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"I kind of let it make me miserable."Some aspects were a chore.
Already in the spotlight as the younger brother of Crimson Tide quarterback John Parker Wilson, Ross Wilson was the only player featured in two seasons. You never knew how they were going to portray you, so you had to watch.
You're not the twins from "Two-A-Days,"'" said Byron, a redshirt freshman defensive end. They were starving for recruiting attention, so playing for Hoover "kind of catapulted things," Byron said.
Though they are no longer dating, Mc Carty and Benton (now a UA student) stay in touch, unlike most of the characters.
Still, Mc Carty said, "I think they showed too much of my girlfriend and not as much who I am. The summer after the second season, his mom's brain cancer relapsed after being in remission for nearly nine years. Except that recently, doctors told Mc Carty they found no trace of the cancer."That's when I found the Lord," he said. I got rid of [the drugs] and found a new group of friends who actually care about who I am."MTV recently attempted to follow up with the players and provide an update. "I'm just done with it," he said, though not bitterly. They embraced their own celebrity and appreciated the show, but they are slightly embarrassed about it.
Two featured stars from Season 1 play college football -- receiver Cornelius Williams (Troy) and rover Max Lerner (Furman).
From Season 2, Brandon and Byron Clear play at Clemson, while Michael De John walked on at the University of Alabama. Some, like Ross Wilson, the quarterback for both seasons, changed sports. Others, like defensive lineman Mark Mc Carty, changed the way they live.
He briefly considered whether he liked the show."No," said Wilson, who hit .295 with 15 home runs as a freshman second baseman. It turned out well, but it was a lot to worry about."Players did some nitpicking.