# Danny Noonan Relative Athletic Score

Danny Noonan | 1987 RAS | 10 | @Mathbomb | DT | Nebraska | |||
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Composite Size Grade : | Good | Composite Speed Grade : | Elite | ||||

Metric | Mez | RAS | Metric | Mez | RAS | ||

Height | 6030 | 6.47 | 40 yd dash | 4.82 | 9.29 | ||

Weight | 274 | 7.06 | 20 split | 2.76 | 9.29 | ||

Bench | 10 split | 1.65 | 9.29 | ||||

Composite Explosion Grade : | Elite | Composite Agility Grade : | |||||

Vertical | 32 | 10 | Shuttle | 4.38 | 10 | ||

Broad | 907 | 10 | 3-Cone |

# RAS Write-Up for Danny Noonan

Danny Noonan was a DT prospect and was drafted with pick 12 of round 1 by the Cowboys out of Nebraska in the 1987 draft class.

He scored a 10 Relative Athletic Score out of a possible 10.0. RAS is a composite metric on a 0 to 10 scale based on the average of all of the percentile for each of the metrics the player completed either at the Combine or pro day. This rated 1 out of 14 DTs from 1987 to 1987.

He measured out with a height of 6030 that season, recorded as ABBC where A is feet, B is inches, and C is eights of an inch. This equals 6 feet, 03 and 0/8 inches tall. In straight inches, it is 75 inches tall and it is equal to 190.5 centimeters tall. For RAS, this all corresponds to a score of 6.47 out of 10.00, ranking 7 out of 17 players with a recorded height at the DT position from 1987 to 1987.His arm length was recorded as 32.25. His hand size was recorded as 9.75.

He measured out with a weight of 274 that season, recorded in pounds. This equals 124.55 kilograms. For RAS, this all corresponds to a score of 6.47 out of 10.00, ranking 6 out of 17 players with a recorded weight at the DT position from 1987 to 1987. Based on his weight, he has a projected 40 yard dash time of 4.95. This is caluclated by taking 0.00554 multiplied by his weight and then adding 3.433.

At the Combine, he recorded a 40 yard dash of 4.82 seconds, a difference of -0.13 from his projected time. For RAS, this all corresponds to a score of 9.29 out of 10.00, ranking 2 out of 14 players with a recorded forty yard dash at the DT position from 1987 to 1987. Using Bill Barnwell`s calculation, this Combine 40 time gave him a Speed Score of 101.53.

At the Combine, he recorded a 20 yard split of 4.82. For RAS, this all corresponds to a score of 9.29 out of 10.00, ranking 2 out of 14 players with a recorded forty yard dash at the DT position from 1987 to 1987.

At the Combine, he recorded a 10 yard split of 1.65 seconds. For RAS, this all corresponds to a score of 9.29 out of 10.00, ranking 2 out of 14 players with a recorded ten yard split at the DT position from 1987 to 1987.

We do not have an officially recorded bennch press for this player at the time of the draft.

At the Combine, he was able to put up a 32 inch vertical jump. For RAS, this is equal to a score of 10 out of 10.00, ranking 1 out of 12 players with a recorded vertical jump at the DT position from 1987 to 1987.

At the Combine, he broad jumped 9 feet and 7 inches. For RAS, this is equal to a score of 10 out of 10.00, ranking 1 out of 12 players with a recorded broad jump at the DT position from 1987 to 1987.

At the Combine, he was able run a 4.38 second 5-10-5 short shuttle time. For RAS, this is equal to a score of 10 out of 10.00, ranking 1 out of 12 players with a recorded shuttle time at the DT position from 1987 to 1987.

We do not have an officially recorded cone time for this player at the time of the draft.