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Reply by RJM

Freshman year of high school my son was 5’ 11” 135. He had just grown seven inches in eight months from April to November. In August he...
RJM

Reply by TXdad2019

I agree, but if your a coach and you have a 20' and 21' that were successful at the JUCO level that was loaded the last two years, do...

Reply by PABaseball

If you're good enough you'll play. What I see happening is only a handful of meaningful contributors sticking around each year. This...

Reply by DanJ

@Francis7 Yes, I don't see how it CAN'T impact the 2023s in that manner. Assuming it will, we can speculate the same relationship...

Reply by PTWood

Great start of a thread. I'm a strong believer in finding COVID rainbows! Ours was that our son was able to pack on 10-15 pounds of...

Reply by TXdad2019

It may be different in other parts of the country. In the South, if you look at rosters, alot of D1's already pull from JUCO. JUCO in...

Reply by Francis7

Thinking out loud here... If the 2021s go Juco then does that hose the 2023s when the Juco kids are all moving on to 4 year schools?

Reply by old_school

The pyramid trickle down will continue. I know 5 kids all relatively local who have transferred into a local D2 power from 2018 grad...

Reply by TXdad2019

Some people have hit on it already, but here's where I see alot of 2021 kids falling. Alot of really good players atleast in Texas went...

Reply by Francis7

Since it's Top 100, I would hope that 65 or more commit. If not, then there really is no room at the inn this year.

Reply by old_school

College rosters are deep normally and they are deeper now then anyone has seen. Simple supply and demand, total number of spots stayed...

Reply by K9

Isn't there a potential overhang of current "COVID Juniors"....guys who are college seniors (2018 HS grads) who could have two years of...

Reply by DanJ

I’ll throw something out there that I’d love get thoughts and predictions on. This is far from a perfect experiment, but it’s close...

Reply by DanJ

To be clear, I don’t have the answers. None of us do. On one hand, anyone saying that it’s not over for a 2021 after October is exactly...

Reply by Francis7

No one thinks that the landscape has changed this year and accelerated the clock?

Reply by smokeminside

Same with one of my boys. Had three excellent HA D3 options during Regular decision and committed when he sent in his deposit in April.
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Reply by BOF

Huh? Not even close. NLI's are in November. Mine did not commit until May 1st*.... * Complicated by mono but none-the-less lots of...
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Reply by Ripken Fan

Son had a high school teammate (also a catcher) who committed to a D3 around March his senior year.
Ripken Fan

Reply by 3and2Fastball

Many D3’s don’t offer spots or commitments until November. Many JUCO’s are just getting started with hardcore recruiting in October.
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Reply by PTWood

I can't believe we are in Greek letters already. Prayers for all in harms way.
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