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2022.01.19 16:33 definitelysortofno How do I stop him from biting?
My green cheeked conure is a little asshole. He's constantly biting me... constantly. It makes me beyond angry. These bites aren't angry bites.... I'm not doing anything he doesn't like. He'll just be eating out of my hand and just as casually as he eats he'll latch on to my finger and rip it open... I swear he's just seeing what he can get away with. My problem is... I need a way to punish him that isn't physical (obviously) that lets him know he can't go biting people. Help...
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2022.01.19 16:33 traumatichamster A little late but my boyfriend and I went to my first bills game! He’s been but I haven’t and we’ve both been fans for years, so I was so excited to be able to finally go to the bills vs jets game!
2022.01.19 16:33 drewc34 Eugene is a sleepy tucked-in kitty
2022.01.19 16:33 Sevralpack99 I dont know much about the sans but i though he looked cool so here i am
2022.01.19 16:33 xX25VincentXx [CA-ON][H] Paypal/Etransfer [W] Mr Suit. ANSI PCB hotswap and plate
I'm looking for a Hotswap ANSI pcb for my Mr. Suit. I know they are in stock, but would prefer to get it local.
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2022.01.19 16:33 IntnsRed 100+ Ultra-Rich People Warn Fellow Elites: 'It's Taxes or Pitchforks' | "History paints a pretty bleak picture of what the endgame of extremely unequal societies looks like," reads an open letter signed by millionaires and billionaires calling for higher taxes on people like themselves.
2022.01.19 16:33 upupupigo Wright State HF Psych program?
Saw someone asking about the grad school they applied to and got me thinking about my own choices. I'm finishing up my last semester of undergrad in general psych and applied to a few Masters Programs this Fall. My first choice is Wright State as I want to work in Human Factors and their program looked like the closest match to what I wanted to do. Their faculty and current research look really really good and their graduates do end up in some pretty cool places. But I saw that their overall acceptance rate is over 95% and I'm trying to figure out if that has anything to do with the quality of the school. I think it mostly has to do with retaining undergrads. Does anyone here have some inside knowledge?
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2022.01.19 16:33 brilliantblues Explore a collection of 150 unique and carefully crafted GumSouls -- each available for only 0.008 ETH (gas free) ✌️
2022.01.19 16:33 yavannathevalar Essence Containment Apparatus location
The wiki says they can be looted from demons on the Storm Coast, but for some reason there aren’t any demons there. Maybe I already cleaned that area? I can’t remember, haven’t been there in a while. Is there anywhere else where I can find those? I need them for the Tempest specialisation.
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2022.01.19 16:33 lilBloodpeach LH surge didn’t happen yet and is dropping 2ish days before projected ovulation.
I’m so confused. I’m using my OPK this cycle bc we all just got over Covid, and it was a rough period and not typical (late, heavy, longer) and I wanted to see if anything changed plus get a more accurate baseline.
Today, after doing 1x testing for the past couple days and starting the 2x day today, the LH has dropped significantly. I’m very confused. I tried googling and it says it drops after. But I don’t think I’ve ovulated (normally I feel it) and my strips don’t show it, plus it’s not time yet! I expected it would maybe even late but not early/not happen at all.
Has this happened to anyone else? Is it possible it’ll go back up right before? Or is it always a continuous ride, then surge, then drop? I’m very confused.
Pics of cycle calendar and .strip progression
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2022.01.19 16:33 R4M3535 [Artwork] Drew this on Photoshop! Took me nearly a month (In sporadic bursts)
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2022.01.19 16:33 Silent_M_M 22M, looking for a new gaming friend circle
Mostly play Fifa 21, NBA 2k21, AOI tennis 2, Project cars 2 and wwe2k20 (+ most sport games) .. also a big Red dead redemption 2 fan and sometimes on H1Z1 Open to new games too Hmu, any ages (+18) and genders are allowed
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2022.01.19 16:33 crystalpeaks25 They are doing their best to convince us to dump GME. Don't forget that MSFT and GME has an ongoing multiyear strategic partnership
2022.01.19 16:33 BrianGardener20 The Party of Biden Paralyzed Before Midterms
2022.01.19 16:33 labmatelabmate Talking About Farming Sims, Housing, and Mental Health - Any Feedback Is Appreciated <3
2022.01.19 16:33 united-verdict-bot Unanimous "Asshole" with 78 votes
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2022.01.19 16:33 leagtg I'm fighting
I'm fighting, i can see why I'm in nofap when I relapse, my longest streaks are 26, 23, 20, 18 days, but i have shorts streaks too. Today I fail in a 4 days streaks after a 18 days streak, I'm feeling like sheet, normal but knowing that i have something and i lost it. In the same way, i know that the long streak that I'm searching is coming now, I want to pass 30 days, and get 60, and 90.
When I'm in streak, I feel more like how I am, I feel like i can learn during streaks more about living in my shoes. I start to have dreams during sleep, and real dreams, with a new actitude, more proactive.
I want a girlfriend, i want to be more social, live an adventure, want to be more mature, to be independent, to stop asking my mom for all. That's all my motivation.
If u want to start today or answer some, u are welcome. English it's not my first language, sorry if I made mistakes!
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2022.01.19 16:33 mylarky What are the symptoms of drop hack?
I'm asking because in the last week or so, I've experienced several times when my game window freezes up and crashes, causing me to disconnect from the game and needing to reboot the game from scratch.
Is this a symptom of the drop hack, or do I just have bad internet this last week?
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2022.01.19 16:33 Large_Obligation_705 EXP Candy question
Howdy. I’m one month in on shield and had a question. Back in my day, Emerald, there was a competitive disadvantage rare candy’ing your poke to level 100. He wouldn’t get the same stat increase on level up.
I have a level 90 Kyorge in shield that I want to use for ranked battle. Any downside EXP Candy XL’ing him to 100?
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2022.01.19 16:33 ottolouis What made North Vietnam stronger than South Vietnam?
For many decades, Vietnam was one single French colony referred to as "Indochina." From 1946 to 1954, Vietnam fought what was essentially an independence war: the First Indochina War. When the conflict ended in the mid-1950s, Indochina had been partitioned into a communist "North Vietnam," and a capitalist "South Vietnam." Around this same time, the Viet Cong, a kind of communist militia/insurgency — with the help of North Vietnam — attempted to take over South Vietnam. The US would get involved, and the conflict would be long and terrible.
Here's my question: Why was it North Vietnam conquering South Vietnam and not the other way around? Why did the North Vietnamese win so easily once the US withdrew from the conflict? Of course North Vietnam had logistical aid from China and the USSR, but South Vietnam could say the same about the US, even after American troops had been withdrawn. So what led to the power imbalance between North and South Vietnam?
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2022.01.19 16:33 Milspec_Boba A little meme
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2022.01.19 16:33 FinancialWar9565 Jesus wept
I have heard that poetry and music is best written from pain. So I will make this one as beautiful as I can and hope that it moves you who read this. That I shine my light so bright that it illuminates the void. That you can forgive me and allow me to show you my light in life as I once showed you myself in real life.
My sadness running deep like waters in a cave
My tears flowing down my cheeks as I am weeping tears that never dry
A sadness that makes my chest feel hollow and empty
A hunger that no food can satiate
A thirst that drunk can quench
You who once told me I was deep with layers upon layers
My layers are covered by the saline of my endless tears
You who once said you loved nature and animals
I will forever be grateful for every kindness you have offered me
I will live a life, better than the one I have for you guys
I want a friendship so deep that I could be kind to you
The other a once in a lifetime kind of romance is what i crave
For both of you and all others I have stomped on with my careless actions
I will be a better man because of you both.
You both have a way to contact me. Please do so directly when you are ready to hear it from me.
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2022.01.19 16:33 frostyoranges32 Way Too Early 2022 RB Rankings (Tiers 1, 2 ,3 & 4) In-depth analysis/effort post
What's up, these are my top 4 tiers (10 prospects total) of RB prospects for the 2022 class. I've also outlined my two sleepers in this class, which are guys I am higher on than consensus and I think can be steals in your rookie draft. Analysis is broken down into 3 paragraphs: film strengths, film weaknesses and analytical/production profile. There's also my model's grade on each player (0-100 range) and play style pro-comp.
I am by no means a professional so takes these ratings with a grain of salt. If this gets enough traction I'll post my QB rankings next. I'm definitely not the smartest dude on this site but hopefully getting more quality OC on the sub can promote discussion.
Resources used in evalution:
- Player Profiler
- FF Astronauts Film Room
- College Football Reference
- The Draft Network & Mock Draft Database (projected draft capital)
I use a formula/model to rate prospects based on historical research on over 100 prospects I have done. Players are graded on a 0 - 100 scale. This is a combination of physical measurements, college production, analytical metrics, and film review. Each criteria weighted based on correlation to historic success with certain thresholds granting more points. It is by no means perfect, but I will share historic rankings (which I did not post at the time since I didn't have a chance to write them all up), but here they are: 2019 Rankings
, 2020 Rankings
and 2021 Rankings.
Some of my biggest hits: Elijah Mitchell 2021 RB4 and my sleeper RB that year, Faded Trey Sermon to 2021 RB9, Cam Akers 2020 RB3, Jonathan Taylor having a top 3 grade of the past 5-10 years (only Saquon and Fournette graded higher in my model), AJ Dillon 2020 RB5, faded CEH.
Some of my biggest misses: Rhamondre 2021 RB10, Javonte was my 2021 RB3 but my grade was lower than I would've liked, Josh Jacobs 2019 RB8, and was too high on Darrell Henderson. Please note:
Comparing players in the 2022 class to previous ones will be redundant since we don't have a full set of data points yet (no combine scores, ect.) so some scores may be inflated. Also, player comps are not skill level comps, but play style comps. Rankings so far: 2019 Rankings 2020 Rankings 2021 Rankings. 2022 Way Too Early Rankings In Depth WR Breakdown Tiers 1 & 2 In Depth WR Breakdown Tiers 2.5, 3 & 4
Anyway, enough preamble, here are the rankings:
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Running Back Rankings (Tiers One through Four) Tier One
- Isaiah Spiller, RB, Texas A&M
- Strengths: Vision. Spiller has solid vision on off tackle or between tackle runs. He is able to be patient and wait for a whole to open up, looks for cutback lanes, and then hits the hole hard. Versatile. By no means a 'weapon' but he is able to function as a inside or outside runner, or third down back. Contact balance. A physical runner who rarely loses in 1v1 situations at the second level and can be seen bouncing of contact frequently. Jump-cut. Spiller has a nice and pretty explosive jump-cut that he can use to hit a hole or make a defender miss at the second level. He also has nice spin and stiff arm moves, and he can use body and head fakes in order to force defenders into bad angles. Competent hands. Like I said before Spiller won't be a 'weapon' but he has soft hands and is a capable threat in the receiving game. Most of his pass catching involves the team getting the ball into his hands either in screens, dump-offs or climb/wheel routes and allowing him to use his vision and tackle breaking ability to generate YAC. A particular strength is vision on screen plays where he exhibits the patience to allow blocks develop. Physical running style. Legs move through contact, as Spiller looks unafraid to engage with defenders, often lowering his shoulder and being able to fall forward through contact to pick up the extra yardage. Pretty quick. Spiller looks surprisingly quick on tape for someone of his size (6'1", 225).
- Weaknesses: Pass blocking. Spiller is an inconsistent pass blocker, and average at best, which could potentially limit him in the NFL. Limited route tree, primarily restricted to low skill routes or the screen game. Occasionally indecisive. Sometimes Spiller can dance behind the line to look for the home run instead of hitting the easy hole for a shorter gain. 8 Fumbles in 3 seasons, often a result of him fighting further so it's easily coachable, as opposed to being loose with the ball. Doesn't have top breakaway speed.
- Analytics: Spiller is a good analytical prospect. As a 4 star HS recruit, Spiller logged 2 1,000 yard seasons at Texans A&M, and was 70 yards short as a freshman. He had a solid 5.5 college YPC (2019-20) which ranks him in the top 55%. He had a college target share of 8.9% (2019-20, 72% percentile). Meets the minimum dominator rating threshold with a dominator rating in the top 52% percentile in 2019-20. Spiller is an early declare after his junior season and his projected to be a first or second round NFL draft selection.
- Way to early grade: 88 (Future Fringe RB1)
- Way to early mock projection: Rookie PPR 1.02 (non-SF)
- NFL Comp: Joe Mixon
- Kenneth Walker III
- Strengths: Vision. Walker runs with anticipation and is able to identify the point of attack. He is able to quickly identify the defensive flow when an initial hole closes, adjust accordingly and then hit new holes with aggression. He is a patient but smart runner who balances taking what is there and hitting home runs to be extremely efficient with his touches. Elusiveness. Walker has very effective jump-cut, juke and stutter step moves that can freeze defenders in their tracks in open field or 1v1 situations. He cuts with purpose which allows him to explode into space when he is operating at the second level. His lateral cut ability is special. Running style. Walker has the best pure running style in this class. Despite his precise and delicate footwork, at the end of the day Walker wants to destroy the 11 opposing players with his violent running style. He can break body tackles effectively and can push the pile on goal-line or third/fourth and short situations. Rarely goes down on first contact. Big-play ability. Walker is excellent at climbing to the second level, and when he does odds are he makes a man miss through either physicality or his elusiveness, where he can move into his second gear and hit the home run (I'm sure many have seen his 90 yd rush against Rutgers this year). He's got multiple 50 yard or more touchdown runs last season. He's got decent long speed despite not being particularly fast, and is rarely caught from behind. Ball Security. Had close to a three season streak (longest in the CFB among eligible RBs at the time) without fumbles. Lack of wear and tear. Walker only has one full season as a workhorse RB which can increase his NFL longevity. Evasiveness. Has shown ability to manipulate defenders tackling angles in the open field with head fakes.
- Weaknesses: Lack of pass-catching utilisation. I don't really think this is a function of Walker's skill, more so scheme, (he had only 19 receptions his entire college career). If we had more concrete evidence of consistent pass catching ability he'd be my RB1. Pass blocking. Walker's pass blocking is sub-optimal, a function of skill and attention. This could limit 3-down potential at the NFL level. Sometimes Walker can dance behind the line to look for the home run instead of hitting the easy hole for a shorter gain.
- Analytics: Walker is a good analytical prospect. Despite only being a 2 star HS recruit, he had one of the more prolific CFB rushing seasons in 2021 logging 1,646 rushing yards on 264 attempts, at 6.2 YPC. He was on pace for a second 1,000 yard season in 2020 however only played 7 games due to the shortened season. His 6.2 YPC is great, ranking in the top 80% percentile of the CFB in 2021. While his extreme lack of pass catching usage is a blight on his analytical prospect, his dominator rating in the 99% percentile (2019-20) is obviously elite. Walker is an early declare after his junior season and is projected to be a first or second round NFL draft selection.
- Way to early grade: 85 (Future Fringe RB1)
- Way to early mock projection: Rookie PPR 1.03 (non-SF) (Walker would be my 1.01 in standard)
- NFL Comp: Faster Josh Jacobs
- Breece Hall, RB, Iowa State
- Strengths: Ball security. Hall is very good at grasping the ball when he anticipates contact, thus protecting it. This is reflected by him only having two fumbles on over 450 carries his final two seasons. Vision. Hall has top-tier vision in this class. He uses his patient running style to buy time to wait for holes to open, where he can read the gaps and power through to the second level. He's excellent at reading zone run concepts and when there isn't a home run available, he takes the easy yardage. One if his best traits is his open field vision, where he's also able to manipulate defenders into taking poor angles in the open field. Passing game. Hall is a strong contributor in the passing game, with a 82/734/6 receiving line across his college career with a consistent uptick in volume each season. Has some pretty good grabs on tape. Frame. At 6'1" 220, Hall is well built out and carries a lot in his legs which allows him to run through contact and break arm tackles, which allows him to consistently fall forward and have his legs move through contact.
- Weaknesses: Long speed. Hall does not have the consistent long speed show up on tape, however he does flash it at times, and we've seen many RBs succeed at the NFL level without having consistent long speed. Inside runs. On inside runs outside of the red zone, Hall only collected 263 of his 1,572 junior year rushing yards (TDN). This may be caused by his tendency to not utilise his prototypical size as much as I'd like. He is however an extremely effective outside runner. Pass protection. Hall is actually pretty good at identifying the blitz, but he can't really slow down the blitz and struggles in regular pass protection. Hall was heavily utilised in college so he has more wear and tear on the tires than a standard college back.
- Analytics: Hall is a good analytical prospect. Despite being only a three star HS recruit, he has two 1,000 yard rushing season at Iowa State. His freshman season he had 1,000 yards from scrimmage. College YPC (2019-20) of 5.6 ranks in the top 59% percentile. It is also promising to see that Hall had sufficient feature in the passing game, with 7.2% college target share ranking in the top 54% percentile of college RBs in 2019-20. He had at least 20 receptions each season as well. 89% percentile dominator rating. Hall is an early declare after his junior season and is projected to be a first or second round NFL draft selection.
- Way to early grade: 82 (Future Perennial RB2)
- Way to early mock projection: Rookie PPR 1.05 (non-SF)
- NFL Comp: Le'Veon Bell
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- Kyren Williams, RB, Notre Dame
- Strengths: Creative footwork. He exploits his good burst and lateral quickness to change direction in the open field and cause defenders to miss. He also uses his lateral quickness to bounce to the outside and rip off big runs. Slippery run style. Williams uses head fakes, spin moves, stutter steps or cuts to to make defenders miss. He runs with a good centre of gravity and can use defenders momentum against them to force them into bad tackles. He has good 'wiggle' and body control in open space and can use his burst to change directions quickly. Versatility/receiving ability. Williams lined up in the slot at times and was effective as it granted him a free release. He was recruited as a HS WR. 77 receptions in his two seasons as a feature back. He is effective in the screen game, as a check down option, and has a nasty Texas route in his arsenal. He is also an effective pass protector so he should see no limitations here at the NFL level. He has adequate vision, and has the patience and cutting ability to weave through defenders. Durable. Never missed time in college, has only 419 carries in college meaning he has plenty of use left for the pros.
- Weaknesses: Often looks for the big play. Several times Williams attempts to bounce out to the outside instead of taking the easy gain up the middle. Ball security. 3 fumbles in 2021, 5 fumbles in 2020, with 4 lost in these two seasons. He can be loose with the ball when he faces big hits, partially a function of his smaller size. His small size (5'9" 199) could limit him as a a goal line back, where he is not hugely effective at pushing piles in short yardage situations.
- Analytics: Williams is a solid analytical prospect. Despite being a HS WR recruit, Williams had 2 1,000 yard rushing seasons at Notre Dame, also achieving 300 yards receiving in each of those two seasons as the feature back. His 5.1 college career YPC is sub-optimal, but not a killer on his profile. Elite RB target share of 13.3% (89% percentile among RBs) shows how much of a threat he is as a WR. 61% percentile college dominator rating. Williams is an early declare after his junior season and is projected to get third round NFL draft capital.
- Way to early grade: 78 (Future fringe RB2)
- Way to early mock projection: Rookie PPR 1.09 (non-SF)
- NFL Comp: Aaron Jones
- Rachaad White, RB, Arizona State (Sleeper)
- Strengths: Solid vision. He knows how to ID the run lanes using his vision and he utilises his lateral speed to cut into open holes or bounce to the outside. Runs with patience until he reaches the second level. He is able to buy time in order for blocks to develop. Pass-catching. Used out of the backfield and in the slot where he has soft hands and can corral most balls thrown his way. His receiving skill is reflected in his 456 receiving yards in 2021, averaging 10.6 YPR. He has even line dup out wide at times this season. Open-field moves. Forcing 26 missed tackles this past season, White has a bag with a very nice spin move, stiff arm, jump cut and a few hurdles. Can use head fakes as well. Ball security. 0 2021 fumbles, White protects the Ball well when he anticipates contact.
- Weaknesses: Running style. White runs upright and doesn't really bring much power to his game. He can brush off chest area contact but struggles when contact is made to his legs. Often gets tripped up by tackles at his feet. He doesn't really use his size as much as you would hope. Acceleration. He doesn't have super fast acceleration, he more so relies on gearing his speed up. He does have a decent second gear but isn't as explosive as one may like.
- Analytics: White was a three star HS recruit, and had one 1,000 yard season at Arizona State. He was on pace for 1,000 yards in 2020 but only played 4 games in the shortened season. Averaged an impressive 6.3 YPC in his college career (top 80%). His over 1,500 yards from scrimmage in 2021 accounted for nearly 30% of Arizona State's total offence. White is an early declare after his sophomore season and is projected to get fourth or fifth round NFL draft capital.
- Way to early grade: 68 (Future perennial flex starter)
- Way to early mock projection: Rookie PPR 2.03 (non-SF)
- NFL Comp: Kenyan Drake
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- James Cook, RB, Georgia
- Strengths: Pass catching. Cook can run routes out of the backfield, slot or wideout positions. He makes clean breaks and has an uncanny ability to track the ball over his shoulder. He's got clean hands and can be a mismatch issue for bigger linebackers at the NFL level. Willing pass blocker. He is not the greatest pass blocker but puts effort into this part of the game. Fluid running style. Cook isn't overly explosiveness and mainly runs in a fixed pace, but this can aid him in some facets of the game as he is able to make use of cutting ability while wasting few additional movements. Open-field vision. Cook has great open field vision, is able to anticipate defenders presence, and then use their momentum to manipulate them into missing tackles. This slippery running style is pleasing to watch and helps make up for his tendency to go down to first contact as it is fairly hand to get a hand on him. Also, for those who do not know he is Dalvin Cook's younger brother.
- Weaknesses: Character concerns. Cook was arrested in 2019 and faced 2 misdemeanour charges relating to driving infractions. Tackle breaking. Cook is fine break tackles in the open field, but he often goes down on first contact when a defender gets a good shot at him. Lack of college usage. Cook only has one season over 100 carries in his 4 year career, so has limited experience with a full workload. Injury. Dealt with ankle (2019) issues, as well as hand (2020) issues. Doesn't really have a top end speed.
- Analytics: Cook is a sub-par analytical prospect. Despite coming out of HS as a top 50 player in the nation and a 5 star recruit, Cook did not have any 1,000 yard rushing seasons (his best season, in 2021, he had a 113/728/7 line) and only had one season with only 1,000 scrimmage yards, where he had 1,012 yards rushing. He was however consistently an efficient back, with 6.5 YPC in his college career (top 82% percentile). Cook is a late declare after his senior season and is projected to have fourth round NFL draft capital.
- Way to early grade: 62 (Future fringe flex starter)
- Way to early mock projection: Rookie PPR 2.07 (non-SF)
- NFL Comp: Kenneth Gainwell
- Tyler Allgeier, RB, Bringham Young (Sleeper)
- Strengths: Vision. Allgeier has good peripheral vision and quick eyes which allows him to quickly ID new holes and cutback lanes. Disciplined runner. Allgeier follows his blocks and always takes what is there. He doesn't dance or try to hit the home run to the outside each time, but is patient and allows his blocks to develop and follows them. Violent run style. Allgeier imitates contact, keeps him legs moving through tackles, and typically falls forward when he is bought down. He is strongly built and has ideal size (5'11" 220) which causes body tackles to bounce off him. His size and run style wears down a defence over the game. Improving fast in the receiving game. With little work early in his career due to lack of experience (linebacker recruit), Allgeier developed into being a competent threat in the receiving game his season year where he can be effectively featured as a weapon in the screen game, check down option, flat routes. He likely won't ever be a massive receiver at the NFL level but he isn't a liability. Agile for his size.
- Weaknesses: Long speed. Allgeier gets caught from behind a bit too much for my liking. He does have a decent amount of explosiveness in short areas, and is rumoured to run a 4.4, but that doesn't show up on tape, so the combine will be critical to verify this. Elusiveness. Algeier has a few nice cut moves, but he typically looks to go through not around defenders. While this might work at BYU the NFL there will be more physical defenders who can challenge him in this aspect. Durability. Building on my last point, Allgeier looks to initiate contact, even when there isn't much to be gained, which is good when he's on the field, but NFL defenders are less forgiving than the competition faced at BYU, so he could benefit from making some business decisions. Ball security. With 6 fumbles in his career, his ball security is generally could however between the tackles he can be prone to rips/peanut punch moves dislodging the ball.
- Analytics: Allgeier is a mediocre analytical prospect. Allgeier had 2 1,000 yard seasons at BYU after being a former walk-on. He has career averages of 6.4 YPC (81%). His 1,800 yards from scrimmage accounted for 30% of BYU's 2021 offence. His receiving work has never been elite, but has steadily improved until his final year where he commanded only 5.8% of the receiving work (28/199/0), but however the steady increase is impressive for someone who was a linebacker recruit coming out of HS. Allgeier is projected to be a fourth or fifth round pick in the NFL draft after being a late declare following his senior season.
- Way to early grade: 62 (Future fringe flex starter)
- Way to early mock projection: Rookie PPR 3.01 (Non-SF)
- NFL Comp: Jamaal Williams
- Jerome Ford, RB, Cincinnati
- Strengths: Short yardage. Knows how to push the pile and convert in short yardage situations especially around the end zone. Contact balance. Uses his frame will to maximise the opportunities to RAC. Keeps his feet moving through contact. Vision. Does well to navigate running lanes. Once he decides on a lane he hits it hard and falls forward for additional yardage. Fluid footwork. Fluid with ball in the open field and can utilise his jump-cut to make people miss.
- Weaknesses: Pass protection. Ford can pick up a blitz okay, but his actual blitz blocking and general pass blocking is sub-par and can limit his three down potential as an NFL RB. Ball security. Ford has 6 fumbles in his career, which isn't huge but he can play loose with the ball at times. Pass catching. Doesn't look fluid or natural as a pass catcher and can clap at the ball. He's likely limited to being a check-down/outlet option rather than someone who is featured in the receiving game.
- Analytics: Ford is a mediocre analytical prospect. He committed as a 4 star recruit to Alabama but transferred to Cincinnati after 2 seasons of sparse use. At Cincinnati he had 1 1,000 yard season with an impressive 215/1319/19 line. He has an elite career YPC of 6.6 (89% percentile). His college target share of 3.7% (18% percentile) is sub-par, and is a reflection of both offence and skill level as a receiver. College dominator in 16% percentile also isn't ideal. A late declare, Ford is projected to be a fourth or fifth round pick in the NFL draft.
- Way to early grade: 54 (Future bench piece)
- Way to early mock projection: Rookie PPR 3.05 (Non-SF)
- NFL Comp: Ronald Jones II
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- Hassan Haskins, RB, Michigan
- Strengths: Contact balance. Aggressive runner and can punish defenders with physicality on the next level. Ball security. Has a streak of over 450 carries with no fumbles (longest in the CFB). Open field vision. He's able to make subtle manoeuvres with his body in order to make defenders take poor angles at the next level. Has some nice hurdles as well.
- Weaknesses: Limited vision. Haskins takes what the line gives him and stays true to the design of the run but doesn't really elevate from the situation and get more than what is there. Doesn't really read the second level defenders too well. Open field moves. Haskins relies more on power than moves to make people miss in the open field. College offensive line. He had a great offensive line in college, winning the Joe Moore award, and given Haskins running style of taking what is there questions arise around whether the Offensive line is a large portion of his success. Poor at pass protection.
- Analytics: Haskins is a poor analytical prospect. As a 3 star recruit, Haskins has 1 1,000 yard season at Michigan where he put up an 270/1327/20 line. His 5.1 college career YPC is sub-optimal, but not a killer on his profile. With his 131 receiving yards, he had a mere 0.04% share of the Michigan passing offence. Haskins is an early declare after his junior season and projected to get fourth or fifth round draft capital in the NFL.
- Way to early grade: 49 (Future fringe bench piece)
- Way to early mock projection: Rookie PPR 3.07 (Non-SF)
- NFL Comp: James Conner
- Zamir White, RB Georgia
- Strengths: Contact balance. Runs through poor form tackles or arm tackles fairly easily with a downhill running style. Speed and power combo makes him hard to bring down. He can operate as a cutback RB or has a bruising closer. Vision. Has a patient style allowing him to weave through defenders and locate the appropriate cutback lanes. Hits holes hard an can accelerate fairly quickly, meaning he can reach the second level fast.
- Weaknesses: ACL. White has suffered two ACL tears in his career, which is obviously a concern due to athletic reductions and recurring injury risk. Speed. White allegedly recorded a 4.39 as a recruit but doesn't look that fast on type, potentially a function of his two ACL injuries. Receiving. White has average hands, and outside of being a safety valve he does not bring much to the receiving game. Also runs with stiff hips at times.
- Analytics: White is a mediocre analytical prospect. White came out of HS as the top ranked RB in the nation and a 5 star recruit, but failed to live up to that hype with zero 1,000 yard seasons. His 5.4 career YPC meets the minimum threshold and is in the top 50% percentile, but certainly isn't anything spectacular. He also only had a 2.9% target share (2019-20) which is a major blight on his profile. His college dominator (top 50% percentile 2019-20) also isn't anything spectacular but meets the minimum threshold. White is an early declare after his junior season and is projected to be a fifth or sixth round NFL draft pick.
- Way to early grade: 43 (Future fringe bench piece)
- Way to early mock projection: Rookie PPR 4.01 (Non-SF)
- NFL Comp: Tevin Coleman
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Other Backs of Note (Tier five, unlikely to be fantasy relevant)
- Brian Robinson Jnr, RB, Alabama (Damien Williams)
- CJ Verdell, RB, Oregon (Kylin Hill)
- Tyler Baddie, RB, Missouri (Bryce Love)
- Zonavan Knight, RB, NC State (Tony Pollard)
Complete top ten rankings: 2022 Way Too Early Rankings
See my other rankings here: Rankings Archive
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2022.01.19 16:33 Zefphyrz Does mad river mountain still do college discount Fridays?
If so, is it still $20 ticket $19 rental? Their digital presence sucks and I can't find any recent mention of it on their website or Facebook
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