CFCs 2016 CIS Team TOP 27 (FINAL) – Class Recruiting Rankings

For explanation of #CFC27 ranking, please watch this video from the 3.39 mark until 5.59 mark.

Teams are ranked by two different categories: TOTAL POINTS and AVERAGE PER PLAYER

TOTAL RANKINGS:

RANK TEAM COMMITS CFC 100 TOTAL
1 Waterloo 62 0 834
2 McGill 51 3 775
3 Western 27 8 750
4 Guelph 39 3 740
5 Calgary 40 4 670

AVERAGE PER PLAYER:

RANK TEAM COMMITS CFC 100 TOTAL avg / player
1 Carleton 23 8 640 27.83
2 Western 27 8 750 27.78
3 Laval 24 4 645 26.88
4 UBC 26 7 660 25.38
5 Manitoba 24 4 595 24.20

 

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CFC employs a point system based on the recruits declared in the recruiting class on CFC

  • Schools declare recruits at different times of year (i.e. Quebec schools recruit most in January, higher academic school entries are later, etc) so make sure you equate the amount of recruits with the point system
  • Schools must have 5 players on their commit list in order to be ranked
  • Players are rated based on (a) CFC100 ranking (b) 4-star ranking (c) 3-star ranking (d) all other players get a NR

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