This board is like groundhog day, every couple of months getting into the pointless conversation about the new reality of high school football in Southern California as it relates to Bosco/MD and now JSerra. I think everyone agrees that the transfer game is out of control and these changes aren't all good. That being said though, in all the negative news I think it's important to remember that these school are also giving lower income and minority students the opportunity to get a great education and the chance to play football (and other sports) at a very high level. For all the stories we hear of players leaving, getting suspended, etc, there are other stories of the "bussed in kids" receiving opportunities they may not have had at their home schools. While there are unfortunate situations where kids/parents may be using the school solely for athletic purposes and then leaving soon after, there are also cases like DJ Bailey who had a "scholarship" to JSerra for four years and ended up at Harvard University. Not every student athlete is going to fully realize the opportunity they are given from these scholarships, but many do.