With the recent commitments of Winovich and Furbush, I could not help but wonder why both were rated 3 stars only(although Winovich was quickly granted another after verbaling to M) when their tape clearly indicates both are worthy of a higher ranking. ^(why can't I get a paragraph break?) Furbush comes for a school roughly the same size as Mike Hart, who after committing to UM got a fourth star, but as a cb. Winovich, who I said yesterday, could be mistaken for Noah if they were to exchange uniforms comes from a school twice as large as Noah's and this might be the reason certain ranking gurus were quick to assign him another star. ^ I am not about to get into the discussion of whether or not stars really are an indicator because there has been too much evidence indicating they are, but then again the highest rated players tend to commit to the same institutions, almost guaranteeing a high level of success for those tradition rich schools. ^My only point here is that if a mere former h.s. fb coach can watch Big Will's tape and conclude he was nowhere near playing at a 5* level,then it's just as easy to conclude these two latest demonstrate equal talent to other players holding that extra star. ^Point being, trust yourself when watching their tapes and, if like Jake Ryan before them-who was always making plays on tape- or Big Will, doing just the opposite, it's ok to go with what your eyes process than what you read, normally by paying for that luxury as well.