Typo in the title.
Typo in the title.
Martinez was a 3 star?
1st Team O: seven 3*, two 4*, two 5*
1st Team D: three 2*, three 3*, five 4*, zero 5*
2nd Team O: one 2*, three 3*, three 4*, four 5*
2nd Team D: four 2*, five 3*, one 4*, one 5*
Overall: eight 2*, eighteen 3*, eleven 4*, seven 5*
Those numbers aren't that crazy. Basically, about 30% of 5* players made the team, and the percentage dropped significantly for each lower level.
There are more 2 and 3 stars in the pool than 4 and 5 stars. Interesting is all. The 2* mafia represents, yo. Remember this (relatively) skinny guy?
I'd also throw in that if 5* players are more likely to go to the more successful, established programs, they are also less likely to see the field as freshmen, no matter how good they are as a simple result of the depth chart.
If you've ever had non-fresham, you would appreciate the freshness.
Sure I can fedex you a slice, glad you asked
It's an absolute injustice, in my opinion, that Tony Jefferson's name is not on that list.
Yep, no doubt. He's a kid that we missed out on that really, legitimately would have been a gamechanger for our current defense situation.
Maybe because he plays beyond his years and that he looks like he's 25 years old, they forgot that he's actually just a freshman
What was Hagerup's average this year? I know he started off slow, but he more than held his own the latter half of the season.
Haven't seen this anywhere else, but the trend of Denard being listed as something other than a quarterback continues with the AP all american list. He's listed as the 3rd team All-purpose player. It seems like they think that he's to good to leave off the lists, but they view there are better "pure quarterbacks" than him.
No Michigan kickers?! OUTRAGEOUS!
Would have been nice to see Hagerup on second team at least.