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SummerOfGeorge
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SEC Football Recruiting - Average Rating (Class of 2022) (7-25-21)
Average Recruit Rankings (Avg Recruit) (# commits)
1. Alabama (95.16) (12)
2. Ohio State (94.37) (17)
3. Georgia (93.68) (12)
4. Clemson (93.56) (10)
5. LSU (92.22) (15)
6. Oklahoma (92.12) (15)
7. USC (92.03) (9)
8. Texas A&M (91.71) (11)
9. Notre Dame (91.09) (19)
10. Penn State (90.74) (21)

12. Missouri (90.01) (12)
15. Texas (89.64) (14)
16. Florida (89.61) (10)
19. Kentucky (88.52) (11)
23. Ole Miss (88.15) (10)
25. South Carolina (87.97) (16)
30. Auburn (87.39) (7)
31. Tennessee (87.33) (11)
34. Arkansas (87.11) (16)
37. Mississippi St (86.78) (15)
54. Vanderbilt (85.62) (18)
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Cregg
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re: SEC Football Recruiting - Average Rating (Class of 2022) (7-25-21)


SummerOfGeorge
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re: SEC Football Recruiting - Average Rating (Class of 2022) (7-25-21)
Drink doin work. As is Stoops/Marrow.
This post was edited on 7/25 at 4:55 pm


Cregg
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re: SEC Football Recruiting - Average Rating (Class of 2022) (7-25-21)
Any shot Mizzou lands Burden or Coleman? How y'all Missouri guys feel about them?


Miznoz
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Member since Dec 2018
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re: SEC Football Recruiting - Average Rating (Class of 2022) (7-25-21)
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Any shot Mizzou lands Burden or Coleman? How y'all Missouri guys feel about them?


People say even though Burden is comitted that it's basically a 3 way race right now with Mizzou, Bama and Oklahoma, with Georgia working their way in lately.

Coleman has a more open recruitment but we worked our way into his top schools so we have a chance.

Apparently they hate each other, so there is not much chance we get both.

I'd much rather have Burden who will come in and be a top receiver anywhere he goes.

Coleman will contribute right away too but I don't think he'll dominate right away, like Burden is gonna, except maybe at KR.

We have a real shot at getting one.


Buzz Killington
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re: SEC Football Recruiting - Average Rating (Class of 2022) (7-25-21)
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1. Alabama (95.16) (12)
2. Ohio State (94.37) (17)
3. Georgia (93.68) (12)
4. Clemson (93.56) (10)
5. LSU (92.22) (15)
6. Oklahoma (92.12) (15)


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DawgsLife
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re: SEC Football Recruiting - Average Rating (Class of 2022) (7-25-21)
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People say even though Burden is comitted that it's basically a 3 way race right now with Mizzou, Bama and Oklahoma, with Georgia working their way in lately.



Similar to what we are hearing. Heard that Oklahoma leads, Missouri in second and we are coming on strong. I have not heard anything about Alabama, though. (Does not mean they are no in it...just that I have not heard about that aspect)

Also reading/hearing that he wants to play in the SEC, and that might help Oklahoma if they come on board, and also that if he decides not to go to Oklahoma that he could opt to stay in state at Mizzou. We're trying to get in there and have made some headway of late, but it's an uphill battle.


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