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With Littrell Staying, North Texas Looks to Keep Historic Class

Coach Andy Mac

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Here’s some perspective.

In the last fifteen years North Texas’ classes have finished outside the top 100 just five times, three of those seasons the Mean Green finished in the 90s. In 2004 they finished 85th, and in 2008, Todd Dodge’s second season, they rose up to 57th. That 2008 class boasted a healthy seventeen three-star recruits and ranked first in the Sun Belt. If you know anything about Dodge’s tenure in Denton you know things didn’t exactly work out. At all.

This year’s class currently contains a program record nineteen three-star rated prospects and a composite average ranking per athlete of .8226. Currently, the Mean Green class ranks higher than North Carolina, UCLA, Boise, Illinois, Cincy, Houston, South Florida, Utah, and Kansas State’s 2019 classes.


read more:  https://swcroundup.com/news/2018/12/11/with-littrell-staying-north-texas-looks-to-keep-historic-class

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