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The 2019 NFL Combine has officially come to a close. We’ll take a look at which prospects helped their value, hurt their value, and who showed us what we expected. This article will not go into detail on whether or not NFL Combine metrics should be used to predict fantasy football success. Instead, I want to present to you the best performers, worst performers, and some guys that deserve more of a look based on their current ADP.
We will be using @MathBomb's RAS metrics throughout this article so it's good you understand how to interpret the graphics I'll present. RAS allows you to compare current prospects' measurements and scores with other players at the position from 1987 to the present time. It's a ranking system where 0 is bad, 5 is the score of the average player at the position, and 10 is the 100th percentile. Here's an excerpt from the explanation article, "The final number -- the one we actually refer to as the player's RAS -- is gained by averaging the individual scores for each player at a position. This raw average is then compared to the raw averages for every other player at the position to come up with the final Relative Athletic Score for a player." Feel free to read the explanation article yourself to gain a better understanding.
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