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Old 04-21-17, 01:00 PM
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Originally Posted by Spartan119 View Post
I don't know wallens 40 but I know he was a top 5 sprinter in track. I saw john McAllister timed genslinger in a 4.5 at his combine so I'd say that's about where bailey is too. I seen Ryan run last year and he might be a 4.8 guy run about 11.8-12 100. Bailey is the top player in the sw then I'd give Ryan a slight edge over genslinger. But another low 100 guy and one of the top SWBL backs all time was Reed from Carlisle and only Air Force FBS offered him. I'm not saying Ryan can't do it he can but I've seen much better RB in the league. You may be right about him at safety. And yes franklin staff did a great job using him.
I'm not trying to argue with anyone. I always ask the question to people when they say my son ran this time in the 40. I don't know how these combine's are timing but most are hand held times. Which a 4.5 hand held time would be 4.7to 4.8 FAT time. The NFL uses Eletronic timing which a person starts the clock and a laser stops the clock. Now some good timers can come close to the time but you should at another .7 to an Electronic time to convert to FAT timing. I know it doesn't matter but I always ask the person what is his 100 meter time.

Just like on another thread where Patten from Little Miami ran a 4.4. I've watched him run track and I respect his father and him. No way he ran a 4.4 and I'm betting this 4.5 is not very accurate as well. I remember Darrell Green and a couple of fast NFL guys ran against 100 meter runners and about half way down the track the 100 meter sprinters walked away from the NFL guys.
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