The University of Alabama's quarterback situation is why a lot of 5 star recruits are opting to go to 2nd tier power five schools. In most cases, you have a legendary coach offer them the world in your living room and they think for the next 3-4 years, they’ll run the show. You are promised playing time and a chance to play at the next level, but every year the team is recruiting your replacement. So for the first time in most of these young athletes' lives, they have to fight against some adversity on the field, trying to keep their starting job. Not everyone is built for it. And if they lose, they’ll just transfer. What young players must realize is that the ship does not stop for anyone. You spend 3 or 4 years at a school and when you leave, the sports program will, indeed, continues. So instead of going somewhere that’s stacked up with talent and fighting for the spot, kids choose to go where they can ball out in peace. Not having to worry about another big time recruit coming in behind them. Ultimately this is why we are seeing some of the legendary schools fall from grace, because they aren't getting the best recruits in their state anymore.
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