Transfer season

DemCanesByke

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I thought he was commiting to college when I started reading. Not to beat a deadhorse but is this common for high school kids outside of south florida to post transfer notices between high schools???. This is exactly how the south fla recruiting becomes a cesspool for UM.
 

mafia

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I’ve been saying that big things are happening at Gulliver.

#BLUEBLOOD
#RaiderNation
 

UMCenturion

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I thought he was commiting to college when I started reading. Not to beat a deadhorse but is this common for high school kids outside of south florida to post transfer notices between high schools???. This is exactly how the south fla recruiting becomes a cesspool for UM.
No......its not common....
 

gogeta4

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This is common in South florida. There are literally 2nd strung players that do this.lmao. last year my homeboy lost some 2nd string player to transfer he was like wtf is this..."after long talks with my dad". Lmao

So Gulliver is snatching the West and Booker t kids..interesting
 

Barboni

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Gulliver used to load up on kids.

Back when Baez was on staff in 2007 for about a few months, they played in the adidas 7v7 national title game in cali against pahokee. They were loaded at every position, except in the trenches where they had 1 kid go 1AA. Looks like they're now going for lineman, too.
 

Barboni

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This is common in South florida. There are literally 2nd strung players that do this.lmao. last year my homeboy lost some 2nd string player to transfer he was like wtf is this..."after long talks with my dad". Lmao

So Gulliver is snatching the West and Booker t kids..interesting
They've always done this. They had a wr from the west back in '12 or '13, and AJ Leggett left Booker T for Gulliver. The classes at the pinecrest campus are impossible to fail. They were set up so parents who are paying $30K a year, don't have their kids flunk out.
 
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