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The NCAA is the place that leans heavily on the talent of African American athletes, but doesn’t hire very many African American coaches and administrators. It earns more money than every other professional sports league, but unlike other leagues, it doesn’t compensate the players or their families. Whether it is overlooking molestation in the Penn State scandal or something else, the NCAA tends to push the envelope when it comes to finding the best talent and finding any way to put them on the field.
He hasn’t even made it to high school yet, but one Baton Rouge football player has already earned a scholarship offer from LSU.
Fourteen-year-old Dylan Moses is 6-foot, 205 pounds and actually hasn’t even started eighth grade yet. But at LSU’s football camp last week, he posted an impressive 4.46 40-yard dash and caught the eyes of coaches.