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Who's really doing well in the 1-on-1 drill

Nov. 6, 2013
 
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Every year, we tally the records for the one-on-one pass rushing/pass blocking drill during camp. That's all fine and dandy except it often offered little context because there was no way to know who each player went against. That's where a†graduate student from the University of Minnesota named Luke Stanke came in.†He offered to develop a ratings system similar to the RPI in college basketball to determine who's really doing well in the drill.†RPI is†the average of one part winning percentage, two parts strength of schedule (opponents winning percentage), and one part opponents strength of schedule (opponents opponents winning percentage). Stanke is a Green Bay native is studying quantitative methods in education and says "while most of my work is in education, I enjoy applying what I know to sports." He updated the rankings this morning based win-loss information provided by the Press-Gazette's Rob Demovsky who, along with Pete Dougherty, graded each rep in practice.

Rank No. Name Pos. W - L RPI
1 63 Saturday C 2 - 0 0.77
2 71 Sitton G 6 - 0 0.71
3 52 Matthews LB 4 - 3 0.69
4 90 Raji DT 8 - 7 0.69
5 54 Moses LB 6 - 3 0.65
6 74 Newhouse T 9 - 2 0.64
7 75 Bulaga T 10 - 0 0.63
8 73 Dominguez G 10 - 2 0.62
9 70 Lang G 8 - 0 0.61
10 72 Taylor T 8 - 4 0.59
11 79 Pickett DT 0 - 2 0.58
12 53 Perry LB 3 - 8 0.57
13 93 Walden LB 4 - 3 0.56
14 54 Van Roten G 10 - 1 0.55
15 76 Daniels DT 2 - 6 0.55
16 95 Hargrove DE 3 - 5 0.55
17 96 Neal DE 4 - 6 0.55
18 60 Draheim C 10 - 4 0.55
19 62 Dietrich-Smith C/G 6 - 2 0.53
20 77 Muir DT 5 - 11 0.53
21 99 Worthy DE 1 - 8 0.53
22 65 Genus C 4 - 4 0.53
23 98 Wilson DE 1 - 7 0.53
24 69 Allard T 8 - 7 0.51
25 94 Wynn DE 2 - 10 0.50
26 67 Barclay G 9 - 8 0.48
27 91 Guy DE 2 - 11 0.46
28 77 Datko T 9 - 11 0.46
29 69 Merling DE 1 - 8 0.45
30 59 Jones LB 0 - 5 0.39
31 97 So'oto LB 0 - 6 0.33
32 64 McCabe T 0 - 1 0.31
It's interesting to note that the starting offensive line is 35-2. The only two losses were by Marshall Newhouse against Clay Matthews. ... Among defensive players, undrafted rookie Dezman Moses has the third-highest ranking behind Matthews and B.J. Raji.  

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