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Originally Posted by Soonerfan14 So I jut did my first offseason Originally Posted by hazey Did they sign with anyone or not sign at all? Last year EA patched an issue where the computer was not giving a good majority of 4 and 5 star guys scholarships which made it easy to jump in and get them. I hope they do the same this year. Last edited by Soonerfan14; at Originally Posted by Strategizer This is a fair point.
I re-started a Mizzou dynasty last night and got a few weeks in. I used the following house rules, which I felt were sensible and realistic: After a few weeks of this, I'm already seeing a huge difference in terms of getting into battles or going after guys I can tell I won't have a chance with. It isn't the ideal scenario, but it works for me. Topic Archived Page 1 of 2 Last. Sign Up for free or Log In if you already have an account to be able to post messages, change how messages are displayed, and view media in posts.
I put my pants on just like the rest of you, one leg at a time. Except, once my pants are on, I write brilliant posts. It sounds like the way recruiting works now is almost the same as it was before, but now the bonus points have been brought out as a 'true' metric. I remember that having dudes on your board before, that you didn't talk to for weeks, would still gain interest.
What you are describing is the same as how I have recruited in the past. Taking the top guys you want badly is always the start of recruiting, and taking a bunch of very interested guys for the bottom of the list is how you round it out.
When should you offer scholarships? They don't accept when you offer like previous versions. JP I Like Cheese. You have to have insta-commit unlocked, which is the highest level. From what I've heard, only Nick Saban among all the college coaches has it unlocked from the get go. I haven't really seen where offering to early to guys you want is a bad thing. I would offer it to the guys you know you want right away if you have the points. I would definitely hold off on offering to guys you're not sure of if you're up.
For guys you're in a battle with and are not sure if you want, I'd offer if you have extra scholarships and wouldn't be too upset if they signed. The only exception, while I agree with most of what you said, is that those guys you don't spend any time at all in will get to the point where they are ready to sign without you spending a point on them. All due to the bonus points. I had eight to ten guys that I signed, and all I did was spend points on scouting and the scholarship.
There were probably 10 more guys I could have signed this way that I didn't because I removed them from the board after scouting them. Also, probably the three most important points you'll spend for the Coach Skills if you have a new coach is maxing out your scouting.
Going from 25 percent to percent is a big time and point saver. If you don't, you're going to spend points and at least four weeks scouting, and you're likely to find you don't want them.
That wastes not only the points to scout, but the points you might have into them to gain interest. I should probably mention I'm using a three star dynasty with a mid level coach.
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