I respectfully understand your reply. If you look at that 07 class. There were some 8 or so 4 stars signed. Only half of them panned out,BUT DID THEY EVER!!!! Enough that that 4 were the very nucleus of a great team. Bay Bay was a lower star who wasn't in that class. Also look at the offers of a 3 star compered to a 4 star. A5 star. forget about it. There are also higher ratings in each star category. A high rated 4 star is a lot more apt to make it as a medium 3 star. I have studied and studied the offer sheets between the ratings. Take the )7 class: Willie White and Donly were lower rated 4 stars than Derrick Morgan. The offer sheet says it all. If a recruit has offers from say Al. Ga., Fsu, Ohio St, N.D., LSU, and VT. verses a 3 star who might at best have say Vt. FSU GA TECH Middle Tenn. Wofford, and uab. Means a lot to me.I don't get your point. I think you make the mistake of assuming that every star ranking given to a prospect is accurate. From experience, I can guarantee you that's not accurate. Often times players are ranked a certain way because they're ranked on other sites and the first site doesn't want to appear uninformed. Sometimes it's because a player went to one service's camp and not anothers. There are a host of reasons a kid could be ranked as a four star by one service and three by another, and talent usually has very little to do with it.