"I'm not. She is an expert in the field. I'm sure she knows the difference. So far you have not presented any facts yourself. You just made a guess."Looks like it was a pretty good "guess."Only 2% of HS athletes get any sort of athletic scholarship to college, and most of those are not full scholarships, many are very minor scholarships.http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-505145_162-57516273/8-things-you...http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-505145_162-37242245/6-ways-to-wi...Small percentages of HS athletes that go on to play any college varsity sports (a small fraction of HS athletes- from rad's post/source). Of the thousands of colleges in the USA, only a small percentage are DI and DII schools (from my previous post)- the only schools that offer any sort of give any athletic scholarship. As an engineer, I assumed you had the mathematical chops to deduce that the percentage of HS athletes that go on to receive full scholarships is therefore extremely small. Looks like I was wrong.
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