‘23 NC WR Nathan Leacock (Tennessee commit)

sjt18

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Wrong as usual. The rule always exists regardless of how many exceptions or outliers are present.
Um, no. If you say that 4 stars are more talented than 3 stars and then have 3 stars outplay 4 stars on a very regular basis... your "rule" has failed.

But you keep up your ridiculous notions on recruiting.
Nothing ridiculous about it. If there were... you would actually address my points rather than deflecting and making personal attacks.

There may be other, better measures but I have not seen one. Each year more 3* will be drafted than 4/5* combined. About 80% of 4* won't be drafted. Again... that means your "rule" fails.

Leacock's talent is not dependent on whether he gets 4* or not. He was talented when UT discovered and offered him. Every bit as talented as he is now. However by your rule he would have been a lesser player had he not gotten that 4th star.
 

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Um, no. If you say that 4 stars are more talented than 3 stars and then have 3 stars outplay 4 stars on a very regular basis... your "rule" has failed.


Nothing ridiculous about it. If there were... you would actually address my points rather than deflecting and making personal attacks.

There may be other, better measures but I have not seen one. Each year more 3* will be drafted than 4/5* combined. About 80% of 4* won't be drafted. Again... that means your "rule" fails.

Leacock's talent is not dependent on whether he gets 4* or not. He was talented when UT discovered and offered him. Every bit as talented as he is now. However by your rule he would have been a lesser player had he not gotten that 4th star.
Imagine a college roster consisted of all 3-stars, but they were all three stars that would get drafted.

What happens to the argument as to whether that team would have a shot at the playoff/title...
 
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Um, no. If you say that 4 stars are more talented than 3 stars and then have 3 stars outplay 4 stars on a very regular basis... your "rule" has failed.


Nothing ridiculous about it. If there were... you would actually address my points rather than deflecting and making personal attacks.

There may be other, better measures but I have not seen one. Each year more 3* will be drafted than 4/5* combined. About 80% of 4* won't be drafted. Again... that means your "rule" fails.

Leacock's talent is not dependent on whether he gets 4* or not. He was talented when UT discovered and offered him. Every bit as talented as he is now. However by your rule he would have been a lesser player had he not gotten that 4th star.
Some will never get it, man.
 

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