Again, it was only said to be one user. If it was/were 2, I still think collusion is hard to prove, since the actions didn't all happen in one recruiting cycle. Again let's look at this from the "played fairly perspective"...4 recruits are considering just one team...1 guy sees a couple guys he likes, and he recruits 2 of them, thus 2 are now considering 2 teams and the other 2 are still considering 1. Guy #2 sees this turn of events in the next cycle or 2, also deems the recruits to be solid/worthy and that dshook might be strapped for cash, so he goes after the other 2, because he'd rather be in a 2-way battle with a guy with no money, than a 3-way battle with a guy that just hopped on the recruits.
I don't really think dshook should have gotten any of his recruits back, while perhaps carefully planned, he still gradually lost his recruits in a, what I will argue, fair and square manner...cruits were considering only him, cruits were considering 2 teams, cruits were considering other team, cruits sign with other team. Malicious intent is still hard to argue, while it just turned out to be a savvy move by an inexperienced player. Again I think dshook rested on the laurels of his A+ prestige a bit/a lot as well...even in his initial post he said he's never been bollocked off of a guy with a lower prestige, so because he didn't expect it, he didn't think it could happen.
I would win a court case with this, arguing that this wasn't collusive. 1 guy with 2 teams picked off recruits from a sleeping giant of a team that never woke up.