By: Suzanne Weyn Report by: Connor
Kadeem is the quarterback (position in football) for Southside High School and he has a friend named Ty who is the fullback (another position in the sport, football). During their senior year football season recruits start to notice their talents. One of the recruits is named Frank Harris and he is from Teller University which has the best football program in the state, and he has an interesting style when he recruits athletes. Then there is Alyssa, who is a cheerleader for Teller.... enough said. Another big recruit is named Roy Fellows who is the assistant coach for Peterson which is a rival school of Teller.
This book is in 1st person
Which characters play important roles that relate to the overall theme?
Frank Harris violated almost every recruiting rule but no one would stand up to him or make notice that he was violating the rules. Then Roy Fellows and Kadeem's father convinces Kadeem to go to the head of NCAA and tell them about Teller.
If the book was well written, what made it that way?
The book was well written but it was to short to make a good story.
What was the author’s purpose for writing this book?
To entertain. You could also learn more about recruiting rules
Would you recommend this book?
I would not recommend this book because nothing really ever happens and it's to short to proved any detail or a good story
The theme of this book is to do the right thing. Kadeem really wanted to go to Teller because of their football team and the very very nice cheerleaders there, but he knew that they weren't following the rules so he turned the school in.