Huntington Prep Coach Rob Fulford said last week Macon was at his original high school re-taking three courses and hoping to use those grades to replace old ones and then raise his GPA.
Still, Macon's larger issue wasn't with his GPA, which last week Fulford said was about a 2.4.
Macon hoped a slight GPA increase from the new courses would mean a slightly lower ACT score required for eligibility.
Fulford said Tuesday he wasn't completely sure what Macon was doing for the upcoming season because the ACT score isn't in yet.
"He's supposed to be re-taking classes and had he got those up and came up, I think, four points in the ACT, which is doable, than everything would have been fine," Fulford said.
"They may have just decided to push it back a year."
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