and it had me thinking why something like this couldnt be incorporated in to NCAA. Imagine recruiting where a commitment wasn't completely commited until the offseason. Like when you get commits, in season or off season, and while they are commited to your school other coaches could still call to try and flip their commitment. It would be difficult to do and they would have had to be a close 2nd or 3rd but they could keep trying to flip the recruit. In the Off season you could have a task where it would play a little minute and a half to two minute video of your LOIs coming in and sometimes youll have a guy back off and commit elsewhere or get a suprise and flip a guy that was originally somewhere else. It would suck losing a guy, so I think there should be some warning put in place if you are in danger of losing a guy so you can have a back up plan, but it would be somewhat rare for a guy to flip so most people would end up wasting time if they went after too many commits.