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Many of you posters are reading posts too literally. It is not like we are not recruiting other guys while there appears to be specific, current activity with one. For example, just because the recruitment of Sanders was in the spotlight does not mean that the staff had backed off the recruitment of Yannick or even some of the newer names. Phrases like "step up the efforts" are probably misleading and provide opportunities for some of you to jump to negative reactions about our coaches. Recruiting is "fluid" as they say, meaning that Sanders was not as much on the radar until his recruitment took some twists; we were probably the catalyst for aTm and OSU firming up their offers to him since both of those programs appeared to be slow-playing him with higher rated prospects on their boards. I doubt that our coaches are sitting around doing nothing until they need to, as many of you insinuate. They are contacting recruits, gauging interest, seeing what other programs and recruits do (decommits and commits), etc. and then adjust their next steps. of course, now we are in the "quiet period" so we cannot reach out to any unless they contact us first (I believe).
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