One thing that bothers me in the offseason:
Why is it when a player transfers, they are described as a four-star or five-star recruit from when they played in high school? A lot of these guys entered the transfer portal because they couldn’t get on the field at their original school.
So are they really a four-or-five star?
What have they done to deserve those stars in college?
Bru McCoy was a five-star and is on his third college. Do we need to hear about the stars as he becomes a junior at Tennessee?
You know why the fanboy media keeps referring to the stars? Because they are trying to get fans excited about every transfer.
- General Booty, a QB at Tyler Junior College, has committed to Oklahoma. He is a nephew of former USC QB John David Booty.
- Daylen Austin, a four-star 2023 cornerback from Long Beach Poly, has committed to LSU. USC had offered Austin.