More often than not, mediocre coaches get credit for the success of programs and recruits they inherited rather than their own efforts or merits.
Almost any head coach can be successful when inheriting a team full of four- and five-star recruits and a healthy foundation under the program.
Unfortunately, not all coaches are awarded their position under such circumstances, and not all programs have the ability to lure in four- or five-star recruits.
Those situations prove that a college football head coach needs to be a professional who can train and develop football talent in players.
In order to rebuild a program, a coach has to do more with less. That means taking average recruits and developing them into the best they can be.
There are several coaches in college football these days that have been doing just that.