2018 NFL Combine Production Analytics Spreadsheet

NFL Scouting Combine 2018

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2018 Senior Bowl Measurement Analysis Spreadsheet


Here is the measurement data spreadsheet for the Senior Bowl Measurements and highlights on the players who met or failed thresholds for high quality outcomes at the position. The only players who raised yellow flags in regards to their ability to become a high quality NFL starter were:

  • Akrum Wadley, RB, Iowa
  • Ito Smith, RB, Southern Mississippi
  • Darrel Williams, RB, LSU
  • Braxton Berrios, WR, Miami (FL)
  • Mike Gesicki, TE, Penn State
  • Dallas Goedert, TE, South Dakota State
  • Jordan Akins, TE, Central Florida
  • Tyler Conklin, TE, Central Michigan
  • Ian Thomas, TE, Indiana
  • Troy Fumagalli, TE, Wisconsin
  • Adam Breneman, TE, Massachusetts
  • Durham Smythe, TE, Notre Dame
  • Kameron Kelly, CB, San Diego State
  • Christian Campbell, CB, Penn State
  • Chandon Sullivan, CB, Georgia State
  • Danny Johnson, CB, Southern
  • Christian LaCouture, DT, LSU
  • Myles Pierce, LB, Citadel
  • Taylor Hearn, OL, Clemson

Special thanks to Eric Galko of Sporting News for reporting the measurement data used for the spreadsheet here

Defensive Market Share Highlights

Here are the defensive players who put up market share performances indicative of a potential All-Pro to Pro Bowl players since the 1989 NFL draft class.

Terms for data are as follows.

MS: Solo Tackle Market Share. Individual solo tackles divided by team total solo tackles.

MSS: Sack Market Share. Individual sacks divided by team total sacks.

MSTFL: TFL market share. Individual tackles for loss divided by team total TFL.

MSINT: INT market share. Individual INTs divided by team total INTs.

MSPD: Pass deflection market share. Individual pass deflections divided by team total PDs.

With this out of the way, here are the players who stuck out the most in the 2017 regular FBS season on defense.






Also safeties who missed the mark, but could be outliers

Remember, the players listed above are not guaranteed to become high quality or even successful NFL players. However, they all share the same data traits of high quality and successful NFL players over the last 20+ seasons.

Use this information to give you some names of prospects you haven’t checked out yet. Or as another layer to an already strong resume for some of them too.