Scouting Service Evaluates Football Recruits General Athleticism

 

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October 17, 2017

On The Right Track: Scouting Service Evaluates Football Recruits General Athleticism

Before he became the NFL’s leading rookie sensation, Kansas City Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt faced scouting report questions about his purportedly “average explosion” and “marginal downhill burst.” Though just a late third-round pick last April, Hunt has become the first player in league history to accrue at least 100 yards from scrimmage in each of his first six career games.

8 Breakthrough Concepts for Better ACL Return to Play Programs – SimpliFaster

By Carl Valle I’m new to anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) rehabilitation and have learned a lot over the last few months while working with some very smart physical therapists and athletic trainers. Although I’ve never had an athlete tear an ACL while under my care, I have had athletes come to work with me with previous ACL injuries.

Houston Dynamo link up with Kitman Labs

The football season can be a long and arduous one. With a minimum of 34 games played by each side, that’s without even the prospect of a further 4 if they’re fortunate enough make the playoffs, it can really take its toll on the players.

In-Season vs Off Season Training for Athletes | Sparta Science

As the television contracts continue to grow and the competitive seasons of sports get longer, the true “off-season training program” has all but become extinct. This phenomenon is not specific to college and professional athletes however; youth athletes feel more pressure to play year-round to help give them a chance to be “seen” and recruited.

High school football game ends after 9 players suffer head injuries

The coach of a Moncton high school football team said his team was forced to forfeit a game on Friday after several of his players suffered head injuries, resulting in at least four showing signs of concussion.

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