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Seven of the top 50 draft prospects were two stars or worse. Good article from 247's Barton Simmons:
Among the top 50 NFL prospects available for this weekends draft, seven were rated 2-stars or worse coming out of high school. We look at how they slipped through the cracks.
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Man, how good would Lane Johnson have looked in the burnt orange last fall?
That's 14% of the top 50.
How many prospects are two star or less overall each year?
That's a good question.
Roughly 60pct of all players are rated 2 star and below.
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an exact point.
we can play this all day long and this class hasn't even been drafted.
1. QB Luck- 6,0, high four stars.
2. QB Griffin- four stars. should have been higher. grade risk. known recruit. bigtime player.
3. RB Richardson- five stars.
4. OL Kahlil- five stars.
5. WR Blackmon- high three stars. should have been much higher. i guess that's a miss.
1. QB Newton- five stars.
2. OLB Miller- high four stars. should have been higher.
3. DT Dareus- high four stars. should have been higher.
4. WR Green. five stars.
5. CB Peterson- five stars.
6. WR Jones- five stars.
i think the title should be this is not a strong draft.
and Bobby is right. if you're averaging 60% vs. the top 10% does happen. what;s more likely?
RGIII a grade risk?
Sorry man, but RGIII not a grade risk at all...both military parents stressed education...which is one reason why RGIII graduated from BAY in 3 years
This post was edited by mcb0703 15 months ago
i stand corrected and have him confused w/ another recruit.
"The person who scouted Ghana missed on him. " That was a good line.
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