RobertM320 wrote:winwave wrote:RobertM320 wrote:Here's the two deep for Cincinnati. We've got 46 instead of 44, because we list two RB and three WR. Of the 46, 21 (almost half) are either FR, RS FR, or SO. We're very young, and yet far better than what we were 24 months ago.
The players playing the bulk of the minutes are upperclassmen. This is not a young team. In fact this is one of the few times in many years people can't run around yelling were young, wait till next year. Unfortunately next year we'll be back there.
But win, you're back to the same thing. The bulk of the minutes are upperclassmen. Yes they have experience, but they don't have talent. Those are CJ recruits. Obviously I don't mean Hilliard and Badie and a few others. My point was the talent Fritz has brought in is better than the talent that has gone in the past two seasons, but the new talent is young. The 2018 recruiting class currently rates substantially higher on a per recruit rating than any class we've brought in this century. The ratings are measured to the 1/100 of a percent, and many times there's only a few 100ths of a percent between players or overall average, but this year we're well over 81.30 average. The best we have EVER had since 247 started this is a 79.93. We' ve NEVER had a class rating over 80.00. EVER. So let's get Fritz' players on the field in some substantial numbers before we write him off.