Everybody wants to be a 5 and if he's not a 5, he wants to be a 4. But you have to stop somewhere. You can't give it out like candy. ... All these kids are very good high school players. What you have to figure out is how much upside they have, where they fit in the grand scheme of things three, four years down the road.
I think we're not going to see them close like they always do with the half a dozen big-time kids in the last 48-72 hours leading up to signing day. But they've got a great opportunity to get a C.J. Spiller at the end and a few others. I think they'll do well and finish somewhere in the top 15, I would suspect.
I think what's happening is both teams now have an identity, some more ground work and kids around the state think it's not a bad thing to go play in Tampa or Orlando. It's a good thing. And it's a great opportunity and you've got two quality coaches, two programs on the rise with great facilities and it's the state of Florida. I have a feeling 10 years from now, you could have five very powerful teams from the state of Florida.