As if being 6'3 and 240 wasn't scary enough, now they are using science to make Tim Tebow the perfect weapon. From Andy Staples in the Tampa Tribune.
Eleven red lights glowed as Tebow drifted toward the plates. He brought the ball to his ear, pulled it back and fired.
The sensors and 11 cameras analyzed Tebow's movements to improve his already strong arm. What the video showed was that Tebow relied too much on arm velocity, leading to soreness in his shoulder. Now, he has incorporated leg strength and trunk movement in this throwing motion. So instead of throwing a ball 75 yards, now he'll throw it 95.