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All she wants to do is play
Position switch no issue for NC senior, Converse signee Abbigale Outlaw
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NORTH CENTRAL’S ABBIGALE OUTLAW, fourth from left, signed a letter of intent to continue her academic and softball endeavors at Converse College while being seated alongsde her family, includes her younger sister and NCHS student/softball player, Julianne; her 1-year-old brother, Sammy; her father, Joey Outlaw; and her mother, Annabelle Outlaw. Looking on are NCHS athletic director Tyronne Drakeford, NCHS asst. softball coach Christy Holley and Lady Knights head softball coach Mike Grigsby. - photo by Tom Didato/C-I
College coaches usually try to sell a recruit’s mother as much as they do a student-athlete when trying to woo a high school student to attend their school and play for their program. If mom trusts you, the school of thought goes, she then becomes an adjunct recruiter for you.