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    Quote Originally Posted by All State Baseball View Post
    I have no dog in this fight but I'm assuming the reason he is doing this is probably because he's proud of his school. Kids from Kentucky getting offers from several big time D1 schools is a pretty sweet deal including one from the national champions, Clemson Tigers. That's a big deal for any kid.
    Thanks that is exactly it! I know you were very proud of the run Estill Co. made in last seasons state basketball tournament. I think adults should promote student athletes and schools they are associated with.
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    Has the new Louisville coach stopped in yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Riggins View Post
    All done with the utmost integrity and legitimacy.
    I am glad the FD students are getting noticed to play at the next kevel!

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    I finally figured it out here is the pictures from the Frederick Douglass football site thanking the colleges and universities that visited the school this spring to talk to their players. I must say these coaches go the extra mile to promote their players and try to get them the opportunity to continue their education. It's amazing how much time they spend on this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 16thBBall Fan View Post
    I finally figured it out here is the pictures from the Frederick Douglass football site thanking the colleges and universities that visited the school this spring to talk to their players. I must say these coaches go the extra mile to promote their players and try to get them the opportunity to continue their education. It's amazing how much time they spend on this.

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    Cannot seem to pull 'em up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OlDog75 View Post
    Cannot seem to pull 'em up.
    Sorry I don’t understand on your end. When I click on each attachment it opens.

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    That image is overwhelming.

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    I'd be curious to see how other top schools in the state stack up with FD on recruiting attention.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 16thBBall Fan View Post
    Sorry I don’t understand on your end. When I click on each attachment it opens.
    When I click on the links on your post (#20), all I got was:

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    However in a later post you included the graphics, so thanks for that.

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    Most of those visits the other schools in the area get as well. The Coaches from those schools usually come to their area and drop in on all the local schools when they are in for a visit. Hats off to the Douglass program they have really brought a dare we say SEC D1 college approach to the high school arena. (social media,website and general atmosphere)

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