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UAlum
Alabama Fan
Member since Jan 2019
40 posts

Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
of recruiting services and rankings.

Eddie Jackson or Josh Jacobs for me. Mount Cody close third


meansonny
Georgia Fan
ATL
Member since Sep 2012
7869 posts

re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
Deandre Baker won the Thorpe Award.


Farmer1906
Houston Astros Fan
The Woodlands, TX
Member since Apr 2009
32605 posts

re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
Johnny football & Mike Evans. End thread.


MeatCleaverWeaver
Georgia Fan
Member since Oct 2013
6462 posts

re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
Pretty sure Thomas Davis was a 2*


meansonny
Georgia Fan
ATL
Member since Sep 2012
7869 posts

re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
I don't remember Davis being a 2 star.

I know three time All American David Pollack was a 3 star, though. I wasn't sure if they wanted to go back to 2001, though.


BowlJackson
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Birmingham, AL
Member since Sep 2013
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re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
Nick Fairley and Dee Ford were both 3*

Daren Bates was a 2* and was a freshman All-American as a safety and started the next 3 years at LB. Still in the NFL as one of the best special teams specialists in the league


ChiefKiefton
Texas A&M Fan
Member since Jan 2019
4 posts

re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
Von Miller as well. 3 star U?


HogsWillRiseAgain
Arkansas Fan
Central LA
Member since Dec 2013
644 posts

re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
Trey Flowers, 3* DE, #62 DE, #42 player in Alabama, #1369 player out of high school, per 24/7) Prolific pass rusher at Arkansas, 4th round pick in the NFL draft and two time super bowl winner so far (164 tackles and 21 sacks in 3 seasons)


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Reservoir dawg
Mississippi St. Fan
Member since Oct 2013
7496 posts

re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
Dak Prescott was a 3*

Benardrick McKinney was once a 2*

Jonathan Abrams was a 3*

Johnthan Banks was a 3* Thorpe Award winner

Vick Ballard was a 2* Lol

Nick Fitzgerald was a 2* SEC QB rushing king

Darius Slay was a 3*

I could go on and on and on...


Farmer1906
Houston Astros Fan
The Woodlands, TX
Member since Apr 2009
32605 posts

re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
Pretty sure Von has a legit 4*


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CGSC Lobotomy
Texas A&M Fan
Lacey, Washington
Member since Sep 2011
46589 posts

re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
Mike Evans
Johnny Manziel


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Bryantboyz
Alabama Fan
Moscow
Member since Dec 2018
173 posts

re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
Ryan Kelly C-AA, Demeco Ryans LB-AA, Javier Arenas CB/PR-AA, Marquis Maze WR, and Marcel Dareus DL-AA

JK Scott P-AA was a 3 star also but just like Will Reichard, #1 rated kicker, the recruiting rankings won't use common sense and rank Kickers or Punters as they do other positions


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UAlum
Alabama Fan
Member since Jan 2019
40 posts

re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
Assuming most of these guy are from MS, seems like the state has gotten a lot more respect over the years by the services


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bigdawg7780
Georgia Fan
SC
Member since Oct 2013
1802 posts

re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
David Pollack 3* fullback moved to DL

3× First-team All-American (2002, 2003, 2004)
3× First-team All-SEC (2002, 2003, 2004)
2× SEC Player of the Year (2002, 2004)
Chuck Bednarik Award (2004)
Lott Trophy (2004)
Lombardi Award (2004)
2× Ted Hendricks Award (2003, 2004)


Restomod
Texas Fan
Highland Park, Tx
Member since Mar 2012
12437 posts

re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
Mathieu and Claiborne were 3-stars


Tyrann Mathieu -

Heisman finalist
First-team All-Pro
PFWA All-Rookie Team
SEC champion
Chuck Bednarik Award _ best Defensive player in country
SEC Defensive Player of the Year
Consensus All-American
First-team All-SEC



Mo Claiborne - #6 overall pick.

SEC champion
Jim Thorpe Award - best DB in the country
SEC Defensive Player of the Year
Unanimous All-American
First-team All-SEC
Second-team All-SEC

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Quicksilver
Mississippi St. Fan
Poker Room
Member since Jan 2013
7341 posts

re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
Patrick Willis
Mike Hilton
Bo Wallace
Brandon Bolden
Dexter McCluster
A lot of OL
Shay Hodge
Mike Wallace


Todd Fagan
Member since Jan 2019
117 posts

re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
Hunter Renfrow



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Muthsera
Florida Fan
Member since Jun 2017
4201 posts

re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
Jarrad Davis is the first one that comes to mind #39 OLB, #496 overall. Lombardi Finalist and 1st round draft pick. Current starting MLB for Detroit Lions.

Brandon James #72 ATH, #864 overall was the most prolific returner in school history.


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CavalryAg07
Texas A&M Fan
ChiTown
Member since Jul 2009
2329 posts

re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
Mike Evans


razorbackfan4life
Chicago Cubs Fan
Northwest Arkansas
Member since Apr 2011
6435 posts

re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
Greg Childs and Trey Flowers come to mind for Arkansas.



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