What were you doing when you were 13 years old?
I was 5-foot-7, weighed a fierce 120 pounds, and participated in the middle school band as a first-chair trombonist. I liked to play video games on the computer, and girls were simply considered a different species. (OK, that last one hasn’t changed.)
No, I did not have any offers to play college football. But Tee Webb does.
Louisville has reportedly offered a seventh grade quarterback. SEVENTH GRADE. And before you start counting your fingers, this is for the recruiting class of 2020.
— Tee Webb (@teewebb9) May 7, 2015
7th-grader Tee Webb is reporting he received a Louisville offer.
And with that we've entered the realm of–drum roll please–Class of 2020!
— Tyler Donohue (@TDsTake) May 8, 2015
The kid is already 6-foot-3 and 170 pounds, and I know Bobby Petrino likes his quarterbacks, but this is a little ridiculous. Maybe I’m missing something here, but I don’t exactly see the benefit of offering someone a full-ride scholarship before he has even reach puberty.
Give it a few more years, and college coaches will be lining up to hand out recruiting packages to elementary students after their peewee games.