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    Default 5'9" 160lb HS QB Who Threw for 67 Touchdowns Can't Get Scholarship

    https://bleacherreport.com/articles/...rolific-hs-qb/

    (Gophers don't have room for him and he wouldn't be able to see over our line, but still an interesting read).
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    Thanks, great read. Academic scholarships to Oregon and UCLA. He could walk on to either's FB team...

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    Okay, so I think that the way that California is set up this kid is playing in the 11th out of 13 California football divisions. This might explain why he is not getting a whole lot of interest.

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    Walk on somewhere. Prove em wrong

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gophers_4life View Post
    Walk on somewhere. Prove em wrong
    Agreed. Someone should send him Blake Cashman's story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bottlebass View Post
    Agreed. Someone should send him Blake Cashman's story.
    Or Doug Flutie's story. He was 5'9" as well, and he had an impressive football career. Flutie had to battle the "too short to play" narrative all the way through his college and NFL playing days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bottlebass View Post
    Agreed. Someone should send him Blake Cashman's story.
    What about Cedric Dicke’s story?

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    How about #1 NFL draft pick?

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    He sounds elite.

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    Somewhere an opportunity knocks.
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    Based on that article, there are a lot of stupid football coaches out there. But that’s not a surprise.


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    I'm guessing he's not related to Anthony Munoz from the Bengals Glory days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RememberMurray View Post
    Or Doug Flutie's story. He was 5'9" as well, and he had an impressive football career. Flutie had to battle the "too short to play" narrative all the way through his college and NFL playing days.
    He was the King of the toos


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    Quote Originally Posted by PMWinSTP View Post
    Thanks, great read. Academic scholarships to Oregon and UCLA. He could walk on to either's FB team...
    Incorrect. He’s been accepted into those schools but hasnt been given any sort of scholarship

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    Quote Originally Posted by RememberMurray View Post
    Or Doug Flutie's story. He was 5'9" as well, and he had an impressive football career. Flutie had to battle the "too short to play" narrative all the way through his college and NFL playing days.
    Or Kyler Murray's story. For some reason the NFL threw out decades of "rules" and shunning of even many Heisman QBs who were too short and small to suddenly make him the #1 pick in the draft after one awesome year at a program that mints awesome QB years.

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