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The numbering is screwed up, at least on the mobile site's Top 247 but...
It's official. Hack is the #1 QB, #8 overall with a grade of 100. Browne dropped to #2, #19 overall with a grade of 98.
Dorian Johnson is #8 overall.
Correction: Analzone still 4-stars (but is listed as the #31 overall player and the kid following him is a 5-star, so it's probably a typo).
This post has been edited 3 times, most recently by psujmc1992 15 months ago
“We need to keep this (expletive) together,” Mauti and Zordich to Hill
Hack = #1 QB in the nation.. Yeaaa boiii.. woot woot!!
They are both deserving of the top spot. Both good players with great upsides. But I think it's clear hack will have far better coaching/tutoring under obrien.
Dorian Johnson is actually #6 overall.
Yes, Anzalone is the 3rd 5* kid from PA.
I'm seeing Hack at #7 and Johnson at #8.
How many yards, TDs and wins does that equate to?
NATIONAL TITLE HERE WE COME
Why should we have to go to class if we came here to play FOOTBALL, we ain't come to play SCHOOL, classes are POINTLESS
I think he's just a tad overrated.
This post was edited by Texas Lion 15 months ago
Career totals (4 year estimates):
18,763.9 yards (got screwed out a TD and ref left it at .1 yd line).
We knew we had a top prospect, but his recent boost puts him in the thin air.
Some research comments:
- Ranked #7 is the highest 247 ranking given to a QB since 2009. That guy .. Matt Barkley at #1.
- The only other QB ranked higher than #7 over the past five years is Terrelle Pryor at #2 in 2008.
- The past five years notables (it bodes well for the talent scouts):
--- 2012 - #24 Gunner Kiel (ND)
--- 2011 - #13 Jeff Driskel (UF)
#20 Braxton Miller (OSU)
--- 2010 - #41 Phillip Sims (ALA then UVA)
#44 Devin Gardner (UMich)
--- 2009 - #1 Matt Barkley (USC)
#15 Garrett Gilbert (Texas)
#19 Aaron Murray (UGA)
#32 Tajh Boyd (CLEM)
#53 Logan Thomas (VT)
#82 AJ McCarron (ALA)
#99 Geno Smith (WVU)
(Note that 2009 was filled with top 100 QBs, and the rankings held ... a talented group)
--- 2008 - #2 Terrelle Pryor (OSU)
#19 Dayne Crist (ND)
#28 EJ Manuel (FSU)
#35 Blaine Gabbert (Mizz)
#45 Some guy named Andrew Luck (Stan) (OK< so it isn't perfect)
#49 Mike Glennon (NCS)
#100 Landry Jones (OKL)
What's it tell us? Being ranked means you've got talent. Not many collegiate flops in this group. Pros? That's not the issue. Trend is that Hack has the talent to be an outstanding collegiate QB.
How the hell Anzalone is a 5 star is beyond me.
"A bowl game ain't nothing but a vacation." - Gerald Hodges
He gets a star for every time he decommits. He could be the first 6* recruit in history if he flips one more time!
Now that's damn funny!!!
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