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our commit list but it only shows four 4 stars in the team rankings.
It's been that way for a while so I thought it would eventually correct itself.
Seems like the 90 point 4 stars aren't included as 4 stars in the team rankings.
Team rankings are comprised of composite rankings for each player
This post was edited by watersrl 15 months ago
DJ Park's score of 0.8969 must be a 4 then.
Rounding I guess.
What do you guys think of 24/7 using the composite rankings as their team rankings? I think it's a very cool feature but I'd rather see where our class stands based solely on how 24/7 ranks them opposed to the composite because I believe the best evaluators are here. Rivals has been outed by a former evaluator as bowing to the pressure of some of their larger team sites inflating recruits rankings. To me the best case scenario would be 2 sets of team rankings, one based solely on 24/7 rankings and one on the composite score.
"Those who live in the past are cowards and losers" -- Mike Ditka
This makes sense to me as well. I understand them wanting a blended average but as you mention 247 evals seem to be the most thorough. Would love to see a comparison between the two top 25 rankings. Probably would be fairly close at the top but I bet you'd see some swings as you move further down in the top 25 teams.
Agreed. I'd prefer the 24/7 rankings to be the default.
Didn't someone from 247 post a statement about its final player rankings that was very emphatic about not caring where players were originally ranked or ranked by other sites.
Why then would they only have a composite team ranking ? I understand having one, but not also having one based solely on 247 rankings seems contradictory.
This post was edited by Roisin Dubh 15 months ago
I agree completely with this. ESPN is at least as bad as anyone else in regards to bias. I just compare the classes in regards to 247 rankings. I've heard so much of the stuff you referred to about the other sites that I do not pay attention to rankings other than 247's. The rankings would be similar, but there would definitely be some shuffling of teams.
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
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