Relative Athletic Score (RAS)

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  1. Extra Point

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    The Relative Athletic Score is a way of assessing athleticism based on Combine and Pro Day results. It takes the results of different tests and drills and combines them into one single number. It's on a scale of 0-10 and 5 is average. It was created by a man named Kent Platte.

    Objective systems such as this are beneficial to us because whites are undervalued as athletes by the mainstream media. They frequently call white men who are athletic "unathletic." Systems such as the RAS reveal the truth about anti-white biases in the mainstream media.

    Here's an explanation of the RAS by the inventor. https://sidelionreport.com/2015/06/13/ras-relative-athl

    Here's an interview with the inventor. http://www.giants.com/videos/videos/Big-Blue-Kickoff-Live-306/9590e691-b6ef-45a3-95ed-8ebd9346258c

    Here's a list of RAS scores for 2018. https://relativeathleticscores.com/2018/03/06/2018-nfl-
     
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    There is a strong correlation between players getting drafted and a higher RAS score.
     
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    There is a strong correlation between the RAS and a player's success in the NFL.

    Athletic measurements favor white players. The stereotype is that white men are unathletic and measuring systems such as the RAS and SPARQ contradict that false stereotype.

    For that reason we should promote the RAS and the SPARQ measuring systems as much as possible. If you post on a normie site mention the RAS of a white player for example.
     

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