Parents getting paid for their kid services…..

In society today, college athletics have become a money making item. However, recruiting has taken a turn for the worst. Back in the day , kids were recruited through the honor system , there were wholes that allowed a recruit to recieve added benefits of signing with a particular school. Today, it seems that parents are looking for an investment return on their raising of their own kids. Issues have arised in the CAM NEWTON CASE as well as the RAVEN FLOYD issue which we saw last week , his mother signing his letter of intent without the kid knowing which was later rescinded due to the fact that the kid had committed to TEXAS A&M. Why do she do it?…These and many other issues have come to the surface of parental involvement in recruiting. DO YALL THINK THAT PARENTS SHOULD BE TAKEN CARE OF BY THESE LARGE MONEY MAKING INSTUTIONS……NCAA IS WATCHING…TALK TO ME REAL TALK……


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One Response to Parents getting paid for their kid services…..

  1. Karlyn Durr says:

    Yes i think parents should get money for travel expenses , food and hotel cost from the college or league in which their son is playing on because this can become a very costly expense. Ihave a son thats 13 and spent 3,000.00 dollars on competitive baseball last summer he is very talented and we havent made it to college yet REAL TALK!!!!

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