Rodney “Tyler” Hudson @bruhtyler18
College Positon Projection - WR / Returner
Klein Oak High School
Player Key Physical Stats
2019 Rodney “Tyler” Hudson @bruhtyler18
Recommended Level of Play: FBS Scholarship Athlete - Explosive Player - Great Catch Radius - Strong and Physical - Elite Level ball skills and will compete to WIN the 1 on 1's - Big time Competitor!
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 1 – FBS HS Prospects – (4.5 – 7.0)
*6.1 – 6.4 – Impact-Prospect at Primary Position – (Composite Ranking 5.8-6.0 Rivals / ESPN.com 4-Stars – 80-89 / 247Sports 98-100) / (6.0 = Early Starter & Contributor / 6.4 = Immediate Starter.)
*Tyler’s MFE-Index Level of Play Rating 6.0 = Early Starter & Contributor
2019 Rodney “Tyler” Hudson – 247 Sports 3 STAR WR 17th in the state of TX, 111th in the country and 121st in TX all positions. Lone Star Prospects #10 receiver in the class of 2019
Skill Set Breakdown
WR Profile Evaluation relating to level of play through the lens of a College Coach:
Physical Measurables: Key Stats:
- Height: 6’2″ – 6’5” 40yd: 4.5 or better on Beam!
- Weight: 190 lbs. – 210lbs. Bench: 235 lbs. – 250lbs Squat: 315 lbs. – 335lbs+
Coach Keys: *Physical Impact– Must be an elite athlete, presenting a constant threat to the Defense 100% of the time / *Versatile Efficiency– Displays the ability to come off the L.O.S. with an instant release, low pad level and zero to little wasted movement / *Ability in Space– Displays an initial burst stemming the DB with great level change of hips, speed changes, hand control and escape strikes vs. DB as well great ball skills and hand strength with a willingness to block / *Demonstrates High Level Ability – Multi-year starter, All State & National recognition from recruiting media and Premier National Camp & Combine presence helpful
*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 Tyler‘s numbers as they are 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) –
*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: Tyler demonstrates an elite level competitive edge. He is physical, athletic, fights for every ball and is a tough match up for CB’s.
*Football IQ: Tyler demonstrates the ability to stack a DB, stick a route break as well as stem a route. He works to create separation from the DB as well as hunts the turf for windows. He understands coverage concepts and visualizes the coverage vulnerability.
*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 – Tyler is competing in the #1 Ranked State:
No. 4 pro | No. 1 college | No. 1 high school: The Lone Star State has 10 DI teams, six Heismans*, six national titles**, three AFL titles***, five Super Bowl wins and 24 pro Hall of Famers****.
WR Evaluation Criteria:
4 – Levels of Play Rating:
1 – Elite Level – 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 – 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 – 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 – 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.
Tyler displays High Level physical profile, High Level core strength, High Level explosiveness off ball, High Level ability to pick and slide & stress a defense in space, High Level linear top end speed.
* Initial Quicks
Tyler displays High Level quickness and athleticism, High Level acceleration, High Level sprint mechanics, and High Level ability to accelerate.
* Physical – Aggressive Play
Tyler 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, and Elite Level commitment to skill set development.
* Hands & Body Control & Adjustments to Ball
Tyler displays Elite Level catch radius with strong hands extending away from body outside of his frame to make catch, Elite Level ability to track the ball well, Elite Level competing and adjusting to the challenge of a contested ball in traffic, Elite Level ability to flash hands and snatch the ball!
*Release / Coverage Recognition / Route Running
Tyler displays Elite Level ability to stem route, Elite Level ability to leverage stack defenders and create separation, Elite Level ability setting up the top of his stem with a stick, High Level ability to change speed and break, and High Level ability to create separation.
*Run after Catch
Tyler displays Elite Level ability to play quick from catch to tuck with an aggressive pushing the ball up the field, High Level lateral movement, High Level style through traffic, and High Level in making 1st man miss.
* Block Desire
Tyler displays High Level willingness to participate and engage in the run game as a perimeter blocker, High Level ability to strike with hands, High Level ability to play with a good base, High Level ability to sustain and shield defender through the echo of the whistle.
Tyler displays High Level functional display of core strength, High Level functional display of explosive speed, High Level display of first step off the ball, High Level linear burst, High Level ability to be effective in the slot and at the numbers, High Level ability to create 1 on 1 opportunities for the Offense, and High Level ability to be effective in the return game.
*Strengths include – Tyler displays an Elite Level catch radius, Elite level Hands, is an Elite Level competitor when given the 1 on 1 opportunity and relentless worker through the entirety of the route. Very good player!
*Criteria of developmental focus – Continued development of release is important for Tyler as he will see press coverage at the #1 WR. He will need to have that same relentless work ethic focusing on his get off, stem and stack as he prepares this summer.
*Moving Forward – Camp exposure and coach communication for Tyler is important as well as keeping his Coaches and Family involved in the recruiting process. Tyler will be recruited at a high level and developing maturity dealing with college coaches will be a high priority for Tyler. He must have time to practice on his craft.