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Shaq Wiggins at 39/150
Quinton Powell at 99/261
Kelsey Griffin at 100/105
David Williams at 131/192
Keith Bryant at 135/161
Connor Mitch at 225/ 3 star
Larenz Bryant at 236/107
Washington, Knott, Johnson, Vonashek, Park, Sasser, Senat and Rodgers all finished as 4 stars on ESPN.
This post was edited by tdogrw 18 months ago
Haven't followed ESPN rankings.... did the majority of these players move up? Stay the same? Or move down? Just wondering if you happen to know.
Wiggins and Griffin moved up, I saw that on twitter. Not sure about the other guys. I don't follow ESPN either. I just look at their final rankings because of the composite score on here.
That is good publicity, and I'm sure that dabo had to change his big board because of any changes they made, but I have seen ESPN have several serious head scratchers in their rankings. They have Larenz Bryant ranked as around the #15 OLB in the country. There is no way there are 14 OLB prospects better than him. I'm pretty sure they have Rolin ranked ahead of Bryant.
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
Just curious, but what makes that impossible?
Our class could really turn out top notch with the addition of Wiggins, Powell, Senat, Bryant and Rodgers.
They have Bryant as an ILB #236 overall. They have Rolin as an OLB and #80.
I think the fact they have Bryant in the 200s and 247 has him in the 50s is crazy.
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