Field Force Representatives do not have access to the whole candidate score for each candidate, but they do have access, on the field Force Portal, tw information like ACT and SAT scores, as well as achievements for each candidate in their region. They also talk to the candidates, and have a fairly good perspective for each of their candidates qualifications. Thus, they could if they wanted kind of give a perspective for where he or she stands, as to other candidates in the district.
In my son's experience a couple years ago his ffr didn't share that type of information. However, the regional commanders at West Point we're very open and candid about where he stood, and also told him exactly where he needed to improve to get on the top of the list. When we took our very first visit to usma admissions, and sat in on the briefing, we spoke with the RC who was on duty. He pulled open the district information, and not only told my son how how high his ACT score needed to get to beat out the kid in front of him (told him he needed at least a 31), but what other accomplishments the other kids had who were at the top of the district, and what my son needed to do to get over them. He actually asked my son if he knew a few of the kids. He didn't, but I thought that was interesting. It was a great meeting, as my son walked out of there incredibly motivated, and ultimately he more than accomplished everything recommended. Got the ACT to 33, and won the slot easily. Other kids in district also ended up with a spot off nwl.
Talk to your Regional Commanders. They have a ton of information, and are willing to share it. It also never hurts to get your name somewhat familiar with the RCs.