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Old 10-24-2016, 02:07 PM   #1
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Scholarship Numbers

Since Oversigning is not really appropriate anymore, scholarship numbers seems is a more accurate name of a thread. Here are some other football sites that acccurately assess their schools numbers in a timely manner throughout the year.

Feel free to post any information on any of these, including your favorite links to ND roster/scholarship numbers.

Clemson Football Scholarship Breakdown

Florida State football scholarship roster by year

Michigan Depth Chart by Class

USC Scholarship Distribution Chart

Ohio State and Alabama as well as the other SEC schools do not have scholarship roster numbers/class breakdown/transfers until prior to fall practice.

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Old 11-05-2016, 12:37 AM   #2
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Tennessee Scholarship Numbers

Despite enrolling eighty-two recruits from just the last three ('14 (32), '15 (28) and '16 (22)) classes, Tennessee went into the 2016 football season with eighty scholarship players, including two late recruits (in July) to the 2016 class and two walkon players that were given scholarships.

Tennessee - with further attrition during the season - now has seventy-seven scholarship players. Preston Williams (4* WR) left the team. Danny O'Brien (4* fifth year senior, DT) was dismissed. Jalen Hurd (4* RB and their top RB) transferred.

Tennessee has ten Seniors and has one Junior expected to enter the draft, giving them a baseline scholarship count of sixty-six for 2017. The Class of 2017 verbal commitment total is twenty-six, which would give them ninety-two players on scholarship. Only one of the five redshirt Juniors eligible for a fifth year is not a starter.

Class of 2017
The talented 2017 in-state recruits have long been anticipated to join the Vols and boost their talent and depth. Of the state's top eleven 2017 recruits, three are five stars and eight are four stars. Tennessee has ended up with only two (#4 Maleik Gray, S and #5 Ty Chandler, RB). Seven others have committed elsewhere. Four committed to Clemson, while one each committed to LSU, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Memphis. The only '17 top ten recruit from Tennessee who is still uncommitted is Trey Smith, OT (5*, State #2).

Clemson took their top QB, their only two WRs and only RB in the Class of 2017 from the state of Tennessee.

SEC recruiting rules would allow Tennessee to take a class of twenty-six, since they signed twenty-four last year - unless their total scholarship count drops below eighty-five. Attrition will probably not put the Vols below eighty-five prior to NSD. Only then could Tennessee take a class greater than twenty-six. Butch Jones performs his roster management with attrition announcements prior to National Signing Day.

So, as NSD approaches, there will be pressure on the current 2017 class verbals with higher-ranked targets committing as well as the total scholarship numbers and fills needs with higher ranked recruits.

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Florida Scholarship Numbers

Florida's recruiting classes for the last three years have totaled sixty-eight enrolled recruits (Four did not qualify). Florida despite being in a sweet spot for recruiting struggles to have a full roster of eighty-five scholarship players, though they have had smaller recruiting classes than most.

Notre Dame also had sixty-eight enrolled recruits over the last three classes - but Florida has a much higher rate of attrition.

Since the end of the '15 regular season, Florida has had five transfers, five players enter the NFL draft early, one player who quit football and one graduate transfer in.

Currently, Florida has given out scholarships to five walkons and yet despite that has eighty-two players on scholarship.

2017 Recruiting Class
Florida has nine graduating Seniors, three Juniors with walkon scholarships who are not on their two deep chart, three scholarships short of eighty-five, and three players (Brantley, Tabor, Wilson) expected to declare for the NFL draft. (Alex Anzalone may declare, but suffered a broken arm in early November.) Eighteen scholarships available. Nineteen with Anzalone. Four players from the 2014 recruiting class (all redshirts) are not even listed on the depth chart at their positions and another is listed as third string. So, if those five move on for playing time elsewhere, Florida could have twenty-four scholarships available - prior to any other attrition.

Florida currently has sixteen verbal commits with two are considered early enrollees. Florida signed a class of twenty-two last year. With further attrition and three early enrollees, Florida could take a class of twenty-eight - but has quite a way to go. Without that pressure to cut to eighty-five, if they do not sign that many, those players not on the depth chart could have the choice to stay and finish out their career there, getting a Florida degree.

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Florida's recruiting classes for the last three years have totaled sixty-eight enrolled recruits (Four did not qualify). Florida despite being in a sweet spot for recruiting struggles to have a full roster of eighty-five scholarship players, though they have had smaller recruiting classes than most.

Notre Dame also had sixty-eight enrolled recruits over the last three classes - but Florida has a much higher rate of attrition.

Since the end of the '15 regular season, Florida has had five transfers, five players enter the NFL draft early, one player who quit football and one graduate transfer in.

Currently, Florida has given out scholarships to five walkons and yet despite that has eighty-two players on scholarship.

2017 Recruiting Class
Florida has nine graduating Seniors, three Juniors with walkon scholarships who are not on their two deep chart, three scholarships short of eighty-five, and three players (Brantley, Tabor, Wilson) expected to declare for the NFL draft. (Alex Anzalone may declare, but suffered a broken arm in early November.) Eighteen scholarships available. Nineteen with Anzalone. Four players from the 2014 recruiting class (all redshirts) are not even listed on the depth chart at their positions and another is listed as third string. So, if those five move on for playing time elsewhere, Florida could have twenty-four scholarships available - prior to any other attrition.

Florida currently has sixteen verbal commits with two are considered early enrollees. Florida signed a class of twenty-two last year. With further attrition and three early enrollees, Florida could take a class of twenty-eight - but has quite a way to go. Without that pressure to cut to eighty-five, if they do not sign that many, those players not on the depth chart could have the choice to stay and finish out their career there, getting a Florida degree.


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Georgia Scholarship Numbers

Georgia is in one of the sweet spots in recruiting in the South. Kirby Smart has so far put together the third ranked recruiting class for 2017. Only three of his sixteen commits are three stars. Georgia is in position to fill out all of their needs with remaining four or five star players. They won't catch Alabama or Ohio State, but otherwise have a recruiting class that is enviable.

With fifteen graduating seniors and five redshirt Juniors who are not on the two deep, Georgia could take a class of 22-25 depending on other attrition. Having taken only twenty-one in the 2016 class - and so far three of the 2017 class are early enrollees who will count towards 2016. Last year's attrition after the end of the regular season included four transfers out, two transfers in, two dismissals (from the class of '16), one to a medical, one not on the spring roster - net total seven.

Georgia's remaining targets include:
Name, Position, 247 position ranking, Ga Interest, Crystal Ball to Georgia

Tony Gray, OT (#24, Top 2, 100%)
Markaviest Bryant, DE (#13, Top 7, 100%)
Malik Herring, SDE (#5, Top 3, 95%)
Nate McBride, ILB (#1, Ga co-fav, 92%)
Jeremiah Holloman, WR, (#4, #19, Top 2, 92%) - Early Enrollee
Deangelo Gibbs, S (#3, Ga favorite, 84%)

With room, Georgia could add:
Monty Rice, ILB (#21, 90%) - Early Enrollee
Tyler Taylor, ILB (#12, top 3, 57%)

Georgia's Senior class next year should be in the 12-15 range. Graduating those numbers and taking in yearly class totals at or near twenty-five sure sounds like Alabama or Ohio State.

Add: Georgia has eighty-two scholarship players for 2016, which adds another three scholarships for 2017.

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Georgia is in one of the sweet spots in recruiting in the South. Kirby Smart has so far put together the third ranked recruiting class for 2017. Only three of his sixteen commits are three stars. Georgia is in position to fill out all of their needs with remaining four or five star players. They won't catch Alabama or Ohio State, but otherwise have a recruiting class that is enviable.

With fifteen graduating seniors and five redshirt Juniors who are not on the two deep, Georgia could take a class of 22-25 depending on other attrition. Having taken only twenty-one in the 2016 class - and so far three of the 2017 class are early enrollees who will count towards 2016. Last year's attrition after the end of the regular season included four transfers out, two transfers in, two dismissals (from the class of '16), one to a medical, one not on the spring roster - net total seven.

Georgia's remaining targets include:
Name, Position, 247 position ranking, Ga Interest, Crystal Ball to Georgia

Tony Gray, OT (#24, Top 2, 100%)
Markaviest Bryant, DE (#13, Top 7, 100%)
Malik Herring, SDE (#5, Top 3, 95%)
Nate McBride, ILB (#1, Ga co-fav, 92%)
Jeremiah Holloman, WR, (#4, #19, Top 2, 92%) - Early Enrollee
Deangelo Gibbs, S (#3, Ga favorite, 84%)

With room, Georgia could add:
Monty Rice, ILB (#21, 90%) - Early Enrollee
Tyler Taylor, ILB (#12, top 3, 57%)

Georgia's Senior class next year should be in the 12-15 range. Graduating those numbers and taking in yearly class totals at or near twenty-five sure sounds like Alabama or Ohio State.
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Texas Scholarship Numbers

Tom Herman certainly is set up to succeed with his experience coaching and recruiting in Texas. Herman will be helped by Charlie Strong's recruiting who had two top ten recruiting classes in the past two years. Strong remade Texas's roster and the experience that underclassmen got under Strong should assist Herman's efforts.

Texas has eighty-three scholarship players with twelve Seniors. Only four of the Seniors are starters and five others are second string. Of those eighty-three, fifty-three are from the Classes '15 and '16. Nine of those fifty-three are starters in 2016 and ten more were second string. While only four from the Class of 2015 redshirted, Strong redshirted more from the Class of 2016 - fourteen of the twenty-nine.

Attrition, which was high after Strong took over, slowed last year with two transfers, one Early Entrant to the draft, and one to a medical scholarship (multiple injuries).

2017 Scholarship Class
With twelve Seniors and two extra scholarships short of eighty-five, Texas can start with fourteen scholarships for 2017. Strong typically would recruit hard after the regulars season, so the Class of 2017 has only seven verbal commitments. But, with the last two recruiting classes with large total recruits and attrition from previous classes, the Junior class has only thirteen scholarship players left. Eleven of those thirteen are true Juniors. Two Redshirt Juniors are not on the two deep, so they may be offered a fifth year. Seventeen of the Class of 2014 are left on scholarship out of twenty-three who enrolled with only one of the seventeen not on the two deep.

D'Onta Foreman, RB, may be an Early Entrant to the draft. Factoring in a small Senior class next year, Herman may be selective for the rest of his 2017 class.

2017 Remaining Targets
Marvin Wilson, DT and Walter Little, OT are top targets. Top players from Texas Jeffrey Okudah, Barron Browning, and Anthony Hines are probably out of reach with the last two poised to be early admissions. Houston three star verbal commits Mohammed Sanago, ILB, Matthew Huhn, OT are possibilities for following Herman to Texas. Other four star targets include K'lavon Chaisson, WDE, Bubba Bolden, S, Chevin Calloway, CB, and Levi Jones, OLB are possiblities but all have others as favorites and have not made OVs to Texas yet.

Texas should take a class around fifteen recruits this year.

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