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  1. #31

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    I'll never be bored enough to closely follow recruiting, but coaching and player development matter way more

  2. #32

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    Quote Originally Posted by BravesBrownsGS View Post
    I'll never be bored enough to closely follow recruiting, but coaching and player development matter way more
    +1

  3. #33

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    Quote Originally Posted by BravesBrownsGS View Post
    I'll never be bored enough to closely follow recruiting, but coaching and player development matter way more
    How I wish it were true at best as much but not close to way more. Most FBS coaching staffs are competent and or there is a not huge difference most times outside of the elite outliers, rosters how ever can vary wildly in the FBS or a lot more than coaching and development ability between FBS teams. Some actual research on the subject. They will send you the papers if you request for free.

    http://journals.sagepub.com/action/d...all+recruiting

    https://www.researchgate.net/search?...l%20recruiting

    Dirk E. Sanchez, Overyonder, GA 2001

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

  4. Default Re: NSD #1

    Itís what you do when you get there...player development is more important than being a 3 or 4 star out of high school

  5. #35

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSUALLDAY25 View Post
    It’s what you do when you get there...player development is more important than being a 3 or 4 star out of high school
    Not true

    https://www.foxsports.com/college-fo...bertson-020116

    https://www.cbssports.com/college-fo...ankings-right/

    Odds of Becoming an All-American, by Recruiting Ranking
    5–Star: 1 in 4.
    Top 100: 1 in 6.
    4–Star: 1 in 16.
    3–Star: 1 in 56.
    2–Star: 1 in 127.
    All FBS Signees: 1 in 45.

    Dirk E. Sanchez, Overyonder, GA 2001

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

  6. #36

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    I would agree with this to an extent. For a school our size and the types of recruits we are generally working with, it is vital that we develop our guys. The biggest difference in the 3* kids and 4 or 5* kids is their readiness to play. The 4 and 5 * guys are usually more physically mature and are able to contribute earlier in their careers where with the 3 *, they are undersized or maybe late bloomers , so they need a lot more developing to reach the same production level as the 4 or 5 *.

  7. #37

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctowneagle View Post
    I would agree with this to an extent. For a school our size and the types of recruits we are generally working with, it is vital that we develop our guys. The biggest difference in the 3* kids and 4 or 5* kids is their readiness to play. The 4 and 5 * guys are usually more physically mature and are able to contribute earlier in their careers where with the 3 *, they are undersized or maybe late bloomers , so they need a lot more developing to reach the same production level as the 4 or 5 *.
    A high three star is a P5 coveted prospect a low three star borderline two could end up a Furman, most P5 rosters are made up of high three star recruits and can start day one. There is a small amount of four and especially five star kids.

    Dirk E. Sanchez, Overyonder, GA 2001

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

  8. #38

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    Id take a team of 5 star kids over a team of 3 star kids all day every day.

  9. #39

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSU08 View Post
    Id take a team of 5 star kids over a team of 3 star kids all day every day.
    Regression analysis indicates that for teams in the SEC, the Big Ten, and the Big Twelve, 63% to 80% of a team's success in their respective conference can be attributed to successful recruiting practices.

    http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/...7-9541.7.1.139

    Cary A. Caro
    Division of Business, Xavier University of New Orleans, 1 Drexel Drive – Box 52, New Orleans, LA 70125-1098, USA

    I'm gonna go with research rather than anecdotal examples and sayings that get said all the time with no evidence of being true, but to each his own.

    Dirk E. Sanchez, Overyonder, GA 2001

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

  10. #40

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    *waits for someone to post about hidden gems*

    Lol

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