NCAA’s Satellite Camp Ban Could Cost Kids Like This One a Chance at College

Posted by Greg Couch on April-25-2016 Add Comments

Jaeveyon Morton isn't a piece of someone's turf. He isn't a piece of meat. He's not a commodity or a statistic. No, he is a 16-year-old sophomore at Martin Luther King High School in Detroit. He has dreams.

Football talent, smarts, athleticism, a work ethic, a face, a name, hopes and dreams.

"I want to go to college and play football," he says.

The amazing thing is, even though he's only 5'9", he is good enough to achieve this dream.

But money is tight because his dad has health issues. Morton has...

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