QB is a unique position on the football field. He touches the ball on every play, and is usually in for 100% of the offensive plays. The backup rarely sees the field unless there's an injury or a blowout. It's not like running back or WR, where you can be one of three recruits in a class and still have a reasonable expectation for playing time. If you're one of two QB's in a class, chances are you will be fighting it out with that other guy for playing time. The loser may never play a down of football for the rest of his life. I'm guessing the highly recruited QB's typically commit pretty early in the process. Like by the end of June. Is that accurate? Is there reason to be concerned about a recruit changing his mind and leaving you holding the bag if you've stopped recruiting other quarterbacks?