Originally Posted by tball2day
The one thing I noticed about the article on the recruiting firm in Scotland titled, "Welcome to the and of the Free"...it is clearly stated in the article that the U.S. is great place to come and get a free education and free training that can take you to the pros. That is the marketing pitch of the placement firm, no hiding that. Meaning most players that come here to play have no intention of contributing anything back to the to the school, state, country, etc., when they are done. Take what they can get and get out. No wonder there is a mad rush to get here.
OK. Let's adopt, for the sake of argument, your criterion for granting tennis scholarships: the "intention of contributing anything back to the to the school, state, country, etc., when they are done."
Woo-hoo for the rich. They pay more taxes and have more disposable income for donations to their alma maters. This criterion will help the 1%.
Any of you with kids recently graduated from college, in college, or about to go to college.............try asking them what their intentions are for donating to their school. See how much of a clue they have about their intentions
It is a little ironic to me that foreigners who come to the US for college and then leave are criticized for not staying to pay taxes..............and the ones who do stay are criticized for taking away Amurrrrican jobs!