“Essentially, it seems Chase was bumped for a bigger name.”

If this ain’t a perfect example of what the recruiting process, circa 2017, has come to, I don’t know what is:  four-star recruit elects to postpone the announcement of his college commitment after his scheduled appearance on the NFL Network is cancelled due to a higher-rated recruit taking the spot to make his surprise announcement to commit instead.

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4 responses to ““Essentially, it seems Chase was bumped for a bigger name.”

  1. Hogbody Spradlin

    In the linked story, check out the moral preening from the NOLA.com writer. Sure buddy.

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    • Macallanlover

      Yeah, the “journalist” is appalled and furious about a high schooler not getting his chance to mug on national TV about something he may, or may not, do six months from now. Sounds a little hyperbolic to me for a seasoned journalist. Network TV tends to go with what they consider the top stories from what I have seen, good life lesson for “the children” to learn by age 17, if they hadn’t already figured that out.

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  2. Q

    Good. One less hat ceremony is a win.

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  3. 92 grad

    Yep, television is stupid. I get that high school kids get their ego rubbed up to a nice ripe hard on when they have college coaches kissing their ass. It’s the people that run tv channels that I turn my nose up to.

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