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Saquon Barkley, RB, Penn State
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buno67


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 01, 2017 11:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

IDOG_det wrote:
smokeybandit wrote:
Video of Barkley running the 40 last week

https://twitter.com/PennStateFball/status/836951916412305409
I opened the video up in quick time to measure it. It's hard to tell what the full 40 is because you can't see the finish line, but I stopped it when they stopped it and also got 4.33 for his 40. I also got 1.55 for his first 10 and 2.62 for his first 20.


Zeke last year at the combine ran those splits. His 10 was 1.58 and his 20 was 2.62. he ended up running a 4.47 40.

So I don't know about that 4.33 speed or your timing ability lol
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 01, 2017 11:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

buno67 wrote:
IDOG_det wrote:
smokeybandit wrote:
Video of Barkley running the 40 last week

https://twitter.com/PennStateFball/status/836951916412305409
I opened the video up in quick time to measure it. It's hard to tell what the full 40 is because you can't see the finish line, but I stopped it when they stopped it and also got 4.33 for his 40. I also got 1.55 for his first 10 and 2.62 for his first 20.


Zeke last year at the combine ran those splits. His 10 was 1.58 and his 20 was 2.62. he ended up running a 4.47 40.

So I don't know about that 4.33 speed or your timing ability lol
I'm not hand timing it. I scroll through the frames and stop the video the moment he lifts up his hand (that's when the run officially starts). I mark that point in the video (0.64 seconds into the video in this case) and then subtract that time from the point in the video where he finishes the run or when he gets to 10 yards, 20 yards, etc. to find how fast he ran. The only way this method can be incorrect is if you start it at the wrong time, end it at the wrong time, or if frames are removed from the video (I didn't notice any). There can also be a small standard deviation depending on the frame rate of the video.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 02, 2017 4:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Danger wrote:
Reportedly ran a 4.33.

Kid has ample size at 5'11" 233 and good agility to boot. Complete package in my opinion. Sometimes he does struggle if the opposing defense puts 8 in the box.


I doubt he has that sort of speed. Barkley looks more like a high 4.4/low 4.5 guy. But what he lacks in blazing speed, he more than makes up for in terms of power, vision, agility, and acceleration.

Best RB prospect I've seen since Adrian Peterson.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 02, 2017 5:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

[quote="VanS"]
Danger wrote:
Reportedly ran a 4.33.

Kid has ample size at 5'11" 233 and good agility to boot. Complete package in my opinion. Sometimes he does struggle if the opposing defense puts 8 in the box.


I doubt he has that sort of speed. Barkley looks more like a high 4.4/low 4.5 guy. But what he lacks in blazing speed, he more than makes up for in terms of power, vision, agility, and acceleration.

Best RB prospect I've seen since Adrian Peterson.[/quote]

Maybe not that far, but Barkley is better than zeke as a prospect IMO.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 02, 2017 7:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

IDOG_det wrote:
buno67 wrote:
IDOG_det wrote:
smokeybandit wrote:
Video of Barkley running the 40 last week

https://twitter.com/PennStateFball/status/836951916412305409
I opened the video up in quick time to measure it. It's hard to tell what the full 40 is because you can't see the finish line, but I stopped it when they stopped it and also got 4.33 for his 40. I also got 1.55 for his first 10 and 2.62 for his first 20.


Zeke last year at the combine ran those splits. His 10 was 1.58 and his 20 was 2.62. he ended up running a 4.47 40.

So I don't know about that 4.33 speed or your timing ability lol
I'm not hand timing it. I scroll through the frames and stop the video the moment he lifts up his hand (that's when the run officially starts). I mark that point in the video (0.64 seconds into the video in this case) and then subtract that time from the point in the video where he finishes the run or when he gets to 10 yards, 20 yards, etc. to find how fast he ran. The only way this method can be incorrect is if you start it at the wrong time, end it at the wrong time, or if frames are removed from the video (I didn't notice any). There can also be a small standard deviation depending on the frame rate of the video.


Im just saying. One of those things arent the same. Just saying he really didnt run a 4.3 40 or he has some godly gear that he got even faster at the 25/30 mark. Also prolly doesnt help in the video you dont see him cross the line. That could be a difference but who knows
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 02, 2017 10:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

buno67 wrote:
IDOG_det wrote:
buno67 wrote:
IDOG_det wrote:
smokeybandit wrote:
Video of Barkley running the 40 last week

https://twitter.com/PennStateFball/status/836951916412305409
I opened the video up in quick time to measure it. It's hard to tell what the full 40 is because you can't see the finish line, but I stopped it when they stopped it and also got 4.33 for his 40. I also got 1.55 for his first 10 and 2.62 for his first 20.


Zeke last year at the combine ran those splits. His 10 was 1.58 and his 20 was 2.62. he ended up running a 4.47 40.

So I don't know about that 4.33 speed or your timing ability lol
I'm not hand timing it. I scroll through the frames and stop the video the moment he lifts up his hand (that's when the run officially starts). I mark that point in the video (0.64 seconds into the video in this case) and then subtract that time from the point in the video where he finishes the run or when he gets to 10 yards, 20 yards, etc. to find how fast he ran. The only way this method can be incorrect is if you start it at the wrong time, end it at the wrong time, or if frames are removed from the video (I didn't notice any). There can also be a small standard deviation depending on the frame rate of the video.


Im just saying. One of those things arent the same. Just saying he really didnt run a 4.3 40 or he has some godly gear that he got even faster at the 25/30 mark. Also prolly doesnt help in the video you dont see him cross the line. That could be a difference but who knows
It's possible the frame rate was off as well. Not a perfect science.
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