Originally posted by azallan: If a player is good enough, and the coaches really want him, could they offer him a full scholarship even if the school is out of State?
Being out of state has nothing, in most cases, to do with the amount of money you receive for a scholarship. You have to be a top prospect (to lure you away from in state schools especially in states where there is Hope or Bright Futures scholarship money available) to get a full scholarship these days. Remember the bulk of athletic dollars goes to pitchers first, catchers second then divided among position guys.
In other words full scholarships are very rarely awarded to anyone (or actually ever was). They might offer combined athletic and acadermic to make the offer more attractive.
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