RAS Metrics Download

It’s finally here! The new RAS Metrics is now in open Beta Testing.

After more than six years of research, countless hours of data entry and verification, and several hundred hours of coding and testing, we are able to provide RAS Metrics and Scout Hub to the masses. This program is free for all to use, though like any creator we ask for proper attribution if anything is used for publication or profit.

The program is only usable on Windows at this time, but that will change in the very near future (need a working Mac to compile the installer).

In it’s current form, RAS will allow you to review player measurements and scores from 1987 until 2018, as well as accessing the link repository that I hope will grow exponentially in the coming months. The Scout Hub features include the skeleton report, a bare bones scouting report that you can use to put down your thoughts on players as you prepare for the 2019 draft season or review players currently in the NFL. These reports will soon be writable in various formats so you can better share your voice on player evaluations. There’s a slew of other content coming, too much to list here.

I sincerely hope you enjoy this tool and hope it furthers your own draft evaluation skills.

Cost: Free!

I’m not charging for the tool and hope to never do so on the desktop. It’s taken a considerable amount of time and effort to put this together, and I will certainly welcome any donations to my PayPal so I can continue to provide player measurements from both combine and pro day for as long as you maniacs are still interested in this information. I will likely end up donating most of what is offered, but will use some of it to keep this project moving forward.

Download

You’ve read all of my victory lap above, or at least skimmed past it, so here’s the bit you’re looking for:

RAS Metrics (Windows)

Updated 11/4/18: Data patch making all scores more accurate. Removed a couple dozen duplicates and cleaned up the data for accuracy. Created the custom cards and reworked the code for the tools page for running the code. A few aesthetic updates to the cards and menus.  The ADMIN button is still available on the main menu, but shouldn’t be used. I was going to remove it, but I still need it for the last data patches and to correct run order.

Instructions and Troubleshooting

Download the file using the link above. There is no installer, it’s just a zipped folder with the application all ready to go. Simply unzip the folder to wherever you like and then run the RAS Metrics application. You can move the included shortcut to wherever is most convenient for you.

The Menu should be the first thing you see when you open the application. The background should be black, as shown here, and show data in the table. If that is not the case, close the application and report the issue as this means the database is not being loaded properly.

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If there are any other issues, you can contact me @MathBomb on Twitter or at kent.platte@gmail.com.

8 thoughts on “RAS Metrics Download

    1. I’m sorry you couldn’t download, I’m assuming you have a Mac? (It only works on Windows right now).

      Amari Coleman posted a 7.45 RAS officially, with below average size and 10 split, but good numbers pretty much everywhere else.

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  1. Hi ya Kent- I just want to make sure I am doing this right to get the updates- so for the not so smart of us (me)- do I just download the update file or do I have to do something else? I am also not sure what to do to when d’loading the updated database- does it just go to the program? I can see both of the downloaded files in my d’load file just not sure what to do with them. Sorry if these are stupid questions!

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    1. No worries, it’s my job to make these things understandable!

      I’m still working on making the updates work automatically, I’ve got most of the code working but there’s a few fatal problems yet.

      The app is in a zip file, and all you need to do is extract it. Once you’ve downloaded the file, right click on it and select “Extract All”. Then pick wherever you want to store the file (I’m lazy and store all my stuff on the desktop, lol). Whenever you update, you just do the same thing and answer yes to overwrite the files. It will overwrite any files that were updated and add any new ones, nice and clean.

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      1. okay got it, thanks. Extracting now to my desktop- that is where I store all my frequently used icons and stuff as well. So should I make a new RAS Icon from that file or will the old one pick up the update?

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      2. My screen looks like it should, but when I enter a name nothing happens. And when I hit the filter button all the info that was there goes away and hitting the filter button does not make it go away. I will email you a screen shot

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