Ahhh, to be a poser! Takes me back to my youth renting a surfboard at Cocoa Beach with my pasty white skin!
A prep football player who had claimed he was duped into believing he was recruited to play at a Pac-10 school admitted Wednesday he made up the story. Holy Shitballs, that is fantastic! Ballsy, but absolutely fantastic!
Kevin Hart, a 6-foot-5, 290-pound offensive lineman for Fernley High School, offered a broad apology in a statement he issued through the Lyon County School District. Hart said he had wanted to play football at a Division I school “more than anything.”
Signing Day showGet the scoop on where all the best high school football talent is headed. The experts from Scout.com break down the biggest Signing Day moves, with reaction from coaches and recruits. “When I realized that wasn’t going to happen, I made up what I wanted to be reality. I am sorry for disappointing and embarrassing my family, coaches, Fernley High School, the involved universities and reporters covering the story,” Hart said
Neither California, Oregon — nor any of the handful of other college football programs mentioned by Kevin Hart — had offered him a scholarship. In fact, some of the schools he mentioned had never put his name into their databases to send players recruiting literature. Again, so ballsy it’s incredible.