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College to Pros- Why Everyone Sucks

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College to Pros- Why Everyone Sucks




I remember seeing something like this last year.. I'm going to see if you have a better chance at being drafted in the first round if you come out of high school as a 5 star recruit or not.

* Rivals Rating System Located at Bottom of Page
NFL 2013 Draft

1. Eric Fisher, Tackle, Central Michigan
2009
2 Star Recruit
Rivals Rating: 5.2
Scout: #132 Guard
ESPN: Not Ranked
Notables Ranked Ahead Of:
D.J Fluker
Taylor Lewan
Travis Frederick

2. Luke Joeckel, Tackle, Texas A&M
2010
4 Star Recruit
Rivals:6.0 Rating, 5th Tackle, 39th overall Prospect
Scout: #15 Tackle
ESPN: 81. 83rd Nationally, 6th Tackle
Notables Ahead of:
Seantrel Henderson
Robert Crisp
Shon Coleman

3. Dion Jordan, Defensive End, Oregon
2008
4 Star Recruit
Rivals: 5.8 Rating, #15 Tight End
Scout: #10 Tight End
ESPN: 78 , #24 Tight End
Notable DE's Ahead of:
Daquan Bowers
Nick Perry
Cornelius Washington
Quinton Couples
Datone Jones

4. Lane Johnson, Tackle, Oklahoma
Not Ranked
Rivals: Not Ranked
Scout: Not Ranked
ESPN: Not Ranked

5. Ziggy Ansah, Defensive End, BYU
Not Ranked, Never Played in high school

6. Barkevious Mingo, Defensive End, LSU
2009
4 Star Recruit
Rivals: 5.9 Rating, #9 OLB, #155 Nationally
Scout: #6 OLB
ESPN: 78 #34 OLB
Notables:
Alex Okafor
Jarvis Jones
Fletcher Cox
Sam Montgomery
Michael Brockers

7. Jonathan Cooper, Guard, North Carolina
2010
3 Star Recruit
Rivals: 5.7 Rating, #21 Guard
Scout: #42 Guard
ESPN: 78, #17 Guard
Notables Ahead of:
Trey Hopkins
Quinton Spain
Bronson Irwin

8. Tavon Austin, WR, West Virginia
2009
Rivals: 4 Star Recruit, 5.8 Rating, #13 All Purpose Back
Scout: 5 Star Recruit, #5 RB
ESPN: 78, #41 RB
Notables:
Rueban Randel
Orson Charles
Alshon Jeffery

9. Dee Milliner, CB, Alabama
2010
5 Star Recruit
Rivals: 6.1 Rating, #2 CB, #23 Nationally
Scout: #1 CB
ESPN: 4 Star Recruit, 84, #2 CB, #16 Nationally
Notables:
Lamarcus Joyner

10: Chance Warmack, Guard, Alabama
2009
3 Star Recruit
Rivals: 5.7 Rating, #20 Guard
Scout: #45 Guard
ESPN: 79, #16 Guard
Notables:
Michael Philipp
Chris Watt
Chris Burnette


11: D.J. Fluker, Tackle, Alabama
2009
Rivals: 5 Star, 6.1 Rating, #1 Guard, #3 Nationally
Scout: 4 Star, #8 Tackle
ESPN: 86, #1 Tackle, 12th Nationally
Notables:
N/A

12. D.J. Hayden, CB, Houston
2011 , JUCO
Rivals: 3 Star, 5.6 Rating
Scout: 2 Star Rating,
ESPN: Not Ranked
Notables:
Malcolm Mitchell
Marcus Roberson

13. Sheldon Richardson, DT, Missouri
2009
5 Star Recruit
Rivals: 6.1 Rating, #1 DT, #4 Nationally
Scout: #4 DT
ESPN: 81, #8 DT, #107 Nationally
Notables: N/A

14. Star Lotulelei, DT, Utah
2010 JUCO
3 Star
Rivals: 5.7 Rating.
Scout: Juco
ESPN: Not Ranked
Notables:
Sharrif Floyd


15. Kenny Vaccaro, S, Texas
2009
4 Star
Rivals: 5.8 Rating, #18 Safety
Scout: #17 CB
ESPN: 78, #42 Safety
Notables:
T.J. McDonald


16. E.J. Manuel, QB, Florida State
2008
Rivals: 4 Star, 6.0 Rating, #2 QB, #43 Nationally
Scout: 5 Star, #2 QB
ESPN: 82, #6 QB, #51 Nationally
Notables:
Terrelle Pryor
Blaine Gabbert
Dayne Crist


17. Jarvis Jones, LB, Georgia
2009
4 Star
Rivals: 6.0 Rating, #4 DE, #72 Nationally
Scout: #3 OLB
ESPN: 82, #6 OLB, #59 Nationally
Notables:
Vontaze Burfict
Nico Johnson
Monti Te'o
Jon Bostic

18. Eric Reid, S, LSU
2010
4 Star
Rivals: 5.9 Rating, #6 S, #90 Nationally
Scout: #4 Safety
ESPN: 81, #7 Safety, #71 Nationally
Notables:
Keenan Allen (Yes the WR)
Matt Elam
Alec Ogletree


19. Justin Pugh, Tackle, Syracuse
2009
2 Star
Rivals: 5.2 Rating
Scout: Not Ranked
ESPN: Not Ranked
Notables:
D.J. Fluker
Xavier Nixon
Taylor Lewan

20. Kyle Long, G, Oregon
2012 JUCO
Rivals: 3 Star, 5.7 Rating
Scout: 4 Star, Juco
ESPN: Not Ranked
No Notables

21. Tyler Eifert, TE, Notre Dame
2009
3 Star
Rivals: 5.6 Rating, #24 TE
Scout: #25 TE
ESPN: 79, #13 TE
Notables:
Dion Sims
Zach Ertz


22. Desmond Trufant, CB, Washington
2009
3 Star
Rivals: 5.6 Rating, #56 CB
Scout: #70 CB
ESPN: 74, #69 CB
Notables:
Dre Kirkpatrick
Brandon McGee
Logan Ryan


23. Sharrif Floyd, DT, Florida
2010
5 Star
Rivals: 6.1 Rating, #1 DT, #4 Nationally
Scout: #1 DT
ESPN: 4 Star, 83, #25 Nationally
Notable: N/A

24. Bjoern Werner, DE, Florida State
Not Ranked, Did Not Play in High School

25. Xavier Rhodes, CB, Florida State
2009
3 Star
Rivals: 5.6 Rating, #75 WR
Scout: #50 WR
ESPN: 77, #61 WR
Notables:
Dre Kirkpatrick
Brandon McGee
Logan Ryan

26. Datone Jones, DE, UCLA
2008
4 Star
Rivals: 5.9 Rating, #8 DE, #125 Nationally
Scout: #23 DE
ESPN: 79, #15 DE
Notables:
Daquan Bowers
Nick Perry
Quinton Couples

27. Deandre Hopkins, WR, Clemson
2010
4 Star
Rivals: 5.8 Rating, #12 ATH, #148 Nationally
Scout: #13 CB
ESPN: 79, #32 Athlete
Notables:
Da'Rick Rogers
Justin Hunter

28. Sylvester Williams, DT, North Carolina
2011
Rivals: 3 Star 5.7 Rating
Scout: 4 Star, Juco
ESPN: Not Ranked
Notables: N/A JUCO

29: Cordarrelle Patterson, WR, Tennessee
2012 JUCO
4 Star
Rivals: 6.0 Rating
Scout: 5 Star, Juco
ESPN: Not Ranked
Notables: N/A

30. Alec Ogletree, LB, Georgia
2010
Rivals: 4 Star, 6.0 Rating, #3 Safety, #40 Nationally
Scout: 5 Star, #3 OLB
ESPN: 83, #29 Nationally
Notables:
Jordan Hicks
Jeff Luc
Nick Forbes

31. Travis Frederick, Center, Wisconsin
2009
Rivals: 3 Star, 5.5 Rating, #83 OT
Scout: 2 Star, #104 OT
ESPN: 76, #63 OT
John Martinez
Jack Mewhort
Blake Treadwell

32. Matt Elam, Safety, Florida
2010
5 Star
Rivals: 6.1 Rating, #2 Safety, #25 Nationally
Scout: #2 Safety
ESPN: 86, #2 Safety, #9 Nationally
Notables:
Keenan Allen


Rivals:
5 Star Recruits drafted in 1st round: 5
4 Star: 12
3 Star: 10
2 Star: 2
1 Star: 0
Not Ranked: 3

Scout:
5 Star: 7
4 Star: 12
3 Star: 6
2 Star: 3
1 Star: 0
Not Ranked: 4



So, based on 2013, approximately 50% of the first round players drafted were a 3 star prospect or lower.





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Post on April 28th 2013, 11:57 pm  EPICxPENGUIN69

it is pretty interesting. why i find interesting in the recruiting process is that most players don't end up what they are projected to be. IE Tightends ending up as tackles, WRs ending up as RBs, or in the anderson kid for the falcons, he was recruited out of HS as a WR and ended up a DE.

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Post on May 18th 2013, 11:59 pm  MaddMatter

EPICx69 wrote:it is pretty interesting. why i find interesting in the recruiting process is that most players don't end up what they are projected to be. IE Tightends ending up as tackles, WRs ending up as RBs, or in the anderson kid for the falcons, he was recruited out of HS as a WR and ended up a DE.

Yeah, that is kinda funny

Keenan Allen was recruited as a S, went to WR.

Lane Johnson- QB, DE? I think, T

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Post on May 19th 2013, 5:22 pm  EPICxPENGUIN69

MaddMatter wrote:
EPICx69 wrote:it is pretty interesting. why i find interesting in the recruiting process is that most players don't end up what they are projected to be. IE Tightends ending up as tackles, WRs ending up as RBs, or in the anderson kid for the falcons, he was recruited out of HS as a WR and ended up a DE.

Yeah, that is kinda funny

Keenan Allen was recruited as a S, went to WR.

Lane Johnson- QB, DE? I think, T

lane johnson was a 6'4 QB coming out of HS, ended up at a 6'6 or 6'7 LT when he leaves. I don't get to caught up in positions. Theo riddick who just graduated notre dame, I played against him in HS and he was a safety and a running back. at ND, they have him as a WR most of his career and just this past season they put him at running back.

with HS football, athletes stand out more. a 6'1 230 senior running back who runs a 4.7 forty has a 5'9 240 sophomore center. the senior running back probably would end up at a LB or something other than a RB.

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