DannyShapiroBE

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About DannyShapiroBE

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  1. Since last September, I've experienced these 'wow' moments from Barnes: - Caught a punt and a kickoff on a bounce (in the same game) and ran them both back for touchdowns) - Beat a 6'10" center for the opening tip in the state basketball tournament. Barnes is 6'3". - Played center for said basketball team because he was the most athletic player on a team that includes three future D1 players. - Left the field in the dust in the 100, while breaking a state record. The 200 was a breeze as well, which is incredible at a state event. And I know I'm missing some more. He's the best athlete I've seen since being in SETX. I wrote a couple weeks ago about how he could be the area's next Olympian and I still believe that.
  2. Ridiculously deep class. Probably the deepest since I've been here (2015)
  3. http://bit.ly/2JDXpHe
  4. High Island HC Steps Down

    Coach, the real question is whether the six-man chats will continue??
  5. Congrats to Coach Coleman. https://t.co/eP25pZ8ofr  
  6. Beaumont United Applicant List

    http://bit.ly/2JqFpjq
  7. Early recruiting popular but risky for young players

    Another thing I mentioned - and that you touched on - is that there's no system for educating players and families on the process. Most are going through it for the first time so are naturally naive about the risks.
  8. Early recruiting popular but risky for young players

    That's literally the point...lol
  9. Early recruiting popular but risky for young players

    That's a big problem with college baseball recruiting right now. Once a kid commits, his recruiting process typically shuts down. Usually other coaches won't look too much into a hard freshman or sophomore commit.
  10. Early recruiting popular but risky for young players

    You obviously didn't read the story then.
  11. Coleman to Humble Summer Creek?

    Coleman already lives in Humble, FWIW