FAQ

What is the “Explosive” stat?

The “Explosive” stat determines a players athletic ability using their combine results, pro day results, height, weight, and age. The combine and its drills are a even playing field that allows us to look at a players measurables without bias. Players come from all parts of the country at different levels of play. The combine numbers put everyone on the same playing field. It is a test and a good indicator of future potential.

What is the “Havoc” stat?

The “Havoc” stat determines a players college productivity using their college stats and level of competition. The “Havoc” stat is a good indicator of performance per play. College production is paramount when you are looking at a prospect. This stat is a good indicator of a players playing ability at this moment.

What is the “BPA” stat?

The “BPA” stat is an average of the two previous stats. You combine a players production which shows you how good of a player he is at this very moment. Plus you add his athletic ability which shows how much potential he has then you have the best player available.