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October 19, 2010

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George Dohrmann's new book on AAU youth basketbal: Telling the ugly truth about how “this” system in our high school basketball facilitates the manipulation of talented young kids to be used by unethical recruiting brokers for financial gain! This is the beginning point of the established “informal pimping” system to recruit the top kids for select College basketball programs. It’s not about academics nor what’s best for the student athlete! It is about doing whatever is necessary to recruit a “financial investment” by a group of self-interested, dishonest individuals that run AAU programs and their “unethical” relationships with coaches from some of the top NCAA basketball programs! This is a must read for secondary educators in leaderships positions such as Superintendents and Principals, and State Sports Governance entities as well as college Presidents and the NCAA.

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