# of stars means that a player has the ability to learn and expand his talent.However, he has to buy into his school in every way, has to work hard in a team concept and listen to his coaches. Louis Oliver did and Debose didn't. There are no exceptions to the rule.Coaches evaluste based on their criteria and not the #of stars alongside a players name.
Don't try to be just like me. No need for stretch goals.
You're really bringing up the Dillman quote? I already illustrated on the first page why Dillman's quote offers no empirical evidence about the validity of star ratings.
Again, critically thinking can be a very helpful exercise.
The door is open when you're ready to discuss some of the data already presented in this thread, or any factual evidence for that matter instead of regurgitating uninformed, unoriginal platitudes about star ratings. Or, taking coaches' comments out of context so you don't have to research or think for yourself on the topic.
Just consider this tough love. I have a soft spot for fellow Gators.
Your ability to detect sarcasm is about as keen as your ability to follow logic. You are further proof that any monkey can type on a keyboard.
But really, it's good to see that you've progressed past the typewriter era.
Please keep your love life to yourself. Don't tell us about your soft spots, either. That's something you should discuss with your healthcare professional.
You still make as much sense on the recruiting service idea as you did typing on the typewriter.