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JBScouting: Height, Fastest, Quickest, Strongest etc from small colleges

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by cowboyjoe, Apr 26, 2011.

  1. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    Again, this was from jbscouting draft guide, Hos said I could post this, this is last segment of draft stuff guides im posting that i received. I will be posting some other draft stuff up to draft time, but last of series on draft guides stuff I got to share with you all. To me, this draft guide was super, and if your interested you can get it from www.jbscouting.com I posted some earlier stuff a few days ago on some stuff from this guide. Enjoy Joe

    SMALL SCHOOL BEST 10 AND WORST 10

    While it is impossible to get verified information on every prospect here is the official leader board for those numbers that could be verified.
    TALLEST
    Pos First Name Last Name School Ht
    OT David Mims Virginia Union 6082
    OG Trevis Turner Abilene Christian 6071
    OG Curt Porter Jacksonville State 6071
    OT Christopher Sands Florida A&M 6070
    OT Miles Strother Morehouse 6070
    OT Michael Arndt North Dakota State 6066
    TE Nick Larson Northern Arizona 6066
    OT Sam Geldmaker Gannon 6065
    OG Charles Smith Texas Southern 6064
    DE Mason Brodine Nebraska-Kearney 6064


    FASTEST 40-YARD DASH
    Pos First Name Last Name School 40 Time
    FS Tommie Campbell California PA 4.31/4.32
    WR Edmond Gates Abilene Christian 4.31/4.37
    RB Taiwan Jones Eastern Washington 4.33/4.36
    SS Ron Parker Newberry 4.34/4.36
    WR Ricardo Lockette Fort Valley State 4.34/4.41
    WR Raymond Radway Abilene Christian 4.34/4.48
    SS Devin Holland McNeese State 4.35/4.39
    WR Jamere Holland Lindenwood (MO) 4.36/4.37
    WR Stephen Burton West Texas A&M 4.36/4.46
    CB Buster Skrine Chattanooga 4.37/4.48

    BIGGEST HAND
    Pos First Name Last Name School Hand
    FB Michael Tribue Carson-Newman 10 3/4
    OT Ben Ijalana Villanova 10 5/8
    WR Jeremy Kelley Maine 10 5/8
    DT Michael Price West Virginia Wesleyan 10 1/2
    OG David Arkin Missouri State 10 1/2
    ILB Zachary Norman Tusculum 10 1/2
    FS Mario Russell Carson-Newman 10 1/2
    H-back Josue Paul Central Connecticut State 10 1/2
    OG Trevis Turner Abilene Christian 10 3/8
    DT Ty Boyle North Dakota 10 3/8
    OT Edawn Coughman Shaw 10 3/8
    ILB Tommy Becker St. Thomas (MN) 10 3/8
    RB Isaac Odim Minnesota Duluth 10 3/8

    LONGEST ARM
    Pos First Name Last Name School Arm
    WR Jeremy Kelley Maine 38 1/2
    OT David Mims Virginia Union 36 7/8
    DT Jack Hayes Belhaven (MS) 34 7/8
    DE Quinton Spears Prairie View A&M 34 7/8
    ILB Sidney Tarver Tennessee State 34 7/8
    NT Kenrick Ellis Hampton 34 7/8
    OT Ben Ijalana Villanova 34 7/8
    DT Teryl White North Carolina Central 34 3/4
    DE Tom McCarthy Yale 34 3/4
    DE Xavier Brown C.W. Post 34 3/4

    MOST BENCH REPS
    Pos First Name Last Name School Reps
    DT Blake Sumner Colorado Mines 49
    DE Antron Dillon North Alabama 38
    C Austin Emerson Central Arkansas 38
    OG Trent Perkins Texas A&M Kingsville 38
    OLB Marc Schiechl Colorado Mines 38
    DE Terry Adams Liberty 37
    C Paul Fenaroli Stony Brook 34
    ILB Dustin Lineback East Carolina 33
    DT Leslie Jasper Bethel (TN) 33
    OG Roman Pritt St. Paul's 33
    DT P.J. South University of Central Missouri 33

    BEST VERTICAL JUMP
    Pos First Name Last Name School VJ
    WR Jeremy Kelley Maine 42
    WR Tyler Beiler Bridgewater College (VA) 40 1/2
    WR Edmond Gates Abilene Christian 40
    TE Mike Higgins Nebraska-Omaha 40
    CB Brent Vinson North Alabama 40
    CB Ryan Jones Northwest Missouri State 40
    SS Brandon Wright Arkansas Tech 40
    QB Josh Portis California PA 40
    RB Taiwan Jones Eastern Washington 39 1/2
    DE Xavier Brown C.W. Post 39 1/2
    OLB Bryan Braman West Texas A&M 39 1/2

    FASTEST SHORT SHUTTLE
    Pos First Name Last Name School 20
    WR Jeremy Kelley Maine 3.89
    CB Buster Skrine Chattanooga 3.90
    CB Jacques Rickerson Alabama State 3.94
    CB Cortez Allen The Citadel 4.01
    WR Desmond Randall Maine 4.01
    WR Raymond Radway Abilene Christian 4.02
    WR Cecil Shorts III Mount Union 4.07
    WR Fesi Sitake Southern Utah 4.07
    OLB Derek Domino South Dakota State 4.07
    WR Mike Maher St. Xavier 4.07

    FASTEST 3-CONE
    Pos First Name Last Name School 3-cone
    CB Buster Skrine Chattanooga 6.44
    SS Lane Olson Wisconsin-Whitewater 6.46
    CB Jacques Rickerson Alabama State 6.50
    WR Cecil Shorts III Mount Union 6.50
    WR Joe Horn Ashland 6.50
    WR Fesi Sitake Southern Utah 6.51
    CB Chris Woods Emporia State 6.54
    WR Jeremy Kelley Maine 6.60
    SS Dominique Davenport Coastal Carolina 6.64
    FS Jesse Hoffman Eastern Washington 6.66
  2. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    im not as knowledgeable as Hos or Sdogo when comes to some football knowledge, but to me, one reason why i posted this, you hear scouts, gms, head coaches talk how tall a player is, if heavy enough, fast enough, quick in and out of his breaks, so thats why i posted some cone speed, 40 speed, arm length which is important for OL and DL, strength etc...

    for those of you young draft wanabees

    probably hos or sdogo could explain it to you better
  3. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    one little thing to mention though, is the player a football player, tough, has heart, and loves football thats the main thing, then you gauge if player was productive, did he produce on the field, then you look at the meaurables, height, weight, speed, quickness, strength etc...
  4. Chocolate Lab

    Chocolate Lab Run-loving Dino

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    Have people talked much about this Jeremy Kelley? Not bad to be a 220 lb WR with the longest arms, biggest hands, *and* best VJ and short shuttle.
  5. Zaxor

    Zaxor Virtus Mille Scuta

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    I was just going to mention this guy must look rather odd with arms that are 38 1/2 and not even be in the top 10 in height

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  6. xwalker

    xwalker Well-Known Member

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    Jeremy Kelley
    Position WR
    College Maine
    Height: 6055
    Weight: 223
    40 Yrd Dash: 4.55
    20 Yrd Dash: 2.62
    10 Yrd Dash: 1.47
    225 Lb. Bench Reps: 14
    Vertical Jump: 42
    Broad Jump: 10'11"
    20 Yrd Shuttle: 3.89
    3-Cone Drill: 6.60
    Arm 38 1/2
    Hand 10 5/8
  7. jblaze2004

    jblaze2004 Well-Known Member

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    might be this years james hardy....I remember jerry jones had a hardy for him a couple drafts ago:laugh2:

    6'6 with long arms but can he catch?....we dont need anymore big recievers though. We need to draft smaller slot type guys that are quick.

    He could be a priority FA though. Or maybe or 7th round comp. pick.

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