I've said plenty of times how little I believe in recruiting rankings. The most-hyped players have a hard time meeting expectations (see Antonio Logan-El for a recent example), while the lesser-known players often excel (see E.J. Henderson for another example). In the wake of former Robinson All-Met Olu Hall apparently ready to part ways with Virginia, Man About Roanoke Doug Doughty looks at some recent examples of how the top players in Virginia have fared in college.
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