Showing its usual thoughtfulness, the NCAA uses the backdrop of the NFL draft to remind its student-athlete football players that the NFL, statistically speaking, is a pipe dream.
Now, math is math, so I’m not about to argue the stats there. Just wondering, though — what do you think the percentage of highly rated recruits who get told by college coaches that their program can get them to the next level is? You can sure bet it’s higher than 1.5%. Which means, outside of a select few like Saban and Meyer, most are lying sacks of shit.
Maybe the NCAA ought to tweet about that.