When defensive end Carl Lawson committed to Auburn in March he was ranked with a four-star status according to 247 Sports. But that has changed, 247's AuburnUndercover.com, which provides some national analysis, has bumped Lawson up to five-stars making him the No. 1 weakside defensive end prospect in the country. He had 31 tackles for a loss as a junior at Milton High School in Alpharetta, Ga., last season. He joins Muscle Shoals defensive tackle Dee Liner as a five-star Auburn commit.
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That is what is wrong with theses so called services. They have skin in the game and hope to draw additional kids to their school by assing around with the rankings. Rivals is the worst, once a kid show interest in Bama he goes from a 3 to a 4 then when he commits he is a 5. All a joke.
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Not a single frick is given.
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