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    Get this kid a scholarship

    Julian Newman, 5th Grader, Starts For Florida High School's Varsity Basketball Team (VIDEO)
    Could be an amazing talent in the many many years to come.



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    Re: Get this kid a scholarship

    averaging 13 pts 11 asts 2 rebs 5 stls

    do I need to go drop off a CFH jersey at his place?




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    Re: Get this kid a scholarship

    What's he going to do when he finally does get into high school? Isn't there a limit to how many years you can play High school ball?



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    Re: Get this kid a scholarship

    I'm sure Calipari is already on it.



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    Re: Get this kid a scholarship

    Quote Originally Posted by Clonefan94 View Post
    What's he going to do when he finally does get into high school? Isn't there a limit to how many years you can play High school ball?
    It might vary from state to state. I know that it's at least 6 years in Minnesota because it's allowed to have 7th graders play high school sports.



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    Re: Get this kid a scholarship

    Look up Damon Harge.



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    Re: Get this kid a scholarship

    Quote Originally Posted by Clonefan94 View Post
    What's he going to do when he finally does get into high school? Isn't there a limit to how many years you can play High school ball?
    Article says this HS is independent and not affiliated with the FL high school athletic governing association so he is not affecting future eligibility.



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    Re: Get this kid a scholarship

    Can he dunk?


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    That's just stupid. I wonder if this is just some kind attention getting gimmick for the school? Doesn't even look like the other team is trying on purpose or something.



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    Quote Originally Posted by clonedude View Post
    That's just stupid. I wonder if this is just some kind attention getting gimmick for the school? Doesn't even look like the other team is trying on purpose or something.
    There was some of those moments but I saw other moments where they tried to double him to steal the ball.



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    Re: Get this kid a scholarship

    There's a 9th grader in SE Iowa who's a stud. Myles, I believe.



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    Re: Get this kid a scholarship

    Quote Originally Posted by Cydkar View Post
    There's a 9th grader in SE Iowa who's a stud. Myles, I believe.
    PCM?



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    Re: Get this kid a scholarship

    The kid is very talented, but the two teams they played were horrendous. If he played against any talent, this video never shows up.



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    Re: Get this kid a scholarship

    Quote Originally Posted by KFitzy87 View Post
    PCM?
    I think a Davenport school.



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    Re: Get this kid a scholarship

    Quote Originally Posted by Cydkar View Post
    I think a Davenport school.
    Gotcha. Heard through the grapevine that PCM or Pella Christian (can't remember) has a pretty good 9th grader



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