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Unsigned kids...I don’t know why

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15 hours ago, 561_Fan said:

Jatari Washington (PK)

Missed SR season (acl)

http://www.hudl.com/v/287aWd

Jymetre Hester (GC)

http://www.hudl.com/v/2Auj3c

EJ Jackson (GC)

http://www.hudl.com/v/2AvEaq

 

 

Only have time this morning to watch WR/Kick Returner Jymetre Hester. WHAT A BALL PLAYER !  I like the QB too. Thanks for the video.

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On 2/18/2019 at 6:33 PM, 561_Fan said:

Jatari Washington (PK)

Missed SR season (acl)

http://www.hudl.com/v/287aWd

Jymetre Hester (GC)

http://www.hudl.com/v/2Auj3c

EJ Jackson (GC)

http://www.hudl.com/v/2AvEaq

 

 

Hester and Jackson are still working to get NCAA eligible. Washington's situation was due to the ACL injury and lack of proper guidance. FCS schools have offered (actually visited Alabama A&M), but he hasn't made a commitment to any. 

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4 hours ago, MuckCityChamp said:

Hester and Jackson are still working to get NCAA eligible. Washington's situation was due to the ACL injury and lack of proper guidance. FCS schools have offered (actually visited Alabama A&M), but he hasn't made a commitment to any. 

That's messed up...These kids are power 5 talents

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I want to be careful here, because I don''t know anything about "Hester and Jackson" other than what I've read on this board and the linked film that I've watched.   I don't know who their coaches are or what their coaches have or have not done.   I do know there are some schools and coaches that place a premium on the academic side of the NCAA eligibility process.  Other schools and coaches don't.  Personally, I think one of the greatest services that a high school football program/coach can provide to an athletically-talented kid is to start working with him in the 9th or 10th grade to explain the eligibility process and then track the performance and status of the kids as they work their way through high school.  It is an absolute waste for a kid to have P5 talent, but not be able to get offers because of bad grades and/or inability to satisfy the minimum standards necessary to become an NCAA student-athlete. 

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1 hour ago, Perspective said:

I want to be careful here, because I don''t know anything about "Hester and Jackson" other than what I've read on this board and the linked film that I've watched.   I don't know who their coaches are or what their coaches have or have not done.   I do know there are some schools and coaches that place a premium on the academic side of the NCAA eligibility process.  Other schools and coaches don't.  Personally, I think one of the greatest services that a high school football program/coach can provide to an athletically-talented kid is to start working with him in the 9th or 10th grade to explain the eligibility process and then track the performance and status of the kids as they work their way through high school.  It is an absolute waste for a kid to have P5 talent, but not be able to get offers because of bad grades and/or inability to satisfy the minimum standards necessary to become an NCAA student-athlete. 

Hester is actually the son of the Head Coach. So......

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