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Student-Athletes Are Slipping Through The Cracks

Student-Athletes Are Slipping Through The Cracks

Student-Athletes Are Slipping Through The Cracks

The alarm bells are going off and ringing loudly because there are still talented student-athletes slipping through the cracks of the recruiting process and no one is listening.

A lot of high school coaches refuse to get involved in recruiting. Many parents are stuck not knowing what to do. Should they hire a high-price recruiting service? Should they do their own recruiting? What exactly is the approach?

You only get one chance to go from high school athlete to college athlete.

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Will The G League Destroy College Basketball?

Will The G League Destroy College Basketball?

Will The G League Destroy College Basketball?

Will the G League destroy college basketball? I don’t think it will. 

Remember when student-athletes were leaving college after one year and everyone was freaking out about it? It didn’t destroy the game.

I’ve been privileged to see great players play for four years but that’s ancient history, a thing of the past now.

I think more and more of the top-ranked basketball student-athletes will go straight to the G League because of the potential big-time pay day that awaits them along with the exposure.

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Are There Too Many Division I Basketball Programs?

Are There Too Many Division I Basketball Programs?

Are There Too Many Division I Basketball Programs?

It’s over-saturated, in my opinion. I believe there are too many Division I basketball programs.

I know it’s all about March Madness, the big-time tournaments, and getting your college program in it, but every college doesn’t deserve the privilege of leveling up to Division I.

It doesn’t make any sense.

I know it’s all about the NCAA tournament and the big money these programs potentially can make.

But what fun is it to work hard all season long, win your conference tournament, and then lose the first game of the NCAA tournament? It makes no sense.

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The Broken Star

The Broken Star

The Broken Star

The Broken Star is a story about one student-athlete who was unable to fulfill his dream of playing college basketball. 

I ran into this man many years later and I was shocked and saddened to hear his story. 

I want to share this story because many of us are connected to student-athletes in some type of way.

I believe it’s our moral obligation to do whatever we can to assist student-athletes in their dreams of playing in college.

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Should Standardized Tests Be Eliminated

Should Standardized Tests Be Eliminated

Should Standardized Tests Be Eliminated?

Once upon a time, standardized tests were necessary. Now, I believe these types of tests are outdated and the system is broken. 

Only the privileged who live in the affluent suburbs are benefiting greatly from these tests.

Student-athletes who attend school systems in underprivileged neighborhoods are being crushed by these outdated tests.

I think it’s time to do away with the standardized tests and come up with a different system altogether.

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