First thing you need to know about the process is that there is no process. We're flying by the seat of our pants here. :lol: In general, though, there are several categories that a prospect may fall into that would cause us to start a profile: 1. One of the recruiting services or news organizations that covers recruiting may reveal that CU is in contact with a prospect or has offered a scholarship. We look at Rivals, Scout and ESPN along with some other sites like Cali High Sports, Scouting Ohio and others. Sometimes we'll catch something in a newspaper, on a message board, in a blog, or in twitter. 2. We may come across a guy who peaks our interest. Maybe he has a connection to the program as a Buff legacy, maybe he was being recruited by a CU coach when that coach was on another staff, maybe he played on the same high school team as a Buff player or commit, maybe he is at a need position and we want to get word out to take a look, or maybe he just has a cool name like "Stoudt" or "Stoner". 3. We try to do a pretty thorough job of covering the in-state prospects. Often, you'll see a CO prospect in our database even though he's not likely to be recruited by CU as a scholarship player. There is a lot of interest from members regarding the in-state prospects and some of them do end up at CU as walk ons. So, now everyone knows our rigorous criteria and process for profiles in the AllBuffs recruiting forums. :wink2: If you see someone who meets these criteria, please send me (and/or Boulder Buff and/or Alferd Jasper) a Private Message and we'll get a profile up.