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I agree, in general with the comment: "The last thing young people need right now is more entitlement". However, in the interest of fairness, the less commitment a university makes to a student-athlete, the less a student-athlete should be required to commit to the university, i.e. they should be afforded more flexibility in getting out of a LOI if there's a coaching change, freer transfer rules if there is a coaching change/NCAA infractions, more flexibility in declaring for professional drafts, etc.
I would prefer more commitment from both parties, the university and the student-athlete. It would require character and production, in addition to pure athleticism and potential, to be considered in the recruiting/commitment process.
Great comments boxster- I agree.
Im OK with that. None of the top schools really do. Yeah, they pay lipservice that they do but the dont. Just check out how many kids those schools put on medical scholly.
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