With our current, and relatively unprecedented trend of decommits, might there actually be a coordinated effort to minimize our recruiting success? Nothing has obviously changed within the program...our off-season has been quiet from a discipline standpoint, the depth charts have not suffered any great alterations, yet young men who were recently recruiting other players to play with them at Florida, are now seeking other opportunities. Is there something we don't know? I understand there may have been some aspect of mutual agreement to part ways, but with this many making the choice and then deciding it was premature, it seems there is another dynamic taking place. In my line of work, when something falls off the tracks after a decision has been heavily weighed and finally made, money is invariably the prime mover...on the few occasions it wasn't there were critical health issues or tragic circumstances which arose necessitating those changes. Outside of that, a commitment carries a momentum of its own and the difficulty in breaking it increases the longer it continues. Follow the money, and the truth has a funny way of becoming clear. This is not to say that these young men were guided to follow someone paying them to play elsewhere, but if it became apparent that this was the case, it would not surprise me at all. With that said, is it clear to anyone why our commitment list is dwindling as opposed to growing? I could better understand a "wait and see" attitude with our new offense and the obvious delay in accepting a spot on our recruitment list, but to commit and then help recruit and then de-commit bespeaks another, possibly planned exercise.