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So this sips are 20th on 247, 16th on Rivals, 13th on Scout and yet they are 10th on the 247 "composite."
How is the composite ranking calculated?
My guess would be that ESPN has them ranked high.
#10 on ESPN. All 4 of those are used.
Asked a coworker the other day to give me 3 impact players in their class and got this response:
"A'Shawn....well....uh...if A'Shawn signs. Then, uh...yeah we don't have a good class this year."
Win we shall, yes we can, yes we will.
It's a team ranking based on the commits' composite ratings
I think there's a limit in the algorithm that prevents them from being ranked out of the top 10.
The composite ranking is based on the composite player values, not a composite team value.
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Is it the 247 recruiting formula based on the average player values of the 4 services?
These are the same rankings that Taylor insists we pay attention to vs. the rivals ranks.
Uh, no thanks.
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