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"It weird I'm driving to cstat for my official and it almost feels like I'm going home."
Who still thinks he's going to the MLB?
Nobody doubts he looks forward to going to A&M and it's a lifelong dream.
The question people have, that he can't yet fathom, is what happens if he's a top 10 pick in the MLB draft and offered millions to sign? Which, by the way, is also undoubtedly a lifelong dream.
Sin nailed it. We all know he's a good kid and a lifelong Aggie fan. But millions of dollars of guaranteed money is awfully tough to pass up.
He will be on the team. I love Stewart.
I rely liked the example that someone posted the other day that it was similar to Luke Joeckl's decision to go to the NFL.
Heart is at A&M... But business is business
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I really like this kid though.
He can sign with us in february and turn around and sign with a team 4 months later...
The 2 mock drafts I looked at had him being picked 5th and 7th.
He's a kid, not an adult. He may not care about guaranteed money right now like an adult might. He might choose college...knowing he'll likely still have choices in a few years. At his age, I didn't give a rats ass about money. It's not like there's zero chance he won't have that option in a few years. College is a special time. Matthews turned it down as well.
Agree with Mediaguy. Stewart will sign with A&M. IMO he will play football.
College undoubtedly is a dream. Playing for the Ags is important. He could be A&M QB in several years.
Kohl might not want to take the easy way out, he can always go play baseball after football look @ jeff Smarjza @ ND.....also how is it possible that ricky williams was paid to play minor league ball while at UT?
It's not a matter of financial security, it's a matter of he can spend the next 3-5 years playing college football (and maybe baseball) or minor league baseball. Depends on how he feels about his position versus where he thinks he'll be in a few years.
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