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2020 QB Commit Logan Smothers advances to state finals in 60 meter dash

Cisco

Recruit
2 Year Member
He'll probably improve his time in his final year as well. He'll be one of the fastest quarterbacks in CFB easily.
 

N2FL

Varsity
10 Year Member
60 meters isn't run that often by high schoolers, so it is kind of hard to get a feel for how fast that is. So to try and convert this to 100 meters, here is a very imperfect method of conversion.
http://speedendurance.com/2008/01/23/track-conversions-for-50m-60m-200m-300m-400m/

So, using that formula, if we multiply 7.25 times 1.53, we get 11.09 for 100 meters.
Logan's PR in the 100m is 11.01

https://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/Athlete.aspx?AID=11399293
 

EastOfEden

Scout Team
10 Year Member
Looking at these times realy makes me feel old. Well, actually I am old. But if I weren't these times would make fme feel like that.
 

YUENGLING

Junior Varsity
5 Year Member
He’s fast for sure but what impresses everyone who’s seen his highlights is is poise in the pocket and the accuracy he has throwing the football. He’s going to really flourish in Frost’s offense.
 

ShortSideOption

All Big 10
10 Year Member
Ran a 51.34 in the indoor 400 today. Followed it with a 7.28 in the finals of the 60 meter dash which isn't surprising after running a 400.
 

berryhusker

Travel Squad
10 Year Member
I think we'll find a place for him on the team that isn't at QB, but that's just a guess by me.
 

RedRum

Varsity
5 Year Member
Clocks In at the 4.4-4.5 range from the online conversions I read...we literally might have a top 25 ncaa track team on the football field

Is it just me or is the speed we’re recruting at an elite level, much more than anything we’ve recruited In the past ...or am I just drinking koolaid?
There is no way that converts like that. And 7.25 isnt a very good time in college. That would be one if the slower times in a normal D2 meet.

I ran with Don Beebe in college, and he was 6.7-6.8 range, then a 4.21 40
 

berryhusker

Travel Squad
10 Year Member
There is no way that converts like that. And 7.25 isnt a very good time in college. That would be one if the slower times in a normal D2 meet.

I ran with Don Beebe in college, and he was 6.7-6.8 range, then a 4.21 40
He was the fastest in the NFL in his time. I still remember him stripping the fumble away from Leon Lett on his way for a TD. That was awesome. His brother Dan was my instructor when I was at Chadron State and went to the super bowl. Our class was badminton/archery haha.
 

36Blast

Slow Blinker
2 Year Member
He’s fast for sure but what impresses everyone who’s seen his highlights is is poise in the pocket and the accuracy he has throwing the football. He’s going to really flourish in Frost’s offense.
Respectfully, I'm not exactly sure accuracy is his forte at the moment. Now if you had talked about his pedigree and athleticism, I can get on board with that. I do agree he will flourish in Frost's system, but this kid needs a lot of coaching up.
 

N2FL

Varsity
10 Year Member
There is no way that converts like that. And 7.25 isnt a very good time in college. That would be one if the slower times in a normal D2 meet.

I ran with Don Beebe in college, and he was 6.7-6.8 range, then a 4.21 40
:Whistling:
 

BigMacHusker

Travel Squad
10 Year Member
There is no way that converts like that. And 7.25 isnt a very good time in college. That would be one if the slower times in a normal D2 meet.

I ran with Don Beebe in college, and he was 6.7-6.8 range, then a 4.21 40
https://fansided.com/2015/02/18/15-fastest-40-times-nfl-history/

Prior to the 1999 combine, 40 times were clocked by a human-operated stop watch, as opposed to the electronic system in place now. As a result, many of those pre-1999 times have been scrutinized and doubted.
 
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