It seems that recruits are evaluated based solely on their Rivals, Scout, etc. star rating? And where do those stars come from? Camps, 7 v 7, height, vertical jump? Thats not a very good indicator of good QB play. Works OK for someone like Colt Lyerla, 6'5", 225lbs and runs like a deer - in high school. You want those athletes on the field. But QB requires so many other attributes outside of that. These were his stats in HS. 2010 junior stats: Completions: 206 Attempts: 388 Yards: 2,978 Completion %: 53.1% Yards/Attempt: 7.68 Touchdowns: 19 Interceptions: 14 Why is any HS player so highly regarded then? He's tall, can throw the ball far, and lived in California or Texas? If a player has all the physical tools shouldn't they rip up the other small schools they play in HS? Those numbers are more of a red flag to me. Nobody was too excited about Jordan Webb coming to CU, 6'0", 195lbs, but he showed he can play at Kansas. Would Drew Brees even get offers if he played HS in Colorado or Wyoming instead of Texas? How about Connor Wood, Second Baptist HS, TX (1,100 students grades k-12). Four star QB because of size, arm strength, and played in TX. Senior stats: 213-398 53.5%, 2699 yds, 19td's, 9 int's. OK, but not off the charts for a 4 star. 53% completion against small schools. I guess all I'm saying is QB evaluations are flawed in high school. Everyone, including coaches, are too enamored with size/strength instead of what really matters most - can he play. Star ratings - add one for CA or TX, add one for 6'3" or above, add one for being able to throw the ball through a brick wall. Forget what he does with pressure and not throwing from a clean pocket, reading a defense, accuracy.....the things that matter most. Rant over. I hope Sefu can play.