Hall of Fame
Sometimes, people read what they want to read. This is one of those times.Except that we are not discussing just the top 10.
Top 100 is much older all across the board. 2-3 players do not a trend make, out of 100.
1) There is no mention of top 10 in the post you're quoting. It mentions "looking at the current top 100" and your age-cut-off-point "over 28 in the top 100".
2) The reason I bring up the 25-27 age group, is that they should be next in line to enter your category "over 28 in the top 100". Of course, there might be myriads of 25-27 yr old players outside of the top 100 that will enter the top 100 in the years to come, but the likelihood is rather slim I would presume (and ye's that's an assumption too). If we look at this group, most of them are lower ranked, which again based on previous career development, is a good sign the "over 28 in the top 100" indicator will drop rather than increase in the years to come.