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GeauxPG
Member since Jan 2019
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Elite recruiter vs elite developer?
I was wondering what kind of coach you guys prefer. Of course you want a guy who’s great at both but I when you look at our team. I think Cregg has actually recruited a decent line over the years he just hasn’t been good at developing them. While I look at Raymond and yes he signs his blue chip corners but he also develops his lower tier corners too.


GeauxLSUGeaux
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re: Elite recruiter vs elite developer?
LSU has a great track record of developing players for the next level. And these recruits are looking at it from a next level stand point. LSU has consistently out performed in this aspect against teams that have similar recruiting rankings yet don’t have as nearly many players in the NFL. We just tied the record for most players drafted. OLine is also one of the hardest positions to evaluate from a recruiting perspective, unless you stack 5 stars like other certain teams then it works itself out usually.
This post was edited on 12/27 at 4:37 pm


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N2daWild
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re: Elite recruiter vs elite developer?
Evaluating is also a critical step. Bringing in the right kids goes a long ways in who develops.


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Penrod
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re: Elite recruiter vs elite developer?
Developing is overrated. It’s all about the talent and heart of the kid. The development can gain some advantage at the margin, but if you are outrecruiting me I’m not going to develop my way to parity.


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saturncube21
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re: Elite recruiter vs elite developer?
With the money we pay , we should expect both


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Chalkywhite84
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re: Elite recruiter vs elite developer?
Elite developer


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