2027 recruiting

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I’ll provide some FACTS to substantiate my claims rather than just flippant, off the cuff feelings from you. Foster won only 72% of his games at Vandy. That winning percentage gets much worse when only conference games are considered at a paltry 61%. In his eleven seasons, he had only two 30-win seasons and either missed the NCAAs or lost in or before the second round in three of those seasons. As for Balcomb, she is even worse. She won only 68% of her games overall and a pitiful 57% of her in conference games. She had ZERO 30 win seasons, and either missed the NCAAs or lost in or before the second round in ten of her 14 seasons. Real powerhouse numbers there!! Please stop with your stupidity!!
Your beating a dead horse ...your not going to change my thoughts on Vandy in the early 90's . Let it go lol they "Were" a powerhouse . I like how you omitted their NCAA successes and only pointed out the amount of times they lost in the early rounds etc lol . I honestly dont care im a LV fan im just stating what i believe and your not going to change it sorry.
 
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No, coaches should be able to offer a scholarship when they see fit.
There are some exceptions where advance students even enter college for academics ahead of their junior year.
Florida offered a sixth grader in softball years ago, she committed. Kid is uncommitted today, almost 3 months after her 2024 class has received offers and she’s struggling. Went from #1 ranked player to not even top 150 today.
 
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Florida offered a sixth grader in softball years ago, she committed. Kid is uncommitted today, almost 3 months after her 2024 class has received offers and she’s struggling. Went from #1 ranked player to not even top 150 today.
Okay, what are you saying?
Is she uncommitted because Florida offered her as a 6th grader?
Is she unranked now because she was offered as a 6th grader?
I would think there’s more to the story and to be clear I don’t put much credibility into recruiting rankings in any sport. I wish this student athlete and her family the best.
 
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2027s with announced offers:

Kie'Aundria Acree
Haylen Ayers
Finley Chastain

Also have seen posts showing interest to Lauren Hassell. Have not seen a post announcing an offer.
Almost 100% positive Hassell has an offer. Hassell, Ayers and Chastain would be a ridiculous class if they can make that happen.
 
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Okay, what are you saying?
Is she uncommitted because Florida offered her as a 6th grader?
Is she unranked now because she was offered as a 6th grader?
I would think there’s more to the story and to be clear I don’t put much credibility into recruiting rankings in any sport. I wish this student athlete and her family the best.
She wasn’t ready is the story. In numerous ways. Let down by those around her, NCAA and Florida coaches.
 
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