We all want as much talent as possible, but let's look at reality. Even if we signed all blue chips; all CFB teams have about 85 scholarship athletes. 44 make up the two deep. Throw in about 6 more for special teams, holders, kickers, etc. you come up with 50. So at any one time there are 35 or more that never get playing time. Whether these guys are 1* or 5* scout team members means little. If we sign 10 eventual starters, that is a good to great class. That would still give us 50 starters over 5 years which is way above the needed 22. I really only want 4- 5 playmakers and 4-5 contributors out of each class. The rest is just gravy. Just my opinion and it helps keep me grounded during the recruiting chaos every year.