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    Apr 13, 18, 07:22 PM
    Wasn’t even allowed to play at T as a sophomore so he could get his grades up If he wouldn’t or couldn’t meet the academic standard to qualify to play with all the resources available at Trinity to help him then he was never going to qualify academically at any school IMO Sometimes it is what it is
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    Mar 31, 18, 12:37 PM
    Exactly what I am referring to. Coaches, even in smaller sports, can usually get a few kids through admissions if they want them on team They need to have standardized test scores in top 10% which is still excellent but don't need to be perfect like the regular kids trying to get in. And, by the way, If you get admiitted to most of the Ivy's or Stanford today and your parents make under $100,000 a year- free tuition for any kid. So it...
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    Mar 31, 18, 12:08 PM
    This may only apply to a small subset, but sports can also open doors to elite schools that kids just can't get into on grades alone. I heard of two kids this year, attending what would be considered top high schools in KY, one scoring 35 on ACT and being #1 in class and played on a competitve sports team and the other scored 36 on their ACT and had several impressive extracurriclar activites on resume and neither were admitted to several top...
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