5 Star Recruit Issue Ok, so it seems I forgot to add this to the rules section and thus the confusion from everyone. I want to apologize to everyone about what was previously posted here. I'm sorry for the confusion caused. It was my fault for not putting this guideline in the rules. So, again, I'm sorry everyone. For anyone that's in violation of this rule, please comply with it before we advance the week. My intention, always, is to keep this league as close to competitive as possible for as long as possible without making it no longer fun for you. So, since there continues to be confusion on how this is supposed to work here's the new rule and a place for any questions regarding it: Limitation on number of Visits Based On Recruiting Limitations: You may only have as many visits or offers to recruits equal to the number of recruits of that star rating that are allowed by the prestige rating of your school Visits from recruits of a particular star rating count toward your total allowed visits for that star rating throughout the season The only time you are allowed to go over the limit is if one of the recruits that previously visited your school has since committed to a different school or you have removed your scholarship offer from the player later down the road - then, and only then, are you allowed to schedule a visit with another recruit (I will continue to keep a CLOSE eye on this so if people start trying to con the system by switching scholarships back and forth, there will be SEVERE punishments dealt out). Obviously, during off-season recruiting, you are allowed to reschedule any remaining recruits on your board that are still within your recruiting limit to in-home visits Example: USC is a 6 star prestige school and therefore can recruit up to four 5 star recruits at a time. USC has four 5 recruits on their board, has them all scheduled for visits, and has offered them all scholarships. USC is well within their right to do so. Later, during in-season recruiting, after one of the 5 star recruits has already visited USC, the recruit decides to go to Florida instead. USC then has the right to take the available scholarship and offer it to another 5 star recruit as well as schedule a visit with that recruit but couldn't have done so unless the recruit had committed to a different team or USC had lifted their scholarship offer from one of their previous recruits that had visited. Any questions?