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File photo   Currituck's Dakwon Foreman has been prized for his speed by various colleges leading into next week's National Signing Day.
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File photo Currituck's Dakwon Foreman has been prized for his speed by various colleges leading into next week's National Signing Day.

College Calling: Area recruits prep for signing day

By Jimmy LaRoue

The Daily Advance

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The time of year leading into National Signing Day can be more stressful for a football coach than prowling the sidelines on a Friday night.

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Just wondering

As a walk-on, what are my chances of winning a scholarship? Will I receive academic help for ares where I am weak? How much time per week will athletics take from my schedule? Will I have to attend summer school each summer to remain eligible? What happens if my course work interferes with practice? Can you sell my image to make money and not share it with me.? How much money will I receive per week for laundry and incidentals? What bills and costs will I have that are not covered by this scholarship? Am I expected to be an athlete first or a student? Do I need to stay close to home or can I adjust too being away from home and mom and dad? How will mom and dad get to see me play? Where do I rank among the players you are recruiting? Can I lose this scholarship? How?

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