I understand that GP has a certain way of evaluating talent. He likes to see a large body of work and watch guys in person. I get it and it’s not been unsuccessful. Hard to argue with his track record. Having said that, while the need to properly evaluate talent shouldn’t change, the way we get in front of top recruits and build relationships needs to evolve. For an old school guy like GP showing top recruits “love” and playing the “party event/twitter likes” game must feel like going to the dentist but that how today’s game works.