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The NCAA is putting on a recruiting showcase at the Final Four

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How much do you want to bet that they charge for this event?

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Happy Tuesday, ‘Nova Nation! Wouldn’t ya know, but the NCAA stays the NCAA and will put on a showcase of the best high school kids in the country at the Final Four. For now, they say the event will be open to parents and media.

Keep in mind, the event is in the same venue as the Final Four. How much would you be willing to bet that the NCAA doesn’t open this even to the public, put tickets on the market, and open up a new line of business making money off of kids who aren’t even college basketball players yet?

And now, the “news.”

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