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05/14/2011

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Mike G

The ability to land a few big name recruits is very confidence building in the David Shaw regime. Getting the vote of confidence from the current players was nice, but having some top high school players put their football (and other) future into the hands of the Stanford program shows that Shaw can build on Harbaugh's momentum. Now let's hope he can match Harbaugh's on the field performance.

Johnny Ruhlen

For the record, Scout.com had both Luck and Skov listed as 5 star recruits (though Rivals did not).

Hank

Also for the record, Shittu has since backed off of his commitment and will visit other schools. I've heard, though, that Stanford is still the leader.

Robber Baron

Based on a video I saw on Scout, I would say that Cal is the new leader. He spoke of them first, and talked about how they had recruited him the hardest and how he enjoyed his time there. When he spoke of Stanford, he without much emotion said, "Stanford's still in it." Cal's clearly the leader.

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