Chris Rock Rivals rating out

Submitted by Marcus818 on June 8th, 2010 at 2:39 PM

Chris Rock is rated a 5.7, 3 star on Rivals. He's the 23rd ranked strongside d-end. The 21st ranked is a 4 star, so he's not far off. Also, Zettel is 3rd and Beyer is 13th.



June 8th, 2010 at 5:39 PM ^

But Chris Rock is funny!  He shouts everything!  And he has a goofy smile!  That means he's funny!

Seriously, though, I've never seen anybody who looks more like a ventriloquist doll than Chris Rock.  I would not be surprised to turn on the TV one day and see him sitting on Jeff Dunham's lap.


June 8th, 2010 at 5:12 PM ^

only 4 and a half more years of hearing "jokes" about how this guy has the same name as another guy and we aren't even to Musberger, Pam Ward and the rest.


June 8th, 2010 at 7:35 PM ^

Not to change the subject, but what do you all think of Greg Brown not having a Rivals rating yet?  ND's 3 stars are all rated down to the 5.5 and 5.6 guys, yet nothing for Greg Brown.  He was a guy with very early offers from both M and MSU, he has to be at least a 3-star, right?

EDIT: I just read an article on linked to his profile that has him listed as the #4 DB in Ohio (the guys at #6, DerJuan Gambrell, is an OSU commit).


June 8th, 2010 at 7:57 PM ^

Good to see we landed another gem. RR is very good at landed players that are not well known but you can tell they are good . Chris Rock is a very good player with a ton of upside . Add another 30 pounds of muscle with his 6'5 frame he will be a force that is for sure . Good land RR


June 9th, 2010 at 1:28 PM ^

I'm happy to see we have received a commitment from a good football player.  Our coach has a knack for finding good players who are unheralded recruits.  Chris Rock has potential to be better than his current abilities suggest.  If he gains 30 pound of the non-fat variety, he will be a better football player than currently.  Rich Rodriguez, good job convincing him to come to our school.


June 9th, 2010 at 1:41 PM ^

He's not exactly an under-the-radar prospect.  He's been watched for a couple years now at a successful school with a tradition of producing FBS prospects.

Rodriguez might have an eye for under-the-radar kids, but the recruitment of Chris Rock is irrelevant.