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10-28-2011, 01:36 PM
Ward Cornell
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Originally Posted by Rabid Ranger View Post
I don't think anyone is saying the CHL is populated by dummies, but if you think the percentage of athletes who view education as a priority is anywhere close to that of the NCAA (which in itself is debatable) I don't know what to say.
But your point is skewed by the fact that the NCAA players are already in university so naturally they will help your figures.
Also isn't there a majority of players not on athletic scholarships (or partial) so they are there for the education and the athletics are "fun and nice to do".

I suspect the % of CHL players who places a priority on education would match up favourably with the general high school population in Canada or the U.S..

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