Jered Kenny @jeredkenny2020
College Position Projection - Safety
San Ramon Valley HS
Player Key Physical Stats
2020 Jered Kenny @jeredkenny2020
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!
Level of Play 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.
Division 1AA – FCS HS Prospects – (3.5 – 4.4)
*3.5 – 4.4 – (Level of Play (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)
*Jared’s MFE-Index Level of Play Rating = 4.4 FCS Impact Player – Early Starter
Skill Set Breakdown
DB Profile Evaluation relating to level of play through the lens of a College Coach:
FCS DB – Safety
Physical Measurables: Key Stats:
- Height: 5’11” – 6’1” 40yd: 4.5.5 – 4.6
- Weight: 180 lbs. – 190lbs. Bench: 270 lbs. – 280bs Squat: 365 lbs. – 385lbs
Coach Keys: *Physical Impact– Not quite the FBS level elite athlete, but coaches believe they can coach and skills are present, physical, aggressive, twitchy & fearless full of confidence and a fierce competitor *Versatile Efficiency– Displays the ability to play multiple zone coverages with high Football IQ as well as lock down man coverage from multiple points of departure by WR. *Ability in Space– Displays the ability to fly to the alley or force the edge in run support and is fearless when attached to the box. / *Demonstrates High Level Ability – Multi-year starter, All Conference player with National camp exposure.
*Phase 1 – Physical Profile: (Verified #’s for all athletes to get an accurate evaluation of core strength and explosive speed)
Position Specific Key Stats – (We will update Jered’s numbers when verified verified numbers!)
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) – 4.65
*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) –
*Broad Jump – (Measurement of Athletes Explosive Hip Strength) –
*Bench Press –
*Power Clean –
*Phase 2 – Competition Phase – (Completed for all athletes to get an accurate evaluation of effort, competitive edge and Level of Play.)
*Athletes Competitive edge: Jered is very mature in the secondary – he is physical as a run support safety competing in the box and effective in space as a cover guy and setting the edge on run support. He displays a confident edgy style that will transfer to the college game.
*Football IQ: Jered demonstrates a very high Football IQ. Video demonstrates his ability to adjust secondary to offensive formations – he demonstrates the ability to read and diagnose routes and instinctively breaks on the QB’s front shoulder & elbow.
*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 – Jered is competing at the #2 Ranked State:
No. 2 pro | No. 3 college | No. 2 high school: The Golden State has seven DI teams, nine Heismans, eight national titles, one NFL title, one AFL title, eight Super Bowl wins and 15 pro Hall of Famers.
Safety Performance Evaluation Skill Set Breakdown
Position Specific Evaluation Criteria:
4 – levels of Rating:
1 – Elite Level – Video demonstration of the athlete performing the skill at an elite level.
2 – High Level – Video demonstration of athlete performing the skill / fundamental at a high level.
3 – Adequate Level – Video demonstration of athlete performing the skill / fundamental at a functional level needing work but adequate.
4 – Developmental Level – Video demonstration of athletes performing the skill / fundamental at a developmental level needing work.
Individual Position Specific 6-Point Evaluation: (we will use the 4 levels of skill rating for each of the position specific skill sets.)
*Size / Explosive Strength / Functional Speed
Jered presents a Adequate Level physical profile, High Level display of linear speed and High Level natural instincts, High Level display of change of direction skills, and High Level COBP—burst coming out of his pedal.
*KEY & DIAGNOSE
Jered displays Elite Level route recognition, High Level ball reactions, High Level discipline/awareness in zone coverage, Elite Level ability to read/recognize combo routes, and High Level ability to locate ball on misdirections.
*COVERAGE ADJUSTMENTS TO PG’S & FORMATIONS
Jered displays High Level ability to recognize formations and adjustments, High Level effective communicatIon to defensive mates.
Jered displays High Level perimeter force run support, High Level ability to run the alley for force, High Level ability to defend the interior run in assigned gap/cutback/bounce, High Level ability to play off blockers, High Level toughness/effectiveness as a hitter & tackler, and High Level speed/pursuit ability.
Jered displays Elite Level ability to track the ball in flight, High Level timing of jumps, High Level ability to play the ball at high point.
Jered displays High Level ability to cover area with ball in air, High Level to CLOSE— closing on man after he makes his final move—both short and deep, High Level BACK PEDAL— smoothness, quickness, explosion, balance, staying low, and High Level PLAYING SPEED— ability to cover man to man, distance covered after ball is in air, pursuit ability in run support.
*MAN TO MAN COVER ABILITY
Jered displays High Level back pedal, High Level feet hip & body turn, High Level ability to accelerate short & deep, High Level ability to run with receivers, Developing Level matching of hands when in press, in phase, or trail, Developing Level jam and control at LOS.
*ZONE COVER ABILITY
Jered displays High Level adjustments to zone, Elite Level discipline & awareness in zone, High Level range, closing quickness, cover principles within zone, and a High Level ability to play with cushion and close.
Jered displays High Level ability to win vs Slot or RB in the screen game, High Level ability to win vs Slot or RB in the slot as receiver, High Level to match and travel with a Slot or RB when motion occurs, and High Level physical ability to insert into pressure packages with Blitz on 3rd down.
*Physicality, Toughness, Effort
Jered displays Elite Level competitive edge, Elite Level effort to the echo of the whistle, Elite Level hustle when play is away to get involved in play & visual on film, Elite Level aggressive-physical- toughness with high energy player, and Elite Level commitment to skill set development.
*Strengths include – Jered demonstrates great instincts – He sees the play develop and demonstrates the ability to react quickly and accurately. Jered presents a mature confident skill set that shows up on video and will transfer to the college game.
*Criteria of developmental focus – Focus on man to man skill set – College level WR’s in Slot will be very active with the ability to win in space. Jered will need to polish his man to man techniques as he matures the next 2 years.
*Moving Forward – Continued focus on core strength and explosive speed. Skill and instruction camps important as well as early exposure to get on the radar of college coaches.