I wonder what percentage of our four stars go to the NFL? I know we’re at 100% with five stars. We should start marketing that, all our 5 stars go to the NFL
Depends on what you consider making it to the NFL is.
The author of the article gave Herman this pass, “To be fair to the current Texas coaching staff, Tom Herman has only been in Austin for 3 seasons. Thus, this year, his first recruiting class will be seniors.”
The guys that graduated after the 2019 season had been “developed” by Herman’s staff for 3 years, the 2018 class 2 years and the 2017 class one. This does not change the fact that they were 4 and 5 star players in high school and weren’t developed better.
Let’s keep an eye on him bc his family will not get to see him play in person very often unless they have $25K to spend on travel each season. A potential transfer back home guy?!
Well, the whorns still have a top 10 class, so I dont think it is hurting them much in recruiting.
Always follow the money
But not a Top Ten program despite being helped by the polls every single year
Which is to the point of why the kid chose Ohio State. Great Athletes, mediocre results.
Deontay Greenberry was a five star and he certainly isn’t in the NFL.
He made it to a NFL Camp though. I think if he stayed for the 2015 season he woulda been more NFL ready
The main knock on Greenberry was his speed
Damg i forgot him. I remember i got asked if UH paid players when he flipped from Norte Dame
Really? I don’t remember honestly. I do remember that Pitt seemed to thing he was fast enough!!
As was Markeith Ambles. We had two 5 star WRs on the field at the same time.
True. That was quite a tandem. The only difference was that Ambles was a transfer and Greenberry was came in from high school.
Greenberry’s 247 composite was 4*.
As I understand, Ed Oliver was our first (and only) five star.
Greenberry was a four star, as I recall.
Wow, for some reason I thought he was a five star. My bad.