Zion Harmon to Marshall County?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PurplePride92 View Post
    Hearing he is enrolled at Scott County now. This is going to be fun.
    Not sure this is the word I would use but an interesting development. What's the state record for most schools enrolled in during a one month period?
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    Props to Zion and family for exposing the transfer rule for what it is...a sham. If he’s allowed to do it I have no issues with the young man for moving where his family thinks he can be most successful. Now, the KHSAA just needs to admit the transfer rule is nearly unenforceable and cave it or enforce it. I am good with either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DragonFire View Post
    That’d be a heartwarming development. Finally those guys get a break.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wireman View Post
    Not sure this is the word I would use but an interesting development. What's the state record for most schools enrolled in during a one month period?
    5 I think.

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    I see no problem. SC Lost to Covington Catholic who I believe had a kid that lives in Ohio. If private schools get whoever they want from wherever they want so should public schools. As long as the kid is getting an education that’s all that matters. It’s not like he isn’t going to skip all of his classes and just play basketball. I may be one of the very few who sees it this way but that’s ok. It’s just an opinion. Lol

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    Oh the perils of not keeping your mouth shut on social media....... It's completely laughable right now on what has been put out there by this kids dad & if he said it the way he did, I feel sorry for him for not knowing how it would be spread from Pikeville to Paducah in about 7 minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jblanton View Post
    I see no problem. SC Lost to Covington Catholic who I believe had a kid that lives in Ohio. If private schools get whoever they want from wherever they want so should public schools. As long as the kid is getting an education that’s all that matters. It’s not like he isn’t going to skip all of his classes and just play basketball. I may be one of the very few who sees it this way but that’s ok. It’s just an opinion. Lol
    I'm in the same boat. I don't care if a kid plays for six different schools (7th-12th grades), and I also don't care if it's for athletic reasons. He still has to make the grades regardless of where he plays, so what's the big deal? Some kids know athletics are their only possibility for a bright future (not saying that's the deal in Harmon's case). Let them pursue that however they want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jblanton View Post
    I see no problem. SC Lost to Covington Catholic who I believe had a kid that lives in Ohio. If private schools get whoever they want from wherever they want so should public schools. As long as the kid is getting an education that’s all that matters. It’s not like he isn’t going to skip all of his classes and just play basketball. I may be one of the very few who sees it this way but that’s ok. It’s just an opinion. Lol
    Correct, Fredrick lived in Ohio.

    Wherever he ends up, no coach is not going to play him if he is a citizen like any one else in the school why would they not.

    Have you seen the article in the Lexington herald yet? I love billy hicks response saying he would love to have some interest there and appreciates the Harmon’s putting them in the mix.

    Here is the link if you haven’t seen it.

    Zion Harmon could transfer to another Kentucky high school or out-of-state prep school | Lexington Herald Leader

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    Next thing you know he will playing for Deer Park in Ohio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plantmanky View Post
    Next thing you know he will playing for Deer Park in Ohio.
    They’re pretty loaded headed into next year.

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    So I guess mom/dad went from a job opening at Westlake in Calvert City to an opening at Toyota in Georgetown overnight. Job market is booming right now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigVMan23 View Post
    So I guess mom/dad went from a job opening at Westlake in Calvert City to an opening at Toyota in Georgetown overnight. Job market is booming right now!
    Or when the job opens up in the school district.

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    If his dad is a nurse as the article states, there are probably lots of jobs available throughout the state. I'm surprised he's limiting his options.

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    It's certainly a bold strategy.

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    This is confirmed by Larry Vaughts article as he reports that Zion has met with his new team today.

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