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Must be entered in this format: FIIE, Feet, Inches, Eighths, so 5'9 1/2" would be 5094, while 6' even would be 6000.  
In pounds.  
In seconds, rounded to the nearest hundredth, so 4.57 for example.  
In seconds, rounded to the nearest hundredth, so 2.57 for example. Generally around 60% of the 20 split.  
In seconds, rounded to the nearest hundredth, so 1.57 for example. Generally around 60% of the 20 split.  
Measured in inches, rounded to the nearest half inch.  
Must be entered in this format: FFII, Feet, Inches, so 10'1 inch is 1001 while 7' 10" is 710.  
In seconds, rounded to the nearest hundredth, so 4.57 for example.  
In seconds, rounded to the nearest hundredth, so 7.57 for example.  
Relative Athletic Score
2020 RAS  0  @Mathbomb    

Composite Size Grade :  Composite Speed Grade :  
Metric  Mez  RAS  Metric  Mez  RAS  
Height  40 yd dash  
Weight  20 split  
Bench  10 split  
Composite Explosion Grade :  Composite Agility Grade :  
Vertical  Shuttle  
Broad  3Cone 
RAS WriteUp for
Note that all measurements are compared to players from 19872020 but are not part of the dataset, so if you have the highest or lowest score you may see a result like "198 out of 197" or something to that effect.
This player not have enough recorded metrics to qualify for a Relative Athletic Score. To qualify, a player must have a total of six recorded metrics from any of the following: Height, Weight, Forty yard dash, Twenty yard split, Ten yard split, Bench Press, Vertical Jump, Broad Jump, Short Shuttle, 3Cone.
We do not have an officially recorded height for this player.
We do not have an officially recorded weight for this player.
We do not have a recorded forty yard dash for this player.
We do not have a recorded bennch press for this player.
We do not have a recorded vertical jump for this player.
We do not have a recorded broad jump for this player.
We do not have a recorded shuttle time for this player.
We do not have a recorded cone time for this player.