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You are correct, Sir.
.................... 47 Bowl Appearances - 11 National Championships - 7 Heisman Trophy Winners ..................
"can really **talk** to them"
There is a difference between an administrator, S&C coach, teacher or Department head "talking" to a recruit about what the school can offer them, and what is entailed with recruiting.
Recruiting requires ongoing dialogue and interaction, which is hard to justify coming from a S & C coach.
I'm not naïve enough to believe that it doesn't happen, though.
Kobe his boy is gonna change the recruiting landscape in socal.
Henry Bell and Ron Allen who are B2G, are not aligned with any school and want nothing to do with the recruiting processes of the kid who works out with their organization. I can vouge for that because I know how many kids who have been affiliated with B2G have gone to SC or other schools besides UCLA.
UCLA is doing this so they can get Tahaan Goodman, Priest Willis, and the other players that Coach Morgan coaches. Nico Falah is one of the players. They really think that having a coach will cause players to come to the school. Also, UCLA brought Tony Perry to speak at an event to help get some of his players like Hatari Byrd, L.J Moore, and Johnny Johnson. I am not sure if this will work it. It is sad that some schools are so desperate that they try to get a player by doing this.
I know why they did it...that's my point.
I've been talking about this shift coming for the last couple of years.
All I can say is the B2G orginization is the hardest working company at developing young talent. Enabling those kids to realize their dreams through hard work and greatly enhancing their skill level. And Coach Morgan is cut from the same mold. So I say congrats to the man.
I don't know anything about all the Nico Falah stuff but this coach will make UCLA better, And thats what you want when you add to your staff. And I hope UCLA does get better, it makes things so much more interesting. Don't you think?
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