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Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
Your info is factual but must be missing something since so many posters have stated that our coaches have no recruiting plan and are terrible recruiters who cannot close. Of course, since the vast majority of this class was completed before the end of August, that must mean that we do have a plan and were able to close with most of our early targets and priorities.
I email back and forth with a Tater buddy throughout the year about USC and CU sports. We were talking about recruiting the other day and he was talking about how they had a chance to have a really special class. I told him that I would still take ours over theirs. I tried to explain my reasoning in regard to the depth and never really got my point across. I'm going to copy and paste your info and send it to him. That should do the trick.
p.s. - I upvoted you. You're welcome.
"Hits;" i.e., recruits who develop into multi-year starters, are the only legitimate way to judge recruiting success over time. It would be interesting to find out the percentage of 5-star recruits who turn out to be hits, vs. 3-stars. The difference might be significant. Or it might not be.
This post was edited by Kelso Red on 1/31/2013 at 12:58 PM
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