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#EBCWest Combine Results

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Here the percentiles for each combine test from EBC West. Compare your results to the chart for your grade to see where you stand on each test.

Standing Reach

  • 8th Grade – John Thomas Tan –  8’4″
  • 7th Grade – Arthur Kamula – 8’1″
  • 6th Grade – Christian Moore – 7’11”
  • 5th Grade – Alex Munzon – 6’10”
  • 4th Grade – Jael Martin – 6’7″
  • 2-3 Grade – Mason Andreini – 6’5″

Wingspan

  • 8th Grade – Johnny Juzang – 6’9″
  • 7th Grade – Deven Murguia – 6’7″
  • 6th Grade – Christian Moore – 6’2″
  • 5th Grade – Andrew Meadow – 6’1″
  • 4th Grade – Jael Martin – 6’1″
  • 2-3 Grade – Mason Andreini – 5’2″

 

Performance Test Categories:

 

Scoring:
1st Percentile = Bottom Scores & 99th Percentile = Top Scores.

Click on Link to see where you stand on each test.

Standing Vertical Jump
-Assesses vertical jump from a standing position without a step.
-Good indication of lower body power output.
-Measured in inches. Higher score=better performance on this test.


8th Grade Top 5: 

  • Shemar Morrow – 30.5 inches 
  • Bryson Stephens – 29 inches
  • Nakail Cross – 28.9 inches
  • Dominick Harris – 27.7 inches
  • Dylan Griffin – 26.9 inches

50th Percentile  – 22.44 inches

7th Grade Top 5:

  • Nathan Grant – 28.8 inches 
  • Miles Keefe – 26 inches
  • Jack Milne- 25.9 inches
  • Paris Dawson – 25.7 inches
  • Ryan Gomez- 24.7 inches

6th Grade Top 5:

  • Everett Bryson – 25.2 inches 
  • Kai Aquino – 22.4 inches
  • Dimitrius Dudley – 22.4 inches
  • Skyy Clark – 22.2 inches
  • Jake Koyama – 22.2 inches
    50th Percentile – 18.48 inches

5th Grade Top 5:

  • Matthew Hampton – 21.1 inches
  • Alex Simonian – 20.7 inches
  • Dylan Chavez – 20.6 inches
  • Yakub Mir -20.5 inches
  • Keenan Mico Mendoza – 19.1 inches

 

4th Grade Top 3:

  • Athena Tomlinson – 23.2 inches 
  • Antonio Wimbley – 19.8 inches
  • Jamari Phillips – 19.7 inches

3rd Grade Top 2:

  • Ahmed Bah – 21.8 inches 
  • Earl Bryson – 19.7 inches

2nd Grade #1

  • Jordan Askew – 17.5 inches 

Max Vertical Touch
-Assesses how high you can touch with a 15 foot start. This test doesn’t account for standing reach height, therefore, a combination of length and jumping ability will lead to higher results.
-Measured in feet and inches. Higher score=better performance on this test.

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8th Grade Top 5: 

    • Shemar Morrow – 11’3 
    • Nakial Cross – 11’2
    • Johnny Juzang – 10’7
    • Dominick Harris – 10’6
    • Fred Burton – 10’6

 

7th Grade Top 5:

  • Arthur Kamula – 10’5
  • Jeremiah Paul – 10’3
  • Paris Dawson- 10’2
  • Jee’Dyn Lundy – 9’11
  • Devin Lewis and Nathan Grant- 9’10

6th Grade Top 5:

  • Christian Moore – 10’1
  • Skyy Clark – 9’9
  • Jacob Taylor – 9’5
  • Dimitrius Dudley, Jacob Barcelo, Sam Slutske – 9’4

50th Percentile – 

5th Grade Top 5:

  • Jalen Hawkins – 9’5
  • Dylan Chavez – 8’7
  • Jackson Gray & Andrew Meadow – 8’6
  • Trent Perry -8’4

 

4th Grade Top 3:

  • Cameron Mercadel – 8’4
  • Jael Martin  – 8’1
  • Troy Perkins -8’0

3rd Grade #1:

  • Ahmed Bah – 7’5

2nd Grade #1

  • Jordan Askew – 7’5

Max Vertical Jump
-Assesses Jumping ability with a 15 foot approach. This is your standing reach subtracted from your max vertical touch.
-High carry over to in-game jumping ability.
-Measured in inches. Higher score=better performance on this test.

8th Grade Top 5: 

  • Shemar Morrow – 38 inches 
  • Nakial Cross – 36 inches
  • Bryson Stephens – 34 inches
  • Dominick Harris – 33 inches
  • Johnny Juzang, Porter Pittman, Ryan Larson – 32 inches

 

7th Grade Top 5:

  • Nathan Grant & Jayden Byers- 33 inches 
  • Shyheim Parm – 30 inches
  • Daryl Sledge- 29 inches
  • Dylan Andrews, Miles Keefe, Ryan Gomez – 28 inches

 

6th Grade Top 5:

  • Cadyn Pennel, Jacob Barcelo, Skyy Clark – 27 inches 
  • Christian Moore & Everett Bryson- 26 inches

 

5th Grade Top 5:

  • Anthony Moisant, Dylan Chavez, Wyatt Ankrom – 23 inches
  • Nicholas Reyes Owen – 22 inches
  • Andrew Meadow & Jackson Gray – 21 inches

 

4th Grade Top 3:

  • Cameron Mercadel – 26 inches 
  • Troy Perkins – 24 inches
  • Antonio Wimbley, Elijah Goodrich, Eric Freeny – 20 inches

3rd Grade #1:

  • Ahmed Bah – 20 inches 

2nd Grade #1:

  • Jordan Askew – 19 inches 

 
10 Second Foot Quickness
-Assesses raw foot quickness.
-Good indication of how quickly your nervous system can recruit fast twitch muscle fibers.
-Measured in ground contacts per 10 seconds. Higher score=better performance on this test.

8th Grade Top 5: 

  • Asher Sedlin, Christian Espericueta & Johnny Juzang – 22
  • Anthony Frauston, Brandon Porter, Caswell Reed, Ryan Larson, Tyson Legner, Shemar Morrow – 21

 

7th Grade Top 5:

  • Corey Curtis & Cruz Billings – 22
  • Ben Schtolzberg – 21
  • Adam Garza, Dylan Andrews, Ryan Gomez, Steven Deutsch – 20

 

6th Grade Top 5:

  • Everett Bryson- 22
  • Josh Lomboy & Steven Arroyo – 21
  • Jalen Vazquez & Warren Naval – 20

50th Percentile –

5th Grade Top 5:

  • Blake Gray & Dylan Clay – 20
  • Yaqub Mir- 19
  • Alex Munzon, Brandon Chang, Dylan Chavez, Zac Bauman – 18

 

4th Grade Top 3:

  • Troy Perkins- 20
  • Cameron Mercadel, Deshawn Usochu, Dreeon Lewis, Jael Martin – 18

 

3rd Grade #1:

  • Rohan Amin – 17

2nd Grade #1

  • Jordan Askew – 19 

Lateral Lane Drill
-Assesses lateral speed and ability to accelerate and decelerate laterally.
-High carry over to defensive abilities.
-Measured in seconds. Lower score=better performance on this test.

8th Grade Top 5: 

  • Nick Diaz – 9.17 seconds 
  • Brandon Porter – 9.3 seconds
  • Michael Palacios – 9.33 seconds
  • Eldin Alibegovic- 9.4 seconds
  • Isiah Mellor- 9.42 seconds

7th Grade Top 5:

  • Paris Dawson – 9.18
  • Jack Milne – 9.23 seconds
  • Jefferey Owens – 9.3 seconds
  • Jalen Shores – 9.32 seconds
  • Michael Mitchell – 9.42

50th Percentile – seconds

6th Grade Top 5:

  • Everett Bryson- 9.6 seconds
  • Steven Arroyo – 9.97 seconds
  • Jalen Vazquez – 10 seconds
  • Kai Aquino – 10.1 seconds
  • Ruben Chan Sevilla – 10.24 seconds

 

5th Grade Top 5:

  • Yaqub Mir- 9.84 seconds
  • Dylan Clay – 10.02 seconds
  • Dylan Chavez- 10.28 seconds
  • Zach Bauman -10.46 seconds
  • Anthony Moisant – 10.47

 

4th Grade Top 3:

  • Cameron Mercadel – 10.06 seconds
  • Troy Perkins – 10.15 seconds
  • Jared Veiguela – 10.32 seconds

 

3rd Grade #1:

  • Ahmed Bah- 10.42 seconds

2nd Grade #1

  • Jordan Askew – 11.51 seconds 

Lane Agility Drill
-Assesses multi-directional speed/quickness and change of direction. The ability to decelerate and change directions separates players in this drill.
-High carry over to a players ability to start/stop and change directions offensively and defensively.
-Measured in seconds. Lower score=better performance on this test.

8th Grade Top 5: 

  • Dominick Harris – 10.31 seconds 
  • Brandon Porter – 10.45 seconds
  • Jake Conerty – 10.58 seconds
  • Ethan Lewis – 10.78 seconds
  • Tyson Legner – 10.8 seconds

 

7th Grade Top 5:

  • Jefferey Owens – 10.9 seconds
  • Chris Laron – 11.1 seconds
  • Jayden Byers – 11.26 seconds
  • Steven Deutsch – 11.35
  • Jalen Shores – 11.36
  • Austin Schultz, Jayden Byers, Jefferey Owens, Jeremiah Paul – 3.61 seconds

6th Grade Top 5:

  • Everrett Bryson – 11.53 seconds
  • Jacob Barcelo – 11.73 seconds
  • Tanner Deal – 11.81 seconds
  • Nico P0nce – 11.86 seconds
  • Cadyn Pennell – 11.9 seconds

 

5th Grade Top 5:

  • Yaqub Mir – 11.3 seconds
  • Wyatt Ankrom – 12.11 seconds
  • Jackson Gray- 12.2 seconds
  • Jalen Hawkins – 12.25 seconds
  • Dylan Clay -12.3 seconds

 

4th Grade Top 3:

  • Cameron Mercadel – 11.65 seconds
  • Troy Perkins – 12.08 seconds
  • Eric Freeny – 12.2 seconds

3rd Grade #1:

  • Fuzzy Montague – 12.93 seconds

2nd Grade #1

  • Jordan Askew – 13.95 seconds 

3/4 Court Sprint
-Assesses linear sprint speed.
-High carry over to a players ability to “run the break” and thrive in transition.
-Measured in seconds. Lower score=better performance on this test.

8th Grade Top 5: 

  • Nakial Cross – 3.2 seconds 
  • Caden Arnold – 3.21 seconds
  • Ryan Larson – 3.23 seconds
  • Devin Askew – 3.26 seconds
  • Garrett Matsukiyo – 3.3 seconds

7th Grade Top 5:

  • Ryan Gomez – 3.6 seconds
  • Austin Schultz, Jayden Byers, Jefferey Owens, Jeremiah Paul – 3.61 seconds

6th Grade Top 5:

  • TK Felix – 3.56 seconds
  • Jacob Barcelo – 3.63 seconds
  • Cadyn Pennell – 3.75 seconds
  • Dimitrius Dudley – 3.76 seconds
  • Jurian Dixon – 3.8 seconds

5th Grade Top 5:

  • Yaqub Mir – 4 seconds
  • Zac Bauman – 4.03 seconds
  • Benjamin Curtis- 4.06 seconds
  • Blake Hocker & Dylan Clay -4.12

4th Grade Top 3:

  • Cameron Mercadel – 3.9 seconds
  • Jared Veiguela – 3.92 seconds
  • Jahmel Reeves – 4.01

3rd Grade #1:

  • Liam Lombard – 3.92 seconds

2nd Grade #1

  • Jordan Askew – 4 seconds 

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