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Subject: Re: Prep School recruiting

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Date Posted: 15:21:13 01/11/22 Tue
In reply to: ivy guy 's message, "Prep School recruiting" on 09:47:15 10/01/21 Fri

I've heard about this training. I also know who Jeff Moore is. I wanted to send my son there, but it didn't work out for me. He wanted to study at the university, dreamed of becoming a marketer. I thought he had enough motivation to do his homework himself. But now he contacts with apa paper writing service, he uses https://paperell.com/apa-style-papers for that. In general, he began to be very lazy and does nothing for his future. I hope he will still take his head and go to recruiting school. I think this will be the best of the best for him..

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Date Posted: 18:03:32 01/11/22 Tue

New coach as of yesterday, Adam Banks.

Expensive, yes. One-third get financial aid.

If the school helps kids "prepare" for college academics and college athletics successfully, that is a good thing, regardless of how well its teams would fare against top competition. I don't know how many athletes they put into high academic colleges. Nate Martey this past fall got into 4 games as DL at P as a freshman before he was injured. He spent time at this school and credits it highly.

Not that it isn't impressive and valuable to come from a highly rated high school football program. I believe Bergen Catholic was just rated number 3 in the country by one service, fwiw. It has regularly supplied footballers to the Ivies. Cheers.

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