5 Things To Know About Post-Grad Years
Post-Grad, or simply PG years are widely misunderstood by parents and players. Let's see if they're right for you.
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#1: What is a PG Year?
It is a year taken in between HS and college at a prep school or PG-only program. You don't use your NCAA eligibility because you're not enrolling in a college, get a chance to improve your grades, get independence living on your own, and (usually) exposure to a higher level of football.
#2: Where are PG Years?
The NEPSAC prep school league in New England is where I would start. However, there are many PG-only programs popping up as well, albeit with mixed results.
#3: Can Everyone PG?
No. The NEPSAC only has a handful of slots. But, PG-only programs are unlimited since their entire team consists of post-grad players.
#4: Will I Get A Scholarship to PG?
If you are dynamic you have a good shot. The needs of each team determine who they want for a PG and how much money they will give them.
#5: Will I Go D1?
While prep schools increase the probability of attracting attention from bigger college football programs they are not fast passes to FBS programs.
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