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    What position does/did you son play in High School Football?

    Like the thread about the fanatics, I'm curious what your sons play/played in HS football:

    My oldest is in college now and plays CB and WR and punter for inter-dorm full-pad football. Same positions in high school (graduated in 2010).

    My middle son played RB and safety until 9th grade.

    My youngest plays QB, WR, and CB in 9th grade now.



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    Re: What position does/did you son play in High School Football?

    My kid is going to be a punter or a kicker... He's only 1 but showing serious promise already. I plan on getting the recruiters in asap to lock down that scholarship.



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    Re: What position does/did you son play in High School Football?

    You aren't going to get many responses here. It seems like the vast majority of posters are college-age.


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