* First off, if you haven't seen the post that Snow made for our roster (and rep him for it), check it out. I'm going to operate on the assumption that Chen is on scholarship (taking Burks' slot). I haven't seen confirmation either way yet, but it makes the math easier on my part if we assume that. With that, we have four scholarships opening up after this season (for 2012 Recruits) and one open for 2013 Recruits. * We have two commits right now for 2012 -- Josh Scott and Wesley Gordon. So we have three scholarship slots available over the next two seasons. So my question is, what does this board think we should do? Should we strike while the iron is hot and take four guys this year, or should we look to keep the classes balanced and only take three this year while banking one for 2013? The pros to going for 2012 guys is that right now we've got some momentum going on the recruiting trail and are in on some pretty damn good players (Caruso, Hawkins, Hairston, etc.). But if we bank one for 2013, we could land a whale potentially. We're in on some pretty incredible players like Chris Thomas, Isaac Hamilton and Jabari Bird. Not sure if they're realistic gets yet, but you don't want to close that window of possibility. How are you thinking? The sure thing of 2012 or the potential of 2013?