C'mon....now you are just dissecting every comment to the fifth degree and playing games with semantics.
The issue is that we are losing valuable Recruiting targets recurrently----that is a systemic problem for the Football Program. The strategy we are using to Recruit is not working well as judged by the results that we have gotten--that suggests a systematic problem. There is no other result to judge success in recruiting by other than commitments to your Program.
The current Staff is not successfully getting enough commitments from the prospects we are targeting, period.
Nice Twitter comments from dads, being a "real close" 2nd place, #[insertStateHere]2VT tags on Twitter, and hopes for flipping current targets that are leaning elsewhere don't really amount to much.
Also, as an aside, in Medicine a Systemic problem almost always would refer to a process that involves multiple organ systems and in most circumstances has some relation to elements of the circulatory system (Diabetes, Atherosclerosis, Autoimmune disorders, ect). There is no scenario I can think of in which Hamstring problem would be considered a systemic issue.