Football 2022 General Recruiting thread

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The problem is that we never know what’s going on behind the scenes. Players dealing with grades, potential hone problems and other things that could suddenly change a roster. Sometimes players are brought in as safety nets.


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We gave Dee a scholarship around January/February, when we had Wallace, Stoner, and Wolf coming back as Seniors, plus a strong showing by Braydon Johnson in 2019. That is 4 deep.

Then you have Langston Anderson and Shepherd (hurt), plus Freshmen Presley, Owens, and Polk. Plus Woods at TE.

We had several injuries at WR in 2020, but still Dee Anderson never become relevant. His track record at LSU said everything. I would have rather given a scholarship to another walk-on for 2020.
 

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So TX OL makes more than a starting teacher?


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Obviously. with the money they help bring the school it is no wonder they weren't paid 100k a year or more. Without the meats up front it doesn't matter how good your backs are.
Don’t we know it


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So, not only can you sponsor an offensive lineman, it's tax deductible. Look for charities for each position group soon.
If the NCAA had any stones, they would put the kibosh on stunts like this. If a legitimate company wants to throw money at NIL, so be it. But establishing an NIL fund under the false premise of being a charity? That is just ethically wrong on all levels and just illustrates how corrupt and desperate the teasippers are
 
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If the NCAA had any stones, they would put the kibosh on stunts like this. If a legitimate company wants to throw money at NIL, so be it. But establishing an NIL fund under the false premise of being a charity? That is just ethically wrong on all levels and just illustrates how corrupt and desperate the teasippers are
I have a feeling there are going to be some changes in the future due to things like this.
 

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If the NCAA had any stones, they would put the kibosh on stunts like this. If a legitimate company wants to throw money at NIL, so be it. But establishing an NIL fund under the false premise of being a charity? That is just ethically wrong on all levels and just illustrates how corrupt and desperate the teasippers are
I hope the IRS steps in and denies charity status to these fake organizations. At least make the donors actually pay for their teams, instead of taxpayers covering the donors' tax savings.
 

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And it's a charitable foundation. Shady stuff but I'm sure it will help recruiting.
uT has plenty a lawyers who I'm sure checked to see that this passed the loop holes . . .
Nah. I'm pretty sure Texas ascribes to the "it's better to ask forgiveness than to ask permission" philosophy.

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