Why would a rating service believe someone is a 5* and "just don't give it to em." There is no basis to that statement. Each service has its methods of handing out stars. To think that some person looked at Forcier and though he was a 5* but decided to eff with the kid is difficult to argue.
Tate making his presence felt
I might be wrong, but it sounded like he meant there are guys (like JT) who are really close to being 5 stars, and could possibly warrant a 5th star, but they just don't get it.
This is why they also rate guys within the stars. A 6.0 guy is close to being a 5 star, but didn't quite get it. That was we can distinguish between a 4 star who is almost a 5 vs a 4 star who is almost a 3.
Ya, just about every spread team probably offered Tate.
USC maybe could of stil offered him,but barkley committed like 2 yrs ago or something.
FLoirda even offered Tate and they have 2 top rated backups from last 2 classes.
Tates number 1 accuracy for rivals, number 2 dual threat qb for ESPN, and i think top 5 dual threat qb for scout. That says a lot right there, mix the diff recruiting websites.
#15 overall QB on Scout -- they don't designate between pro and dual threat guys.
Maybe it was on a diff recuriting sight then. Either way hes gonna be first freshmen to win heisman
#2 dual threat to ESPN, but it's kind of arbitrary because they have "best dual threat" and then "best scrambler." Uh, okay. What's the difference? Isn't Tate really more of a scrambler anyway?
Well, either way.
the difference is probably that "best scrambler" is only running ability and "best dual-threat" is taking into account the entire range of skills and not just "scrambling"
Oh, okay. Well, just to clarify, I wasn't mad that ESPN made that distinction. I was upset. There's a difference.
Yah, I have no clue.
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