Until this year, every class we've signed over about 20 years has been mostly four star prospects. "Lower rated kids" will no doubt be part of the mix, but when they become the majority of your class, it means your program is on the skids. No we don't sub-contract our evaluations to the recruiting services, but by December or so, they're pretty much in line with each other. My concern is that we have taken two WRs and neither are obviously elite talent. It's a small concern, but we need to get some momentum going with higher visibility prospects. There are three or four five star prospects that are hard leans to UF. How well we do down the line might be determined by how many of them commit early and choose to stick. Regarding the WR position, we are obviously depending on Campbell since every other top in-state WR is leaning to another school and doesn't even list UF as a possibility. I think we need to hold off on any more WRs. We just signed an entire class of three or low four star prospects. They might turn out great, but we need to make some noise.