Things wrong with this list that jump out to me immediately---
Blake Bell is still ranked ahead of Heaps and Scroggins. He is still raw with a couple unimpressive showings this summer and if he wasn't 6'6, he wouldn't sniff the top-100.
Sims is clearly the #1 QB because he's a Bama verbal.
DeMarcus Milliner is a highly talented player, but I doubt he'd be ranked ahead of Lamarcus Joyner if he had committed to Tennessee.
ESPN's Scouts Inc. essentially labeled Martavis Bryant a less gifted version of Justin Hunter, yet Bryant is #36 and Hunter isn't in the top-100. Could it have something to do with the fact that Hunter is committed to LSU, one of Alabama's rvials?
When you actually look at this list and compare names one-to-one, this list is still terrible. It's taking shape, but when you put names side-by-side, this is a very flawed list.
Welcome aboard, Michael Palardy.