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  1. #211

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDC325 View Post
    Well basic stats will tell you if the population sizes are different you cant go off raw numbers....The odds of a five star making the NFL are astronomically higher than a two or three. You could not have more than probably three teams if you just depended on five stars to fill the NFL ranks.

    A five-star recruit had a three-in-five chance of getting drafted (16 of 27).
    A four-star had a one-in-five chance (77 of 395).
    A three-star had a one-in-18 chance (92 of 1,644).
    A two-star/unrated recruit had a one-in-34 chance (71 of 2,434).

    Yep worthless....This takes out the G5 vs P5 argument all together.

    Four- and five-star recruits were 995 percent more likely to be drafted in the first round than their lesser-ranked counterparts.

    https://www.sbnation.com/college-foo...tars-two-stars
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  2. #212

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSU08 View Post
    so west ga has a roster as good as what we had in FCS then, right?
    How does that even correlate or make sense? Not sure I follow...

  3. #213

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctowneagle View Post
    How does that even correlate or make sense? Not sure I follow...

    west ga upset us back in the day. Therefore, since they upset us, their roster was just as talented as the rosters we were getting in FCS, right?

  4. #214

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSU08 View Post
    FAKE NEWS
    Has to be right I mean how does it just happen to come out that way for every single star rating....Its almost as if the star rankings are not just pulled out of hat.
    Dirk E. Sanchez, Overyonder, GA 2001

    Quote Originally Posted by half-n-half View Post
    you missed JDC's point.

  5. #215

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDC325 View Post
    Has to be right I mean how does it just happen to come out that way for every single star rating....Its almost as if the star rankings are not just pulled out of hat.

    I wonder if some people buy mega million tickets and think, "nah, the odds of winning can't really be accurate. I've probably got a really good chance at winning"

  6. #216

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSU08 View Post
    west ga upset us back in the day. Therefore, since they upset us, their roster was just as talented as the rosters we were getting in FCS, right?
    Absolutely, that totally makes sense. Its not like there is any other factors in football besides recruiting ranking and talent right. If you want to debate something, its probably not best to pull the exception card. More talented teams lose every day for a variety of reasons... I guess that Woffords basketball team has a more talented roster that UNC right.

  7. #217

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    Quote Originally Posted by PowerEagle View Post
    For all the criticism of our recruiting and saying "Foster, Lunsford, Cabral and Sloan are recruiting specialists, why aren't we doing better, blah blah blah" please remember that recruiting is not a 1-2 week deal, but these coaches must establish a relationship with the kids and the kids family over the course of time to effectively recruit. I'm sure there are some kids we lost due to this past seasons performance, plus the 4-5 weeks of uncertainty concerning who the head coach would be. It's a bit ridiculous to expect us to sign 20+ 3-star kids on an early signing period after what has happened in the last 6 months with our program. Now, if NEXT year we are facing the same issues, then by all means be concerned and get your pitchforks back out.
    CY said recruiting is like shaving. You have to do it everyday to be successful.
    Poster formerly known as gudp1

  8. #218

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    Quote Originally Posted by AcctEagle221 View Post
    Absolutely, that totally makes sense. Its not like there is any other factors in football besides recruiting ranking and talent right. If you want to debate something, its probably not best to pull the exception card. More talented teams lose every day for a variety of reasons... I guess that Woffords basketball team has a more talented roster that UNC right.
    Exactly the point I was making when people tried to compare our skill level with that of Alabama because of our one good game against them.

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    Someone answer this question for me please? What coach in all of football doesn't want kids that "fit" their program? Everyone wants kids that work hard, go to class and make good grades, stay out of trouble and run 4.5 40's, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDC325 View Post
    A five-star recruit had a three-in-five chance of getting drafted (16 of 27).
    A four-star had a one-in-five chance (77 of 395).
    A three-star had a one-in-18 chance (92 of 1,644).
    A two-star/unrated recruit had a one-in-34 chance (71 of 2,434).
    Thank you, that's exactly what I was wanting to see.
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