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Sometimes Prodigious Talent At An Early Age Doesn't Pan Out
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Plaidmoon
2021-07-26 22:19:03 UTC
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Remember some stories about football prodigies being offered football scholarships in the seventh or eighth grade? This is the 9 plus and counting year journey of Tate Martell who committed to Washington at the age of 14. He still has 2 years of eligibility left.

https://twitter.com/TDsTake/status/1083439828577013760

https://twitter.com/NWAHutch/status/1419492434560618503

If he can't make it at UNLV, he probably can't make it anywhere in FBS.
The NOTBCS Guy
2021-07-29 15:36:28 UTC
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Post by Plaidmoon
If he can't make it at UNLV, he probably can't make it anywhere in FBS.
All together now:
If he can't make it there, he can't make it anywhere...
Maybe he can get some licensing money from the Sinatra restaurant (yes, it's a thing) at the Encore hotel/casino in Vegas.
Ken Olson
2021-07-29 16:53:24 UTC
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Post by The NOTBCS Guy
Post by Plaidmoon
If he can't make it at UNLV, he probably can't make it anywhere in FBS.
If he can't make it there, he can't make it anywhere...
Maybe he can get some licensing money from the Sinatra restaurant (yes, it's a thing) at the Encore hotel/casino in Vegas.
I know this was years ago, but Tom Brady wasn't the best Michigan had
for his first 2 years. Time and development have a synergistc effect.
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