WARNING: Hyperventilation alert!
A kid jumps ship because the coach he signed for skips for a better job in the NFL after less than a month in LA (happens all the time, right?) and we’re ready to toss out a setup that seems to suit hundreds of recruits who signed last month without a hitch? Sure, Barrett, whatevs.
The correct takeaway from the McCoy situation is that the NLI could stand amending to reflect a change in coaching status between signing day and the start of spring practice. Or simply that a kid with leverage like McCoy chooses to follow in Roquan Smith’s footsteps and doesn’t sign one in the first place.