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  1. Every coach in their district ruled in favor of the kids to play. Doesn't seem very shady to me. This stuff literally happens all the time. I also said in a previous thread when the WR aggy commit for Tomball was ruled ineligible, the UIL constantly rules players eligible or ineligible all the time. The only time yall hear about it is with a high profile recruit (like wr for aggy) or some other reason (briles). Nothing to see here except click bait, and I'm not a briles supporter.
  2. Came in the Winter, was here all spring and summer, and still cant crack the depth chart to get playing time. Coaches wanted him to wait, but the mircowave society needs it now. Good luck to him.
  3. Anybody know anything about this DC team coming down to play Duncanville? Ranked #13 in nation, Dunc ranked 6th.
  4. After seeing Cortland Ford (4* OT from Cedar Hill who decommitted from LSU back in the summer) up close, we do not want to take him. He can barely move.
  5. Kids get denied eligibility all the time. We get at least one denied every year, and you almost never hear about it. The only reason Demas is a big deal is because he's a high profile recruit. If the behind the scenes details were made public you'd understand why it's a 6-0 vote in favor of him not playing. If the UIL becomes lax in this area the integrity and popularity of public school athletics will in the state of Texas will collapse and it'll become a Florida/Cali/Louisiana type where private schools and pay to play dominate the high school athletic landscape. Also worth nothing about 90% of transfers are granted eligibility to play for the new teams and this is nothing new. It's been going on for years.
  6. Been out all summer with family. But I'm back and going to try and start posting more. Smith-Njigba is a freaking stud. He is an absolute take and he could honestly play any WR position. He is Garrett Wilson-like.... He's not huge, he's not a bunner, but he is a ball playing jack. If the ball is in the air, Jaxon is coming down with it. I've seen him up close and personal a few times.
  7. I'll try and break it down. Rule #1: It's impossible to trace cash. Rule #2: Everyone has that "uncle" who gets the money and then gives it your momma or whatever family member that needs it. Rule #3: The money is usually used to pay for bills, car payments, rent, etc. Rule #4: The recruit usually doesn't ever see the money and in some rare cases doesn't even know about it. Rule #5: If you buy flashy things, or stuff that brings attention to you, the money runs out.
  8. Didn't know where to put this, but here ya go. Looks like Derrian Brown on the road to recovery and at the least he could have a normal life!
  9. Didn't see a draft thread and not trying to derail this one but.... Kyler just measured in at 5'10.1 and 207lbs, call it a hunch but I think he goes #1 overall. If he runs sub 4.4 forty hes a lock for Top 3.
  10. More coaching rumors: the top lb in the nation from Mesquite Horn is transferring to Duncanville. Forget his name. Samples continuing what he did at Skyline for years. Duncanville is one of the few 6A schools in the state that has open enrollment still, where you can live outside of the district and go to school there so technically these kids don't have to move. Is it fair? Idk, thats a debate for another thread. I myself, say more power to him. That's why he took that job in the first place, so he better take full advantage of that open enrollment haha.
  11. 4 years to play 3, so he could come in and if he cant contribute immediately we could red shirt him
  12. Depending on how many sets he did, he probably one rep maxes somewhere around 450-500lbs
  13. Per coaching rumors Stone has an extreme helicopter following him around (if you catch my drift). Probably something the staff already knows about and has a plan for. But I think there's been times in the past this staff has passed on recruits bc of influences around them. Interesting to see how this plays out.
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