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SHOTLIST:AP Video - AP Clients only Frisco, Texas February 10, 20141. Low angle, wide shot of college football players aiming to be in the draft, doing sprint drills. 2. Mid shot of Jace Amaro, taking his mark on a sprint drill 3. Mid shot of Josh Stewart taking his mark on a sprint drill 4. SOUNDBITE (English): Josh Stewart, Oklahoma State University (verbatim below) 5. Athletes training on a hydraulic squat machine 6. Low angle shot of sand bag that athletes drag for a sprint drill 7. Josh Stewart dragging a sand bag that's attached to his waist 8. Athletes sprinting9. Athlete taking his mark on the field 10. SOUNDBITE (English): Jace Amaro, Tight End, Texas Tech University (verbatim below)11. Tight shot on athlete's shoes, sprinting12. Wide of athletes practicing 13. SOUNDBITE (English): Jace Amaro, Tight End, Texas Tech University (verbatim below)AP video San Diego, California December 20, 200914. File video showing members of the Cincinnati Bengals running out of the tunnel at an away game in San Diego. 15. San Diego Chargers players warming up. 16. CU on Bengal helmets AP VideoAustin, Texas February 17, 201417. SOUNDBITE (English): Craig Flowers, Executive VP APTUS Discovery (Verbatim below)18. Cutaway of Flowers holding a baseball 19. Flowers looking at his computer AP VideoFrisco, Texas February 10, 201420. Wide shot of potential draftees gathering together for a huddle 21. Mid shot of potential draftees huddling up AP VideoAustin, Texas February 17, 201422. Man taking the APTUS evaluation on an iPad. 23. SOUNDBITE (English): Craig Flowers, Executive VP APTUS Discovery (Verbatim below)24. Closeup on man's hands using stylus to taking the APTUS evaluation25. Oblique shot of man taking exam on the iPad.26. Closeup on man's face 27. Mid shot on man taking the evaluation 28. SOUNDBITE (English): Craig Flowers, Executive VP APTUS Discovery (Verbatim below)29. Tight shot of University of Kentucky hat, UK is a client of APTUS30. College memorabilia on an APTUS hard shell case AP Video San Diego, California December 20, 200931. Mid shot of NFL logo on a field 32. Bengal players huddling up AP VideoFrisco, Texas February 10, 201433. Player doing sprint drill 34. Players doing squat drill 35. Player doing sprint drill, being held by a waist belt, then taking off 36. Jace Amaro doing a sprint drill SCRIPT:NATS-GO ! GO! GO!COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYERS AND NFL PROSPECTS LIKE JACE AMARO AND JOSH STEWART GET THE FINEST COACHING--SOUNDBITE (English): Josh Stewart, Oklahoma State University "It's so exciting. It's what I wanted to do since I was a little kid-be an NFL player." SPENDING HOURS WORKING OUT, SO THEY HAVE AN EDGE AT THE NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE'S COMBINE… A SERIES OF WORKOUTS THAT HELP TEAMS DECIDE WHICH COLLEGE PLAYERS THEY'LL DRAFT… SOUNDBITE (English): Jace Amaro, Tight End, Texas Tech University"You only get one shot to show off your athletic ability and I am going to make the most of it." THOUGH ITS NOT JUST PHYSICAL PROWESS TEAMS ARE KEEPING AN EYE ON-SOUNDBITE (English): Jace Amaro, Tight End, Texas Tech University"We're preparing for questions at this facility right now so I feel pretty confident about that." TEAMS USE ALSO WRITTEN TESTS AND PLAYER INTERVIEWS TO SEE WHO'S A GOOD FIT… BUT OFTEN THOSE TECHNIQUES STILL AREN'T A GOOD MEASURE OF TALENT SOUNDBITE (English): Craig Flowers, Executive VP APTUS Discovery"I have coaches tell me we get it right less than 50% of the time."CRAIG FLOWERS, A RETIRED ARMY COLONEL, HELPS RUN A COMPANY CALLED APTUS DISCOVERY. IT HELPS COACHES SEE HOW A PLAYER MIGHT FIT INTO A TEAM USING BEHAVIORIAL, COGNITIVE AND STRESS ANALYSIS - TECHNIQUES GLEANED FROM PSYCHOLOGY, BUSINESS, AND THE MILITARY. SOUNDBITE (English): Craig Flowers, Executive VP APTUS Discovery"It's an interactive discovery process using the latest technology. It's not a test." ATHLETES USE TABLET COMPUTERS AND COMPLETE A SERIES OF LOGIC AND MENTAL EXERCISES. THERE ARE NO WRONG ANSWERS AND THERE IS NO WAY TO STUDY UP. SOUNDBITE (English): Craig Flowers, Executive VP APTUS Discovery"Aptus helps coaches adapt to a player's needs so they use the most of their time." FLOWERS COUNTS COLLEGE ATHLETIC PROGRAMS AND NFL TEAMS AS CLIENTELE. APTUS WILL BE AT THE NFL COMBINE WITH RESULTS FROM RECRUITS IT HAS ALREADY COMPILED…NATS- UP ! UP! UP! SHOULD TEAMS WANT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT WHO THEY'RE GOING TO PICK. JOHN MONE ASSOCIATED PRESS, AUSTIN TEXAS.