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Please correct me if I am wrong, but from what I know, with 8 guys coming in early, that means we can take a total of 33 guys (25 recruits max/year). With all these highly rated recruits coming this weekend, now crawford and this jawand blue lb getting an offer, how do we expect to land all these guys with only two spots left open??? Is there some prep school guys?? Do JUCO players not count?? If we were to land 3-4 recruits this weekend, do pull some schollies of lesser talented players?? please fill me in. thanks.
If Northup dips we have Blue to fall back on!
I'm waiting on news of cuts. Would not be surprised if we lose a couple that way. Keep in mind, there could be players that don't end up qualifying. Get as many good players on campus and then figure out who belongs and who doesn't. What you don't do is say "Can't sign you because we are filled up." Take the best and lose the rest.
I agree, I just didn't think AG was operating that way. I figured he would honor the scholarship spot to whoever committed first, "the ones who are eager to be Canes."
id rather be worried about them wanting to come here first
It's weird, I think you can exceed the 25 per class mark on signing day with the understanding that some dudes wont qualify in the summer. This way when a few drop off you still have a full class. I would have to believe that at some point schools do have to hit that 25 person mark. When, I have no idea. I know the SEC has put brakes on over signing but that's just them.
AJL is the only one that I've heard has grade problems (which he's on his way to fix). Is there anybody else?
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I feel like I say this in every thread. The conferences (ie the SEC) no longer regulate the number of new recruits each year. Starting last year the NCAA implemented a new bylaw stating a maximum of 28 players can sign LOI but only a maximum of 25 new scholarship players can be on the team each year.
I think things will work themselves out, most colleges deal with this year in and year out. Natural attrition amoung the current Roster is expected, every year kids get hurt needs a medical hardship scholarship, kids transfer out or get kicked off the team due to "conduct detrimental to the team" and other issues. Grey Shirts are a possibilities for a couple of these kids to. When you factor all that in I do not think Golden will truly have to "cut" players.
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