ESPN’s Sport Science looks at Haden and Tebow

By Adam Silverstein
April 20, 2010

ESPN announced last week that former Florida Gators cornerback Joe Haden was selected as one of 12 college football players who will be featured on segments from the network’s three-time Emmy Award-winning program Sport Science during its coverage of the 2010 NFL Draft.

The show, hosted by John Brenkus, “brings the world’s top professional athletes together with cutting-edge technology in state-of-the-art scientific facilities to test the limits of human athletic abilities. At the same time, the series challenges popular assumptions about athletes and sports,” according to ESPN.

OGGOA has come across video of the segment the show taped with Haden as well as one previously unannounced featuring quarterback Tim Tebow.

VIDEOS: Joe Haden | Tim Tebow

EXTRA VIDEO: Wide receiver Riley Cooper on ESPN‘s First Take

Haden’s segment explores his range and body control, while Tebow’s (of course) looks at his brand new throwing motion and how it has changed.

All 12 special segments will air throughout the network’s coverage of the NFL Draft from April 22-24. Other big names who will be featured include Nebraska defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh and South Florida defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul.

One Comment

  1. Joe says:

    Joe’s looking like a top ten pick alright! Impressive stretch out and interception.

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