Some college football recruits choose to commit to a program and then spend their senior season focusing on training and academics. There is nothing wrong with this approach, and it is the common route committed prospects take with their recruitment.
However, other committed recruits choose to make sure they will be part of a great recruiting class. These enthusiastic recruits take it upon themselves to help their programs attract other talented prospects by operating as unofficial recruiters.
They call, text, tweet and email other prospects and paint a promising picture of the program.
Michigan has a pair of commitments who are recruiting well for Big Blue, and one Wolverine commit may be the primary recruiter for defensive end Da'Shawn Hand. Auburn has several Tiger commitments working the trail and Virginia's crown jewel is making sure he will not be alone.