You can go through plays and nit-pick things - angles, steps, hand placement, etc. - but they're not consistent enough to really be "weaknesses." You know, Kobe Bryant is a great basketball player, but that doesn't prevent him from making a bad pass once in a while, getting beaten off the dribble occasionally, etc. Nobody's perfect.
Scouting Report: Da'Shawn Hand
"Weaknesses: Anything I put here would be totally nit-picking"
That made me chuckle, but it seems like this is the case between the review and the film available. He holds an offer from basically 1/4 of Dvision I schools, if I counted right. Scout summarized his stats for this past season, and they do sound nice:
"Hand finished the season with 110 tackles, 16 sacks, 40 tackles for loss, two pass deflections, four forced fumbles, and three fumble recoveries."
Aloha Mr. Hand...
We must sign Hand so that our fan base can get credit for making "Spicoli" into a verb. Like, in describing a bone-jarring hit on an opposing QB, we can say "Mr. Hand spicolied him."
Would be neat.
But, the first half of this thread was hilarious.
Magnus what would his TTB rating be now?
If he's the best player at his position, then his TTB Rating would likely be 100.
I just figured I'd bump this up, since it's relevant today...
...and a site search for "Mangus" turned up this thread, coincidentally.