High School football is kicking of...or not, depending on where you are in the U-S. The coronavirus pandemic has wreaked havoc over the return of sports, and high school athletics are not excluded. For example, student-athletes in Washington state are petitioning to governor Jay Inslee to allow fall sports to be played as scheduled instead of in the spring. Meanwhile, several Georgia high schools have had to push back their season openers due to COVID-19 outbreaks. So, how does this impact student-athletes looking for that elusive college scholarship? Zack Poff, National Football Editor at MaxPreps, discusses how devastating decisions by some states to push the fall season into the spring could be for top student-athletes