I coach high school football so I probably have a slightly different view than some but the way recruiting is done now is questionable to me. It seems that coaches at UF and many other places don't actually consider if a kid can actually play when the pads are on. They see a kid in shorts and a T shirt with good measurables and good 40 and boom we need that kid. Never mind playing against far less competion the kid did not stand out on Friday nights. Not to single this kid out, but look at the latest offer. Chris Westry, watch his film. Never mind his height, weight 40 time and all that. You watch his film and tell me that kid makes you say wow. Not saying the kid isn't good but, I didn't see anything other than routine plays. I just think sometimes coaches get caught up on what is flashy or looks good rather than actual production.