I'm not trying to pick a fight, because I think we're on the same side of this argument -- we need to be reaching out to these kids. But... this college recruiting comparison seems to be gaining momentum and it's a total red herring. Big-time college sports recruiting is basically bribery. You all know this. Earnie Stewart should absolutely communicate with and have a plan for each and every YNT kid, dual national or not, but especially the dual nationals. Totally agree. Should USSF have someone running around inviting them to ragers with all the booze and girls they could want, hiring their parents for no-show jobs, buying them cars, promising them the world, to get them to commit? NFW. That is prime FIFA scandal shit right there. We integrate them into the YNT set up. Check, we're already doing OK-to-good at that. We keep in contact with them, let them know they're valued. No check, dropping the ball on that one. Need to step it up. We, like, hire Uly Llanez Sr. as a "scout" and pay him six figures to do nothing just so he tells his son not to switch? C'mon. But when we say we want college-style recruiting, that's what we're talking about. The best college recruiters aren't just abnormally persuasive people. They're crooked as hell. Let's not go down that road.