It’s a tool that looks at who is currently on each roster in college football, accounting for graduations, dismissals, early NFL departures and other attrition as well as incoming transfers and gives us a real time picture of a roster’s talent level based on each player’s ranking as a high school prospect.
A roster management ranking, in other words.
As you can imagine, Georgia shows out pretty well.
Georgia sits at No. 3 and has more five-stars on its current roster than any program, including Alabama and Ohio State. It’s a roster that already had strong a strong foundation in place when Kirby Smart took over and subsequently added the No. 6, No. 3 and No. 1 classes in the country respectively. It’s why when you look around the college football landscape, Georgia is one of the few teams that looks equipped to take on Alabama from a talent perspective.
Note that Georgia has the number seven, twelve and fourteen teams on that list coming up in the next few weeks. (Note also that the Dawgs have already dispatched numbers fifteen and twenty-one.)
On a non-Dawg related note, how does Clay Helton still have a head coaching job? Jeez, what a sad waste of talent.