MAX EMFINGER'S National Top 40

Discussion in 'LSU RECRUITING' started by Turbotigerfan, Jan 23, 2004.

  1. Turbotigerfan

    Turbotigerfan Freshman

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    1. SOUTHERN CAL - (18) - 4.56 Points


    2. LOUISIANA STATE - (22) - 4.50 Points


    3. GEORGIA - (16) - 4.44 Points


    4. FLORIDA - (13) - 4.38 Points


    4. OKLAHOMA - (15) - 4.38 Points


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  2. conradj

    conradj Freshman

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    Wow, Fla. #4 with only 13 commits. Whats up with that. They arent nearly that high on anyone elses list
     
  3. ChineseBandit

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    Hrm if Rivals gives it to USC but Insiders gives it to LSU, will we have a split recruiting National Championship?
     
  4. bayareatiger

    bayareatiger If it's too loud YOU'RE TOO OLD

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    We might have a split national recruiting championship, but USC will ALWAYS be the PEOPLE'S RECRUITING CHAMPION!

    Power to the correct people, I say!
     
  5. NHTIGER

    NHTIGER Freshman

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    conradj, Emfinger is basing his rankings...

    on average stars per player, whereas Rivals for instance bases it on total points. Thus in Rivals the more commitments you have , the better chances you have for a high ranking since it is purely numbers-based. Average number of stars, as any business major knows, is equivalent to net profits, whereas rivals system is equivalent to gross sales. The ironic thing, however, is that I read the gator boards all the time and they think they are having a horrible year outside of their 5-member OL class!
     

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