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If he had I have no doubt he'd be starting at corner in the fall.
Also, after they sign in Feb are coaches allowed to have the players that aren't EE start learning the playbook and even working out with the team?
Reasons for not EE
1. It is tough. Your academics have to be in complete order and you likely have to take additional online courses.
2. Not every kid wants to. Some like to experience the end of highschool. Go to prom as a student. Walk at graduation as a student.
3. Football isnt the only thing that is important to these guys.
Good question. Him and Sherit seem like intelligent kids that probably got it done grade wise in HS. Maybe I'm wrong about the grades though. I would naturally assume he could of if he wanted to, but I'm sure many want to stay for their final semester.
Walk softly but carry a big stick.
Regarding the playbook, I think they can give it out anytime, but I'm sure coaches know most of them couldn't handle it with HS still on their plate, let along not doing it until they've signed an LOI.
Excellent response. I'm sure some recruits parents don't want them to go yet either as well.
you broke it down pretty well
Once they sign the coaches can give them workout plans.
"You're not a good guy, you go somewhere else. We'll play you. We'll beat you."
Agreed. Some kids want to experience all life has to offer and not rush through it.
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He said he could but he just wanted to enjoy his last semester of high school. I don't blame him.
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