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Three-star recruit Dominic Magee tweets texts messages from Oklahoma State, Alabama, Oklahoma, Colorado coaches

Aug 6, 2013, 12:35 PM EDT

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Aside from the lone Division III letter, communication with college coaches was really limited for me as a high school player. But thanks to Helen Cox High (La.) point guard Dominic Magee, I, and the rest of his more than 360 Twitter followers, now have an understanding of what the relationship between a college coach and a high school recruit is like.

Magee, is a 6-foot-3 guard with a three-star rating from Rivals. He holds offers from programs such as Alabama, Arizona, Houston, Kansas State, LSU, Memphis, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas A&M and UCLA.

About two weeks ago, Magee posted text message conversations he’s had with coaches from Alabama, Colorado, Oklahoma and even Travis Ford of OK State. Last Wednesday, Matt Lombardi collected the tweets and posted them on CollegeSpun.com (since deleted).

The first is from Ford himself:

source:  This one is from Colorado assistant Rodney Billups, who is entering his third season with the Buffaloes:

source:  One from Alabama associate head coach John Brannen (side note: absolutely love the ‘Roll Tide’ ending):

source:  The last is sent from Oklahoma assistant coach Chris Crutchfield:

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Not sure how these college coaches feel about their conversations uploaded to the Internet, but nonetheless it’s a cool inside look at how coaches communicate with prospects, especially Ford and his exclamation points. Though his excitement might be understandable when you see Magee’s highlights from last month’s Reebook Breakout Challenge.

  1. eagles512 - Aug 6, 2013 at 3:03 PM

    Ford should realize those exclamation points are terrible.

  2. bigbenh8tr - Aug 6, 2013 at 5:37 PM

    Please please please hire some new IT guys to fix your mobile site so I don’t have to go read espn.com

    Its ridiculous you are this poor with it and its not compatible on any mobile devices besides let me guess, apple. Get w the times, look at Samsung Google nexus tablets etc and work on your site so you can get more engaged readers who don’t need to use other sites during their commutes to/from work.

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