Despite the fact that the other in-state programs have made significant inroads in the area, Golden wants to focus more on getting the right players for his program and not worry about building a hypothetical fence around Miami. "I think the fence thing is kind of a misconception," he said. "It's easy to characterize it as that but I always look at it like this: if there's 119 players that signed from down here, you just need 20 a year. It's really important you get the right 20. "It's easy to say let's build a fence. They've been saying it forever at every school in America but the reality is, don't worry about the ones that get away, worry about the ones that can play."