prevented anything from seriously Jaden Newman being recruited by a college sports program and she's only the. I started playing basketball when I was 3. Reporter: At 4'5" she first made headlines in... See More
prevented anything from seriously Jaden Newman being recruited by a college sports program and she's only the. I started playing basketball when I was 3. Reporter: At 4'5" she first made headlines in January after scoring a spot on her local high school varsity team with 12th graders now being recruited by the university of Miami's basketball program. A distinction usually earned by players nearly twice her age. Here she is with the official recruitment letter. They showed me around. This he showed me their basketball court and they showed me like all their campus. It was nice. Reporter: Jaden's father is also her trainer back home in Orlando. He says he's not surprised his little girl is being courted at the college level. Good job. I think it's just not kind of a hobby. It's a passion and a love that she has for the game. Reporter: But her achievement also drawing concern about the potential stresses such a young athlete might face. Both physically and emotionally. If it's a 9-year-old prodigy math whiz and he's taking college courses, it's okay. So when it comes to, you know, athletics it's the same thing. Reporter: As for Jaden she says she's not letting the hoopla get to her head. Just feel like a pretty Normal fourth grader. I'm just going to keep practicing hard and keep doing what I'm doing now. Reporter: Yeah, pretty Normal little girl who scores 14.8 points a game. That's her average, 7.5 assists is her average per game, not bad stats and we wanted to get you guys involved. What do you think is -- I know what you'll say. Is 9 too young to be recruited for college sports? 94% of you said yes. Only 6% think it's okay. I am with you. Keeps her going and keeps her inspired. Good thing to know you're wanted. Her dad had good points about that? She has a very good family on keeping her head on. In the 6%. But we should note even though Miami is the one that has already recruiting her, she said she wants to go to Connecticut. Go, huskies. The huskies. We'll see what happens.
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