Will any college want the Texas body slam to the ref high school player?
Seems like he might as well start working on a career in pro wrestling.
- Anonymous2 months agoFavorite Answer
Of course; he showed good technique in making that hit. Head up, not helmet-to-head . . . .
- 1 month ago
Maybe, I don't know the whole story, and don't know if that's an isolated incident or if he has a history of taking stupid penalties.
- Mike WLv 72 months ago
Maybe, I don't know the whole story, and don't know if that's an isolated incident or if he has a history of taking stupid penalties. If he does, it's doubtful he'd be recruited by any major college. It's also possible that they'll recruit him anyway.
- ?Lv 52 months ago
Seems like he might as well start working on a career working the license plate punch machine.
Was he even a college recruit? I haven't been following this story all that close.
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- fuzzyLv 42 months ago
Well he shows that he can tackle a non moving player, not a very useful talent in football open field plays, so put him under center and let the rage out.
- Free AdviceLv 62 months ago
His actions warrant a drug test to rule out anabolic steroids in his system. I would ban him from playing/ participating in any sports in high school. He is not big enough to play D1.
- Wine MakerLv 52 months ago
blew his shot playing in college
- D.E.B.S.Lv 72 months ago
If he has a few clean steroid tests they possibly may. He should avoid taking any for a few months.
- u_bin_calledLv 72 months ago
If he has the skills to give some coach a better chance of winning 1 or 2 games a season, yes....
- KathyLv 72 months ago
No college would want him.