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Posted on: February 11, 2019 at 13:44:33 CT
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are offering tons of kids in FB, Tenn offered 440 kids last year. On average SEC programs offer 240, the big 12 200.

That's crazy, i wondered if something like that was going on. A kid at our local HS isn't much of a prospect i'm told but he's claiming to have a Arky offer which seemed odd because he's a fring DII prospect and more likely a NAIA kid. So they send out a bunch of these offers just to try to get kids to their camps and make some extra money then? How much does one of these camps cost?
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Discussion i just heard on 810 was interesting, so schools - playhard KC - 2/11 13:44:33
     Zook started this at Florida he would offer 250+ kids, i - ADelpiero10 MU - 2/12 11:17:17
     non-commitable(nm) - dangertim MU - 2/11 15:19:16
     Whatever is even vaguely legal I guarantee is done in - GA Tiger MU - 2/11 14:54:11
          The good ones.....money(nm) - DevilsAdvocate KC - 2/11 16:55:48
          prefered walk on, maybe?(nm) - tigerinhogtown STL - 2/11 14:52:35
          offering a chance to come to camp and receive an offer - TigerJackSwartz MU - 2/11 14:19:01
               It costs $2000 to go to a football camp?(nm) - playhard KC - 2/11 14:30:22
                    I dunno, I just guessed at the price. I'm sure it isn't - TigerJackSwartz MU - 2/11 14:42:17
     Not all offers are the equal - lhs MU - 2/11 14:05:00
          That's not really an offer IMO, if you offer a kid he should - playhard KC - 2/11 14:16:02
               That's how it should be. A lot of kids probably get - alwaysright MU - 2/12 11:00:51
               I don't get it either.(nm) - sprintcar STL - 2/11 14:21:45
     At LSU much of the evaluations of prospective recruits are - Ozland Tiger LSU - 2/11 13:53:07




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