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Barton Simmons | 247Sports | National Recruiting Analyst | Twitter: @bartonsimmons
To dawgyinnc ...
I really, really appreciate our national guys coming over here to explain and answer questions about all this, but dawgyinnc, please understand that there is no correlation between these national rankings -- which are distributed by our national team -- and the quality and passion of the daily work being done by the Dawgs247 staff members (Rusty and I) who operate this site and cover Georgia.
By not signing up, you're missing out on the information presented by us.
We'd love to have you as a subscriber if you choose. All I'm asking is that you please don't let something like these player rankings make that decision for you, because in my mind, they're not really relevant to what you'll get on a daily basis if you join our site.
This post has been edited 5 times, most recently by Gentry Estes on 1/12/2012 at 5:29 PM
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JC, Barton. While I disagree with your dropping of Theus, (and to me you have not truly answered the question of how Theus and Humphries graded out in the All star game) I do want to say thank you for coming over here and spending a great deal of time discussing this ranking release. I am a member of Rivals, Scout, and 247 and I really do love what you guys have at the Dawgs247 site. Your opinions may stink and you may have Roll Tide underroos beneath your pants but you can't all be bad when you have staff like Rusty and Gentry for us. (please note that this was in fun). Thank you for doing what you do even if we agree to disagree lol
I'm not a recuitnik.
I just like football players on my team.
If 247 thinks Theus ends up more like Ben Jones than Cordy Glenn (that's my take on this) then that's fine by me.
Some kids come in with high hopes. They turn in great careers, but they can miss out on excellence. That's Ben Jones for me.
It's opinions. Someone, somewhere thought Michael Jordan needed another year to mature. Just opinion.
I love it when the kids take it as a challenge. As a chip. As a motivator to put in that championship effort everyday.
That's what I want for my team.
Good site, guys.
Transparency (and that doesn't mean telling us what you think we want to hear) is always king.
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