2022 State of Florida Blue Chip ratio... and some interesting recruiting class comparisons and notes...

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All of this is as of now obviously.

Blue chip : non blue chip

Miami- 5:2
Florida- 7:10
Fla. St.- 3:5
UCF- 1:14
USF- Oblivion

Miami is the only class in the state with a + ratio, and it's not close. Miami has 2.5 BC's for every non-BC. Second place Florida has .7 BC per non-BC. Booyakasha!

Quality.... ranked by average recruit score:

Miami- 91.54
Fla. St.- 89.48
Florida- 88.60
UCF- 86.71
USF- 84.40

Interesting takeaway: UF's class is closer in quality to UCF's than it is to Miami's.

Miami and UF both fired their coaches. UF had a pretty good sized class going, around 18-20 kids, while Miami's class was dying on the vine, with Mario only inheriting a class of 9. UF lost some of their best commits, Mario didn't lose a single committed guy he wanted. Both programs pushed kids out as well. Yet even starting way behind Napier, Mario was able to blow by UF's class and finish four (4) spots ahead of UF, with three less kids.

Both Miami and UF fired their coaches and scrambled to bring in what they could in their transition classes. Yet both finished ahead of FSU, who were supposed to be having their bump class. This is a bad omen for Norvell moving forward. It's also very good for us.

Bonus: Mario had Oregon rolling in recruiting, and as mentioned, Miami was struggling. Both schools hired new coaches obviously. Oregon will still add some more later, but Miami will finish significantly higher than Oregon in the rankings. Both schools currently have 14 commitments, and Miami is #15 and Oregon is #30. Miami's class has much higher quality recruits.

Summary: The early evidence is that Mario will dominate his in-state rivals in recruiting. He already has.


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All of this is as of now obviously.

Blue chip : non blue chip

Miami- 5:2
Florida- 7:10
Fla. St.- 3:5
UCF- 1:14
USF- Oblivion

Miami is the only class in the state with a + ratio, and it's not close.

Quality.... ranked by average recruit score:

Miami- 91.54
Fla. St.- 89.48
Florida- 88.60
UCF- 86.71
USF- 84.40

Interesting takeaway: UF's class is closer in quality to UCF's than it is to Miami's.

Miami and UF both fired their coaches. UF had a pretty good sized class going, around 18-20 kids, while Miami's class was dying on the vine, with Mario only inheriting a class of 9. UF lost some of their best recruits, Mario didn't lose a single guy he wanted. Both programs pushed kids out as well. Yet even starting way behind Napier, Mario was a able to blow by UF's class and finish four (4) spots ahead of UF, with three less kids.

Both Miami and UF fired their coaches and scrambled to bring in what they could in their transition classes. Yet both finished ahead of FSU, who were supposed to be having their bump class. This is a bad omen for Norvell moving forward. It's also very good for us.

Bonus: Mario had Oregon rolling in recruiting, and as mentioned, Miami was struggling. Both schools hired new coaches obviously. Oregon will still add some more later, but Miami will finish significantly higher than Oregon in the rankings. Both schools currently have 14 commitments, and Miami is #15 and Oregon is #30. Miami's class has much higher quality recruits.

Summary: The early evidence is that Mario will dominate his in-state rivals in recruiting. He already has.


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great class, but what i feel even more confident is player development that has been poor will now be top of the charts.results of player development will be seen in NFL draft.
NIL, will be very good not TAMU dollar wise but very good, top 5 classes will be in our future
 
We know our momentum to be true because jawga and baga tried to slow our momentum by plucking coaches. The only real loss was Stewart, but tamu had already broke off him, family and handler. The money game is real and we on even playing field here on out.
 
Honestly, what he was able to do in a month, without a full staff and with a few guys dipping for other jobs, is honestly, miraculous! We finished with a TOP 15 class recruiting wise and overall with recruits and portal guys combined.

Top 10 classes are going to be the norm around here with a few years approaching top 5. They are going to recruit OL and DL at an ELITE level and if we can recruit the QB position at an ELITE level too, everything else will fall into place.

Buckle up, he's just getting started!
 
Honestly, what he was able to do in a month, without a full staff and with a few guys dipping for other jobs, is honestly, miraculous! We finished with a TOP 15 class recruiting wise and overall with recruits and portal guys combined.

Top 10 classes are going to be the norm around here with a few years approaching top 5. They are going to recruit OL and DL at an ELITE level and if we can recruit the QB position at an ELITE level too, everything else will fall into place.

Buckle up, he's just getting started!
If we look decent on the field Mario can sign a top 10 class without even trying,the only way we don't sign a top 5 class next season is if we load up on talented local kids severely under rated by the recruiting sites.
 
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If we look decent on the field Mario can sign a top 10 class without even trying,the only way we don't sign a top 5 class next season is if we load up on talented local kids severely under rated by the recruiting sites.
if we have the year we "should have" and TVD has the year people are "expecting", class next year will be between 3 and 7
 
Consistent top 10 will get us around or close to Clemson esp if he builds the trentches on a top ten level
Then he’ll just need to luck into a generational qb like deshaun and we’ll be cooking
you dont necessarily need a generational QB if your OL and DL are ELITE. Mac Jones is obviously an NFL guy, Colt McCoy obviously an NFL guy, but not generational talents, but they had ELITE line play. Yes, an ELITE QB obviously makes things soo much better, but Bama has had a few guys I wouldnt consider generational win Natty's, why, because of ELITE lines.
 
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you dont necessarily need a generational QB if your OL and DL are ELITE. Mac Jones is obviously an NFL guy, Colt McCoy obviously an NFL guy, but not generational talents, but they had ELITE line play. Yes, an ELITE QB obviously makes things soo much better, but Bama has had a few guys I wouldnt consider generational win Natty's, why, because of ELITE lines.
I agree
But bama recruits at a top 3 level in the trentches
My point was if we recruit at a top 10 level which is more like Clemson
U need a stud qb like Watson or Fabio
Hopefully Mario can get us to a top 3 level too in due time and it’s basically just plug and play for skill guys
 
I thought the same of the Oregon vs Miami comparison. He left there and their class went from top 5-10 to 30. He came here and we go from ~70 to 14. Insane. And I love the focus on big OL. Think @DMoney wrote about our smaller OL. Even last years kids are mostly smallish center/guard types. Cooper and McCoy are big. Sagapalu is 340lbs. We need monsters. Lastly, all our focus needs to be on Conerly!!!!!
 
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Consistent top 10 will get us around or close to Clemson esp if he builds the trentches on a top ten level
Then he’ll just need to luck into a generational qb like deshaun and we’ll be cooking
But that's the thing. We don't need to luck into generational QBs. Bama didn't luck into Hurts, Tua, Mac, and Young. They went there because they knew they could kick *** there behind a great line with the best skill players in the country. Same **** here if we do what we need to do!
 
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