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This is ridiculous Why are you always in the DR with these coaches? Are they recruiting kids from there
and bypassing on the kids from this country?
WHAT A CROCK!
No no Jay, they aren’t recruiting in the DR and couldn’t if they wanted to for many reasons. A lot of these recent interviews have been done in the DR because these coaches have taken teams of HS players to the DR this summer for a week of games and training. I was invited to help out with trip and took advantage of my opportunities to get these coaches on video talking about helpful college info for HS players and families out there.
Don’t worry. “Kids from this country” are still getting plenty of attention from these top college coaches!
Okay, I understand. It is just a little ridiculous that the MLB already has camps in the DR that puts kids through HS and then brings them to the US as prospects, What a deal…. I just thought the same was starting to happen with colleges.
What do you mean that MLB has camps that put kids through HS and then bring them to the US? Players can sign with a pro team at 16 1/2 years old and I believe can’t start playing professionally until age 17. It’s similar to US players being eligible in the MLB draft at 18, but just a little earlier. One of the reasons could be the poor education systems in the country and the the majority of males drop out of HS early anyways. Some MLB academies are better than others at providing continued education. I know it’s something that MLB is seriously looking at.
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