We have very few scholly's available and have multiple needs at both safety and Linebacker. (even excluding our need at TE, WR, and OL) My sense is that the greatest need right now is at Linebacker and improving speed and playmaking ability. I think the greatest priority should be to secure Rippy, Jacobs, and even a third top signee. The coaches seem to be more sanguine at our roster at LB, than I am. While LB seems like the greatest need to me, I am not sold that we have what we need at Safety. Washington, Clarke, Smith, and Polk haven't been great. (I don't think Clarke has taken the field yet, and I still have hope that Washington will develop). Harlos is fast, but also unproven (and reading between the lines, still raw) I'm questioning whether Hall, Mosley are going to be sufficient. (both might end up as great players, but they both seem like long-term bets) If not, then perhaps the current scholarships would be better allocated on more certain prospects. We can always use more speed and playmakers on special teams, which has been pretty poor in recent years, but still I'm not sure about the recruiting strategy. Putting all this together, my conclusion (I know, finally right?) is that we would be better off to sign from the pool of Solomon, Ryan Lewis, Moeakiola (and Coprich perhaps) than Hall and Mosley--not that I'm a fan of pulling offers. Nevertheless, the other benefit of signing Wright and Crawley before Feb, is that we have a chance to lure other top prospects during this next week who aren't listed above. Do you think that the coaches are being appropriately strategic with the selection of Hall, when so many other great players are still on our boards?