If you were a single man looking to settle down and you met two girls who are basically similar in looks, personality etc. however, you soon found out:
1) One them is beginning medical school for neuroscience.
2) The other who is getting her masters in
Who becomes more attractive in your mind?
It makes sense to give a kid a bump if Bama takes them. Because they are proven developers of high NFL draft picks.
However, it is completely unfair to lower a kid based of a coaching staff at Tennessee that has only been there a year...
He is committed and will only get better. Nice to see him listed as a five star but we get mad if they drop in the rankings but expect all the 3 stars we get to be 4 stars by signing day. All players can’t stay the same or move up. Some have to drop but it doesn’t change the quality of player.
Jesus dude why do you ALWAYS think you know more about everything concerning college football then everyone else? You don’t. As a matter of fact, I doubt you know more than 99% of VN. But you sure think you do.
I said "it makes sense" for recruiting websites to follow those offers (Bama, UGA, OSU)- which they ABSOLUTELY do.
And it is ALSO absolutely unfair to drop a kid based off a Tenn offer when the staff has only been in place for 1 year.
Not to mention ...they're NOT really scouts if they're going off offers. :/
A real scout knows talent because he knows exactly how it affects the game of football.
- How and where a players talent translates to skill set in the game of football. Not how kids look running around in shorts and 1 on 1 drills :/.
He knows what he see's on tape. Recruiting websites and player development organizations (NPA) are just snapshots of the world of recruiting and promote based off popularity or money.
A scout see's a kid that 6'5 245 lbs running like a deer, and says that kid has some tools. The same kid get's stonewalled by a LT on friday night and only makes a few plays the rest of the game because a lack of motor, or technique and the scouts knows this isn't a 4 star player. The recruiting website guys give him a 4 star and waits to see what colleges offer before moving him down or up.