He was saying that when he heard a high school senior recruit say that his play in 7 on 7 contests or at "combine" camps was much more important to him than playing on his high school team, he knew "we were in big trouble". Lots of comments--you don't have a scholarship until the head coach tells you and your parents you have a scholarship. Said the coaches association was against offering into the future like offering kids in the class of 2015 and 2016 now, but the NCAA refused to tell schools that they couldn't do that. Parents of kids that have never started a high school game are distraught that the bigger programs aren't calling.