But if you had a repeat high schooler who then PG's you could have a 20 year old. Eeesh. Should have just played Lax, go to your local public h.s., show-up full ride on some D-I program out west as an 18 year old and graduate at 22.
Catholic school, stay back a year, PG a year, Juniors for a year (5 years C.C., 1 year prep, 1 year juniors = +$110,000 and $50k a year for college = $300,000'ish) or free, free, free.
Sounds easy! Why isn't everyone doing it? Oh, because it's not that easy.
1st, fastest growing sport in America. Ain't no secret anymore!
So, to play D1 kid needs to be total stud. To get any $, SUPER STUD.
Comical. I know a birth year 01 should've been a freshman this year but repeated 8th to go to an ISL school. Was a really good student in a public school. He will be driving himself to hockey practice next year as a freshman. A 16-year-old freshman? Tell me what is wrong with the picture? And he is undersized (will cap out at 5'8") and really not that good. Never played on an elite team, always Tier 1. Talk about chasing a dream that's not there. These are the idiots that pay for the real athletes at private schools. It's amazing parents don't understand they are being taken advantage of.
Shoot I graduated HS before I turned 18. Wish I knew about this repeat thing back in the early 90s. Maybe I could have been somebody!
OP: find me two players that will be 20. Just two. If you can't then STFU.
And sorry your kid didn't get admitted.
Now go get committed, STFU & and keep paying prep $!
It's impossible to compare kids in HS, prep or college by school year. There are kids playing Prep that are younger than players who are juniors in college. I love when someone compares my college player to a same school year player who is literally over 4 years older than him. Yeah just the same
'literally' four years older than him as opposed to what? Being figuratively four years older? God, the Kardashians sprinkling 'literally' into every sentence has now made it to the DBoard.