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26 minutes ago, texifornia said:

Hook 'em Devon!

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The 6-foot-7, 180-pound prospect formerly apart of the class of 2024 was previously committed to LSU. He also received offers from Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, Virginia Tech, Penn State, TCU, and others.

 

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1 minute ago, Napoleon said:

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Awesome that PSAT-XEA Academy was able to help him finish up his high school requirements this summer on such short notice. 

Basketball recruiting is so weird. Half of the kids go to schools with names that make Prime Prep and Bishop Sycamore sound like Harvard and Princeton.

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11 hours ago, texifornia said:

Basketball recruiting is so weird. Half of the kids go to schools with names that make Prime Prep and Bishop Sycamore sound like Harvard and Princeton.

I'd never heard of it before. Apparently it's an online school based in Houston for athletes, that's been open for 2 years.

And it's apparently run by Aggies.

https://psat.education/tamu-excellence/

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2 minutes ago, Hornlover said:

I'd never heard of it before. Apparently it's an online school based in Houston for athletes, that's been open for 2 years.

And it's apparently run by Aggies.

https://psat.education/tamu-excellence/

Of course they have a whole page about only hiring aggy.

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Our team of distinguished and gifted Texas A&M University alumni advisors, partners and educators are committed to supporting the student in his or her journey to greatness. It’s an Aggie thing!

 

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1 hour ago, Hornlover said:

I'd never heard of it before. Apparently it's an online school based in Houston for athletes, that's been open for 2 years.

And it's apparently run by Aggies.

https://psat.education/tamu-excellence/

You’d never heard of it because it isn’t a school. 

It’s a PSAT prep company that branched out into preparing people to take the GED.

It’s a way for people who don’t want to play school to be accepted into a college. I’m surprised that we are finally looking the other way when it comes to questionable eligibility. 

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