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And get his man a picture
niiiiice. Judging by the current 247, that looks to put him in line for a ranking somewhere between 40th and 70th. Not bad at all.
Yup. He's Haolti Nata-ish. Gerry Hamilton looked at me yesterday after watching his highlights and said "holy sh*t, this guy has got to move up" haha.
Drake Harris is also moving up.
Untill he commits to us and moves down....
What about Speight and Ferns?
Does Mone just not report all of his offers? You think a guy like that would have more impressive ones.
And Cornwell getting his 5th star.
Not sure about them.
We got Mone!!!
Looks like Ferns got moved down to a 90.
Bwahaha we should not be surprised at all.
How is Ferns the 17th best player in Ohio? Is this some stupid Bucknuts bullshit? He is easily a top 5 player in the state....that is just silly
It is pretty weird that he has been consistently moved down without there being any new film or camps recently.
Yeah, he was bumped from a 94 to a 92, then a 92 to a 90. What gives? Especially when his composite rating is higher than 247 has ever ranked him.
I'm pretty sure he'll be going through the camp circuit. It'll just be sweeter seeing Bucknuts' reaction after he earns his bump.
I don't mind a ratings change from 92 to 90, but moving him from the 3rd best player in Ohio to 17th best? That is just astounding
If 5 star means a guy with an NFL future, their is no doubt in my mind Mone should be a minimum of a 98. That's the great thing about player evals though, everybody has an opinion. Makes it that much more interesting.
I just graded out Hubbard at a 90, as did Clint. Ferns is no doubt a better prospect then him. If Hubbard is a 90, which I think is a fair eval, then Ferns is at bare minimum a 94-95.
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