« on: June 27, 2014, 05:46:37 PM »
What about BV of KS?
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For your information, on the table, and has been in discussion between the team captains and myself, is an issue of state allegiance. This is an issue that has come up before, particularly the first year, when I wasn't prepared to think about it, in the rush to get the event underway that Fall. I don't believe it was mentioned last year, but probably would have affected the same folks asking about it the previous year. To be honest, I don't think the people in question would have made either sides team, however could obviously been captains picked. The difference this year is a player, that had been on a team previously, has moved out of his state of allegiance. That player is Shanan Carson.
Anyway, the issue is players living on one side of the state line, but their true allegiance is to the other state. This issue will continue to crop if not addressed at this time when it affects a team level player.
I am posting this so there is no mistaking what is being proposed.
A player living on one side of the state line, but wanting to play for the other side has to meet at least one of the following criteria to claim state allegiance:
A) Raised in and graduated high school in said state,
B) Graduated from College in said state,
C) Have had residency in said state continuously, to the present, for 15+ years
That's it, no other reasons will be accepted to establish true allegiance. Players still need to meet the currently living within the area requirement to even be considered under this amendment.
Once a player establishes allegiance to a state and has played on that sides team, they can never play for the other side.
Finally, players that need to use the allegiance amendment to get on the team of their state allegiance must be selected with a captains pick or alternate spot. No qualifying spots can be obtained by a player using the allegiance amendment.
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