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THAT S--T WAS FUNNY

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  1. Well with his size (even with it being inflated), he needs as many touches as he can get. In other words, he needs film. I guess he chose a different rout than the well traveled QB from A.H. Plantation, Aquinas and Cardinal Newman... LOL. Playing Time > Education. At least the QB jumped from one great private education to another.
  2. 100%. About 7 years ago before school choice, college coaches considered Dade County the "wild west" of high school football. They would complain how it was so difficult to figure out which school a player was attending from year to year. They also use to say that sometimes when they watched film with the current coach it was highlights of another team the player played for from the previous season. Kinda crazy to think that this is the norm today for most schools in metro counties and some in suburban counties. I guess since the school choice bill became active, all of Florida can now be considered the "wild west".
  3. Dang this is this kids 3rd private high school in 3 years. American Heritage Plantation, Aquinas, and now Cardinal Newman. I guess he's trying to figure out which private school in the area has the best education.
  4. Their height and reach already causes problems for o-lineman. But if you add in a great get off and high effort, you will have a great front four at any level.
  5. The kid is 6'4 and has a bethune offer. Maybe thats the reason for the transfer. In todays world, being a 6'4 qb is pretty hard to go unnoticed with the social media and the 7 on 7 scene. His twitter transfer post is depictive of the the way things are now. He clearly stated that the school staff and coaches helped him become a better student, athlete and person. That seems like everything you would want as a parent for your kid but they still felt the need to transfer. He also stated that his teammates were there everyday for him. Again, seems like everything you would want as a parent. But they still chose to transfer and leave his teammates that have been there for him everyday.
  6. The 2019 Lakeland squad had a bunch of star studded transfers as well.
  7. Genius wizards...Simpletons...idiots...Barney Fifes=2 crummy ideas. Yup, that pretty much sums it up for the FHSAA.
  8. Oh yeah I forgot about that. This is my last one....I promise.
  9. After seeing the last few posts, I feel that I have transported to the past and landed on the flavarsity board. All that was missing was Silver King.
  10. Well it didn't look like the coaches at Riverside (Lee) wasted their talent when they played and beat Columbia last season.
  11. Jambun I am starting to think that was you I seen at a football game a few years ago. It was halftime at a game and I noticed a ref sharing a hot dog and a basket of fries with a rather large female band teacher.
  12. Like driving a moped...its fun to ride but don't let your friends find out
  13. Well said....You just became kinda cool
  14. No way this dude Jesse is real. He has to be a someone that is completely sane that has been trolling and messing with posters on this site for the past few years. I mean c'mon man
  15. My boy you never cease to amaze me.
  16. Still working on that associates degree. 8 years man...8 years.
  17. Good Lord Jesse! You know why. Your brain can't be that fried from doing junior college homework.
  18. Your right its not complicated. You stated that athletes could transfer for any reason. Prior to 2017 they still had to move into the school zone and show evidence of that move. Or they could find a way to lie and fake an address. Either way it was a bit of work to make it happen. 2017 and after they did not have to move or lie. All they had to do was apply for school choice into that school. You stated before that it was the same thing in 2012 just written differently in 2017. That's not true and they are not the same thing. Just ask anyone that has had to move their family so their kid could go to a better school for academics and or athletics. Believe me there is way more transferring happening after the school choice bill in 2017 then before. School choice made it 100 times easier to transfer and switch from school to school. Just ask one of the coaches at Osceola when they felt s--t hit the fan in high school sports in Florida. Pretty sure the answer will be school choice and not the 2012 bill that took some control away from the FHSAA. However, I will agree the Bill in 2012 did make things easier and less costly for HS coaches and street agents to "recruit" but the school choice bill in 2017 made it impossible to govern.
  19. In 2012 Sen. Kelli Stargel out of Lakeland was one of the ones that started the push for school choice and HB 7029. I remember reading lot of back and forth from coaches and others on this forum leading up the the announcement of the school choice bill passing and coming into action in 2017. Being able to change schools without having to move or show proof of residence was a game changer in Florida high school sports. I haven't heard people talking about bill 1403 from 2012 changing the landscape of high school sports in Florida. Everyone was and still is talking about the school choice bill 7029 and how it has created the wild wild west in Florida.
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