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We have made a couple of minor adjustments with regards to Vanderbilts commitments and their rating:
Jonathan Ford - We made a slight bump up from an 87 to an 88 after his several impressive camp performances. That puts him at the No. 13 rated player in Alabama.
Landon Stokes - After seeing his frame in person, Stokes made a slight move up from an 87 to an 88 as well and he's now the No.18 Weakside DE in the country.
Gerald Perry - He's been really good on the 7on7 circuit this spring and summer and he makes a little move up from 81 to an 82 (he's still ultimately an undersized receiver). He's now rated as the No. 25 player in Tennessee.
Sean Spencer - We moved Spencer down from an 86 to an 83. As an interior defensive lineman that doesn't really have elite size, Spencer didn't really show the plus athleticism that we were hoping for at camp. He's an effort high-character guy who should be a guy that maximizes his talent but it's hard to see him being a real impact SEC kid.
Barton Simmons | 247Sports | National Recruiting Analyst | Twitter: @bartonsimmons
Perry definitely needed the slight bump. For the longest, Tennessee commitment Josh Smith was ranked higher than him. I've seen both in person, and Perry is a better prospect in my opinion.
So 'size' goes into rankings?
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