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1 Corinthians 16:13 Be watchful, stand firm in the faith, act like men, be strong.
I doubt it as well.
Doubt - (definition) A feeling of uncertainty or lack of conviction.
I feel uncertain as to whether a 17 or 18 year old would go through the trouble of joining a site and putting a credit card number down. But, considering how connected our world has become with Twitter, Facebook, etc., I would not rule it out. Also, what about a recruit's parents ? They might be a little curious as to how friendly a fan base gets when a player struggles or the team is not meeting expectations. Like possibly their apartment getting egged (Aaron Murray, UGA) or their father getting punched after a loss (Kiehl Frazier, Auburn). Granted, all programs have these crazy fans that would do such things, but if a recruit has gone all-in on a coach, don't you think he/the parents want to know whether that coach will be there the duration of the recruit's college career ?
I might be blowing this out of proportion, but it is possible, whether probable or not.
And I'm not trying to show you up or be a smart aleck. Just explaining my POV.
This post was edited by DownTheField 18 months ago
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