Should recruits test extent of their power?

July, 10, 2012
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ESPN's Tim Keown, in the wake of No. 1 prospect and Clemson commit Robert Nkemdiche reportedly pushing for the Tigers to recruit a friend of his: You can't create a system that exalts the athlete at an ever younger age and then clutch the rosary beads when the athlete in question decides to see how elastic your exaltation really is. Read more here.

ESPN.com RecruitingNation's Mitch Sherman: Prospects who participated in last weekend's The Opening know that being recruited is the one time they have leverage. So is it wrong to try to get as much as they can now? Depends on who you ask. Read more here.

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