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Jordan Burroughs
Congratulations to all the high school recruits signing there NLI’s today! For those still looking for a home, stay patient and encouraged. You never know when your break will come. It’s never too late to be great!
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Nate SC/INSTA USSN8 14 Nov 18
Replying to @alliseeisgold
Plenty of good role models in sports but none better then those involved in the sport of wrestling. Great message JB
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PinecrestWrestling 15 Nov 18
Awesome message. Appreciate the truth to the kids! Thanks for being a great role model and ambassador the the sport of Wrestling!!! Keep grinding and working hard. Take our to the next level!
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George A Alexiades 15 Nov 18
Replying to @alliseeisgold
Alex started wrestling after he met you at a clinic in Naperville Illinois 4 years ago. He wrestles with the headgear you signed and touches your name every time he battles.
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Misael Hernandez 15 Nov 18
Replying to @alliseeisgold
Nice shirt
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Dan Crain 15 Nov 18
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Paul G 14 Nov 18
Replying to @alliseeisgold
Great advice speaking like a true icon of the sport....... and a great father class act J.B.
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LSJr 15 Nov 18
Replying to @alliseeisgold
Wow! What a fantastic message to the young people. On their behalf, thank you for taking the time to sit down and show concern for their lives. You truly embody what it is to be a Champion.
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Troy Patton 15 Nov 18
Replying to @alliseeisgold
Olympic champion and project ability. Say no more. Look ahead and keep your sights on your goals.
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Reset Sports 15 Nov 18
Replying to @alliseeisgold
That was awesome of Jordan to speak life & positivity into the young athletes coming up and don’t know the process.
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Adam Jenkins 15 Nov 18
Replying to @alliseeisgold
Do you think sitting by the phone all day waiting on a call and not getting any calls motivated you to go on to win state and senior nationals that year?
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