They admit, like most schools in their range, somewhere around 4-5 times as many people as they expect to matriculated, depending on the year. Maybe they'll look at who deposited and determine that they have enough high LSATs. Even if they want higher LSATs maybe they determined that a nonsplitter has a sufficient LSAT. Who knows. If they wanted only 200 people and admitted as much, I'd expect that, but I imagine that they've let in much more than just Michael Scott. I think it will depend on who deposited, I don't think you can necessarily draw conclusions from a single withdrawal. I hate to nitpick, but I don't want all the type a's to think OH NO I WON'T GET THAT SPOT BECAUSE I'M NOT A SPLITTER, *hyperventilate/collapse*
Anyway, I can forgive them this week for being slow. For people who had their deposit letters postmarked on the absolute deadline, the last of those deposits should be coming in tomorrow or Friday at the latest if they haven't already. It would be illogical to continue making admissions decisions and speculating on how the class will turn out when they can process that information and use it to make the rest of their decisions. Next week I hope there is a lot more movement.