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Jason, saw a thread on rivals that said fitts may be at sc this weekend. Is that happening/allowed?
This post was edited by Tfizzle 14 months ago
Not Jason but fitts is on a official visit to Utah
Sorry, the rumor says Sunday after coming back from Utah (though, I taught that was the start of the quiet period)
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Saw a report from 247Sports that Fitts may stop at UCLA or USC upon his return, but I believe that would depend on how early he got back home considering Sunday is a "quiet" period.
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Sunday is a one-day Quiet Period and then the Dead Period begins on Monday morning.
During a Quiet Period, coaches can have face-to-face contact with recruits so long as it happens on campus.
During a Dead Period, coaches cannot have face-to-face contact with recruits.
During all periods, coaches can call, email and text all they want. Crazy, right? What's dead about that?
Fitts going back to USC after they jobbed him that hard? If he did then...pitiful...
Why if thats where he wants to be.
I really hate the idea of kids enrolling early. They should stay in high school and be kids.
The kids should do what they want to do. If they want to stay in high school that is fine if they want to enroll that is fine also. I believe it is the kids choice or should be and certainly none of ours
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