Hi, I apologize in advance for this post because I’m sure this has been discussed and debated. I did search the board for some tips on recruiting and while I found a few that are helpful and generally agreed upon, there are a few where the consensus is split. I was wondering if, in your experience, you would care to comment one or more of the points below: “Don't Fill Your Board At The Beginning Of The Year As Some Folks Suggest” – I have seen advice stating that you should fill your board to the 35 maximum recruits, however, you should select 10-14 and spend the majority of you time with them. I have seen advice where you should and should not fill the board; the proponents of doing so say you still earn points even if you do not speak with them. The other opinion seems to be that you hurt your recruiting opportunity with a target by keeping other players of the same position on the board. Thoughts?? “Don't Offer Scholarships Early” – I have seen both sets of advice. I am in an offline dynasty playing WKU Hilltoppers (recruiting on AA) and it seems to me the only way to get any traction is to offer a scholarship early. When playing a 1*- 3* star team, why what is the benefit to waiting to offer a scholarship? And this advice also: “After You See Your Moving Up On The Board Offer Him A Scholarship, If No One Else Has Offered Him... Keep Talking To Him Without The Scholarship, If Your Number One On His List Wait Until After The Visit” – I would think I would want to get as many points as possible, especially if I am recruiting a 3* w/ WKU and no one else is interested. If a team higher rated shows interest 3-6 weeks later, don’t I want the biggest lead possible (and will the CPU NOT recruit a player if they are 200 or more points behind?) If You Have A Better Pitch Than Some One Ahead Of You, Recruit Against Them – While I generally agree with this, wouldn’t it make more sense if the recruit interest is “Low” or “Least” to try and sway first, then compare if you can get the interest level up?