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    This guy did it. In his second go around, he was conference player of the year and dating a 14 year old girl. One problem: a guy who coached him when he was legitimately in HS, spotted him.

    https://www.yahoo.com/sports/25-year...181028582.html

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    CONference player of the year.

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    • #3
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      almost as bad as Albert Puljos and many other Dominicans

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      • #4
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        Mater Dei senior Spencer Freedman turns 20 in 2 weeks

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        • #5
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          I have always wanted to get on a little league team now. I would dominate.

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            Originally posted by John Kelly View Post
            CONference player of the year.
            Michael Jordan isn't anywhere near as athletic as lebron James. Jordan wouldn't even be a top 20 athlete in the game right now in his prime. - Cleveland Homer Big Deemer
            -

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              most 5 star athletes are well past 18.0 at graduation

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                Originally posted by E$13 View Post
                I have always wanted to get on a little league team now. I would dominate.
                Those low chain-link fences 200 feet from home plate would not stand a chance.

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                  If he wanted to do this - OK. Not condoning it but doing it is not as bad as.....................dating a 14-year-old

                  I know the thought of being with a 14-year-old is great.......and when you are 14-17, it is. When you are 25 - having anything to do with a 14-year-old is never a wise move.
                  The mind is a terrible thing to waste unless we are talking about the MORONS who post at Covers where the collective Sports Gambling IQ for the ENTIRE site is.................4!!! and even that might be too high

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                  • #10
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                    When i was 19 and 20 i would go to local schools about 300 clock or so and hunt girls. Me and deeek green would would go in his mustang and hit 3 or4 schools a day.

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                      Originally posted by John Kelly View Post
                      CONference player of the year.

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                      • #12
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                        Winky, have you ever been to The Philippines?

                        I am almost positive you would love every second of it. Start off in Cebu and head to Leyte after some time in Cebu. Stay in some small towns and the world will be your oyster!
                        "Once you in it, you in it. If it's a lie, then we fight on that lie, but we gotta fight"
                        -Slim Charles (also the new motto of pregame.com)

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                        • #13
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                          Truly a man among boys.

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                            I would have showed him my Easton aluminum, if even asked to borrow a #2 pencil around my girl.

                            offenses like this and many more should be dealt like this jail sentence or army sentence, you choose

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                              Get this guy a leopard vest.

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                                encer Freedman
                                (born June 24, 1998) is an American
                                basketball
                                player who attends
                                Mater Dei High School
                                in
                                Santa Ana, California
                                . A senior
                                point guard
                                , he has been ranked among the top high school players in California and has signed to play with the
                                Harvard Crimson
                                at the college level. Freedman first competed with
                                Santa Monica High Sc

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                                  Spencer Freedman dad is a Hollywood attorney who defends the perverts like Weinstein, Spacey, etc.

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                                    Originally posted by railbird View Post
                                    When i was 19 and 20 i would go to local schools about 300 clock or so and hunt girls. Me and deeek green would would go in his mustang and hit 3 or4 schools a day.
                                    I truely believe you....you ever get arrested?
                                    Everyone dies......but not everyone lives.....

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