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They had 12 seniors on their team this past year. All 12 signed letters of intent today - 10 of them at D1 schools. Unbelievable.
Don't think anyone can argue that they are well coached. Wilcher has stockpiled talent, especially with the PSL being down. Who's the last really successful Cass alum? Joseph Barksdale?
I'm no fan of Wilcher's, but good for him for getting his players ready for and into the next level.
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It's great that Coach D has finally broken through at that school. So much local talent we previously couldn't access.
So, as someone that has no idea how things work in the Detroit Public Schools (other than knowing Cass Tech isn't a "neighborhood" school), what are the odds that they "recruit" the best talent in the city to come play football there?
And if the good Lord’s willin’,
I’m a keep on chillin’,
refillin’ and flyin’ high
How many High Schools are in Detroit at this point? It seems like that talent would've been spread across 6-8 High Schools 5 years ago.
They do, same as any other private school really. The reason why private schools are better at football is because they can pick talent from almost anywhere nearby, whereas public schools are limited to their district.
The big get is 2015 QB Jayru Campbell. Like 2TimeSpartan said, it's great that MSU is making inroads at the school. The next few years, they have loads of talent.
About 100%. Detroit is a school of choice district and with so many of their schools closing down, the talent is being consolidated anyway. Yes, they have to apply to get into Cass Tech or Renaissance, but let's be honest - it's not like the kids are trying to get into Harvard. If a player has talent to get a scholarship, the powers-that-be will get him in.
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