Note that the “NFL%” and “z-score” columns refer to the NFL positional averages and not to the draft positional averages. This means that a 0.0 z-score and 50.0 percentile would represent a player who rates as a league-average NFL athlete at the position. The average NFL player is pretty athletic, so this designation is not at all a poor result.

<strong>Disclaimer:</strong> pSPARQ is not perfect and will not yield a perfect representation of any player’s athletic profile. It is meant to give us an idea of where a given player stands athletically relative to his peers. If you have any questions about the particulars, I posted an FAQ: <a href=”https://3sigmaathlete.com/faq/”>https://3sigmaathlete.com/faq/</a&gt;.

This sheet will be updated throughout the draft. Please note that the measureables used to calculate each player’s SPARQ can be found by scrolling to the right of the “NFL%” column.