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Article written by Jack Pilgrim

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18 responses to “Rivals, 247 Sports give non-existent football “recruit” a three-star ranking”

  1. shelby

    He’s related to moises globally

  2. brandond373


  3. runningunnin.454

    That’s great…well done! They swallowed that one hook, line, and sinker.

  4. Middy

    Hilarious! This maybe the most entertaining story I’ve seen on KSR. These same services ranked Josh Allen lower than a make believe player. Thankfully Stoops, Big Dog and crew know how to evaluate talent without this BS!

    1. runningunnin.454

      Right you are. Only thing funnier is if Tennessee called the school, and tried to schedule an appointment. Of course, we don’t know that they didn’t, Ha ha.

    2. notFromhere

      It is, Middy! Wonder who they got it from….

  5. jimmer

    Fake news! Literally.

  6. Chade Sparrow

    Goes to show these ranking aren’t everything. It’s about trusting our staff to do the evaluation.

    1. notFromhere

      Absolutely right! Proves it well

    2. mashburnfan1

      Same thing happened several years ago, may have been in basketball but I don’t remember. That one was ranked even higher. Is why many have said pay no attention to how many stars are beside a name, especially in football. There are way too many kids playing for these services to possibly see in person or on tape. I think our FB staff has done pretty well in finding talent before others do.

  7. jaws2

    What this really proves, is that in today’s ‘social media’ is everything world, anything, ANYTHING can be created and people will believe it. It’s truly a sad commentary on where we are as a supposedly civilized society.

  8. nybrasky

    Must be Ivan Renko’s kid.

  9. bbn606

    That’s the same bunch that had Moses Douglas rated at 400 while Rivals had him at 231.

    1. notFromhere

      Ratings are mostly based on offers and not on skill set. When they get around to actually evaluating, if they ever do, it’s based on stats and camps where available. Most of the services dont know how to evaluate talent outside of that.

  10. Bluebloodtoo

    I really wish i was surprised by this story, but I’m not. Kinda sad really.

  11. J. Did

    Blake Carringer is an official and prime suspect in the alleged assault of “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett.

  12. notFromhere

    The illegitimate great grandson of Jameson Huffa and Emily Earhurt (who self identifies as a member of the Ojibwa tribe), Carriger was set to enter the peace corps before receiving the in person offer from Saban. OleNick reportedly said (to the camera instead of the person interviewing him), “Had to be the first one there. We need to step up our recruiting game after that lackluster 2019 recruiting class.” The crinson tide finished ranked first with most major ranking services, but Saban was clearly not satisfied, “If I could just find a decent kicker…,” he mumbled.

    1. notFromhere

      Rumor is Jalen Hurts was going to be moved to kicker to help the team, and that led to his transfer.