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IMG's 2024 Season Schedule


Proseteye

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Was reviewing their schedule for 2024 on Maxpreps and they don't seem to have any national teams of any real merit. Corner Canyon a Utah team is not really any powerhouse. The only out of state team they play. Cocoa and Venice, although pretty good Florida teams, don't have a prayer against IMG IMO. The rest of the schedule my team Trinity Catholic could either possibly defeat or could hang with. So, do I have the right schedule for the national team IMG Academy that I am looking at? Is there a reason they are playing such a tame bunch of teams this coming season? 

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Whoever entered the schedules on MaxPreps has somehow combined the schedules of IMG National, IMG Blue and IMG White.  So the schedule on MaxPreps for IMG is not accurate, and I have not been able to find their 2024 schedule on their official website.  And for the record, Corner Canyon was 13-1 last year, Utah 6A state champion, gave Bishop Gorman a game in their only loss, and ranked #36 in the nation by one publication (although probably not a match for IMG).  

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9 hours ago, Dr. D said:

For those interested, looks like MaxPreps has updated the schedules for IMG National, Blue, and White.  (Note: "Central" on IMG National's schedule is Phenix City, Alabama, not Miami Central).

Yup saw it on their twitter

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On 6/14/2024 at 2:01 PM, Proseteye said:

Was reviewing their schedule for 2024 on Maxpreps and they don't seem to have any national teams of any real merit. Corner Canyon a Utah team is not really any powerhouse. The only out of state team they play. Cocoa and Venice, although pretty good Florida teams, don't have a prayer against IMG IMO. The rest of the schedule my team Trinity Catholic could either possibly defeat or could hang with. So, do I have the right schedule for the national team IMG Academy that I am looking at? Is there a reason they are playing such a tame bunch of teams this coming season? 

Corner Canyon is a traditional top 25 national team.  They get a lot transfers in from California and they get a ton of huge samoan dudes.

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