So this must be what Mike Slive meant by a level playing field.

It’s a shame he thinks this is in the past now.

There have been three Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge events the past three years, and of the 240 players who were entering their senior year at the time of the camp, 237 signed with a Power Five school (99 percent), including all 160 over the past two summers. [Emphasis added.]

Good times.

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3 responses to “So this must be what Mike Slive meant by a level playing field.

  1. Prima Facie De Jure a priori incompetence for a Power 5 team to let a Five Star fall out.

    No matter the baggage.

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  2. The important question is, how many of those players did Georgia and the SEC sign. 🙂

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  3. Mayor

    I’d like to know (1) who the three Rivals100 players who didn’t sign with a Power 5 Conference team were; and (2) what schools they signed with. I’m betting on the Ivy League for those 3.

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