No, I do understand the policy, in pretty much the same terms as you described it. Michigan will not hold scholarships for recruits who take other visits and who essentially allow themselves to continue to be recruited. I got that; I undestood it all along and I am thinking you must have missed the part where that is pretty much what I wrote.
And I didn't even criticize the policy as such. I said I had no problem with it. I simply said it should not be viewed as a loyalty test; it is Hoke's way of dealing with the pre-signing day period.
If we took the policy as somehow having determined that Gareon Conley was "disloyal," we ought to think about never allowing him near Ann Arbor again, unless he is on an opposing team bus. But if we took the policy as part of the recruiting numbers game, we might be able to find a place for him later if it turned out that the numbers work out that way.