Harriton head coach Hal Smith cannot believe the accusations that have been made about his star pupil.
"He is a good kid, he was really looking forward to the opportunity to play in The U.S. Army All-American Bowl and now that is up in the air," said Smith. "I can assure you this young man has not done anything that any other normal 17-year old high school student has not done. Apparently since people don't know the truth about the situation, they feel the need to make up their own version, and that is a shame."
Smith is hopeful, as is Bright that Callahan may get the opportunity to take the field in San Antonio.
"They have sent some letters and stuff, but there's been no decision made as far as I know," said Smith.
Bright recently returned from an official visit to Texas A&M, it had been rumored that Bright may have committed to the Aggies.
Bright was originally planning on making an announcement at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, since his status for the game is in doubt so is his decision.
"I will probably decide on signing day."
Academics have also been a topic of internet fodder recently; Bright gave Scout.com an update on his status in the classroom as well.
"I have a 2.4 GPA, I'm a little short on the SAT test, but I'll be taking it again in January. I'm not real far off, but I need to work on it," said Bright. "I'm currently working with one of our math teachers on it now."
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