Not sure if this belongs here or not as it's kind of recruiting territory. Has anyone checked out the documentary on Netflix about Eastern Mississippi Community College? It's so good. If you aren't familiar with EMCC, they are loaded with 4 and 5 star talent from SEC country. It's a great behind the scenes look at the struggles some of these high profile athletes have trying to get a scholarship. If you closely follow recruiting, you'll recognize a lot of the players on the team. Most go there because they need to get their grades up. Some, like James Franklin III, transfer from big time programs so they don't have to sit out a year. James Franklin III comes off like a total diva/punk/disrespectful dude, who is a great athlete, but isn't a great qb. In fact, he doesn't even start. He also is the only guy with his own private dorm room. He says "That was part of the deal with me coming here. If they want me, I get my own dorm." You'll watch this, and shake your head as you see these kids, (whose only shot of making it, is to get there grades up), skip class, miss homework assignments, etc. On the field, they come across as undisciplined, but insanely talented. They usually win games by a score of like 60-7. 6 1 hr episodes.