NL scout says Tim Tebow is “fringe but servicable” outfielder, would be okay to put in left field, arm lacks true carry, 45-grade Taylor Blake Ward (@TaylorBlakeWard) August 30, 2016 Tim Tebow’s scouting report from today’s MLB showcase FOX Sports: MLB (@MLBONFOX) August 30, 2016 Sound familiar? The above scouting report based on a 20-to-80 scale used in baseball circles might as well be an evaluation of Tebows football prowess. He has some physical tools to suggest he could make it as a professional athlete, but he also has certain (rather significant) shortcomings that figure to limit his success at the highest level. To complicate matters, Tebow had the same positive mindset that people have long been drawn to coming out of Tuesdays workout, suggesting hell continue to have vocal supporters even if/when he ultimately proves hes just not cut out for life as an MLB outfielder. Its no different than his lackluster NFL career, which some still arent ready to bury despite him clearly showing hes not good enough. I just want to be someone (who pursues) what I believe in, what Im passionate about, Tebow said, according to ESPN.com. interview skills eflA lot of people are like, What if you fail? What if you dont make it? Guess what? I dont have to live with regret. I did everything I could, I pushed it, so I would rather be someone (who) can live with peace and no regret than the what if or being scared if I didnt make it.
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Randy Hufford last year after learning he won the Career Makeover contest. (File Photo) QUINCY, Ill. (WGEM) – A former winner of the WGEM John Wood Community College career makeover is seeing the value in his education. Randy Hufford of Quincy won the career makeover last year,giving him free tuition and books at JWCC. Now Hufford’sin the final year of the manufacturing technology program, andit’s already paying off for him.He was recently promoted from his welder job to a detail draftsman position at Titan Wheel in Quincy. Hufford has a message for anyone considering going back to school. “Do it. Just flat out do it,” Hufford said.”Because it will be one of the greatest experiences of your life. It will change you in ways that you can’t even imagine. All for the good.” While at JWCC, Hufford has maintained a 4.0 GPA. Heis on pace to graduate in the Spring. http://camdencrawfordfocus.redcarolinaparaguay.org/2016/09/03/some-tips-on-painless-job-negotiation-systemsHufford says is now much happier when he get’s home.
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