OK, so going over the CFA with my son, we are amazed, are these run times for real? Is everyone that is going to the academy a skinny runner?! My son is a super smart math physics whiz, 3 sport athlete (avg skill level) and 2 club president. Big guy who has made it to the varsity football squad this his senior year. He is a lineman, he is not a big fat flabby kid, but he is a big kid. No way in He## is this kid going to get through a mile anywhere close to 7 minutes, let alone 6. He may get a 7:30 and he will be working hard for it AFTER football season. The skinny runner body habitus results in poor blocking and your QBACK getting smashed by the defense, so that can't happen until after the season is over. So my question is (I know that nobody knows the mins), but will a 7:30 mile pass for him? Are there qualified candidates out there lurking that are willing to share their not so great CFA and yet they still passed and gained an appointment? He will be able to knock out 50-60 pushups and situps after some training.... but the run scores I keep seeing make me shake my head... candidates are posting "I ran a 5:50, is that good enough?"... really? Seems crazy that the AVERAGE run was listed as 6:13.... no way.... no way... Any thoughts to this heading shaking dad?