Adding that college provides a bit of a buffer between developing as a person and being entirely independent, the crosschecker spoke to the social development and interaction that is gained by attending college. It's a setting that the NL scout believes benefits some to experience change in, rather than in the pros with their livelihood on the line.Read the rest HERE
“There is a lot of natural maturity and changes that takes place when you’re 18, 19, 20 years old,” said the scout. “Growth, where in some cases it is better kids go through that in college instead of with their career at that age.”
Ultimately, the decision to sign or go to college is one that is personal, and the pros and cons differ from individual to individual. In either case, the crosschecker offers the following advice:
“Whichever way they go, they need to make sure they’re committed to their decision 100 percent,” he said.
Wednesday, January 18, 2012
The Draft: College vs. Pro
Chris Webb has a great story on ESPN about The benefits of choosing college over pros (espn.com)