Tennessee most talent and experience in the East

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  1. justingroves

    justingroves supermod

    http://www.rockytopinsider.com/2017/07/13/vols-talented-roster-sec-east/

    Good article

    "On Tennessee’s two-deep depth chart projections, there are four five-stars, 24 four-stars, and 16 three-stars"

    "Georgia’s two-deep has six five-stars, 20 four-stars, and 16 three-stars"

    "Florida, on the other hand, has two five-stars, 21 four-stars, 16 three-stars, three two-stars, and two unranked players in their two-deep"


    "Tennessee also has the most experienced roster in the East this season based on average class age. The Vols’ average class for their offensive starters and backups is a junior, and their average class for their defensive starters and backups is also a junior"
     
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  2. NorrisAlan

    NorrisAlan Super Moderator

    But Butch says we are young. That article is obviously flawed.
     
  3. atlvol1

    atlvol1 Member

    This is great. Either we play up to our talent level and have a good season, or we don't and it's obvious that coaching is the problem.
     
  4. Beechervol

    Beechervol Super Moderator

    Guy that put the info together posts on VN.
     
  5. knoxvol

    knoxvol Member

    Interesting article but the "numbers" value a five-star at 1.25xfour-star and 1.66xthree-star. While a five-star player "tends" to be in the statistical tail of the recruiting curve, I am not sure these numbers hold.
     
  6. NorrisAlan

    NorrisAlan Super Moderator

    It also completely fails to take into consideration five star hearts.
     
  7. knoxvol

    knoxvol Member

    Champions of Life Championships...
     

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