RAS Compare

Have you ever wanted to look at two players side by side and see how they tested when compared to one another? Does that new rookie your team drafted remind you of a player from yesteryear and you’re curious how they stack up to one another? Are you new to RAS and you want to see how different players stack up to one another for their Relative Athletic Score? Want to compare two players’ testing numbers head to head? Now you can do just that! Using the search options below, you can find any two players and compare them side by side.

The compare will default to the position of the first player you select, but you can choose a different position if you would like. The card is saved as an image, so if you want to share it all you have to do is right click it and copy image. As always you are free to share and use these cards at your discretion, provided you reference back to this site, my social media account, Mathbomb, and credit this tool’s creator, Eric Watkins. Note: As this head to head comparison is all time, individual player RAS will vary from the scores shown on their own page or the main menu for the site. It will, however, match their all time score.

Let us see your favorite head to head matchups!

RAS Comparison

JT Woods Scott Nelson
Baylor - 2022 H2H RAS As SS Wisconsin - 2022
Hand: 8.5 9.43 9.69 Hand: 9
Arm: 32.375 Arm: 30.75
Height 6021 9.31 9.10 6020 Height
Weight 195 2.11 5.19 204 Weight
Bench 14 4.11 4.11 14 Bench
40 yd dash 4.36 9.93 9.06 4.49 40 yd dash
20 split 2.56 9.61 9.24 2.59 20 split
10 split 1.54 9.36 9.92 1.5 10 split
Vertical 39.5 9.54 9.54 39.5 Vertical
Broad 1008 9.63 9.24 1006 Broad
Shuttle 4.19 7.82 8.53 4.14 Shuttle
3-Cone 6.94 7.69 9.16 6.8 3-Cone
RAS Comparison Card @Mathbomb

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22 comments

  • I think I may understand what the issue is here. When you log on to the home page the database begins to download. I didn’t notice it and scrolled right past where the data would eventually be and clicked player compare which brought me to where the information would not be. My issue was solved by simply waiting for the data to populate on the home page.

  • I think it matters how far back you go. Enter Jerry Rice and get a blank. Enter Calvin Johnson and you get numbers, etc.

    • Rice came out in 1985, two years before this database reaches. The NFL started the combine officially on 1985, but it wasn’t until a few years later that it started publishing results, and even later than that in which results were published reliably.

    • It’s new, so we’re still working out the kinks. Try using just the player names first, only use the schools or positions if a different player with the same name shows up.

      • Good tip. Finally got it to work. Typed in Cole Strange on top and Chasen Hines on the bottom, did not input the school, and compared them as offensive guards.

        You get an A for content but F for usability. Understandable, content is king. But now you really need to focus on make the data more accessible.

        Suggestions
        1 Don’t wipe out the user input, that’s nasty, early web stuff.
        2 Get rid of the college input for now, since it’s not necessary in most cases for search.
        3. Have auto-fill for the player name. It’s really worth it.
        4. Why do you have to make the comparison work before anything else on the site works?
        5. Actually this is the most import – when you click on your team coming into the site, don’t display a [table 43] where the content should be. 99% of users will leave the site after this.

        Again, great content. RAS is a new concept I just heard of recently and apparently the Patriots used it extensively in their draft. There’s a lot of interest in sites like this! But at this point it’s unusable for all but the most persistent. Good luck!

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