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Old 10-11-2011, 12:38 PM   #22
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I also want to see Texas recruit more players from India and South Korea. There are some great players out there that wantst to study in USA. This if done right, could make Texas top 5 team in the nation in 2 years or so.
I know that there have been Koreans doing well in 12s & 14s recently. Is there a pipeline of 19 y/o Koreans going to other universities & making an impact?

& regarding India....UT used their one (& only) scholarship last year for an Indian (from India) who was a bust. With probably 20% of all SuperChamps in TX being second generation Indian (& 40% total being second generation Asian)....like Chen.....not sure why the bevos need to go abroad.

Wouldn't it just be easier to tell the top 10 Indian & Asian SCMZ 8th graders to repeat a grade if we wanted 19 or 20 y/o freshman Asians (who are older & tougher than their 18 y/o counterparts & just as tough as any 19 y/o from India or S. Korea)?

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