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meansonny
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re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
You seem to think your opinion matters, here.

Petty opinions can be reserved for the rant (mine, too). Especially considering the fact that Baker won the award.


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WG_Dawg
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Member since Jun 2004
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re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
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Deondre Baker didn’t deserve the Thorpe award


Deondre baker didn't win the thorpe award so you have nothing to worry about.

Also 1K+ posts in a month? Good lord alter


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lsufanva
LSU Fan
sandston virginia
Member since Aug 2009
8458 posts

re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
Assume you meant Delpit and i personally think he shouldve won it this year. He was the best db i saw all year. Baker, Williams and Murphy all had a claim also. Greedy lost it during the Bama and TAM games.


meansonny
Georgia Fan
ATL
Member since Sep 2012
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re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
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Delpit


He was a beast against UGA this season. Best DB we played against all year.


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BigOrangeVols
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Member since Jul 2015
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re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
Josh Dobbs
Cam Sutton
Brian Randolph


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tylerdurden24
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Member since Sep 2009
38037 posts

re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
Davis was a 2* because he was from a small school and didn’t camp but played every single varsity sport at his HS (which is why UGA offered him).

Pollack was a 3* Fullback in HS

Tim Jennings only other offer was South Carolina State

Deandre Baker is the most recent 3* turned award winner/all American


tylerdurden24
Georgia Fan
Member since Sep 2009
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re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
With all due respect to Delpit and Williams, Deandre Baker hasn’t given up a TD in coverage in 28 games and that include 2 games against Alabama and a game against Oklahoma, plus 2 games against Drew Lock


RedFive
Georgia Fan
Ringgold Ga
Member since Apr 2015
1450 posts

re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
Baker was by far the best CB in college football last season.


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Open Dore Policy
Wyoming Fan
The Commodore State
Member since Oct 2012
4173 posts

re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
Jordan Matthews.

SEC all-time leading receiver.


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RD Dawg
Georgia Fan
Atlanta
Member since Sep 2012
12119 posts

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


He played DL in HS and was the Gwinnett County DL of the year twice.

He may have been a 3 star but was recruited by by all the big time programs including:Clemson,Auburn,Ohio State,UF and Auburn.
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RD Dawg
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Atlanta
Member since Sep 2012
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re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
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Pollack was a 3* Fullback in HS


All his rewards in HS were as DL and thats what he was primarily recruited as

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Standout in football, basketball and wrestling at Shiloh High School

Gwinnett County Defensive Lineman of the Year twice at Shiloh

Atlanta Touchdown Club Defensive Lineman of the Year as a senior

Class 5A all-state high school selection

UGA All-Conference (SEC) and first team All-American (2002, 2003, 2004)




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Whiznot
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Member since Oct 2013
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re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
I think David Pollack was UGA's most productive 3* ever. Pollack had the highest motor as a edge rusher in school history.


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I Bleed Garnet
South Carolina Fan
Transplant in TriBeCa /UofSC Grad
Member since Jul 2011
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re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
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He was an unrated walk-on who played TE for us. He's now a starter with the Minnesota Vikings and was a 2nd round draft pick.



He was a first round draft pick for the Ravens.
Although I don’t believe he starts


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I Bleed Garnet
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re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
One to add DJ Swearinger who was a 3*



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CivilTiger83
Clemson Fan
Member since Dec 2017
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re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
Vic Beasley, Grady Jarrett and Hunter Renfrow.


JDHLaw
Kentucky Fan
Lexington
Member since Jun 2013
1035 posts

re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
Josh Allen was a 2*
Bunchy Stallings was a 2*
Wesley Woodyard was a 3*
Danny Trevathan was a 2*
Benny Snell was a 3*
Randall Cobb was a 2* (bumped to 3* late)
Bud Dupree was a 3*

For future folks that will probably be big for UK next season:

Calvin Taylor was completely unranked
Jamar "Boogie" Watson was a low 3*/2*




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koreandawg
Georgia Fan
South Korea
Member since Sep 2015
1491 posts

re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
Pollack, Davis and Odell Thurman were all 3 stars.

Baker was a 3 star.

Tra Battle is another. Played safety in the NFL at 173 pounds soaking wet.

Lamont Gaillard

Davin Bellamy

David Andrews- starting Center for world champs

Chris Conley- current Chiefs WR

Ben Jones- veteran NFL offensive lineman

Clint Boling- vet NFL offensive lineman

Quentin Moses- terror to opposing QBs. RIP. Died trying to save friends in a house fire.







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Clempson12
Member since Sep 2018
8 posts

re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
Right off top of my head Grady Jarrett was a very low 3*. Only had 3 offers I believe. Just got franchised tagged by falcons.

Another falcon Vic Beasley was a 2* TE when he got on Clemson’s campus. Only weight about 215. Ostarine is some serious stuff


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pioneerbasketball
Arkansas Fan
Team Bunchie
Member since Oct 2005
88246 posts

re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
IIRC, rivals use to only go to 4* til 2003? Sometime in the early 2000s?


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meansonny
Georgia Fan
ATL
Member since Sep 2012
7869 posts

re: Most productive 3* or lower recruits at your school since the prevalence of
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Chris Conley- current Chiefs WR


Conley was a composite 4 star. Right there on the cusp.


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