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    8 in the Top 100 is more than any other team (2 more than anyone else) so not surprisingly ND is ranked #1 in Lemming's current Team Rankings linked below. The update is getting quite a few :olegeezer: chuckles all over the recruiting media world.
    http://www.saturdaydownsouth.com/201...uiting-addict/

    Here's a fun article about recruiting with a Lemming zinger in it.

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    I replaced the Athlete Vault Top 150 link in the first post with the final rankings for 2011 from 247sports.com.
    Last edited by irishunclebill; 01-24-2011 at 05:01 PM.

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    Here is a BGI/247 freebie summarizing where ND commits & prospects ended up in the Final 247 rankings.

    http://notredame.247sports.com/Artic...For-2011-12650

    Reviewing The Rankings: Top 247 For 2011
    Jason Sapp
    2 hours ago


    (BlueandGold.com's network) has released its final rankings for the 2011 recruiting class.

    The four national analysts - Gerry Hamilton, JC Shurburtt, Barton Simmons and Steve Wiltfong - have been present at the various post-season all-star events (Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas Dec. 18, Offense-Defense All-American Bowl Dec. 31, Under Armour All-America Game Jan. 5 and U.S. Army All-American Bowl Jan. 8) to collaborate and decide which prospects have moved up in the rankings, and which have moved down.

    For Notre Dame, three early enrollees, seven verbal commitments and two prospects are listed in the Top 247.

    Here's a look at which recruits have made the final rankings, their star ratings, how their ranking has shifted and which post-season event they participated in:

    No. 6 - 5* (99) Aaron Lynch, SDE, Cape Coral, Fla., Army Bowl [Signed]

    The 6-6, 245-pound Island Coast High player gave his pledge to Notre Dame Jan. 15 during an official visit and reported to campus for the spring semester the following Tuesday for the start of classes.

    Previous ranking - No. 29 (Stock Up)

    No. 29 - 4* (97) Savon Huggins, RB, Jersey City, N.J., Under Armour Game [Offered]

    The 6-0, 190-pound St. Peter's Prep will choose from North Carolina, Notre Dame and Rutgers on Jan. 28 at 5 p.m.

    Previous ranking - No. 47 (Stock Up)

    No. 37 - 4* (96) Stephon Tuitt, SDE, Monroe, Ga., Army Bowl [Committed]

    The 6-5, 260-pound Monroe Area High player flipped his pledge to Georgia Tech Jan. 18 following an official visit to see the Yellow Jackets the weekend before, but switched back to Notre Dame the next day after a visit with Brian Kelly, Mike Elston, Bob Diaco and Chuck Martin.

    Previous ranking - No. 37 (Same)

    No. 44 - 4* (96) Ishaq Williams, OLB, Brooklyn, N.Y., Army Bowl [Signed]

    The 6-5, 220-pound Abraham Lincoln High player decided on Notre Dame Jan. 14 during a 4:30 a.m. visit with Diaco and cancelled an official visit to Penn State that weekend. He reported to campus for the spring semester the following week.

    Previous ranking - No. 99 (Stock Up)

    No. 62 - 4* (95) DaVaris Daniels, WR, Vernon Hills, Ill., Under Armour Bowl [Committed]

    The 6-2, 190-pound Vernon Hills High player verbally committed to Notre Dame Sept. 28. He took his official visit to Notre Dame Jan. 21 with fellow commits RB Cam McDaniel, CB Bennett Okotcha and OG Conor Hanratty. DE commit Chase Hounshell arrived on Saturday and stayed through Sunday on an unofficial visit for the Football Awards Show.

    Previous ranking - No. 127 (Stock Up)

    No. 65 - 4* (95) Ben Koyack, TE, Oil City, Pa., Under Armour Game [Committed]

    The 6-5, 240-pound Oil City High player gave his pledge to Notre Dame April 27. He considered enrolling early, but decided to ride out his senior year to run track in the spring.

    Previous ranking - No. 63 (Stock Down)

    No. 82 - 4* (95) Matt Hegarty, OT, Aztec, N.M., Army Bowl [Committed]

    The 6-5, 260-pound Aztec High player committed to the Irish April 23. He was recovering from a knee injury when he played in the Army Bowl, but should be healthy for the Team USA versus The World Game on National Signing Day (Feb. 2). Other commits participating in the contest are Tuitt, WR George Atkinson III, CB Josh Atkinson and OLB Anthony Rabasa.

    Previous ranking - No. 78 (Stock Down)

    No. 96 - 4* (95) Ben Councell, OLB, Asheville, N.C., Shrine Bowl [Committed]

    The 6-5 220-pound A.C. Reynolds High player verbally committed to Notre Dame June 27. He saw his ranking rapidly climb after a strong week of practice for the Shrine Bowl. He recorded 13 tackles and blocked a punt in the all-star contest.

    Previous ranking - NR (Stock Up)

    No. 110 - 4* (95) George Atkinson III, WR, Livermore, Calif., Army Bowl [Committed]

    The 6-2, 195-pound Granada High player gave his pledge to Notre Dame with his twin brother, Josh, on the Sunday of his official visit for the Michigan game Sept. 11. He played out of position for the Army Bowl and lined up at safety, but he'll get to show his ability at his projected position in the Team USA versus The World Game.

    Previous ranking - No. 82 (Stock Down)

    No. 169 - 4* (93) Eilar Hardy, CB, Pickerington, Ohio, Offense-Defense Bowl [Committed]

    The 6-0, 175-pound Pickerington Central High player hopped on with the Irish June 25. He was recruited as a cornerback, but he'll likely also get a look at safety.

    Previous ranking - No. 146 (Stock Down)

    No. 220 - 4* (92) Troy Niklas, DE, Anaheim, Calif. [Offered]

    The 6-7, 245-pound Servite High player took an official visit to Stanford Jan. 14, USC Jan. 21 and he's headed to Notre Dame Jan. 28. He'll choose from the three programs by National Signing Day.

    Previous ranking - No. 219 (Stock Down)

    No. 225 - 4* (91) Everett Golson, QB, Myrtle Beach, S.C., Shrine Bowl [Signed]

    The 6-0, 170-pound Myrtle Beach High player committed to Notre Dame Dec. 2. He's seen as the type of signal-caller that could push the younger quarterbacks on the roster this spring to get within the top four candidates.

    Previous ranking - NR (Stock Up)
    10 ND verbals in there Top 247 compared to 9 in the Rivals 250, 9 in the Scout 300, 7 in the ESPN 150, and 8 in Lemming's Top 100.
    Last edited by irishunclebill; 01-24-2011 at 04:57 PM.

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    Quick Snapshot of the 10 in the Final 247.

    Aaron Lynch 6
    Stephon Tuitt 37
    Ishaq Williams 44
    Davaris Daniels 62
    Ben Koyack 65
    Matthew Hegarty 82
    Ben Councell 96
    George Atkinson III 110
    Eilar Hardy 169
    Everett Golson 225
    7 in the Top 100 so not all that different than Lemming.

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    I didn't see any Team Rankings but those numbers should indicate a Top 5 team ranking.

    Kind of surprisingly high considering that Simmons and Orange Sherbert were two of the 4 guys doing the rankings. I would bet that all of the rankings for the ND commits would have been considerably lower from those two guys if we didn't have commits from Lynch & Tuitt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by irishunclebill View Post
    Quick Snapshot of the 10 in the Final 247.



    7 in the Top 100 so not all that different than Lemming.
    GAIII at #110 so very close to Lemming...that's Lemming joke is not quite so funny

    If you based it on film and performance alone, I have no doubt that ND has 8 or 9 of the top 100 players in the country (a case can definitely be made for Councell being in the top 100 as he is on Rivals and 247). On film, Golson is a top 50 talent and Rabasa is definitely a 4 star player as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by a1ND View Post
    GAIII at #110 so very close to Lemming...that's Lemming joke is not quite so funny

    If you based it on film and performance alone, I have no doubt that ND has 8 or 9 of the top 100 players in the country (a case can definitely be made for Councell being in the top 100 as he is on Rivals and 247). On film, Golson is a top 50 talent and Rabasa is definitely a 4 star player as well.
    No doubt that the 247 rankings definitely give more credibility to Lemming's final Top 100.

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    Here is the comparison of the ND verbals in Lemming's Top 100 to the ND verbals in the first 100 of the Final 247 ranking.

    First Last Lemming Top 100 247 Top 100
    Aaron Lynch 22 6
    Stephon Tuitt 43 37
    Ben Koyack 55 65
    Matthew Hegarty 57 82
    Ishaq Williams 71 44
    Davaris Daniels 77 62
    Everett Golson 81 NR
    George Atkinson III 85 NR
    Ben Councell NR 96
    Pretty much equal with 247 ranking Councell, DD, Lynch, Tuitt, and Ishaq higher than Lemming, and Lemming ranking Hegarty, Koyack, GA III ,and Golson, higher than 247.

    Average rank for the 7 ND verbals on the 247 list (#56) is actually better than the average rank for the 8 ND verbals on Lemming's list (#61).

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