Posted by True That on August 24, 2023 at 10:34:20:
In Reply to: Re: 25 + year olds playing College Hoops posted by Classic Facts on August 24, 2023 at 10:21:01:
: : : : Amazing how many young men do not want to grow up and are still playing college basketball at age of 25+ My oldest son graduated high school in 2015. Some guys he played against in high school are entering their senior year in college and will graduate in 2024. 10 years after high school running out of time in life. Obviously they are not interested in high quality education and will be flipping burgers complaining about lack of opportunities. Classic!
: : : : Look at Vanguard as one example. These so-called coaches use men to try to look good. Disgusting at best. Next time do not disrespect me so I do not name your school. Again, this is just one example of Many out there.
: : : Take it easy, dude. It's not that uncommon, especially at the JC level for guys to come back at age 20-21 and start playing. Sometimes you have guys come back from the military and are getting started. From a coach's standpoint, do I want an undisciplined entitled 18 yr old who's never been told "no" by their parents and travel coaches or do I want a grown up who has a little life experience, recognized that life is difficult and is now back at it? It's not that hard to answer the question.
: : Bruh this ainít new! Ď96-Ď97 when I was playing in college there were more guys on my team over 25 than under. So why are you complaining about stuff thatís been going on forever?
: Do I really care about these young men that do not want to grow up? No. Dog chasing it's tail. They will be flipping burgers soon enough while my kids are making over $100K at age of 26. Classic! Just winning friends and influencing people.
CIF denied Jel M. as he was trying to get a 5th year to play in high school. Grow up boyz!
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