Brayden Mullins @b_rayden1

College Position Projection - OG

Ridgeview High School

Clintwood, VA

Player Key Physical Stats

2020 Brayden Mullins @b_rayden1

Recommended Level of Play: FCS 1-AA - D2 Scholarship Athlete - Continued progress upward - very strong athlete - hard working - competitor and Great Team player!

Height: 6'2"

Weight: 265

40 Yard Dash: 4.87

Vertical Jump: 28

Bench: 325

Squat: 510

Evaluation Summary

 

“MFE signature performance evaluation & scoutSMART skillSCORE analytics” 

The MFE-index rating – is an exclusive evaluation using the metrics of individual profile, athletic ability, fundamental display of position mastery and level of play!  

MFE Evaluation Scale: Evaluation of a High School Football player as it relates to Projected Level of Play, Impact at the College Level, Projected College Starter and Post College Projection.

*Resources include 247 Sports, Rivals, ESPN.com level of play rating criteria combined with the MFE-Index +  *100+ years of College coaching and recruiting experience. 

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Division 1AA – FCS HS Prospects – (3.5 – 4.4)

*3.5 – 4.4 – (LOP Rating – 4.4 = FCS Impact Player – Early Starter / LOP Rating 4.0 = FCS Late Starter – Solid Contributor / LOP Rating – 3.5 = Role player – FCS Backup Player – Late Developer)   

Division 2 – HS Prospects – (3.1 – 3.4)

*3.1 – 3.4 – (LOP Rating – 3.4 = D2 Impact Player – Early Starter / LOP Rating 3.1 = D2 Late Starter – Solid Contributor / LOP Rating – Below 3.1 = Role player – D2  Backup Player – Late Developer)   

*Brayden’s MFE-Index Level of Play Rating FCS 3.5 = Role player – FCS Backup Player – Late Developer) / D2 3.4 Impact Player – Early Starter
 

 

Junior Season Why are you a college student-athlete prospect? I am a prospect because I work hard every day in school and on the field. I would love to continue my education.
Sophomore season

Skill Set Breakdown

Offensive Guard Profile Evaluation relating to level of play through the lens of a College Coach:

FCS – D2 – Guard

Physical Measurables:                       Key Stats:

  • Height: 6’2″ – 6’4” 40yd: 5.3 on Beam!
  • Weight: 275 lbs. – 295lbs. Bench: 285 lbs. – 300lbs    Squat: 465 lbs. – 525lbs

Coach Keys: *Physical Impact– Display the consistent aggressive edgy play at the Point of Attack on the LOS. Displays the ability to establish a new LOS with movement on defender. / *Versatile Efficiency– Displays good balance. Displays good pad level and leverage with good knee bend! Displays a good wide base most of the time. Displays the ability to pass set with a good kick set and slide and can mirror the DL with good feet / *Ability in Space– Displays the ability to get to 2ndlevel and win in space with level change of hips and accelerating of feet most of the time / *Demonstrates High Level Ability – Multi-year starter, All Conference player.

*Phase 1 – Physical Profile: (Verified #’s for all athletes to get an accurate evaluation of core strength and explosive speed)

Position Specific Key Stats – Brayden’s numbers are up to date with most recent.

40-yard dash: A measure of off-the-mark quickness and transition to top speed.

Vertical jump: Your vertical jump height and body weight are factored together to assess your peak power.

5-10-5 shuttle (also known as the 20-yard shuttle run): a drill demanding split second changes of posture, direction, and speed.

Kneeling powerball toss: a test designed to measure the ability to develop and deliver coordinated power.

A player’s results in those four exercises, when normalized by weight, gives a number that measures the player’s power, agility, speed, explosiveness, and overall athleticism.

*40 – Yard(Measurement of Athlete’s Linear Speed) – 4.87

*Pro Shuttle – 5-10-5(Measurement of Athletes Change of Direction and Level Change of Hips) – 

*L-Drill(Measurement run to evaluate the agility, quickness and fluidity of movement) –  

*Vertical Jump(Measurement of Athletes Explosive Quad Strength) – 28

*Broad Jump(Measurement of Athletes Explosive Hip Strength) – 

*Bench Press – 325

*Squat – 510

*Power Clean

*Powerball

*Phase 2 – Competition Phase – (Completed for all athletes to get an accurate evaluation of effort, competitive edge and Level of Play.)

*Athletes Competitive edge: Brayden continues to compete with an aggressive, edgy style of play to the echo of the whistle. His core strength and ability to transfer to battle at the LOS is impressive.

*Football IQ: Brayden is a 2 way player at OG & DT. Identifying fronts, locating target when pulling and his ability to get to the 2nd level continue to improve. He is a sound, strong, physical DT controlling he gap.

*LOP – (Level of Play): We have developed a LOP (Level of Play high rating State-by State as a guide for our MFE Evaluators.) / (resource – MaxPreps, ESPN, SBNation) 

MaxPreps Xcellent 25 – Brayden is competing at the #13 Ranked State: 

13. Virginia
No. 22 pro | No. 14 college | No. 8 high school: Old Dominion has two DI teams and seven pro Hall of Famers.

OG Performance Evaluation Skill Set Breakdown

4 – Levels of Play Rating: Scale rating (1 – 9)

1 – Elite Level – (8-9: FCS Athlete / Elite FCS Athlete) Video demonstration of the athlete performing the position specific skill criteria and technique at an elite level. Physical Profile at or above the preferred size metric determining level of play scale. Speed, knee bend, quickness and hip flexibility at or above preferred numbers or range metric determine level of play scale.

2 – High Level – (6-7: FBS Athlete / High Level D2 Athlete / Elite D3 Athlete only lacking profile size) Video demonstration of the athlete performing the position specific skill criteria and technique at a high level. Physical Profile at the preferred size metric determining level of play scale. Speed, knee bend, quickness and hip flexibility at preferred numbers or range metric determining level of play scale.

3 – Adequate Level – (4-5: D2 Athlete / High Level NAIA Athlete / D3 Athlete) Video demonstration of the athlete performing the position specific skill criteria and technique at a fundamental and functional level needing work but adequate. Physical Profile at or near the preferred size metric determining level of play scale. Speed, knee bend, quickness and hip flexibility at or near preferred numbers or range metric determining level of play scale.

4 – Developmental Level – (1 – 3: D3 Athlete / Low Level NAIA Athlete) Video demonstration of the athlete performing the position specific skill criteria and technique at a developmental level needing work. Physical Profile below the preferred size metric determining level of play scale. Speed, knee bend, quickness and hip flexibility below preferred numbers or range metric determining level of play scale.

 

*Size/Strength/Speed:

Brayden displays High Level to Adequate Level physical profile, High Level core strength, High Level athletic ability relating to movement and ability to redirect instinctively, and High Level to Adequate Level ability to move on the edge or at 2nd level.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*2nd Level/Space Play: *Ability to climb 2nd level

Brayden demonstrates High Level ability to take sound angles to second level defenders, High Level ability to cut off the angel of the defender, High Level to Adequate Level ability to level change of hips in space when closing on target, High Level accelerating feet enabling movement and redirect in space, and High Level to Adequate Level ability to come to balance in space.  (*Primary offseason focus will be on Hip flexibility.) 

 

 

 

 

 

*Awareness:

Brayden displays High Level instincts and read ability, High Level  football vision, High Level ability to see flow and surface movement, and High Level point of attack speed. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*Explosive at Point of Attack: Explosion/Power

Brayden demonstrates High Level functional display of strength, High Level functional display of speed, High Level to Adequate Level ability to generate maximum power at the point of attack, High Level establishing a solid inline power base, High Level to Adequate Level effort to play with leverage, High Level ability to deliver a strike. (*Leverage and pad level attention when making contact as a puller.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*RUN BLOCK

Brayden demonstrates the ability of a High Level 1st step advantage to gain leverage, High Level explosive power, High Level ability to play big, High Level to Adequate Level lateral agility, High Level quick hands to get inside, High Level ability to run feet on contact, High Level ability to gain position and sustain contact

 

 

 

 

 

 

*USE OF HANDS

Brayden is a High Level strong hands player, Brayden can shock a target, Brayden can latch and control defender, Brayden demonstrates the ability of hands quick to gain position, and Brayden can replace hands if knocked off.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*Quick Set vs Power Rush – Deep Set vs Speed Rush / Pass Protection:

Brayden demonstrates High Level to Adequate Level ability to quick set vs DL pass rush, High Level to Adequate Level ability to deep kick set vs the speed rush, High Level locking and loading of hands shooting only when the defender shoots hands, High Level ability to absorb a power rush, and High Level to Adequate Level display of a solid post foot. 

 

 

 

Summary 

ATHLETIC ABILITY

Adequate Level quickness to give him an advantage, Brayden is  coordinated, Brayden demonstrates body control, Brayden is fluid & tite moving.

*Strengths include – Brayden demonstrates good feet, vision and instincts at the OG/DT position. He is hard working, blue collar and with his senior off-season ahead of him to continue to develop and mature.   

*Criteria of developmental focus – Continued focus is hip flexibility and knee bend. Very important to college coaches to win the leverage battle and working on flexibility and knee bend critical.  

*Moving Forward – Off-Season development of explosive strength and great core flexibility.  

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