I got a call from one of my technically/mentally sound Linebacker's Braxton Williams, about a young man from the Class of 2018 who was unable to play his Senior season. Tylor Taylor worked extremely hard this off-season to go from 190LBS to 230LBS, in hopes of catching a Collegiate Coaches eye. After the coaching debachle Braxton and I experienced at the Minnesota JUCO level, we decided, after he was the best Linebacker in camp and was belittled for being a Scout Trout player, to study hard for the ACT and have him also pack on weight (Up to 190LBS Now). Being from a small town in Southern Illinois, Tylor started out playing on the Offensive Line at 190LBS. He was able to decleat defenders and now at 230LBS is going to move to MLB/DT for me, for my Class of 2018 All-American contest. Tylor is not able to play this season, even thou he has a 2.7 overall GPA. Tylor fell behind in his classes last year, after having to move his mother from out in the country to the City of Carmi. There was nobody else to lend a hand at the time and he had to man up and take care of home base. This is a very noble decision that Tylor had to make and one that kept his family first. Penalizing a young man with a qualifying core GPA for NCAA football is beyond my clarity, but I am not in the education system as I believe in uplifiting our future generations, instead of diminishing them. Both of these young men had and still have short-comings on the path they desire to go, but obstacle one has been overcome and that was the WEIGHT issue. Both of these young men have bulked up to the standard set forth by NCAA Division One football and seek to play Collegiate football at any level, on a scholarship. Both of these young men also have serious WORK ETHIC and from watching Braxton Williams tackle and shed blocks, some serious football skills. Braxton is what I like to call a FOOTBALL SPONGE, that can watch me operate and then replicate those very same motions in a tenacious manner. With Braxton Williams guiding Tylor in the right direction and being able to work with him intensively one on one, I am a firm believer that these two will go on to do great things together and this was part od God's overall design for these young men. Braxton and Tylor will be taking the ACT at the end of October. Scout Trout and his Pro QB Jesse Guajardo jr will be heading to Oak Hill, Ohio to watch some of our Scout Trout All-American's from Team North battle it out on the gridiron! We will be heading back through Southern Illinois once again to meet with these two hard working young men and reach out to other deserving athletes in the area, after our completion of our Scout Trout Oak Hill Football vs East Portsmouth live broadcast! We also will be stopping by the Little Oaks game on Thursday, to check out the Scout Trout Class of 2023 phenom Darrick Boggs! Alot of great football going to be happening out in the OH/IL regions this month at Scout Trout!
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Given that Tylor is a completely different ball player now, with the added 40 lbs. I am going to work him out personally like the videos above and any other deserving Scout Trout Student-Athlete that aspires to play Collegiate football. If there are any guys that have been on the shelf from prior classes, your NCAA clock does not start until you are 21 years old. Meaning you still could have a good bit of eligiblity left and should go start preparing if you want a shot. This game is not for the meek and it is certainly not for the weak. Obstacles must be overcome daily in order to achieve the goals set forth. Thanks for signing up Tylor for our Pipeline Platinum Package and also THANK YOU Braxton Williams for being a intricial piece in assisting Tylor in the right direction when all seemed lost on the gridiron.