I think this is a lot of it. It's probably hard to sell a top 100 kid on being the 12th man on a program that regularly starts 4 freshman every year. And harder to manage him when he is not getting minutes.Yeah. It’s a smart move if you have a lot of talent already. It’s impossible to coach and play with a rhythm with a team of 12 guys who all think they should be playing. It’s good to have a couple guys who work hard, are good teammates, but just happy to be there.