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Would go by the rules I mentioned. No freedom because your recruiter left. Would only apply to position coach, coordinator or head coach.
If I was a prospect, I would never sign. The NLI gives all power to schools, none to player.
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Agreed- the players are not guaranteed anything
There is no reason to sign those papers whatsoever.
If it was truly a bother to the kids and their parents they could change it. No coach would be at my house at midnight or 5 in the morning trying to be the first one to talk to my kid. If my son was that full of himself that he needed his ego stroked to that degree then I would have failed as a parent.
Yes Sir! Aug. 1st , before the start of there senior season.
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ive always thought about that for those guys that are truly set in stone with their decisions and what the recruiting process to end but how they would make it work is un-denounced to me but that would be pretty great i think IMO
If I were a top-flight, elite prospect I agree with you. If I were a marginal prospect with few offers, I'd sign it.
Your team. All the time.
Yeah, that's a good point.
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