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For people that dont think Dohn doesnt boost rutty's rankings. Here;s content from yesterday's articles regarding ranking bumps. Keep in mind there hasnt been any camps, workouts to evaluate.

Linebacker Khayri Banton of Newark West Side is at the head of those rankings as the No.2-ranked prospect in the state. He is followed by teammate Shaquan Loyal, who saw a big jump all the way to the No.7-ranked prospect in the state.

Loyal is followed by wide receiver Carnell Davis (No.8), cornerback Alijah Clark (No.10), defensive end Keshon Griffin (No.11) and running back Al-Shadee Salaam (No.13). Recent commit Zack Taylor also received a rankings bump to No.1 in the country among long snappers.

Dohn goes on to say --Newark (N.J.) West Side cornerback Shaquan Loyal saw an increase from 84 to 88. His verified and deeper look at his film and workouts led to the Rutgers commit getting the ratings increase.

How can you justify that type of leap in rankings? saw some workouts? Look at film that he already watched and determined he was a 84 previously? I wish he looked deeper into everyones else film like he does with rutgers.

He also ranked their LS #1 in the country when 247 doesnt ranked LS's. Kohl's kicking which rates specialists has their LS ranked 42nd. Rubio Long snapping has him ranked 17th,
 
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For people that dont think Dohn doesnt boost rutty's rankings. Here;s content from yesterday's articles regarding ranking bumps. Keep in mind there hasnt been any camps, workouts to evaluate.

Linebacker Khayri Banton of Newark West Side is at the head of those rankings as the No.2-ranked prospect in the state. He is followed by teammate Shaquan Loyal, who saw a big jump all the way to the No.7-ranked prospect in the state.

Loyal is followed by wide receiver Carnell Davis (No.8), cornerback Alijah Clark (No.10), defensive end Keshon Griffin (No.11) and running back Al-Shadee Salaam (No.13). Recent commit Zack Taylor also received a rankings bump to No.1 in the country among long snappers.

Dohn goes on to say --Newark (N.J.) West Side cornerback Shaquan Loyal saw an increase from 84 to 88. His verified and deeper look at his film and workouts led to the Rutgers commit getting the ratings increase.

How can you justify that type of leap in rankings? saw some workouts? Look at film that he already watched and determined he was a 84 previously? I wish he looked deeper into everyones else film like he does with rutgers.

He also ranked their LS #1 in the country when 247 doesnt ranked LS's. Kohl's kicking which does rates specialists doesnt have their LS in their top 42. Rubio Lon
g Snapping has him rated #17. lol
And any of them with real value will jump ship as soon as a Michigan, Penn State, or Ohio State offer materializes
 

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For people that dont think Dohn doesnt boost rutty's rankings. Here;s content from yesterday's articles regarding ranking bumps. Keep in mind there hasnt been any camps, workouts to evaluate.

Linebacker Khayri Banton of Newark West Side is at the head of those rankings as the No.2-ranked prospect in the state. He is followed by teammate Shaquan Loyal, who saw a big jump all the way to the No.7-ranked prospect in the state.

Loyal is followed by wide receiver Carnell Davis (No.8), cornerback Alijah Clark (No.10), defensive end Keshon Griffin (No.11) and running back Al-Shadee Salaam (No.13). Recent commit Zack Taylor also received a rankings bump to No.1 in the country among long snappers.

Dohn goes on to say --Newark (N.J.) West Side cornerback Shaquan Loyal saw an increase from 84 to 88. His verified and deeper look at his film and workouts led to the Rutgers commit getting the ratings increase.

How can you justify that type of leap in rankings? saw some workouts? Look at film that he already watched and determined he was a 84 previously? I wish he looked deeper into everyones else film like he does with rutgers.

He also ranked their LS #1 in the country when 247 doesnt ranked LS's. Kohl's kicking which rates specialists has their LS ranked 42nd. Rubio Long snapping has him ranked 17th,
Until there is a non-subscriber site, this will continue to happen. It's absolutely ridiculous.
 

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Yup. I posted this on the other site when he posted it.
For people that dont think Dohn doesnt boost rutty's rankings. Here;s content from yesterday's articles regarding ranking bumps. Keep in mind there hasnt been any camps, workouts to evaluate.

Linebacker Khayri Banton of Newark West Side is at the head of those rankings as the No.2-ranked prospect in the state. He is followed by teammate Shaquan Loyal, who saw a big jump all the way to the No.7-ranked prospect in the state.

Loyal is followed by wide receiver Carnell Davis (No.8), cornerback Alijah Clark (No.10), defensive end Keshon Griffin (No.11) and running back Al-Shadee Salaam (No.13). Recent commit Zack Taylor also received a rankings bump to No.1 in the country among long snappers.

Dohn goes on to say --Newark (N.J.) West Side cornerback Shaquan Loyal saw an increase from 84 to 88. His verified and deeper look at his film and workouts led to the Rutgers commit getting the ratings increase.

How can you justify that type of leap in rankings? saw some workouts? Look at film that he already watched and determined he was a 84 previously? I wish he looked deeper into everyones else film like he does with rutgers.

He also ranked their LS #1 in the country when 247 doesnt ranked LS's. Kohl's kicking which rates specialists has their LS ranked 42nd. Rubio Long snapping has him ranked 17th,
 

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Ruttie fans are funny. They brag about their recruit rankings...but never make the connection why they underperform annually.
Recruiting services over value the mid tier to bottom tier prospects in NJ. Ruckers under performed with shady in the Big East. Couldn't do anything after their magical 2006 season. They had some recruiting classes that should have given them some Big East titles. Its gonna be worse now that he's going against competent coaches with just as much talent or more.
 

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For people that dont think Dohn doesnt boost rutty's rankings. Here;s content from yesterday's articles regarding ranking bumps. Keep in mind there hasnt been any camps, workouts to evaluate.

Linebacker Khayri Banton of Newark West Side is at the head of those rankings as the No.2-ranked prospect in the state. He is followed by teammate Shaquan Loyal, who saw a big jump all the way to the No.7-ranked prospect in the state.

Loyal is followed by wide receiver Carnell Davis (No.8), cornerback Alijah Clark (No.10), defensive end Keshon Griffin (No.11) and running back Al-Shadee Salaam (No.13). Recent commit Zack Taylor also received a rankings bump to No.1 in the country among long snappers.

Dohn goes on to say --Newark (N.J.) West Side cornerback Shaquan Loyal saw an increase from 84 to 88. His verified and deeper look at his film and workouts led to the Rutgers commit getting the ratings increase.

How can you justify that type of leap in rankings? saw some workouts? Look at film that he already watched and determined he was a 84 previously? I wish he looked deeper into everyones else film like he does with rutgers.

He also ranked their LS #1 in the country when 247 doesnt ranked LS's. Kohl's kicking which rates specialists has their LS ranked 42nd. Rubio Long snapping has him ranked 17th,
Dohn has already blocked me on twitter but I'll tweet a summary of this at all his cronies
 

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Ruttie fans are funny. They brag about their recruit rankings...but never make the connection why they underperform annually.
This is the fundamental difference between Syracuse fans.

Syracuse fans know the program is getting mediocre classes and while unhappy with it, can accept it. They accept reality.

Rutgers fans are happy to give away their money to have a clown blow smoke up their butts. Not only do they tolerate it, they pay for the privilege.

These are the same folks who go to fortune tellers and fall foe phone and email scams.

SU fans would never tolerate some idiot glorifying bad football players so he could make money off them.

I applaud Dohn for taking advantage of these clueless dolts. He is simultaneously making them dumber and poorer. Good for him!
 

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This is the fundamental difference between Syracuse fans.

Syracuse fans know the program is getting mediocre classes and while unhappy with it, can accept it. They accept reality.

Rutgers fans are happy to give away their money to have a clown blow smoke up their butts. Not only do they tolerate it, they pay for the privilege.

These are the same folks who go to fortune tellers and fall foe phone and email scams.

SU fans would never tolerate some idiot glorifying bad football players so he could make money off them.

I applaud Dohn for taking advantage of these clueless dolts. He is simultaneously making them dumber and poorer. Good for him!
lol well said. The best players during shady era have been 2 stars like the McCourty's leonard, Teel, Sanu and Rice, not the over rated high 3 stars and 4 stars.
 

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Recruiting services over value the mid tier to bottom tier prospects in NJ. Ruckers under performed with shady in the Big East. Couldn't do anything after their magical 2006 season. They had some recruiting classes that should have given them some Big East titles. Its gonna be worse now that he's going against competent coaches with just as much talent or more.

Rutgers = Ruckers = Rykers? I understand the correlation, just curious whether it was intentional.
 
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This is the fundamental difference between Syracuse fans.

Syracuse fans know the program is getting mediocre classes and while unhappy with it, can accept it. They accept reality.

Rutgers fans are happy to give away their money to have a clown blow smoke up their butts. Not only do they tolerate it, they pay for the privilege.

These are the same folks who go to fortune tellers and fall foe phone and email scams.

SU fans would never tolerate some idiot glorifying bad football players so he could make money off them.

I applaud Dohn for taking advantage of these clueless dolts. He is simultaneously making them dumber and poorer. Good for him!
I simply love the word "dolt". Excellent choice.
 

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Rutgers sucks. Not that you need a reminder. Besides, truth is truth and this truth is therapeutic when verbalized ... or typed.
 

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No doubt that one can make an argument for the first four, but #5... no way! :vomit: :vomit::vomit::vomit::vomit:
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Edit: 1-4 can be debated and reranked, but I think we can all agree who should be #1.
Well, the RU experience is unique. It isn't often that you can watch a game in a small concrete tomb where 90% of the fans are from the visitors.
 

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