In terms of costing us, I meant it from the standpoint of literally taking a scholarship. It feels like we have good traction among skilled '18s that are a good fit, whereas at this point, it's unclear whether we will get similar traction with similarly talented athletes in the '19 class.
That said, I do take the point that he's a known quantity and will help more in the short term. He also comes with risk around learning a new system and fitting a role that are likely easier with a freshman. Either way, I trust the staff to make the right call.