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Date Posted: 11:32:48 03/17/17 Fri
If you look at the ratings given to players on that site, you will see, first, that Dartmouth's recruit ratings on paper seem largely comparable (mostly 2 stars) to those of other schools (such as Yale (Mason, Oni) and Princeton (Weisz, Cook, Stephens); maybe not quite as much for Harvard, and second, that their recruit star ratings have been relatively constant for several years.
Yet the disparity of results on the court has been severe. Clearly there's a lot more to go by than just counting the number of stars, at least when you are looking at "2 star" recruits.
HYPP keep pushing the performance ceiling, and Columbia and Cornell don't seem far behind. Even if Dartmouth is "better" than last year, if everyone else is "more better," it's losing ground.
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