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Jeremiah Pattillo

"For comparison's sake, Jonathan Martin, David DeCastro, and Chase Beeler, arguably the three best linemen to play for the Cardinal in the past decade, all came to Stanford as three-star recruits. All three of those men developed into NFL first-round draft picks,.."

Martin and DeCastro will be first-round picks, but Beeler was not drafted at all and I believe is currently on the 49ers practice squad. Still, your point is valid. Gerhart was another three star recruit. Even Luck was not a five star recruit. In fact, I cannot remember a unanimous five star recruit. Stanford is amazing with what is does with less 'stellar' recruits.

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