Saying a player is a bust makes it sound like the player didn't live up to his potential. But maybe the problem is with the rating services more often than with the players. Why aren't the rating services the ones that are described as busts when their predictions don't pan out? For example, of the Rivals five star recruits for 1996, 11of 28 went undrafted by the NFL. That's nearly 40%. A couple of these were due to injuries, but most of those 11 players just never had the ability to become stellar college football players or even marginal NFL players.
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