Was reading through the rules and I wanted to clarify a few things to make sure that I do not make any mistakes. "ScholarshipsThe amount of scholarships that can be offered at any given time will be dictated by the following formula: A = number of seniors on your team that will graduate B = number of underclassmen that qualify for pro draft with aforementioned rules. So underclassmen that are 90+ and have won an award. C = 70 - number of players on your roster D = 1 additional scholarship A + B + C + D = total number of available scholarships. Example: 18 graduating seniors + 1 junior leaving early + 0 extra roster space + 1 scholarship = 20 available scholarships. Note: Committed players count against your scholarship limit." In regards to the scholarships, say I have projected 20 opennings, I should not use the method of large net and offer all 35 on my list because we cannot pull offers? There is also no SEC method of 1 year scholarships and process players? " TE cannot be moved to WR with audible" I will sometimes run a double tight set and run the ball from that formation and if the team walks a saftey in the box, I will change to a play that is a 3 WR set and my TE will flex out. I don't think in college it is uncommon for a TE to play a slot or x or z spot. You saw it at ND with Eifert and Stanford did it a bunch with Ertz where they would play on the outside. You also had Iowa do it with Dallas Clark some years ago. So with this rule, I should make sure that I have an audible to switch to a pass in a double tight set? "Hurry-Up Offense Must be used from the first play of a drive until the drive ends. Can not be continued after an incomplete pass or a play that netted negative yardage. Once the drive continues, the no-huddle must be resumed" I just started to get into the "hurry up" offense. What I did last night with success was run a hurry up offense between the 20s and then when I get into the redzone maybe switch to a package that would utilize the shortness of the field. For example, I was 1st and 10 from their 35, I run a screen pass to my rb and we get down to the 9. At that point I wanted to change my personal grouping from a 3WR, 1RB, 1 TE set to a 2TE, 2WR and 1 RB set to get a little more size and length on the short field. Is that something that will not be allowed? " All teams may sign up to 2 players" I have a few 5 stars with either top or top 3 interest in FSU. This goes back to my original concern over scholarship spots. Obviously I would like to cast a wide net to see who I can bring in but lets say I get 2 5 stars commit and I have an offer out there for another, is there a way for me to pull the offer so I am not breaking this rule? Thanks in advance and sorry if these are "newb" like questions because in reality I am new to this on-line type stuff and I do not want to make a mistake.