For those who think college football programs have gone too far with offering young players scholarships, Nevada wants you to hold its beer. We’ve seen a number of middle school players get offered full rides this off-season, with new FAU coach Lane Kiffin being a major player in the “early offer” game. While at USC, Kiffin made headlines for offering then-seventh grade quarterback David Sills, who is now a West Virginia wide receiver. Nevada’s Jay Norvell may have outdone Kiffin though. According to former Louisville defensive back Mike Evans, now a Los Angeles-area trainer, the Wolf Pack extended an offer to nine-year old Havon Finney Jr.