What do all of these High School prima donnas do now that they are out of the spotlight? I have been following recruiting for 20 years and still don't get the fuss that people (and especially the media) make over 17 year old kids. There were more than a dozen highly rated recruits that waited until today to "announce" their school choice, and most pulled the lame "hey look, I have several hats on a table and I will toy with everyone by picking up the schools I reject first..." My oldest son was recruited for track and picked his dream school (MIT) as soon as he got his acceptance. He personally called all of the other coaches and told him of his decision. There were no games (but then again, it was track and not Football) Now all of these kids, without exception, are out of the spotlight and will become little fish in a big pond. I have the most respect for the kids who pick the school they want when they are ready without all the hoopla, don't take any other visits and just are happy they are getting a free education. They send in their LOI at 9:00 a.m. and show up to school ready to compete. I have never lost a second of sleep because a 17 year old kid picked Bama over UF. Sorry, rant over.