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If you are a senior with an offer, why shouldn't you be able to sign whenever you like? Non-athletes can sign scholarship stuff when they get it. I really don't see the point. Maybe NSD should be the LAST day you can sign and not he first.
Being able to sign whenever you wanted would give the schools all the power, same with if it was the last day. Everybody would be lined up at Bama, USC, Tex, and schools like that, and then everybody else would fight over who they turned down.
Except for the guys who Ole Miss signed to big contracts, and gave strippers to as 'tutors'.
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
Because kids change their minds too much, plus schools dont know who will project to qualify or who is leaving early.
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Schools also take the risk of someone the sign early getting hurt; that's been thrown out there too.
I would think those who engage in the high pressure emotion charged sales pitch would much prefer prospects being able to sign early.
Bc promising 9th graders would commit to Bama in advance, can't change their minds, and be stuck there or dropped by the school later on if they don't pan out as seniors.
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