Long after his reign on the page ended, his father finally discovered him, and the website has since been largely inactive. It never reached AKMat’s subscriber level, but it served its purpose and still has around 350 subscribers as of today. And most importantly, he didn’t have any trouble.
“When my dad finally found out, it wasn’t so bad; he’s a weighted guy,” Hopkins said. “When the cyberbullying was going on he was quite upset, but it had been about a year, a year and a half when he found out. To this day, honestly, I don’t know how he found out. He told me just texted me and my bros and said, “Guys, these rankings are so bad, you need to do better.” I tried to ask him how he found out, but he wouldn’t tell me. won’t say.
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The fear was deep enough that, during his recruiting visit, Hopkins told former coach Cary Kolat about the page, but his laughter was cut short so he could make sure to tell Kolat not to. tell his mother.
Kolat and the camels saw something they liked in him and the heir to the IG page. He and his brother Levi have made a college career wrestling for Campbell, and you still don’t know how Hopkins plans to motivate those around him like he did in high school.
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