This class isn't going to be flashy but much like last year's class, it's solid from top to bottom. No real holes. If Les lands a few of the big fish left on the board this could easily be a top 3 class.
Yeah.. I'm not entirely sure what the number was.. but it was eye-opening.
Thing is, many times great HS offensive linemen aren't necessarily great college prospects. A good majority of elite HS OL prospects have the characteristics that college coaches look for (i.e. size - obviously, footwork, reach, and athletic ability) but they lack adequate technique and/or strength and conditioning.
Dodd appears to be a well-polished offensive linemen that possesses the ability to become even better with college coaching/strength and conditioning. He should be a good one.
Your point is well taken. Further information into the mix - in addition to the number of major offers that a recruit has, how much weight should be given to whether there is a name listed under the "recruited by" column? More named recruiters equals potentially better player???