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RE: Pro Day Wednesday March 7th
(03-07-2018 06:11 PM)NIU32 Wrote:  Shawun Lurry's official 40-yard dash time clocked in at 4.49, fastest by NIU player. Chad Beebe ran a 4.65, Christian Blake 4.56.

https://twitter.com/jctsports/status/971...85184?s=21


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HAHA, this is laughable at best. The ONLY official time is what that scout gets on that player. I've heard everything from a 4.37 to 4.51 for Lurry. So who is right? NO ONE. What that scout gets on that player for all of the events is all that matters. I also heard Blake had time in the low 4.4's and Beebe ran as low at high 4.4's so who knows. Again, there is NO official time on any of these guys. What matters is all of these guys could get a shot and for that, all of us Huskie fans wish them the best.
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RE: Pro Day Wednesday March 7th
(03-08-2018 07:44 PM)Bears85 Wrote:  [quote='NIU32' pid='15142235' dateline='1520464298']
Shawun Lurry's official 40-yard dash time clocked in at 4.49, fastest by NIU player. Chad Beebe ran a 4.65, Christian Blake 4.56.

https://twitter.com/jctsports/status/971...85184?s=21


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HAHA, this is laughable at best. The ONLY official time is what that scout gets on that player. I've heard everything from a 4.37 to 4.51 for Lurry. So who is right? NO ONE. What that scout gets on that player for all of the events is all that matters. I also heard Blake had time in the low 4.4's and Beebe ran as low at high 4.4's so who knows. Again, there is NO official time on any of these guys. What matters is all of these guys could get a shot and for that, all of us Huskie fans wish them the best.
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Actually "official" results were posted for each player.

http://www.niuhuskies.com/services/downl...rables.pdf
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RE: Pro Day Wednesday March 7th
(03-08-2018 10:04 PM)HuskieDave Wrote:  
(03-08-2018 07:44 PM)Bears85 Wrote:  [quote='NIU32' pid='15142235' dateline='1520464298']
Shawun Lurry's official 40-yard dash time clocked in at 4.49, fastest by NIU player. Chad Beebe ran a 4.65, Christian Blake 4.56.

https://twitter.com/jctsports/status/971...85184?s=21


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HAHA, this is laughable at best. The ONLY official time is what that scout gets on that player. I've heard everything from a 4.37 to 4.51 for Lurry. So who is right? NO ONE. What that scout gets on that player for all of the events is all that matters. I also heard Blake had time in the low 4.4's and Beebe ran as low at high 4.4's so who knows. Again, there is NO official time on any of these guys. What matters is all of these guys could get a shot and for that, all of us Huskie fans wish them the best.
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Actually "official" results were posted for each player.

http://www.niuhuskies.com/services/downl...rables.pdf

You obviously are missing the point. An "official result" is only official by the one doing the timing. You most likely had 20 to 30 stop watches going at the same time and I'm sure that there were 20 to 30 different times. So who has the official time? Obviously the one doing the timing. So the Bears scout thinks his time is official (and it is to him) and the Packers scout I'm sure got a different time (and his time is official to him). So hence why you hear so many times on these guys. So if the Bears got Lurry at 4.37 and the Packers got Lurry at 4.48 then to them "Its Official". Who cares what this link says. It's only official to the guy putting out this link.
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RE: Pro Day Wednesday March 7th
(03-08-2018 10:53 PM)Bears85 Wrote:  
(03-08-2018 10:04 PM)HuskieDave Wrote:  
(03-08-2018 07:44 PM)Bears85 Wrote:  [quote='NIU32' pid='15142235' dateline='1520464298']
Shawun Lurry's official 40-yard dash time clocked in at 4.49, fastest by NIU player. Chad Beebe ran a 4.65, Christian Blake 4.56.

https://twitter.com/jctsports/status/971...85184?s=21


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HAHA, this is laughable at best. The ONLY official time is what that scout gets on that player. I've heard everything from a 4.37 to 4.51 for Lurry. So who is right? NO ONE. What that scout gets on that player for all of the events is all that matters. I also heard Blake had time in the low 4.4's and Beebe ran as low at high 4.4's so who knows. Again, there is NO official time on any of these guys. What matters is all of these guys could get a shot and for that, all of us Huskie fans wish them the best.
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Actually "official" results were posted for each player.

http://www.niuhuskies.com/services/downl...rables.pdf

You obviously are missing the point. An "official result" is only official by the one doing the timing. You most likely had 20 to 30 stop watches going at the same time and I'm sure that there were 20 to 30 different times. So who has the official time? Obviously the one doing the timing. So the Bears scout thinks his time is official (and it is to him) and the Packers scout I'm sure got a different time (and his time is official to him). So hence why you hear so many times on these guys. So if the Bears got Lurry at 4.37 and the Packers got Lurry at 4.48 then to them "Its Official". Who cares what this link says. It's only official to the guy putting out this link.

Pretty much. The guy who timed beebe will also be timing someone else tomorrow at another proday. And another the day after that. In theory, his timing accuracy will be consistent whether it's high or low, and he can then measure beebe's speed relative to other pro day wide receivers.

But there's enough of a trend to get a pretty good idea. Lurry faster than Blake who's faster than Beebe.
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RE: Pro Day Wednesday March 7th
(03-08-2018 10:53 PM)Bears85 Wrote:  
(03-08-2018 10:04 PM)HuskieDave Wrote:  
(03-08-2018 07:44 PM)Bears85 Wrote:  [quote='NIU32' pid='15142235' dateline='1520464298']
Shawun Lurry's official 40-yard dash time clocked in at 4.49, fastest by NIU player. Chad Beebe ran a 4.65, Christian Blake 4.56.

https://twitter.com/jctsports/status/971...85184?s=21


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HAHA, this is laughable at best. The ONLY official time is what that scout gets on that player. I've heard everything from a 4.37 to 4.51 for Lurry. So who is right? NO ONE. What that scout gets on that player for all of the events is all that matters. I also heard Blake had time in the low 4.4's and Beebe ran as low at high 4.4's so who knows. Again, there is NO official time on any of these guys. What matters is all of these guys could get a shot and for that, all of us Huskie fans wish them the best.
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Actually "official" results were posted for each player.

http://www.niuhuskies.com/services/downl...rables.pdf

You obviously are missing the point. An "official result" is only official by the one doing the timing. You most likely had 20 to 30 stop watches going at the same time and I'm sure that there were 20 to 30 different times. So who has the official time? Obviously the one doing the timing. So the Bears scout thinks his time is official (and it is to him) and the Packers scout I'm sure got a different time (and his time is official to him). So hence why you hear so many times on these guys. So if the Bears got Lurry at 4.37 and the Packers got Lurry at 4.48 then to them "Its Official". Who cares what this link says. It's only official to the guy putting out this link.

I didn't miss your point, however, no matter the range of times for any individual run, only one time is correct. Frankly, your point is completely valid and the reason why anything that isn't electronically timed is very hard to evaluate.
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RE: Pro Day Wednesday March 7th
(03-09-2018 01:56 PM)HuskieDave Wrote:  
(03-08-2018 10:53 PM)Bears85 Wrote:  
(03-08-2018 10:04 PM)HuskieDave Wrote:  
(03-08-2018 07:44 PM)Bears85 Wrote:  [quote='NIU32' pid='15142235' dateline='1520464298']
Shawun Lurry's official 40-yard dash time clocked in at 4.49, fastest by NIU player. Chad Beebe ran a 4.65, Christian Blake 4.56.

https://twitter.com/jctsports/status/971...85184?s=21


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HAHA, this is laughable at best. The ONLY official time is what that scout gets on that player. I've heard everything from a 4.37 to 4.51 for Lurry. So who is right? NO ONE. What that scout gets on that player for all of the events is all that matters. I also heard Blake had time in the low 4.4's and Beebe ran as low at high 4.4's so who knows. Again, there is NO official time on any of these guys. What matters is all of these guys could get a shot and for that, all of us Huskie fans wish them the best.
[/quote

Actually "official" results were posted for each player.

http://www.niuhuskies.com/services/downl...rables.pdf

You obviously are missing the point. An "official result" is only official by the one doing the timing. You most likely had 20 to 30 stop watches going at the same time and I'm sure that there were 20 to 30 different times. So who has the official time? Obviously the one doing the timing. So the Bears scout thinks his time is official (and it is to him) and the Packers scout I'm sure got a different time (and his time is official to him). So hence why you hear so many times on these guys. So if the Bears got Lurry at 4.37 and the Packers got Lurry at 4.48 then to them "Its Official". Who cares what this link says. It's only official to the guy putting out this link.

I didn't miss your point, however, no matter the range of times for any individual run, only one time is correct. Frankly, your point is completely valid and the reason why anything that isn't electronically timed is very hard to evaluate.

I agree 100%. All of these pro days should be electronically timed. It's not hard at all to set up a laser finish. Even the Indy combine isn't completely electronic. It is hand held at the beginning then electronic at the finish. If they did that at each pro day, then everyone would be on an even playing field. The only difference would be the surface of each indoor facility. But that's a completely different debate.
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RE: Pro Day Wednesday March 7th
(03-08-2018 11:13 PM)Rabid Squirrel Wrote:  
(03-08-2018 10:53 PM)Bears85 Wrote:  
(03-08-2018 10:04 PM)HuskieDave Wrote:  
(03-08-2018 07:44 PM)Bears85 Wrote:  [quote='NIU32' pid='15142235' dateline='1520464298']
Shawun Lurry's official 40-yard dash time clocked in at 4.49, fastest by NIU player. Chad Beebe ran a 4.65, Christian Blake 4.56.

https://twitter.com/jctsports/status/971...85184?s=21


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HAHA, this is laughable at best. The ONLY official time is what that scout gets on that player. I've heard everything from a 4.37 to 4.51 for Lurry. So who is right? NO ONE. What that scout gets on that player for all of the events is all that matters. I also heard Blake had time in the low 4.4's and Beebe ran as low at high 4.4's so who knows. Again, there is NO official time on any of these guys. What matters is all of these guys could get a shot and for that, all of us Huskie fans wish them the best.
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Actually "official" results were posted for each player.

http://www.niuhuskies.com/services/downl...rables.pdf

You obviously are missing the point. An "official result" is only official by the one doing the timing. You most likely had 20 to 30 stop watches going at the same time and I'm sure that there were 20 to 30 different times. So who has the official time? Obviously the one doing the timing. So the Bears scout thinks his time is official (and it is to him) and the Packers scout I'm sure got a different time (and his time is official to him). So hence why you hear so many times on these guys. So if the Bears got Lurry at 4.37 and the Packers got Lurry at 4.48 then to them "Its Official". Who cares what this link says. It's only official to the guy putting out this link.

Pretty much. The guy who timed beebe will also be timing someone else tomorrow at another proday. And another the day after that. In theory, his timing accuracy will be consistent whether it's high or low, and he can then measure beebe's speed relative to other pro day wide receivers.

But there's enough of a trend to get a pretty good idea. Lurry faster than Blake who's faster than Beebe.

Well said.
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