True. Maybe we can get a younger coach that does both above average that has higher-ceiling potential. Or maybe a more experienced coach who develops players very well but is an average recruiter. I guess I am deviating from the question though. If I had to pick between the attribute of outstanding developer or outstanding recruiter, I would choose the outstanding developer 10 times out of 10. Outstanding development gives you a chance to be consistently good. An outstanding recruiter (not at a blue blood) will probably get you an occasional really good season, there will be frequent dips between seasons. Good topic, SSO.