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Louisville Has Reportedly Offered A Scholarship To A 7th Grade QB

For better or worse, the college football recruiting cycle is starting earlier and earlier every year. Earlier this year, Rivals added two sixth grade players to its recruiting database. Now, Louisville has reportedly extended an offer to seventh grade quarterback Tee Webb according to his Twitter account.

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— Tee Webb (@teewebb9)

Pumped! Just got my 1st D-1 offer 4 FOOTBALL from the Louisville Cardinals! #GodsGrace#7thgrd#SpringFootball#QB THANK You @GarrickMcGee

— Tee Webb (@teewebb9) May 7, 2015

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According to his Twitter profile, the 13 year old is aleady 6-foot-3, and 170 pounds, so he's definitely way farther along than your average, or even above average, middle school player. We're not sure how we feel about players being offered this young, but here we are. What do you think, college football fans?