributed early in his Freshman Year for Alabama, playing regularly as a Freshman Reserve and then he became a Starter as a Sophomore and Recorded another 11.5 Tackles For a Loss and 5.5 Sacks.

4 TE O.J. Howard                      6-6 251 4.48 30 4.16 121 22 Alabama   2,767 MEARS

Image result for O.J, Howard PhotosI had O.J. Howard Rated as the #1 Tight End in High School and Now-Again I have him Rated as the #1 Tight End Coming-out of College. Howard (#88) of Alabama is probably the Most-Complete NFL Tight End Prospect to enter the NFL Draft in the past Decade. This is an Amazing Statement with others, including Rob Gronkowski, Jimmy Graham, Travis Kelce and Jordan Reed all making an Impressive Statement at the Tight End Position. Howard is an Outstanding Pass Catcher with a Rare Combination of Size, an Incredible 4.48 Forty and another Incredible 4.16 Pro-Shuttle, and with Unbelievable Athleticism.  The thing that sets O.J.Howard apart from all of the other Tight Ends is that he is a Very Well-Rounded Tight End. While many other Tight Ends are essentially Big Wide Receivers, Howard played as a Traditional Tight End at Alabama. Howard also played in Two NFL-Type National Championship Games that will lead his NFL Team to build their Passing Game-Plans around his Incredible Talents.

5 SS Jamal Adams                          6-0 214 4.33 31.5 4.13 120 18 LSU   2,765 MEARS

Image result for Jamal Adams LSU PhotosSuper-Star Safety Jamal Adams (#33) Showed-Up at the LSU Pro Day and said that he wanted to improve on his Forty-Yard Dash Time at the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine of 4.56 and he then Preceded to run an Incredible Un-Official 4.33 Forty Time. Adams was still given a Tremendous 4.4 Official Time. I averaged both 40 Times and I gave him a 4.37 Forty, making him the Fastest Safety in the 2017 NFL Draft and also the #1 Safety in the 2017 NFL Draft.

Jamal Adams was also Super Impressive in the Defensive Back Drills at both the NFL Scouting Combine and at LSU Pro Day. In his Three-Year LSU Career, Adams was a Freshman All-American in 2014 and an All-American in 2016. Adams is the Most Incredible Active Safety that I have ever seen with 209 Tackles and 17.5 TFL in 37 Games, while Starting Every Game is 2015 and 2016.

6 RB Leonard Fournette                   6-1 240 4.47 28.5 4.28 120 LSU 2,760 MEARS

Image result for leonard fournette photosAt the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine,  Fournette Weighed-In at 240-Pounds and then he ran a 4.51 and a 4.52 Forty. After those Two Forties, all of the NFL Scouts and Analysis Scouts went Crazy in Trying to Decide who was the Best and Most-Wanted Running Back. Most of the NFL Scouts, including me, felt that Fournette would be the First Running Back to Come-Off of the NFL 2017 Draft Board in the  NFL Draft. Fournette just might be one of the Top 3 or 4 Draft Selections Overall, but that Team must be a Run-Dominated Offense. Fournette (#7) also Showed-Up at the LSU Pro Day, about 12-Pounds Lighter than his 240-Pounds at the NFL Scouting Combine, and he was Totally Awesome in the Running Back Drills, and he was also Impressive in Pass-Catching Drills.  Fournette was my #1 Rated Running Back, coming-out of High School, and also my #1 Running Back coming-out of College. A Running Back like Fournette comes along, maybe once in a DecadeI have been watching Fournette for Three Years at LSU and he is just an Unbelievable Super Freak at Running Back. There have been SEC Games that he was Never Really Stopped and when he was “ON”, LSU Never LostFournette will be an Instant Starter for the Lucky NFL Team that Gets him. 

7 OLB Haason Reddick           6-1 237 4.47 36.5 4.26 133 24 Temple   2,759 MEARS

Image result for Haason reddick PhotosOne of the Most Impressive Players at the 2017 Scouting Combine, was an Athletic Linebacker Named Haason Reddick (#58) from Temple University and he Turned The Heads of Every Single NFL Scout that was there. First of all, he ran an Impressive 4.47 Forty and then he did a 36.5-Inch Vertical Jump, while Weighing 237-Pounds. These Two Mesasurables were Impressive, but then he Finished with an Incredible 133-Inch Standing Broad Jump and 24 Reps of 225-Pounds on the Bench Press. Reddick was not able to run a Pro-Shuttle at the Scouting Combine, but on Temple Pro Day, Reddick had all of the NFL Scouts Buzzing again as he ran a Amazing 4.26 Pro Schuttle for the NFL Scouts.

Reddick was once an 185-Pound Temple Walk-On, and then Developed into a Super Hybrid Pass Rusher who had a Team-Best 22.5 Tackles for a Loss and 10.5 Quarterback Sacks as a Senior. However due to size, Reddick will move to Outside Linebacker in the NFL. Reddick is a Super Athletic Player, and with his Unbelievable Athleticism, he is Projecting as a #1 Draft Choice.

8 SS Obi Melifonwu                  6-4 224 4.4 44 4.09 140 17 U-Conn    2,758 MEARS

Image result for Obi melifonwu PhotosOne of the Most Impressive Players at the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine, along with Myles Garrett, was Strong Safety Obi Melifonwu (#20) of U-Conn. First of all, at 6-4 and 224-Pounds, Melifonwu might be the Biggest and Most Athletic Strong Safety in the Country, along with Jamal Adams, but he also “Put-Up” some of the most Incredible Speed Measurables Ever at the Combine. In Basketball, they Call it a Triple-Double, but in Football, it might be Called a Four-Triple-Double, including a 4.4 Forty and a 44-Inch Standing Broad Jump. Then he was the Super-Star again at the U-Conn Pro-Day, as he Recorded another Sensational 4.09 in the Pro-Shuttle. He was Outstanding in both of the Drills and with his Incredible and Mind-Boggling Speed Measurables with his Great Athleticism, Melifonwu  should be able to become a First Round Draft Choice in the 2017 Draft.

9 TE Evan Engram                    6-3 234 4.39 36 4.23 124 19 Ole Miss   2,757 MEARS

Image result for Evan Engram PhotosThe 2017 NFL Draft is Loaded with Unbelievable and Incredible Tight End Prospects and Three or Four of them are going to be a #1 Draft Choice, including O.J. Howard of Alabama; Evan Engram (#17 In Photo) of Ole Miss; and David Njoku of MiamiEngram finished his Incredible Ole Miss Career by Making First-Team All-American. As a Senior, in 2016, he had an Impressive 65 catches, for 926-Yards and Eight Touchdowns. His Fabulous Career Totals included 162 Catches for 2,320-Yards and broke all of the Rebels School Records for Tight End.

Engram has Unbelievable Speed and Explosiveness and he is also very hard to defend, regardless of where he lines up on the Field for a Linebacker, Safety or even a Cornerback. At the 2017 Scouting Combine, Engram Turned-Heads when he ran a Mind-Boggling 4.42-Forty, although his best time was a 4.39. Only Four Wide Receivers had better Forty Times than Engram. His 4.23 Pro-Shuttle was also an Incredible Time for a Tight End. I cannot see how this Tight End Freak will not be Drafted on Day One in the First Round of the Draft.

10 MLB Reuben Foster             6-0 236 4.62 36 4.42 120 25 Alabama  2,756 MEARS

Image result for Reuben foster PhotosReuben Foster (#10) is an Incredible Middle Linebacker with Tremendous Leadership Qualities and he makes Tackles from Sideline to Sideline and he also makes a lot Tackles. Foster Recorded 11.5 Tackles for a Loss in his Last Ten Games in 2016. He also is a Very Impressive Blitzer and Recorded 5 Quarterback Sacks in 2016.

11 TE David Njoku                        6-4 246 4.59 40 4.34 133 21 Miami   2,747 MEARS

Image result for David Njoku PhotosSuper Tight End David Njoku (#86) was a National High School High Jump Champion with a Seven-Foot Best Jump, so all of the NFL Scouts were aware that he is an Athletic Freak and how he can Catch a lot of Footballs that other Tight Ends would not be able to make. He only had Eight Dropped Footballs over the last two seasons for a Drop-Rate of only 11 Per-cent. Njoku has Unbelievable Freaky Athleticism for the Tight End Position. He is an Exceptional Playmaker and he also has a Tremendous Yards-Per-Catch Average. At the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine, Njoku Turned Heads of a lot of NFL Scouts when he Recorded some Incredible Speed Measurables, including a Fabulous  40-Inch Vertical Jump, an Incredible 133-Inch Standing Broad Jump, and an Impressive 4.34 Pro-Shuttle. He also Ran a 4.59 Forty, while Weighing-In at 246-Pounds.

12 CB Marshon Lattimore    6-0 193 4.33 38.5 4.13 132 Ohio State   2,736 MEARS

Image result for Marshon lattimore PhotosAt the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine, Super-Star Cornerback Marshon Lattimore had all of the NFL Scouts Drooling over the Prospects of being able to put him in their Secondary Next Year. At the Combine, Lattimore (#2) Recorded some Incredible and Very Impressive Speed Measurables, including a 4.33 Forty, a 38.5-Inch Vertical Jump, a 4.13 Pro-Shuttle, and a Tremendous 132-Inch Standing Broad Jump. A Hamstring Injury Forced Lattimore in the 2014 and 2015 Seasons, but he had a Stellar 2016 Season with Four Interceptions and Nine Pass Breakups and Decided to Declare for the NFL Draft.

13 WR Mike Williams                 6-4 218 4.5 32.5 4.3 121 15 Clemson   2,735 MEARS

Image result for Mike Williams Clemson PhotosSuper-Star Clemson Wide Receiver Mike Williams (#7) is a Phenomenal Player who will become a #1 Draft Choice in the Upcoming 2017 NFL DraftWilliams has the Size, Speed, and Athleticism that has All of the NFL Talent Scouts Drooling, about the Chance to Draft him, because he has Unbelievable Potential to become one of the Greatest NFL Wide Receivers in NFL History, comparing him to the Former Clemson All-Americans Sammy Watkins, DeAndre Hopkins, and Martavis BryantWilliams is a Two-Year Starter at Wide Receiver and Follows in the footsteps of Hopkins and Watkins as the #1 Wide Receiver in the National Champion Clemson Offense and one of the best Wide Receivers in the Country and he will also follow Hopkins and Watkins as #1 Draft Choices. His 1,361-Yards Receiving in the 2015 Season is the Third-Best Ever in Clemson History, just behind Hopkins with 1,405-Yards and Watkins with 1,464-Yards.

14 OG Forest Lamp 6-4 309 4.96 27.5 4.62 111 34 Western Kentucky 2,733 MEARS

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15 FS Malik Hooker                  6-1 206 4.41 36 4.21 120 Ohio State   2,732 MEARS

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16 CB Gareon Conley           6-0 195 4.39 37 4.18 128 11 Ohio State    2,730 MEARS

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16 CB Kevin King              6-3 200 4.39 39.5 3.89 120 11 Washington 2,730 MEARS

Image result for Kevin King Washington PhotosKevin King was  one of the Biggest Surprises of the 2017 Scouting Combine when he “Wowed” the NFL Scouts with his Eye-Popping Speed Measurables, including a 4.39 Forty, a 39.5-Inch Vertical Jump, and a Completely Mind-Boggling 3.89 Pro Shuttle. With a 6-3 and 200-Pound Frame and Unbelievable Athleticism and instincts, you can imagine what King caused for the NFL Scouts who were there to watch his Teammates, including WR John Ross and FS Budda Baker.

“When we got here, he was a Safety, and while I thought he was a Natural Cornerback was his natural position, we kept him at Safety, Coach Jim Lake said. “Then we moved him to Cornerback as a Junior, and he played more Nickel, which really allowed him to show off his Athletic Ability. He really clogged the lane with his 6-3 Frame.

18 QB Mitch Trubisky     6-2 222 4.64 27.5 4.25 115 North Carolina  2,729 MEARS

Image result for mitchell trubisky photosMitchell Trubisky (#10) was Very Impressive at the 2017 Scouting Combine as he Recorded some Very Impressive Speed Measurables with a 4.67 Forty, a 115-Inch Standing Broad Jump, and a Very Impressive 4.25 Pro-Shuttle. He was regarded as one of the First or Second-Best Quarterback in the 2017 Draft and his performance also proved that fact, although most NFL Scouts placed him Very Close to DeShaun Watson. His 40-Yard Time was a Surprise to some Scouts.

In the Position Drills, Trubisky showed Great Quickness of his Release and he also showed a Solid Arm Strength and Unbelievable Accuracy for the next level. Trubisky may be the Best Overall Quarterback in the Draft, but he only had 13 Starts in College and this is a Concern to some of the NFL Teams. His Great Passing Accuracy is a Super Plus, as he had a Great 68.2 Completion Rate with 30 Touchdowns in his 13 College Starts. With his Great Athleticism, Trubisky will Definitely be Drafted in the First Round of the 2017 NFL Draft.

19 QB DeShaun Watson            6-2 221 4.61 32,5 4.31 117 Clemson   2,727 MEARS

Image result for deshaun watson photosOne of my Favorite Quarterbacks for the Last Two Years was Clemson Super-Star Quarterback Deshaun Watson. I did not Select College Players of the Week in the 2016 Clemson National Championship Season, but back in their 2015 National Championship Finalist Season, Watson was Selected as one of my College Football Players of the Week after Seven WeeksWatson had a Chance to “Come-Out” Early after that 2015 Football Season, but he decided to Come-Back for his Senior Season and in that Memorable and History-Making 2016 Season, he led the Clemson Tigers to the National Championship over Alabama.

After these Two Incredible Seasons, every NFL Scout knew he that was going to be the Best Quarterback in the Scouting Combine, but everyone was still very interested in seeing just how Outstanding he really was and how great that he really might could become in the NFL.  All of the Quarterbacks had a chance to solidify themselves in the Draft at the Combine, but it was Watson who walked away from this 2017 NFL Scouting Combine with the Most Impressive Passing Performance. All 32 NFL Teams were at the Clemson Pro-Day and all of them were there to watch Watson and his Favorite Receiver, Mike Williams, in the Passing Drills and he did not Disappoint them as he threw 62 Passes and Completed 54 of those 62 Passes. A Super-Star Quarterback like Watson comes along only a few times in a Decade and he will be Definitely be Drafted in the First Round in the 2017 Draft. 

20 OT Garett Bolles                               6-5 297 4.95 28 4.55 115 Utah   2,725 MEARS

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The 2017 NFL Draft does not have a lot of Great Offensive Linemen, but Utah Super-Star Garrett Bolles is a Real Super Freak at the Position. Bolles (#74) is a Junior College Transfer and he made 12 Starts for the Utes in 2016 at Left Offensive Tackle, but he Wowed all of the NFL Scouts with his Unbelievable Speed Measurables for a 297-Pounder, Highlighted by a 4.55 Pro-Shuttle. Bolles also did a 28-Inch Vertical Jump and he did a 115-Inch Standing Broad Jump. There are a lot of NFL Teams that need an Athletic Offensive Linemen and I believe that Bolles will go in The First Round.

21 SS Jabrill Peppers         5-11 213 4.43 35.5 4.23 127 19 Michigan    2,721 MEARS

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Jabrill Peppers (#5) is a Super Freak on Defense at Any Position that he is asked to play. After being Selected as the Defensive Player of the Year in 2013 by USA Today, Peppers arrived on the Michigan Campus with Some Unbelievable Hype,  as being one  of the Most Sought-After Recruits in the 2014 Recruiting Class. In 2014, Peppers Played Cornerback and then in 2015, he Played Safety. Then in 2016, he was moved to Outside Linebacker. So if Peppers is that Great Defensive Player who has played Three Different Positions in Three Different Years, then he must be a Great Defensive Player, so what is the Deal with this Defensive Super-Star? If Peppers is a Super-Star Player who can Excel at Three Different Positions on the Football Field, then we are looking at a Player, who is a Super Athlete, that we have never seen, except maybe once in a Decade.

Most of the NFL Teams Really like Peppers because of his Versatility and Great Athleticism and so at the 2017 Scouting Combine, Peppers Worked-Out with the Linebackers on Sunday and then the Defensive Backs on Monday. His 4.46 Forty was the Best Time for a Linebacker since The 2000 Scouting Combine, but he will Probably be Drafted as a Strong Safety in the First Round of the 2017 NFL Draft.

21 WR John Ross                     5-11 188 4.22 37 4.02 133  Washington  2,721 MEARS

Image result for John Ross washington PhotosSuper-Star John Ross “Showed-Up” at the 2017 Scouting Combine and Shocked All of the NFL Scouts when he Ran a 4.22 Forty. I was actually watching the Scouting Combine on TV and Ross (#1) actually had a 4.19 “Hand-Timed” Forty by a couple of NFL Scouts, but he was given an Official 4.22. The Electronic 4.22 Forty is the Fastest Forty Time since 2003 when the Electronic-Timing Started. It seems Pretty Amazing, but when Ross ran his 4.22 Forty, it looked-like he was “Pulling-Up” at the End. He did Post a Great 37-Inch Vertical Jump and an Outstanding 133-Inch Standing Broad Jump, but did not run a Pro-Shuttle, leading me to believe that he did Pull Something.

When Ross was 14-Years Old, he was “All-Set” to return the Opening Kickoff in his First High School Football Game and he asked his Coach what to do if he got the Football. His coach simply said, “Run, and do not let anybody tackle you!” The other guy Returning the Kickoff, asked the Coach the same Question and the Coach said: “Give the Football to Ross.” Ross did get the Kickoff and he took it back 100-Yards for a Touchdown, and this was the start of what has been an Incredible Football Career for John Ross, who also Returned Four Kicks for Touchdowns for Washington. Now, he’s Mr. 4.22, and he will soon be playing on Sundays in the NFL.

23 OLB Takkarist McKinley      6-2 250 4.53 33 4.33 122 24 UCLA  2,720 MEARS

Image result for Takkarist McKinley PhotosTakkarist McKinley (#98) is a Tremendous Rush Linebacker who Dominated the Pacific-12 and he Recorded 10 Quarterback Sacks as a Senior in 2016.

24 RB Christian McCaffrey 5-11 202 4.43 37.5 4.22 121 10 Stanford  2,719 MEARS

Image result for Christian Mccaffrey PhotosI really was Never able to Watch Stanford Super-Star Christian McCaffrey (#5) play in a Game and Demonstrate his Exceptional Rare Talent as an Unbelievable All-Purpose Running Back and this Incredible Football Player was in New York this Past Football Season for the Finals of the Heisman Trophy. Since McCaffrey did not play in the SEC, Big-12, ACC, or Big-10, and he was on the West Coast, a lot of people Never had a chance to view him play, but in the 2017 Scouting Combine, McCaffrey was able to Showcase his Incredible Skills and Tremendous All-Purpose Skills, demonstrating Unbelievable Ball Skills, including Catching the Football coming out of the Backfield; and tremendous Pass-Route Running. With these skills, McCaffrey had most of the NFL Scouts Drooling about the chance of getting this Tremendous Talent for their NFL Team. In the Running Back Drills, McCaffrey Proved his Great Versatility as he Caught Passes from both the Running Back Position and in a Slot Receiver, Running Routes with the Wide Receivers. After the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine, I Think that Christian McCaffrey Proved that he is a Definite Potential #1 Draft Choice at Running Back, along with Fournette and Cook.

25 DE Derek Barnett            6-3 259 4.82 31 4.49 116 20 Tennessee    2,718 MEARS

Image result for Derek Barnett PhotosDerek Barnett is a Tremendous Pass-Rusher in the Same Mold of Myles Garrett and Solomon Thomas. In 39 Games for the Tennessee Vols, Barnett (#9) Recorded a Tennessee School Record of 33 Career Sacks which was held by NFL Hall of Fame Reggie White.  At the 2017 Scouting Combine, Barnett was Set to “Show-Off” his Pass-Rushing Talents, but he got sick and could not Perform to his Intense Standards. He still was able to Record a Great 31-Inch Vertical Jump and a 4.49 Pro Shuttle.

Barnett became the First True Freshman to start a Season Opener for Tennessee on the Defensive Line and then Earned Freshman All-American as he Set School Records with 20.5 Tackles for a Loss and 10 Quarterback Sacks. Barnett is not an Elite Athlete with Great Athleticism like Garnett and Thomas, but is is Incredible on Film and he is an Unbelievable Playmaker from his Rush End Position.

26 WR Corey Davis        6-3 209 4.42 36 4.2 126 Western Michigan  2,715 MEARS

Image result for Corey Davis PhotosA Wide Receiver, like Corey Davis, comes along, maybe once in a Decade and although he is a Super Wide Receiver Freak, he is not a Household Name, because he played for Western Michigan in the MAC Conference. In 2016, Davis (#84) Caught 97 Passes for 1,500-Yards and 19 Touchdowns. This gave him an Incredible Pass Receiving Career with an Unbelievable 331 Pass Receptions for 5,278-Yards and 51 Touchdowns in 50 Games that he StartedNFL Football Teams will not find a Wide Receiver with a More Productive Career than Davis, who is the Major College Football Career Receiving Leader in Yards and he Completely Dominated the competition in the Mid-American Conference for the last Four Years. Davis was also Named All-American First Team last year. Davis is a Super Freak on his Highlight Film and he will be Drafted on the First Day of the 2017 Draft, but he had an Ankle Injury and was not able to Perform for the NFL Scouts in the 2017 Scouting Combine.

27 QB Patrick Mahomes         6-2 225 4.76 30 4.08 113 Texas Tech   2,715 MEARS

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At the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine, Pat Mahomes did not disappoint the Scouts as he Demonstrated Great Arm Strength and although he Played in a Super Passing Air-Raid Offense, at Texas Tech, he was Very Impressive in his Straight Drop-Back Passing. The NFL Scouts also thought that Mahomes (#5) showed a lot of Zip on the FootBall and he was a Great Example of why some NFL Scouts were saying that he might have the most Long-Term Potential of any of the Top Four Quarterbacks. He can Really-Sling The Football with what looks like minimal effort and on some of his Go-Routes, he was Throwing the Football around 50-60-Yards Down the Field. In 2016, as a Junior, Mahomes had a Sensational Season as he Led the Nation in Passing Yardage with 5,o52-Yards Passing and he also Accounted for 52 Touchdowns, including 41 Passing Touchdowns and 11 Rushing Touchdowns. I really like the Potential of this Quarterback and I think he will go in First Round.

28 MLB Jarrad Davis              6-1 238 4.59 38.5 4.29 129 23 Florida   2,711 MEARS

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29 RB Dalvin Cook       5-10 210 4.45 30.5 4.53 116 22 Florida State   2,710 MEARS

Image result for Dalvin Cook PhotosSuper-Star Running Back Dalvin Cook is in a “Long-Line” of Fabulous Florida State Running Backs in the Last 30 Years, but Cook (#4) was the first Running Back to rush for 1,000-Yards in his Freshman Season with the Seminoles. The next two seasons have only gotten better, ranking him in the Top 10 by breaking 1,600-Yards. In 2015, Cook Rushed for 1,691-Yards, Ranking Sixth in the FBS and then in 2016, he Rushed for another 1,765-Yards, Ranking him Fifth in the Country and Scoring 19 Touchdowns. In 2016, Cook was also Selected to the All-ACC Team and First Team All-American.

30 WR Malachi Dupre                   6-2 196 4.43 42 4.16 135 11 LSU   2,707 MEARS

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The LSU Tigers will have another Super-Star Wide Receiver in the 2017 NFL Draft after having a Couple in the 2014 NFL Draft, including Two Friends, Odell Beckham and Jarvis Landry. This Year, it will be Malachi Dupre. After Running a 4.46 Forty at the LSU Pro Day, his Overall Measurables are some of the Best of any Wide Receiver in the Country. At the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine, Dupre Recorded a Tremendous 39.5-Inch Vertical Jump and he also did an Incredible 135-Inch Standing Broad Jump. I talked to Dupre at the 2017 LSU Spring Game, just before the 2017 NFL Draft, and he told me that he had Recorded a 4.4 Forty and 42 VJ earlier in his Career, and I Averaged both Timings and I gave him a 4.43.

The Tigers have been Recruiting Super-Star Players for Many Years, including some of the Best Running Backs and Best Wide Receivers in the Country. Most Teams try to Utilize both of these Positions with Equal Concentration, but with Offensive Struggles and a Heisman Candidate in Fournette at Running Back, there have Many Times that I watched Dupre in the Clear, waiting for a Pass. In the 2014 LSU Recruiting Class, Dupre was Considered to be The #1 Wide Receiver in the Country and he Played in 12 Games with two Starts as a True Freshman in 2014. He also Led LSU with an Incredible 22.7-Yards Per Catch Average and Five Touchdowns. In the 2015 LSU Spring Game, Dupre made one of the Most Incredible Catches that I have seen in 45-Years of Scouting. The Lucky NFL Team that Drafts Dupre, will get a Very Special and Talented Player with Beckham and Landry Potential.

31 CB Chidobe  Awuzie     6-0 202 4.38 39.5 4.14 132 16 Colorado   2,704 MEARS

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Chidobe Awuzie is another Super-Star Cornerback who went to the 2017 Scouting Combine and Really Impressed the NFL Scouts as he Recorded some Very Impressive Measurables, including a 39.5-Inch Vertical Jump, a 4.14 Pro Shuttle, and a Tremendous 132-Inch Standing Broad Jump. In 2016, Awuzie (#4) Recorded 54 Tackles, including 44 Solo Tackles, 4 Sacks, and 11 Pass Breakups. Awuzie is a Great Athletic Playmaker who has an Excellent Chance to be Drafted on Day One.

32 DE Jordan Willis        6-4 255 4.49 39 4.29 124 24 Kansas State  2,700 MEARS

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Jordan Willis is a Spectacular Defensive End, but this Draft Class is Overloaded with Players at that Position, including Myles Garrett, Solomon Thomas, and Derek Bennett. At the 2017 Scouting Combine, Willis (#75) Recorded Some Incredible Speed Measurables, including a 4.49 Forty, a 39-Inch Vertical Jump, and a 4.29 Pro-Shuttle. These Incredible Speed Measurables will give Willis a chance to be included in the Incredible Defensive Ends Group and he has a Chance to be Drafted in the First Round of the 2017 Draft.

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Elite Navy Seal Team 6 Murders And Shocking True Story Of Extortion 17 Coverup! By Max Emfinger


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ELITE NAVY SEAL TEAM 6 MURDERS AND SHOCKING TRUE STORY OF EXTORTION 17 COVERUP!
By Max Emfinger
Original Story – March 16, 2014
and Updated November 16, 2014
and September 22, 2016.

NOVEMBER 16 UPDATE: Robert O’Neill, The NAVY SEAL TEAM 6 Member, who says he shot and killed Osama bin Laden says he is worried that the Pentagon might prosecute him for publicly telling his story of the May 2011 Turn of Events.

And why does O’Neill not tell about all of the NAVY SEAL TEAM 6 Members that were killed in the Shocking True Story of Extortion 17 about the Planned Murder to Kill 30 Special Force Team Members. I have watched Robert O’Neill tell his Story, but he NEVER mentions how and why they threw the Body of Osama bin Laden into the Ocean. And why was O’Neill not included on the Old and Slow Chinook Helicopter in the Planned Murder to Kill The Elite NAVY SEAL TEAM 6?

One of the Biggest Obama Scandals of His Regime is one that has not even been brought to the Attention of the American People as an Obama Scandal and then the consequent Coverup. That Scandal is The Elite Navy Seal Team 6 Helicopter Scandal and the Shocking True Story of Extortion 17 about the Planned Murder to Kill 30 Special Force Team Members.

When I heard that The Elite Navy Seal Team 6 Helicopter had been shot down in Afghanistan, killing 30 Special Force Team Members, I thought that something sounded very Fishy. Then we later found out that they were the members of the Elite Navy Seals Team 6. This was the same Navy Seals Team 6 that had supposedly killed Osama bin Laden.

In Preparation for July Fourth, we have some New Shocking Information on this Horrible Scandal by Barack Obama and his White House Administration.

On August 6, 2011, in Wardak Province, Afghanistan, Jihadists perched on top of a building shot down a decrepit CH-47 Helicopter, Extortion 17, packed with 30 Special Ops Forces–most of them part of the ELITE NAVY SEAL TEAM 6. Almost immediately, the facts about the attack were hushed up that included skirting away the Black Box. Furthermore, within hours, everyone on board was cremated, supposedly, because they were burned beyond recognition. Family members of the victims have learned that virtually everything the Obama Administration has revealed about the attack is a lie.

The likely reason for the Cover-up? The High-Tech Weapon used to shoot down Extortion 17, a heat-seeking missile, more than likely was supplied by none other than Barack Hussein Obama.

Read more at http://www.westernjournalism.com/revealed-seal-team-6-murder-weapon-supplied-obama/#26dctH60qgpCljED.99

Back to My Original May 27, 2014 Story!

Later, we found out that the Taliban Terrorists also had claimed that they had shot down the outdated and old Chinook Helicopter. We were only able to get limited information, but we were able to fine out that the Taliban used a Rocket Propelled Granade (RPG) in the attack.

I mentioned this Navy Seals Team 6 Helicopter Crash in a Tweet on Twitter and I immediately received a Direct Twitter Message from one of my Navy Seal Followers who had some very interesting things to say about the crash.

First of all! My Navy Seals friend said that on huge Mission-Ops like this, the Navy Seals always use 30 to 40 Navy Seals in a Special-Op and they always split-up the Seals in smaller groups and that they would never place that many Navy Seals in the same location or aircraft for their protection and security.

With a very steep mountain range in Afghanistan, it is very dangerous for military aircraft, especially a slow Chinook Helicopter to get off of the ground quickly and it leaves them very vulnerable in getting into the clear of an equally slow RPG attack.

Now, we also find out that there were two other Helicopter Gun Ships in the Area that saw the Taliban Terrorists and they had requested to Fire On Them and thus probably Save the Navy Seal 6 Team, but they were given a “Stand Down” which was a similar situation in Benghazi. Then after the Taliban Terrorists attacked, the Gun Ship Helicopters again requested to Fire and again they were requested to Stand Down.

Now, an RPG Attack is only effective if the Aircraft is flying extremely low and close to the ground. In a situation like this, with so many Navy Seals Team 6 members stuffed into the almost 50-year old Chinook Helicopter and a Helicopter flying so close to the ground, it appears that the Mission was poorly planned and basically Planned to Fail.

When Navy Seal Team 6 Members travel in Helicopters, they travel in Helicopters that are Armour-Plated and are Heavily Armed. This particular Chinook Helicopter was very old and it was neither Armour-Plated or Armed. It was actually an Army Reserve Helicopter and it was like a Flying Aluminum School Bus and it was flown by a Non-Combat Hardened Pilot.

This was a Planned Murder Mission by Obama Marxists Administration to Silence any and all of the Navy Seal Team 6 Members that were involved or knew about the Fake Osama Bin Laden Killing. Since it was a Planned Murder Mission, the Helicopter Black Box was conveniently Never Found. This might be the First Time and Last Time that a Navy Helicopter Black Box was Not Found.

RPG’s do not have a Guidance System, so the Navy Seal Team 6 members were loaded-up in the slow Chinook Helicopter and were shot-down like “Sitting-Ducks” by a primitive RPG at close range with an unguided Guidance System. Also, we later found out that at least six to eight non Navy Seal Team 6 personnel were requested  not to get into the slow and outdated Chinook Helicopter.

My Navy Seal friend, along with another Retired Navy Captain and Retired Marine Colonel were all in total agreement that the Fake-Killing of Osama Bin Laden was for pure publicity in theater.

In the Fake-Killing of Osama Bin Laden, the Navy Seals were sent into a compound as evidenced by the lost Helicopter on site, but Bin Laden was not in that compound. All three Military Retired Officers agreed that Osama Bin Laden had been dead for years from Kidney Failure.

Bin Laden had a Genetic Condition that caused renal failure that is common among deeply inbred Saudi Arab Muslims. Bin Laden had been on a dialysis and it is very difficult for people in first world countries to have it even done in outstanding facilities. Bin Laden was having it done either in caves or in homes. The people having dialysis done in  caves do not live for ten more years. There was no dialysis equipment found in the compound that the Navy Seals raided on May 2. Of course there wasn’t. Bin Laden wasn’t in that compound, because Osama Bin Laden has been dead for years from Kidney Failure.

Alleged Muslim Cleric “Damned” Dead Navy Seals!

This is why the “Body” was declared “Positively Identified” faster than any known DNA testing process in existence. The DNA testing was not done in a Credible Lab, but inside the Chinook Helicopter en route to the USS Carl Vinson. Then, some more “Fishy” things took place as the Fake-Bin Laden body was then dumped into the Indian Ocean so as to ensure that his “Burial” take place within 24 hours of his death in order to “Honor” Muslim Burial Traditions.

Not a single picture of the so-called “Fake Bin Laden Corpse” has ever been released  and never will. The entire Bin Laden episode was staged  in theater. It was pure theater that was designed to give King Obama a boost in the polls and another Distraction.

The big Scandals at this time included Fast and Furious and a new book coming out: Dr. Jerome Corsi’s book, “Where’s the Birth Certificate” was announced as May 17, and Corsi’s work is known to be extremely thorough and meticulous.

The Obama White House is panicked. In order to Distract the American People and Low-Info Voters; the King Obama regime releases a PDF image supposed to be an official scan of his original long-form Hawaiian Birth Certificate. Within hours, thousands of graphic designers, many of whom where self-professed Obama voters and supporters, isolate and demonstrate with dozens of objective proof sets that the PDF released by the Obama White House is not just a forgery, but an astoundingly incompetent and obvious forgery.

The Obama White House is now in a huge panic as they thought that it would be too big of a risk, instead of presenting the Forged Birth Certificate to the American People from a document and photo illustration, experts within the CIA or NSA, and the Obama White House instead farmed the project off on someone inside the White House with a functional, but mediocre knowledge of photo illustration programs. To the thoroughly non-expert eyes of King Obama, Michelle Obama and Valerie Jarrett, the Forged Birth Certificate file appeared extremely convincing, and was thus released with fanfare.

Within hours of the Forged Birth Certificate release, they knew that they had not only made a huge mistake, but a horrible and massive mistake that could land them all in Prison. The Birth Certificate Forger was so incompetent that they didn’t even flatten the image thus compressing and masking the component layers before posting it. There were other massive and glaring flaws and errors.

The mainstream American People were as usual, completely complicit in the Birth Certificate Forgery Cover-Up, but Rathergate proved that if the Birth Certificate Forgery generated any Mainstream Reaction just a little bit, that the end could come swiftly for Obama and The Obama White House.

If this was the case, then the Obama Administration needed a huge Distraction and they needed it very quickly. They had been planning on holding the staged Bin Laden Capture and Killing until 2012 for the Second Term Campaign, and perhaps as the “October Surprise” but it was quickly moved up to coincide with the Obama Birth Certificate Scandal.

Within hours of the Bin Laden Operation,  Big-Mouth, Vice President Joe Biden destroyed any notions of Secrecy as he announced to the Entire World at a dinner at the Ritz Carlton that the Bin Laden raid was carried out by “The Navy Seals” and within hours King Obama had also leaked that the raid was carried out by Navy Seal Team 6, also known as DEVGRU.

In American Military History, no Information on Navy Seal Team 6 or DEVGRU Mission-Ops and Information had always been very highly classified. But, now the term Navy Seal Team 6 was used by every Newspaper in the World, with Disney trying to get a Trademark. The Obama White House wanted the Entire World to know the name Navy Seal Team 6.

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22 Navy Seal Team 6 Members were Assassinated Shortly After They Killed Osama bin Laden! The Chopper’s Black Box was never Recovered and there were Many Doubts that the Black Box was Washed-Away in a Flash-Flood!

The Parents of three Navy Seal Team 6 recently said the government bears Criminal Culpability in the deaths of their sons. They are calling for a Congressional Investigation into the August 6, 2011 Helicopter Crash in Afghanistan that resulted in 38 deaths, including 7 members of the Afghan National Army, an Afghan interpreter, 15 Navy Seal Team 6 Members, 2 members of West Coast Navy Seals and U.S. Troops. It was the deadliest day for America in the Afghan War.

Were the Elite Navy Seal Team 6 Members targeted in retaliation for the Fake Killing of Bin Laden? The Elite Navy Seal Team 6 is a Special Operations Unit whose actions are supposed to be Highly Classified. They also uphold a Strict Code of Secrecy. As a result, it is not publicly known which specific Navy Seal Team 6 Members were involved in the killing of the world’s most wanted terrorist, nor how many of those who participated in the raid were on the Helicopter that when it was shot down.

The Parents of those Brave Navy Seal Team 6 Members have lost their Sons and they still have NEVER been given any Answers by Obama or the Obama Administration as to their Murders and Consequent Immediate Cremation.

CLICK THE LINK For Navy Seal Team 6 Parent and his Remarks about his Murdered Son:

http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=Navy+Seal+Team+6+Murders&qpvt=Navy+Seal+Team+6+Murders&FORM=VDRE#view=detail&mid=82A6D3D63F9CB6B44DEA82A6D3D63F9CB6B44DEA

We now know, however, that the Elite Navy Seal Team 6 and their families were completely shocked when Vice President Joe Biden publicly identified them on May 3, 2011, two days after the raid. He was speaking at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Washington D.C. at the 50th Anniversary of the Atlantic Council, an International Affairs Think Tank.

The Navy Seal Team 6 Parents also believe that the Obama Administration was derelict in its duties by putting such a large group of Navy Seals on one Helicopter. In addition, they want to know why the troops were using outdated equipment and were not permitted to return fire when under duress. The families believe that the Rules of Engagement that the troops are currently using serve to Aid The Enemy in easily killing Americans. Finally, the Parents are incensed that at the funeral held in Kabul, where a Muslim Cleric recited a Prayer over the bodies of the fallen that confined them to eternal damnation as” infidels.” An Alleged Muslim Cleric “Damned” The Dead Elite Navy Seal Team 6 Members at Ceremony! This, they contend, was Obama’s “Muslim Outreach” strategy gone wildly wrong.

The Obama Administration has tried to defend its snooping on reporters by citing the pressing need to identify and stop the leakage of classified information that endangers the lives of those in the field. But, the second in command, Vice President Joe Biden, himself did so, in full public view. This was one of the Biggest Breaches of Trust and resulted in the reckless endangerment of the very bravest amongst us. Why has Biden not been held accountable?

Why would the Obama Administration want to Kill Americans? To Understand why they would want to Kill Americans, you need only to understand who is in the Obama Administration. The Obama Administration is composed of Communist Marxist, who Murder People without Compunction or Remorse. Communist Marxists also hate Americans, by definition. Consider these Three Facts:

1. The Elite Navy Seal Team 6 Members on board the Chinook Helicopter may have been some of the same men who participated or had direct knowledge of the Fake Osama Bin Laden Raid and Fake Osama Bin Laden Killing and were killed to Permanently Silence Them.

2. These Elite Navy Seal Team 6 Members or DEVGRU Navy Seal Members were killed to send a signal to the surviving DEVGRU Navy Seal Members who carried out the Fake Bin Laden Killing to keep their mouths shut.

3. Obviously, the News Release and Identity of the Elite Navy Seal Team 6 Members or DEVGRU identity within hours and even before of their family notification could have been made was an obvious aid to Al Qaeda, The Taliban, and the entire Muslim Terrorist World. NOTE: Within minutes, Obama and the Obama Administration Communist Marxists Media propagandized The Bin Laden Death. And remember, Bin Laden had been dead for many years. The Osama Bin Laden Raid and Killing on May 2 was pure Stagecraft to distract The American People and the Rest of the World from the release of the Forged Obama Birth Certificate.

Nuff Said!

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