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Muschamp's become an elite recruiter, but he hasn't passed Meyer yet.
Meyer is the best. Spurrier was probably the worst.
I wonder who's better at assessing talent.
While Meyer did get a lot of 5 stars I feel like Champ provides us with great players and good depth. I swear Meyer would just looked at rankings and offered all the top kids.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Smitty901 15 months ago
Only correct answer, he is as good as the ones listed
Coach Muschamp is a lot more hands on then most coaches. The older the coach the less involved they are as recruiters. Coach Spurrier admitted he's just the closer these days at Carolina. Bobby Bowden was so hands off he didn't bother learning the recruits names. Everybody was called "Buddy" by Coach Bowden.
Depends, If you want stars then its Meyer.
If you want excellent talent eval and a player then Muschamp.
Meyer, Zook, Spurrier.
With Muschamp, we have to see if he can continue to recruit at an elite level and how many of his recruits pan out, so I'll reserve final judgement til a couple years from now. I'm thinking he will probably be at the top of the list by then.
Off to a great start in 2014.
This post was edited by cspan525 15 months ago
Based on some things I've heard, Champ then Meyer then Zook followed by The Visor.
"Who was your source? Church mice in here....." - Coach Muschamp
"You're not a good guy, you go somewhere else. We'll play you. We'll beat you."
Myers, Zook, Muschamp
Only because Champ has to do it for longer period of time.And his players will have to pan out.
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