thebusiness19In this day and age, when are you not going to find someone not promoted on ns/slvsh/social media...its not like skiers just appear out of nowhere (although Oliver Karlberg is an interest exception because he is a nasty skier that was truly under the radar but I feel that is pretty rare to be that unknown at the time and that good)
Meeks is in the Hoodcrew but I would hardly say that that means he can't film for another crew, both Emil/Hugo seemingly don't have crews they are filming with on a season basis
Most skiers are going to be a part of some crew or another, like both Ferdinand Dahl and Knut Fineid are in JediCrew but I think both of them would easily qualify as dope Superunkown candidates
Yes, good skiers get their small glimpse of spotlight every now and then, like when they drop a good edit that no-one remembers a month later. But there's a difference when you're on the front page constantly: Hugo and Emil both have been some of the most hyped/promoted skiers on newschoolers and slvsh (which are important community sites) since they played their first game 1-2 years (?) ago. I think it eats away from the term "unknown" when people who are already known enter and take the cake. However, I do think they deserve a crew to film with. Winning superunknown is not the only way anyways (just look how many non-SU winners are filming with Level 1).
I personally think every SU winner since Sig Tveit (with the exception of Oliver, maybe Mitchell) have been too known in the community to deserve the title (don't get me wrong, they are all killing it). Trust me, there are skiers who kill it harder than most and don't have a following like the people on your list: Not many know their names until they enter, and that should be the whole point of superunkown in my view.