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Discussion in 'Recruiting' started by Dionysus, Mar 8, 2018.
This is a good move. BC knows crootin.
Any word on financial compensation?
A bunch relative to the position.
I saw where he has been making $36k. The director of player personnel makes 80k...so I'm guessing will be between those numbers...and closer to the higher one.
After this recruiting cycle it should be at least $125. If it's not in the budget, take it from either the WR coach or the Greg Fenves Foundation for improving football.
Though it is great for us right now, I have a feeling this will be the start of something....and probably not something good for the NCAA.
Agreed! With the impact he had on our 2018 class dude deserves more than $80 K imo.
BC is bringing us the material or books for out coaching staff. He's giving us the ability of making straight A's. Now it's up to the coaches to make the most of it during the season.
And I bet the staff thinks he's worth more than 80k, too. The problem is there's already a "Director of Player Personnel" who makes that... could get hairy.
This is why I think what is happenening at UT right now will likely set some interesting things in motion across the NCAA landscape.
Just a bump for this man
In the dead zone of recruiting we have just landed an underrated TE and look poised for a breakout slot WR.
to you Mr. Carrington