OT(???): Sports Science

Submitted by jhackney on December 27th, 2010 at 3:15 PM

With the doldrums between X-mas and the Gator Bowl upon us, I thought I would share this. I just saw Tony Gonzalez on ESPN Sports Science and was blown away at the bit. ESPN should do it more.

After perusing on YouTube for any players relevant to the Michigan sports arena. I found Jahvid Best and Ndamukong Suh. This is when they were about to enter the NFL. I wonder how much their recorded times and measurements have improved since the videos were made. I now see how a inconspicuous hit to me watching could create a serious concussion to a QB or others receiving.

Then I imagined Brandon Graham, Mike Martin, Wheatley, and Biakabutku in the same settings. Then I drooled. Thoughts on Michigan greats being able to be in this segment would be welcomed.

Obviously I didn't look long or hard enough. Thanks to DreadlocksFast for the tip on Lamarr Woodley:

Comments

MGoDC

December 27th, 2010 at 3:20 PM ^

John Wall has a pretty great one too. If I remember correctly he is faster than something like 90% of NBA players that are sprinting without the ball while he is dribbling. If the Wizards go in the tank again this year (and it's looking like it) they're about one more good draft pick away from being an interesting team in the East. Not a contender, but an interesting team.

lhglrkwg

December 27th, 2010 at 4:12 PM ^

they just spew numbers that don't mean much of anything. it took 0.68 seconds to swim through some punching bags? wow, it took ndamukong suh 0.76 seconds to swim through those punching bags last week against the dolphins