Because he was mentioned by stats, not name(s) when I said this here-
"But I would like a more stout player, too. If we have a 6-2" - 6'4" lb weighing between 245 - 255 lbs., runs 40 around 4.6, has a 1.60-1.65 10yd split, a 4.15 - 4 short shuttle and 6.9 ish 3 cone, hopefully with great instincts... lets plug that guy in @ MLB and see what happens. If we don't have that guy, we need to fixate on finding and getting him in some way."
These are Urlacher/Lee type numbers.
Sean Lee fits too. He's listed as 6'2" and 245 lbs- the lower end of my scale (and one reason I chose it).
That bolded part is exactly the point, everyone sometimes get things right, and sometimes wrong. People, web sites, analysts, football teams. A poster mentioned a player would drop, and was shot down. He cited a resource that supported why he felt Connor would fall out of round 1 to round two. That was questioned as well. Both he and that resource turned out right.
To be fair, I even mentioned I wasn't trying to single anybody out in my post, but we all have hits, and we all have misses. It makes the forum go. And also proves nobody is an absolute authority. As an aside, from what I've heard, Charlie Campbell (the insider at Walter Football) is legit, and often gets great info. Of course, teams/agents etc. can also use guys like that to 'leak' certain information; some maybe not always on the up and up either. Walt on the otherhand... uhhh...
Why not have people explain why they feel a poster is incorrect. People just say "No way dude drops that far" and leaves it. Poster responds with a supporting web site also feels that way as well, and the pushback is his web site is not reliable either. No explanations why they would be wrong. Or questions asking further details and why the feel that way. Then they get it right, and the people that said had said they were wrong and relying on poor info scoot on by unscathed waiting for the next prey...
Do them. But I'd like discussion to why from more people. Can learn more than 'no way that ever happens, dude... and your site has a poor reputation', without examples to support it.