FAU head coach Lane Kiffin is no stranger to recruiting talent that has yet to even reach high school

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FAU head coach Lane Kiffin is no stranger to recruiting talent that has yet to even reach high school

Postby laiyongcai92 » Thu Dec 06, 2018 7:16 am

This time Womens Andy Levitre Jersey , he’s going after someone who’s barely even in middle school.Per ESPN, Matt Leinart’s son is currently in the sixth grade, which makes him one of the youngest players Kiffin has recruited. You’re maybe wondering how Kiffin is able to openly tweet about this. But the truth is, this is perfectly fine under NCAA rules because the prospect isn’t in high school yet. Here’s more from the NCAA rulebook: In the summer of 2017, Lane recruited someone who had just finished sixth grade:In May 2017, Feldman reported via his Facebook page that Kiffin has offered a seventh-grade prospect, Kaden Martin. He’s the son of former Tennessee quarterback Tee Martin. Kiffin already has a verbal commit from 2020 prospect Brandon McDuffey, a quarterback from South Florida who committed to the Owls in February. FAU, along with TCU Youth Brian Poole Jersey , Texas A&M, and Miami, all have commits from 2020 prospects, so Kiffin’s recruiting practice isn’t completely uncommon, but it is still rare. As my colleague Richard Johnson pointed out in February 2017, there are some legitimate reasons to extend offers to younger prospects, especially at the quarterback position. Kiffin even did this during his USC coaching days as well, holding a verbal commitment from a seventh-grader. David Sills V ended up signing with West Virginia and has developed into one of the best receivers in the country there. In November 2008, Texas Tech beat Texas in Lubbock in one of the most memorable college football games of the century. The decisive play was a touchdown catch in the last minute by Michael Crabtree Youth Takkarist McKinley Jersey , who caught a back-shoulder throw near the front right pylon of the end zone to the left of the stadium’s main broadcast camera: The story of that catch, as told by then-Tech QB Graham Harrell:Fast-forward to Saturday, and Texas beat Texas Tech in the last minute with the same play: And it was the same play: Harrell confirmed the ‘08 play was four verts for the Red Raiders. Texas receiver Lil’Jordan Humphrey could’ve gone out of bounds after making the catch, just needing a field goal, but instead he stayed in bounds and scored.Crabtree did the same: That ‘08 loss was devastating for UT. This one might not be quite as stinging for the Red Raiders, but it’ll still hurt like hell.

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