Discussion in 'Awesome Recruiting' started by GatorGrowl, Aug 25, 2023.
Couldn't listen to that dude for more than 30 seconds....
Will someone with more patience than me summarize? I can't listen to that dude.
Heard the gist from another board. Basically it's a Bama fan that "doesn't care about recruiting " but made a video about fsu pulling in 5 stars by paying them NIL........
As much as I'd love for it to be a smoking gun there is nothing there. Basically fsu got desperate and started throwing major cash at these recruits and it paid off.
Pay to play... illegal in the state of Florida, but not in Missouri. That has to be looking into, so does this FSucheat crap.
When recruit is asked to prove he is getting paid, he switches phone call to facetime and shows bank statement with deposits every two weeks for thousands of dollars. Might explain 5 star players snubbing UGA for that school out west.
Days gone by. Georgia, Bama lsu, Tennessee have been doing this with almost no punishment. I'm not a win at all cost type of fan but if a school is playing by the rules they have no chance to compete.
Amazing how FSU picked up when Miami/Ruiz got sunk financially. Wonder where FSU is getting money from...its either a big collection of coke bottles they returned to 7-11 or maybe they sold their giant aluminum can collection.
Why would a recruit rat on himself? It can affect HIS eligibility.
Maybe they returned the stolen crab legs for money
It’s an FSU recruit…
They weren't stolen...they were "forgot to pay for" or "a hook up". Either way you couldn't pry them out of that fat rapists gullet...
If you can tell me the last time a recruit or player faced consequences for something of that nature, your memory is better than mine,
Reggie Bush? Who is currently suing the NCAA, I believe.
Gist - Out of state uncommitted player is receiving thousands of dollars every two weeks directly deposited into his account to go to FSU in the name of NIL.
Like we discussed, the game has changed where “collectives” have to pay for visits and such.
@gatorb — “off topic”? Seriously?
Kids that are financially at a disadvantage paying for unofficial visits is tough of them. At least expenses are a nice gesture. I’m sure the kids would like to know their parents could afford to come watch them. Extorting money visits is entirely different.
I want to see my contact at Buford to see if it’s one of their players.
Interesting that, if this is true, they're paying kids just to consider them. From the way this was laid out he isn't committed to FSU and he's not under the belief that he's expected to commit. He didn't ask for money but regular payments and a $75K vehicle just showed up.
I guess at some level, if it's true, this is probably FSU's way of trying to level the recruiting playing field with the SEC and Big-10. They have to do something.
BUT is this actually legal?
And WILL someone actually look into all of this??