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Post-Fargo Recruiting: Whose stock went way up?

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Not everything said has to be an arguement. It was just my opinion. Move along

I just disagreed with you. You are the one actually arguing.

 

If Carson Manville's stock didnt go way up, then neither did Cassioppi's.

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Hate to agree with tbar, but he is correct. Cassioppi definitely looked good and didn't drop at all, but Steveson, Parris and Nevills are absolute monsters sitting above him.

Agreed, but consistency is key. He proved he is ranked correctly, at the very least.

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Agreed, but consistency is key. He proved he is ranked correctly, at the very least.

 

Ranked where he should be ranked, but still only the 5th best hwt. prospect behind Steveson, Nevills, Parris and Schultz. In other words, exactly where he was before Fargo. That isn't a rise, it is maintaining your level.

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Nice win for Cass over Mason Parris. Stock rises with that win. Is he now the highest rated Hwt. recruit during the Brands era at Iowa? Where was Stoll ranked? 

Stoll was 14 overall, so no.  Also, Telford was 19, which has them on par depending on the ranking service.  Now, Flo did have Cass finish as the #14, behind Steveson and Parris.

 

As far as weight ranking goes, Stoll was the #3 behind Nevills and Haines.  Telford was #2 behind McMullan.

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Stoll was 14 overall, so no. Also, Telford was 19, which has them on par depending on the ranking service. Now, Flo did have Cass finish as the #14, behind Steveson and Parris.

 

As far as weight ranking goes, Stoll was the #3 behind Nevills and Haines. Telford was #2 behind McMullan.

Thx MSU.

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