David Sloan going to John A Logan College (JUCO)

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    David Sloan going to John A Logan College (JUCO)

    Wish him the best and hope he it gets him to the next level. Sort of a hard one to figure out from a kid who had multiple high level D1 offers, including Louisville, after his Jr. Year.

    Should be a lesson to all out there.........things change.

    Best of Luck
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    I'm so glad to see he is headed somewhere to play at the next level with a chance to go higher. Good luck, David!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Realreason View Post
    Wish him the best and hope he it gets him to the next level. Sort of a hard one to figure out from a kid who had multiple high level D1 offers, including Louisville, after his Jr. Year.

    Should be a lesson to all out there.........things change.

    Best of Luck
    One lesson is that the more schools you go to in high school, the harder it is to get NCAA certified. David was at one school for 2.5 years and then touched 3 different schools in 1.5 years. The more schools, the more difficult it gets with getting through the Clearinghouse and then JUCO becomes the only option left. He will be playing D1 ball when he finishes up there. Also choose your prep schools carefully if you go that route, find one that has had some longevity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coachlee View Post
    One lesson is that the more schools you go to in high school, the harder it is to get NCAA certified. David was at one school for 2.5 years and then touched 3 different schools in 1.5 years. The more schools, the more difficult it gets with getting through the Clearinghouse and then JUCO becomes the only option left. He will be playing D1 ball when he finishes up there. Also choose your prep schools carefully if you go that route, find one that has had some longevity.
    So true. And some kids take advice from adults that have other motives. The place he went in Florida was sketchy.

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    This is a very solid JUCO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coachlee View Post
    One lesson is that the more schools you go to in high school, the harder it is to get NCAA certified. David was at one school for 2.5 years and then touched 3 different schools in 1.5 years. The more schools, the more difficult it gets with getting through the Clearinghouse and then JUCO becomes the only option left. He will be playing D1 ball when he finishes up there. Also choose your prep schools carefully if you go that route, find one that has had some longevity.
    Don't know the young man and wish him the best. Were grades an issue more so than jumping prep schools? If he had an offer his Jr. year why not take it? Or was the clearinghouse an issue at that time?
    FYI. folks that think their kid has an interest in playing at the next level. Better look into the clearinghouse early. It becomes very important, yet it seems that not a lot of folks hear about it. @4pointplay gave me the heads up for my son.

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