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Player: Colson Yankoff
Hometown: Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
School: Coeur d'Alene
Position: Quarterback
Height: 6-3
Weight: 200
40 time: 4.74
Offers: Boise State, Duke, Idaho, Iowa State, Nebraska, Oregon, Texas Tech, Utah, Washington State
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247 Composite: #155 Overall; #6 DTQB; .9317;  :star:star:star:star

Rivals: #138 Overall; #7 DTQB; :star:star:star:star
247: #85 Overall; #4 DTQB; :star:star:star:star
Scout: #150 Overall; #15 QB; :star:star:star:star
ESPN: #295 Overall; #16 QB-PP; :star:star:star

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I just want to know how you can get highly ranked on one site as a DT QB and highly ranked on another as a pocket passer.

It's quite possible that no one on those sites actually knows what they are doing.

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Couer d'Alene (Idaho) quarterback Colson Yankoff was previously ranked as the No. 194 overall player in the nation. In today's update, 247Sports has bumped his ranking significantly up to No. 101.

 

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Through 5 games this season, Yankoff has thrown for 1,649 yards and 16 TD's against 5 interceptions. He's also rushed for 460 yards and 10 more TD's.

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I'm not seeing it. Plays against questionable competition and has average arm strength. If we have the luxury of choosing between the two 2018 kids offered yesterday, I'll take Mayden.

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I'm not seeing it. Plays against questionable competition and has average arm strength. If we have the luxury of choosing between the two 2018 kids offered yesterday, I'll take Mayden.

I mean the services rate him as a four star, so I would think he is pretty good. What if some kid in Nebraska put up these numbers, would it not be as good because they are going against questionable competition? I know you're not trying to hate, but I'll take what the experts say and what the coaches say on this kid. I don't believe we will land him, but I don't think its fair to judge this kid based on the competition he plays, he is really talented.

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I'm not seeing it. Plays against questionable competition and has average arm strength. If we have the luxury of choosing between the two 2018 kids offered yesterday, I'll take Mayden.

The school he plays for is a powerhouse in the state of Idaho and they play a few out of state powerhouses every year. Their schedule consists more of Washington schools then Idaho schools. Just this year, they played both Folsom (CA) and Camas (WA) who are both powerhouses in their states. He is going against pretty decent competition.

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I'm not seeing it. Plays against questionable competition and has average arm strength. If we have the luxury of choosing between the two 2018 kids offered yesterday, I'll take Mayden.

I mean the services rate him as a four star, so I would think he is pretty good. What if some kid in Nebraska put up these numbers, would it not be as good because they are going against questionable competition? I know you're not trying to hate, but I'll take what the experts say and what the coaches say on this kid. I don't believe we will land him, but I don't think its fair to judge this kid based on the competition he plays, he is really talented.

 

It's not fair, but it's generally how it goes. A 4* in a place like Idaho or Nebraska generally isn't as well regarded as a 4* in Florida/Texas/California, simply based on the level of competition.

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I'm not seeing it. Plays against questionable competition and has average arm strength. If we have the luxury of choosing between the two 2018 kids offered yesterday, I'll take Mayden.

The school he plays for is a powerhouse in the state of Idaho and they play a few out of state powerhouses every year. Their schedule consists more of Washington schools then Idaho schools. Just this year, they played both Folsom (CA) and Camas (WA) who are both powerhouses in their states. He is going against pretty decent competition.

 

"Powerhouse" in Idaho =/= Powerhouse in more talent rich states. Week in and week out, I would venture a guess that they aren't seeing as much good competition as the average team in more traditional football-rich areas.

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I'm not seeing it. Plays against questionable competition and has average arm strength. If we have the luxury of choosing between the two 2018 kids offered yesterday, I'll take Mayden.

The school he plays for is a powerhouse in the state of Idaho and they play a few out of state powerhouses every year. Their schedule consists more of Washington schools then Idaho schools. Just this year, they played both Folsom (CA) and Camas (WA) who are both powerhouses in their states. He is going against pretty decent competition.

 

"Powerhouse" in Idaho =/= Powerhouse in more talent rich states. Week in and week out, I would venture a guess that they aren't seeing as much good competition as the average team in more traditional football-rich areas.

 

Agree with all of this, but it doesn't mean the guy isn't uber-talented. (I haven't watched the film, FYI)

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