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Hackenburg at #11 and Burns #17?! holy geez. seems rather inflated to me.
Smoke, Allen, Green, Rolin in there as well.
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People outside of VA seem to like these 2 much more than those inside VA
Man, did Levenberry catch the plague or something?
ESPN never changes there rankings much and they had Hackenberg and Burns in there as five stars early.
The class at Michigan this year is unreal.
Who wouldn't want to play at Michigan for Brady Hoke. My second favorite CFB coach right now.
yea it's called his dad
now, are either of the under armour all americans? if so, that explains it
ESPN rankings are usually a huge joke
No Harris??!!...They must be sniffin glue!! A 6' 2" corner with skillz will be in the NFL. That's aweful!!
They have him as the number 28 CB in the country.. Low inmo he should be in the 13 to 18 range.
No bias of course :)
Kudos to JO for even allowing the discussion here..ESPN ratings are not worth very much IMO and I am dreading the inevitable mis-informed blog by HD in 10 months declaring school XYZ a winner in recruiting for picking off the most ESPN 150s even though she knows nothing about any of them..oh well, I am more focused on the 247 ranking and the 5-stars we will reel in for 2014 :)
espn "analyst" are SEC nut huggers to the max
Welcome to the REVOLUTION
Yeah, Espn has never been great with recruiting but to be fair they only have about 5 or 6 analysts that cover the entire country.
fair point..but on the flip side their bloggers and writers use it like it's the real deal..whereas cnnsi wisely defers to other services (such as 247)..just really annoying to read about recruiting on ESPN
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