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Now this young athlete "gets it"! Putting a lot of himself into not just his sports, but his grades! Welcome one of our youngest and "informed" student-athletes, DEVIN GRAHAM! He is in 4th grade, reads at the level of a 6th grader, competes in Track, Football, Basketball and Soccer "AND" carries a 4.0 GPA! Keep it up Devin and keep having fun!    http://www.viewmysport.com/ViewAthleteProfile.aspx?profileId=5077

Now this young athlete "gets it"! Putting a lot of himself into not just his sports, but his grades! Welcome one of our youngest and "informed" student-athletes, DEVIN GRAHAM! He is in 4th grade, reads at the level of a 6th grader, competes in Track, Football, Basketball and Soccer "AND" carries a 4.0 GPA! Keep it up Devin and keep having fun! http://www.viewmysport.com/ViewAthleteProfile.aspx?profileId=5077

Whether he makes it to "the big show" or not, he's had opportunities put before him and he's gone after it.  He's trying to get there, and if the media wants to report on it, at least it's a positive story, and one that sets an example for young student-athletes trying to follow in his footsteps.  Not everyone can get there, but the opportunity to "TRY" is there for each of us!  We might miss the top level, but the journey is a heck of a ride.... ENJOY IT!

Whether he makes it to "the big show" or not, he's had opportunities put before him and he's gone after it. He's trying to get there, and if the media wants to report on it, at least it's a positive story, and one that sets an example for young student-athletes trying to follow in his footsteps. Not everyone can get there, but the opportunity to "TRY" is there for each of us! We might miss the top level, but the journey is a heck of a ride.... ENJOY IT!

Question: Is an NCAA "Dead Period" and a "Quiet Period" the same thing? Answer: NO, a "Dead Period" means a college coach cannot have "any" in-person contact with a student-athlete or their parents during that time period, but they can write or telephone you.  A "Quiet Period" means a college coach cannot have in-person contact "off the college's campus" with a student-athlete or their parents AND they cannot watch you play or visit your high school. They can write or telephone you. * Want…

Question: Is an NCAA "Dead Period" and a "Quiet Period" the same thing? Answer: NO, a "Dead Period" means a college coach cannot have "any" in-person contact with a student-athlete or their parents during that time period, but they can write or telephone you. A "Quiet Period" means a college coach cannot have in-person contact "off the college's campus" with a student-athlete or their parents AND they cannot watch you play or visit your high school. They can write or telephone you. * Want…

If you're an international student-athlete and you want to attend an NAIA (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics) college in the U.S. (NAIA is like the NCAA, but governs smaller colleges and universities), here are some resources you will find VERY helpful and mandatory!  http://www.playnaia.org/page/internationalresources.php

If you're an international student-athlete and you want to attend an NAIA (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics) college in the U.S. (NAIA is like the NCAA, but governs smaller colleges and universities), here are some resources you will find VERY helpful and mandatory! http://www.playnaia.org/page/internationalresources.php

Some great things about being a college student-athlete:  (See Comments)

Some great things about being a college student-athlete: (See Comments)

A BIG CONGRATS to all of our student-athletes in the ViewMySport Nation competing in their season Championships! We're talking football, cross country, baton twirling, swimming, golf, volleyball, tennis, soccer and cheerleading! Great Job and remember, KEEP IT FUN and ENJOY THE RIDE!  ViewMySport.com - Your #1 College Sports Recruiting & Scholarship Networking Resource!

A BIG CONGRATS to all of our student-athletes in the ViewMySport Nation competing in their season Championships! We're talking football, cross country, baton twirling, swimming, golf, volleyball, tennis, soccer and cheerleading! Great Job and remember, KEEP IT FUN and ENJOY THE RIDE! ViewMySport.com - Your #1 College Sports Recruiting & Scholarship Networking Resource!

Athletes committing to colleges before 9th grade. Wdyt? http://www.nytimes.com/2014/01/27/sports/committing-to-play-for-a-college-then-starting-9th-grade.html?hpw&rref=sports

Committing to Play for a College, Then Starting 9th Grade

An intensifying competition for top players has led recruiters to focus on younger girls, but many coaches and parents worry about a psychological toll.

RIGHT NOW on The BreakDown.... Check out Coach Jon Awad, former college football player, General Manager-Florida Falcons (Gridiron Developmental Football League), sports parent and life mentor! Great information proves helpful to parents and their student-athletes! Take advantage of the information shared on The BreakDown!  http://www.ViewMySport.com/TheBreakDown

Sport of Discussion: All Sports - Special Guest, Jon Awad, General Manager of the Florida Falcons (Gridiron Developmental Football League), former collegiate.

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