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by Dennis Bishop
(Vacaville, CA, USA)

Ht: 5'11"
Wt: 190lbs
40: 4.42
SS: 3.98
VJ: 36"
BJ: 10'3"
Bench Max: 335
Squat Max: 500

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Jan 22, 2012
better then me haha
by: Cam

When I say 4 I mean a 5 star arena player, but 4 out of 5 stars of what a "perfect" player would be.

But it seems to me you have an incredible ability to read plays and a very good first step along with lateral quickness, has a coach ever tried you out at safety? Or are you all in on cornerback?

One of my few critiques would be that you clearly want to make a play every single play. I know that seems like it would be good hear me out. In an interview with asante samuel a few years ago, they mentioned how his interception total dipped a little but the number of touchdowns thrown on him dropped, he said he realized there are some plays you can't make a play and you just have to be able to figure out which is which. Otherwise, as is the case at 3:10 and 3:29, you get beat by the double moves because you're so anxious to make a play the first time. I know you recovered and those ended up not being caught, but an nfl caliber quarterback would put the ball in a better place. Also know there is a play where it's a double move and you don't bite, but I couldn't really find anything else to critique haha.

Also in a few of your videos, it seems like you may be a step slower then a few of the receiver, hard to tell in above tape cause a lot of the time you play the motion/run guy, but that one step behind in top speed would be remedied by moving to safety, a position that also seems to fit you hit hard, playmaking attitude.

If you disagree then go with what you think because you have a lot more experience then me and have put so much time into it that you are definitely the authority here.

Jul 11, 2011
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by: Dennis

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