My son did select option B. As it turns out his team did win a conference championship his sophomore year....first in program history. A couple things went into his decision. First playing time has tremendous value in a very competitive major. His reasoning is if I'm not good enough to play, I could be doing things more related to my major or other interests. Second, the school he selected had more academic options (deeper and wider program) related to his major than his other choices. This was not a hard decision for him.