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the coach that does the best job in selling recruits that he can get them to the NFL. thats all these high school kids care about anymore is getting to the next level. its not about education or anything like that anymore.
"you're so vain, I'll bet you think this post is about you, don't you? Don't you?"
i just see this whole recruiting world now as these kids are being told how great they are from people all around them so they think they are destined to play in the NFL, and a lot of these players are good or great prespects. so when they are being recruited, they want a coach that can sell them that next level coaching. i think its more about that than an education. maybe im seeing the glass half empty, i dunno.
I absolutely think that's probably the biggest sell coaches make. Your post just got me thinking and I figured I'd throw an idealist view out there, and whether players want it directly or not, that there could be a great amount of reform that makes it win/win for everyone (a football related course of study could also help those that do make it to the league better equipped to deal with the money and what not).
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