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Old 04-30-2012, 05:55 PM   #1
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Old 04-30-2012, 06:00 PM   #2
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GT #15 in Draft Rank vs. Recruiting Rank. That's not bad...right?
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Old 05-01-2012, 04:47 AM   #3
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GT #15 in Draft Rank vs. Recruiting Rank. That's not bad...right?

Looking over comparisons, it seems an indication of how well a school coaches up its incoming talent.

Some schools really hurt the incoming talent's prospects NFL prospects it seems.
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Some schools really hurt the incoming talent's prospects NFL prospects it seems.
Notre Dame is one, they are near the bottom of the list. But who wants millions of dollars when you can have the prestige of Notre Dame?
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Tech is 8th in the ACC and that is barely counting PJ's players. Unfortunately, by going with PJ' offense, we're going to see a big drop in skill players going forward. We will send very few QB's, A Backs, OL to the NFL which will cut down on the players picked.
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Tech is 8th in the ACC and that is barely counting PJ's players. Unfortunately, by going with PJ' offense, we're going to see a big drop in skill players going forward. We will send very few QB's, A Backs, OL to the NFL which will cut down on the players picked.
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Tech is 8th in the ACC and that is barely counting PJ's players. Unfortunately, by going with PJ' offense, we're going to see a big drop in skill players going forward. We will send very few QB's, A Backs, OL to the NFL which will cut down on the players picked.
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Old 05-01-2012, 11:40 AM   #8
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sonuvabitch...why couldn't we have been 42nd? I might have felt some hope for the future.

EDIT: Reading the ranking I see we're tied for 39th with 5 other teams...so we can be 42nd if we choose to be...excellent
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Looking over comparisons, it seems an indication of how well a school coaches up its incoming talent.

Some schools really hurt the incoming talent's prospects NFL prospects it seems.
But USC can't move up at all. They arguably have the best ratio just because it shows they don't ruin what they recruit. (I don't know how believable any of these stats are however. jussayin)
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Tech is 8th in the ACC and that is barely counting PJ's players. Unfortunately, by going with PJ' offense, we're going to see a big drop in skill players going forward. We will send very few QB's, A Backs, OL to the NFL which will cut down on the players picked.
Yeah, that's why we recruited highly rated guys like Hill, Uzzi, Lee, Justin Thomas, Smith, Cross, Burnett, Hunt-Days, Attaouchu, Young, Sweeting, and Isaiah Johnson, all under CPJ.
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