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I don't even know why my brain wonders about these things, but here goes. Someone who knows more than me would have to discern what, if anything, this means. Does LSU, Florida, Bama, and Auburn offer more 5 stars because they are the ones with a realistic chance at a committment, or do these kids become 5 stars when the goobers at Rivals see offers from those schools?
Some info I found interesting updating the offer list. If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, Petrino should be blushing. I've only made it through the wide receivers updating offer lists, putting the date I made the addition, and the schools added. Here is a list of the SEC schools who have made an offer to a recruit AFTER Arkansas has offered. I know all of the SEC coaches don't get their cues from Petrino then Rivals (Saban), but it looks like some of them may.Auburn -7 recruits offered after Petrino.Vanderbilt -6 recruits offered after Petrino.LSU -5 recruits offered after Petrino.Tennessee -4 recruits offered after Petrino.South Carolina - 4 recruits offered after Petrino.Georgia -3 recruits offered after Petrino.Florida, Kentucky, aMm -2 recruits offered after Petrino.Alabama - 1 recruit offered after Petrino.Remember, this is just QB's, RB's, and WR's. You can see a trend developing. Add the fact that all but 4 of the Arkansas offers were made before the Rivals 250 came out, and you get an idea about the kind of talent evaluator we have. This list includes some other notables:Michigan, Notre Dame - 6 offers after Petrino.Clemson - 5Pitt, Miami, Purdue - 4Texas A&M, Washington, Nebraska, Oklahoma St., Colorado, Florida State, Penn State, Syracuse, Oregon, North Carolina, Illinois - 3And 48 other schools with 1-3 offers that were sloppy seconds to our coach. We won't get all of these kids for various reasons, but you can bet that we are among the first to offer kids that can play.
Thanks boss. I'm flattered.
You should ask him for a raise.
I would, but I'd feel bad about it. Where do you think all them woopig dues you've been paying are going? I'm running out of places to stack the cash as it is.
Big 12 Notable:Colorado 5 offers APNebraska 4 offers AP
I know you are very detailed & everything, but it's probably safe to go ahead & move Colorado & Nebraska off of the Big 12 list.
Arkansas was the first school to offer Kallon. Since then, Boston College, Duke, Georgia Tech, Illinois, Maryland, North Carolina State, Purdue, Syracuse, Vanderbilt, Virginia and Wake Forest have followed suit. He plans to camp at Auburn and Florida this summer.http://footballrecruiting.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=1228704Supposedly he has never played foozball before. Posted this in a thread in the main forum but figured this was worth documenting here if it pans out for us.
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