Discussion in 'The Tiger's Den' started by Tiger_fan, Jan 16, 2013.
Yep, you're self-depreciating.
As to why it's good to have two four-stars instead of one five star: it's simple. If one of the four-stars fizzles out, you still have another waiting in the wings. If one DOESN'T fizzle out, he's got another nipping at his heels, pushing him to greatness. The lone five-star offers neither of these.
You do know the QB that won the Super Bowl last night was a 3* player out of high school? Flacco was listed as No. 39 among quarterback prospects in the class of 2003.
LSU is getting things in order, you'll be happy once things are done.
Of course. Recruiting is just a numbers game, when it comes right down to it. The star-ranking system is simply an indicator of likelihood...like preseason rankings. The higher one is, the more likely things will pan out. I have just seen some in this thread say it's better to have one five-star over two four stars, and my post was an argument against that philosophy.
Didnt Frank Wilson say something like he doesn't care what the recruiting services say, could be a 2 star, if they like what they see they will recruit that kid.
Then, in short order, that kid automatically becomes a 3 star.
Tweet from Jennings:
No Mardi Gras break for me. I got to
Got high hopes for this guy. Go walk the walk, kid.
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