Interesting aspect of overperformance methodology that feeds into the recent narrative on the program. Miami's score in this area is due to the fact that the draftees overperformed compared to the draft round. Hence, the school recruited quality players who ended up not being drafted as high as they should have. Empirical evidence to support everybody's recent complaints.
This should be shown to every recruit. What's more amazing is that we are still at or near the top after a down decade. We are NFL U and there's no better school to attend if you want to get to the next level.
I'm shocked that ESPN would even post an article like this. It goes against their own narrative of everything revolves around the SEC. I've always said that if you want to go to the league, you can go anywhere and the league will find you. But if you aspire to HOF or GOAT status, go to Miami. That simple.
Back in the day a farmer knew if his neighbor had an overworked mule, and wouldn't dare give him the price of one that hadn't been treated poorly. Saban is that neighbor. By the time he's done with those young men, they are burnt out.