Word is that Houston Aldine RB Dontae Williams was also a Lyles recruit. The story also quotes the president of the Greater Houston Football Coaches Association, and they want to get rid of the street agents. "We want to deal with college coaches, and they want to deal with us," Carson said. "I've talked to college coaches from (Texas coach) Mack Brown on down." Yep, no surprise there. Mack Brown and Texas are probably behind getting in their ears to stop these creepy street agents from targeting their young players. Mack has indeed been busy lately.
Carson explained the need for accountability and why street agents are bad for everyone. Gee, I wonder why the coaches have to collectively get together to stop the street agents/handlers instead of the NCAA. Hmmm.
Carson said "If a college coach mistreats my kid, if he does something wrong, there is a process and people I can go to and say this gentleman is not handling my kid right, or is doing something unethical," he said. "Who do I go to if street agents are dealing with my kids? Who regulates them? Who certifies them? Who do I go to if a person is giving my kids bad advice or leading them down the wrong path? Who do I go to? Who regulates him? Nobody."
The story also talks about the relationship Lyles had with Lache Seastrunk. Lyle's influence was so strong that the Temple HC was told to stay out of the Temple RB's recuitment. Lyles also allegedly lived at Seastrunk's house during his recruitment. That is just plain creepy as hell. No wonder Mack just stayed away from him.