How far can the average high school QB throw?

How far can the average high school QB throw?

I have only seen a couple HS QBs that could throw over 55. Even fewer over 60, farthest would probably be about seventy yards for college. I could probably throw 45 in high school without pads and about 40 with pads.

How fast does the average person throw a football?

The average speed of an NFL throw is 60mph.

How fast does the average NFL QB throw?

60 mph
Quarterbacks don’t get much over 60 mph, no matter who’s throwing. It should be noted that Thomas’s record is only for players who threw for velocity.

What is the longest throw in NFL history?

99-yard touchdown pass
Trivia. In 1983 Raiders player Jim Plunkett threw a 99-yard touchdown pass, the longest in NFL history.

How much should a QB bench?

Bench: 225 lbs. Squat: 345 lbs.

How fast can Brett Favre throw a baseball?

Brett Favre throws a ball 67 MPH to Antonio Freeman to clinch the NFC Wildcard win.

How Far Can John Elway throw a football?

70 yard
John Elway Elway could throw a 70 yard pass down the field and get it right on the money.

Who throws the best spiral in the NFL?

1. Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers. It’s no surprise that the undisputed best quarterback in the NFL also throws the best deep ball.

Which QB holds the ball the longest?

What NFL quarterback holds the ball the longest?

Carl Brumbaugh 60 103
Keith Molesworth 36 120
Al Moore 2 0
Bernie Masterson 72 409

How fast can Brett Favre throw a football?

Figures for football greats are largely anecdotal but indicate that the greatest quarterbacks had exceptional throwing speed. Brett Favre is estimated at 63 mph, and Indianapolis Colts QB Peyton Manning, 59 mph on short hard throws.

What is the best position to throw the ball?

Keeping the ball tight to your head will result in a high elbow drive, maximizing throw power and minimizing strain in Checkpoints 4 and 5. The lead position the elbow has to be in to support the wrist.

What is the zero position in football throws?

“Zero” position is the orthopedic term given to this position because the rotator cuff muscles are neutral with no strain on them – that is, it’s the optimal position prior to the release because it minimizes strain on the joints and muscles involved in football throwing mechanics.

What happens to your arm when you throw a football?

The throwing arm now releases its energy, extended outward and upward toward the intended target. Complete extension, and firing the wrist at the exact moment, maximizes power, accuracy and spiral of the ball.

What position does the elbow have to be in to throw?

The lead position the elbow has to be in to support the wrist. You may have heard coaches say “get the elbow up” – because the elbow only needs to go high enough to get over and ahead of the shoulder on the throw.