I have to agree with Don. Until someone tells me different, I've seen it from the ground up, personally. It's going to take a "grass roots", is that the right word, effort to make any significant changes. It's going to take more than just white kids going out for RB. You don't think white kids still go out for RB. Of course they do, but it's going to take work and a determination to beat the competition. I never saw it when going through the process with most white kids. Too busy at home with their video games! Most didn't have it. White parents aren't helping matters either, becoming rich, fat, and lazy and showing little or no interest in their children. Yes, some white kids that are fortunate enough to get to the college level are going to have to say no, however, CM didn't have to say no. He was afforded the luxury of having an NFL dad and connections to Stanford. 99.9% of white kids don't have that opportunity! You don't think the likes of Sam McGuffie as well as others, Ryan Nall, ZZ, said no? McGuffie had as good or better combine number that CM, 4.32 hand timed 40, 11'0 BJ, 26 reps, 42 Vert. All better than CM, but went undrafted! How? McGuffie got as far as he did, because he was the very best in HS. His fortunes ran out when he got to college and the NFL. White kids have to out perform their black counterparts at every level to get a chance and the only way to make that happen is to go out and do it. Most won't. The good news is CM has shown what a white RB can do, and I hope it will inspire more white kids to work, not give up and to beat the competition, but it will take that and as Don alluded to, changes in the college recruiting, scouting services, mainstream media as well as the NFL itself. It's going to take a feat of epic proportions to make any significant change.