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  1. Troy Ness said:

    Had one Student who thought it was more important to go to a Birthday Party and not meet with a college coach we set a visit with. He didn’t get an offer and word spread and he did get any offers!!

    February 1, 2013
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    • Al Woods said:

      Wow, that’s an amazing story. You’re going to always have a birthday but a scholarship opportunity only comes around once. Student athletes need to get their priorities together.

      February 1, 2013
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  2. Kevin Humphrey said:

    This is I must say a classic “Hood Rat” mind set ! Regardless of whatever your goals are in life, you MUST have wise advisers in your life, as the bible preaches.And I understand that some people just may not have access to those resources. It is really sad when these situations happen to kids.Parents that can be honest with themselves, should humble out and reach out to all of the resources with in their respective schools, and churches as well.Parents that have basic internet access can do some of the leg work themselves to prevent this blind leading the blind kind of behavior.

    February 4, 2013
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    • Al Woods said:

      Unfortunately with all the technology available and resources some parents still refuse to take it upon themselves to do basic research that could potentially get there kid a college scholarship opportunity.

      February 4, 2013
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  3. @_coachcharles said:

    Yeah I coach AAU and try to tell kids all the time about how not to fail but you always have one who doesn’t listen because they feel like you don’t know the deal…

    February 4, 2013
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    • Al Woods said:

      It’s a shame certain ballplayers refuse to listen to the one person who has previous knowledge and experience the coach.

      February 4, 2013
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