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In regards to the football offers, etc.
Coaches have offered an allotment of guys so far, some who can commit right now, and others who will be asked to hold off until the guys who the coaches really like have already made where they want to go public. Then, there's kids who haven't been offered yet, and you can tell where they're on the board. They're on the mid/lower half of the board, these are kids the coaches aren't really high on at this time, but they want to see more of, possibly at camps, etc.
Coaches are going to go after guys that they want, who they're high on. It's really easy to tell who the coaches are high on at this point in time. Most of us follow recruiting pretty soundly, and we know a little bit about going on, but there's a ton of stuff going on behind the scenes as well.
This thread isn't to be made into a pissing match, but it's to further explain how things happen.
IMO, as of right now....
Plan A guys- Have an offer, are takes right now by the coaches standards
Plan B guys- Hold offers, cannot commit right now though, until the plan A guy above them has decided
Plan C guys- Don't have offers, will need to show the coaches more, possibly at UF's camp.
Coaches are taking guys early that they really like. That's a huge indicator IMO.
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A week ago Wednesday Muschamp held a 3-hour gathering for the media in which we got to take an inside look at the football program. I asked some specific recruiting questions -- we were not allowed to record or take notes -- and one of them was about the number of offers that go out. Typically, he says it works on something close to a 4-1 ratio. That means if you need one left tackle, you make four offers; two wide receivers you make eight offers, etc.
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