So I found out the other night that I cant go DI and Probably DII because of my learning disability. So I will end up going DII or JC I have no problem with that I have thought about it and have realized at least I can go somewhere and play ball and maybe prove myself who knows anything can happen as my mom always tells me. I am trying my hardest to do what I can school is just hard for me but I am not giving up. I guess what I am really asking is what dose this do to me for playing baseball in college? Any information would be so much help thanks.

Elliot
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Some of the best baseball players go to jr colleges, it gives them more opportunities to be drafted.
Check out the jr colleges in the Fl panhandle, they are Div I jr colleges and its possible to get full rides, tuition, housing and books.
Going to a Jr college is not a bad thing.
Elliot


Don't dismiss Division I and II baseball so quickly---my son was LD and played at a major Division I porgram---many colleges have special conditions andprograms for LD kids--Marist in NY is one of them
Elliot:
Yes a Juco would be a great move for you. You can take your Gen. Ed. courses in a small setting with instructors instead of a large setting with Professors (there is a huge difference).
I have 5 children and 3 have breezed thru school but for the other 2 it is really difficult... I understand your struggles and your mom is right... you can still make a lot of good things happen... Good luck to you this spring

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