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Potential for 8 5* and 12 4* from the Composite 247.
Wow. GOAT Class.
On paper. If they win NC's they could be.
You can only make that proclamation after they've completed their time at the Capstone as some will not reach their ranking while others will supersede their ranking.
-All SEC players
-All American players
-1st Round NFL Draft picks
-Overall NFL Draftees
"You must show no mercy nor have any belief whatsoever in how others judge you, for your GREATNESS will silence them all." -ULTIMATE WARRIOR
Actually before they can do any of that they need to sign LOIs to the U of A. I think everyone is getting a little ahead of themselves.
Conner is still a long shot.
Even though EV had a nice visit we still have to over come the distance.
Foster will remain a wild card until the ink is dry.
There are 4 days left and lots can happen in 4 days. Look how much happened just yesterday.
Call me Buzz Killington if you want but there is a long way to go.
I agree, I won't feel good until they're all signed.
I'm with you Nat. Although lots of hope for a great class becoming legendary !!!
I like to look at it both ways. You have the signing day class eval where you are judging based on talent/potential/star rankings. Gives something to brag about on signing day. This could be our most impressive signing day class. Then you have fruition eval in 3-4 years. Like BBD pointed out that's the big one. These guys have some big shoes to fill for that one
Never Gets Old
Pretty much depends on whether or not they buy in to the process and have the mental capacity to learn the system.
In that regard, the 2008 class is tearing it up.
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