Have your own say on this year's top NFL Draft Prospects with Fanteractive Player Scouting
25 Feb, 2020
25 Feb, 2020
25 Feb, 2020
With the 2020 NFL Scouting Combine decending upon indianapolis this week, it gives scouts, coaches, and fans a chance to see this year's crop of prospects an up close look. While they have all established a body of work during their college careers, this is their first audition where they will run, jump, throw, and be poked and prodded for several days to check their physical and mental make up.
As fans, Fanteractive gives you the opportunity to sit along side the fans and test your own player evaluation skills. Who impresses you the most? Who is the most physically gifted.
Get started with your own Player Scouting Reports on your favorite player(s)! Here at Fanteractive, we want you to be the "expert!" We give you the opportunity to evaluate athletes and share your own scouting report on their attributes just like the NFL scouts do. Fanteractive's Player Scouting module gives you standard tools and forms to compare your own player scouting reports with others. This is your opportunity to grade individual players and evaluate their positional skill categories.
How much upside do they have in their NFL careers - are they at their full potential or is this just the start of a long Hall of Fame career?
Unlike Twitter or Facebook where your tweets or posts get buried almost as soon as you post it, all of the fans' Player Scouting Reports submissions appear on the player's page so that everyone can review, compare, and share with other fans too! Each of your Scouting Reports will also be available on your own Profile page too so people can see how big of a fan you are! (Your profile page also has links to game reports, season report cards, your Stadium grades for venues you have visited, and much more - Fanteractive is your new home field for all of your sports interaction!)
Fanteractive's Player Analysis format provides a unique experience for you to numerically grade each individual skill of a player with our rating scale. The rating scale functions on a 0.0 to 10.0 scale and runs on a “continuum.” This means the same rating scale applies whether the player is in the Pros, College, High School, or any other level. This allows a player to be judged in context regardless of level. It allows you to line players up at different tiers to compare them. Typical rating scale is (highest score to lowest):
10.0 - 9.5 rating would suggest Hall of Fame to All-Time Great status for a particular attribute.
9.4 - 7.0 rating may suggest the range for the typical professional player.
8.5 - 5.0 rating would represent a typical college player.
7.0 - 2.0 rating would represent a typical high school player.
2.0 - 0.0 rating would be a typical youth or purely recreational talent level.
Along with the numerical grades, you can also write specific comments on any particular attributes as do many scouts do. You can list a players strengths, weaknesses, and an overall analysis. When scouts are describing a player to someone they tend to compare the player with another player's game so we provide a comparison tool as well. Identifying where a player is in his career is another key element of scouting. Whether a player still has untapped potential, is in his prime, or approaching the end tells you a lot about the players' ratings.
So get started on creating your own portfolio of Player Scouting Reports! The more you do the better you become! Share your work with others to prove to them how good of a scouting eye you truly have!
To learn more and how to submit a Player Scouting Report, you can click here to review our tutorial: How To Start a Player Scouting Report
For any NEW USERS, we have added Quick Links below for you to jump right in! Just click on any Player to go right to Scouting Report. If you are not already registered on Fanteractive, you can use your login email and your report will be tagged to your profile automatically!
From the PLAYERS link on Fanteractive, you can get to any player in our database. To make it easier, we have a focused list of some of the top prospects here:
Joe Burrow, QB, Ohio State; Kelly Bryant, QB, Missouri; Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon; Jake Fromm, QB, Georgia; Jalen Hurts, QB, Oklahoma; Brian Lewerke, Michigan State; Jordan Love, QB, Utah State; Cole McDonald, QB, Hawaii; James Morgan, QB, Florida International; Kevin Davidson, QB, Princeton; Steven Montez, QB, Colorado; Shea Patterson, QB, Michigan; Nate Stanley, QB, Iowa; Tua Tuavailoa, QB, Alabama
Chase Claypool, WR, Notre Dame; K.J. Hamler, WR, Penn State; Tee Higgins, WR, Clemson; Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama; Justin Jefferson, WR, LSU; CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma; Denzel Mims, WR, Baylor; Chris Olave, WR, Ohio State; Malcolm Perry, WR, Navy; Henry Ruggs, WR, Alabama; Quez Watkins, WR, Southern Mississippi
Cam Akers, RB, Florida State; AJ Dillon, RB, Boston College; Clyde Edwards-Helaire, RB, LSU; J.K. Dobbins, RB, Ohio State; Anthony McFarland, RB, Maryland; Zach Moss, RB, Utah; D'Andre Swift, RB, Georgia; Jonathan Taylor, RB, Wisconsin
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