Reading the OWH interview with Bo where he mentioned that a couple of kids have committed but hadn't announced yet got me thinking.
Are there any restrictions on schools' ability to plan with kids to announce their commitments on certain dates?
How great would it be if a bunch of kids decided that they were going to commit to Nebraska, but then all banded together and announced the same day? The news story of having five or six new Huskers all at once would burn up the message boards and get a lot of attention from fans and fellow recruits, I'd imagine.
Then, think about if the University could actually coordinate the announcement at a place on campus somehow (I'm guessing this runs afoul of the rules). But, if there would be a way to get five or six kids who we knew were going to commit to come for an official visit and all announce at the same time on campus, that'd be a sweet deal, too.
Basically, if we can have a bunch of kids all announce at the same time (or even the same place) we could turn the commitment into a big recruiting tool in and of itself.