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Ohio State Loses Commitment From 5-Star Recruit
Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports
Jaheim Singletary, the No. 14 overall recruit in the 2022 class per 247Sports’ Composite Rankings, has officially de-committed from Ohio State...

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I'm nearly certain that recruits are using the "respect my decision" phrase just to trigger people who are triggered by it.
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So I'm wondering what decision does he want us to respect??? The first one, second, third, etc?
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Don't know anything about the guy, but I truly despise anyone who uses the "my talents" phrasing.
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I had a long talk with Gawd last night "Respect my F'n decision"!!!!!!!
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NIL has given players more “value” and given them more “potential” at other landing spots. Free market at work. No longer amateur sport
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Yeah it's getting bad for sure for cfb as we all grew up loving it. Sad thing is it was ruined by people who don't care about about it the way any of us do. Heck the osu 5 star commit out of Southlake tx isn't playing his sr yr so he can enroll day and cash in on his project 7 figures. It's gonna be bad. Football players on campus were somewhat normal students, but now they won't be.
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Locker room will be pretty toxic too
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These teenagers have no idea what respek is, if they only knew how many people don't give a rats arse on where they go.
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Jesus H. Christ. Respek ma decision. Gimme a fricking break.
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It’s peak cringe, and has somehow become mainstream.
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You know the old saying: “Respect is demanded on twitter after breaking one’s word”
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must have gotten a higher NIL offer
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Bet we see a big drop-off in performance from skools like App State. Being an athlete of Nowhere U in the middle of the mountains will not reap the $$$ benefits.
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Do you have any idea how much money is in Boone/Blowing Rock? Not the best example.
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"Respect My Money Bag" Fixed that for you Jaheim.
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Guessing he's not a fan of all that Ryan Day "share the wealth" bullshite
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Perhaps you can explain what the "share the wealth" bull shite is. You seem to be an expert on Ohio State.
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Anyone that believes the highest bidder doesn't win for the top guys is naive. It's all about the size of the bag of cash handed out. Nobody does it better than Bama.
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Now that it's "legal", Bama won't be the top dog as it pertains to NIL's.
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What’s all this “Respect my decision” nonsense? I’ll be the judge of what I respect and don’t respect.
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usually a cry to "respect my decision" comes after doing something most people don't respect. just do it bro and ignore who respects it and who doesn't.
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This is already 'NOT NEWS' as the $$$$ RULE. How can this not change the game #SAD
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Some guy should tell his fiancé that he is going to start dating again (to see what options are open) and tell and her family/friends to “Respect my decision” and see how that goes.
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Reopening recruitment for a shot at an NIL bidding war
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Welcome to the new world of college recruiting. The most heavily recruited athletes will not commit until they've sucked every NIL dollar from every school they possibly can. And, by NIL dollar, I mean now-legal bribe and payoff for them and every possible family member. Before, they always ran the risk of being caught and would just go with the highest undee-the-table bidder. No need for that now.
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