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  1. https://twitter.com/GrahamBarfield/status/833183957143416836
  2. Elijah Holyfield barely played, but he's still my #1 RB for 2019. I currently have Sewo Olonilua (TCU) as my #2. He's 6'3" 225 lbs with really good speed and movement skills. He's Najee Harris before Najee Harris. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GAheeHgZ4XM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=umuo23KNuZw https://www.instagram.com/p/BPTgp4CDtHr https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RXa-RqB7Rc8 https://twitter.com/WurthDraft/status/801785106860015616 Damarea Crockett is a guy who looks like a legit NFL talent. I don't think he's going to be on that elite, first tier, but he's got some good cuts and burst. A big year is in store. With Jeremy McNichols leaving for the NFL, Alexander Mattison is going to blow up. He's a legit talent as should be talked about with the Power 5 RBs. I have Cam Akers 40-yard dash from the Opening at 4.43 with a 1.63 10-yard split. That's a great 40 time considering how bad his 10-yard split is. He's NFL-ready today. Travis Etienne (Clemson, FR) ran a 4.40 with a 1.60 at the Opening. He has some Alvin Kamara in him. Ty Chandler has some Ronald Jones and Dalvin Cook in his game. This run right here is very similar to a few of Cooks' with the ability to maintain speed with sharp cuts: https://twitter.com/ChadCarson247/status/784565979758157826
  3. That McCaffrey ran a 4.4 in the video I posted.
  4. On his long run vs Tennessee, Scarbrough hit a top speed as high as any college RB I've measured in the last 2-3 years.
  5. Here is a 2 minute video of some of Deebo's best plays: https://twitter.com/WurthDraft/status/828044826352422912 Here is Jauan Jennings burning one of the top CBs in the 2017 draft, Jalen "Teez" Tabor: https://twitter.com/CameronWinfree/status/780289814574792704
  6. That's a load of crock.
  7. Your start is too early.
  8. The original tweet was deleted, but I have it uploaded here: http://www.mediafire.com/file/hot1qfc93xh5vx3/McCaffrey+40.mp4 I'd say the finish is clear in this particular video. But, as I said, he didn't look to have good form. I think most of these trainers ruin guys more often than not. There was also a video posted of his Vertical and Broad Jump, both also deleted. But someone on Twitter posted they heard his broad jump was 9'8" from the audio. https://twitter.com/Marcus_Mosher/status/829734611693555717
  9. There was a video posted on Twitter of McCaffrey running the 40. I have him at 4.60 with 1.63 10-yard split. McCaffrey didn't have great form. Looked too upright, not relaxed. He could probably hit 4.50 with better form.
  10. No stopwatch. Many people think he'll run over 4.6. He'll hit under 4.5 if everything goes right. 4.51 would still be a great time if he's 230-240 lbs.
  11. Based off a video of D'Onta Foreman training, I estimate his 40-yard dash time at 4.46-4.49.
  12. Auden Tate, FSU, is my top WR. I expect him to break out this/next season. He's got elite ball skills like Mike Williams, except I think he's better after the catch, and might be a tick faster overall. He's huge at 6'5" 225 lbs.
  13. Deebo Samuel and Jauan Jennings are two SEC WRs who are being overlooked. Both guys have 1st Round potential.
  14. If the safety doesn't touch Cook, they don't count those yards as "after contact". But they do count it as a missed tackle. Which doesn't make sense. They only count Yards After Contact on "broken touched" tackles, yet in their elusive rating they include both a broken tackle and a "missed untouched" tackle as a "missed tackle". Which also doesn't make sense.