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Harry's flying skill was complimented by Victor Krum himself (book 4), who was at that time one of the best Seekers in the world, as well as Ludo Bagman, a former professional Quidditch player, sports castersportscaster, and the Head of the Magical Games Department. (no book with me at work if anyone can help me out with edit quotes.)

Another interesting point is that, most likely, professional leagues would draft star players on House Quidditch teams, as there was no Wizarding college from which professional teams could recruit good players. Krum himself was drafted while still attending Durmstrang.

Harry's flying skill was complimented by Victor Krum himself (book 4), who was at that time one of the best Seekers in the world, as well as Ludo Bagman, a former Quidditch player, sports caster, and the Head of the Magical Games Department. (no book with me at work if anyone can help me out with edit quotes.)

Another interesting point is that, most likely, professional leagues would draft star players on House Quidditch teams, as there was no Wizarding college from which professional teams could recruit good players. Krum himself was drafted while still attending Durmstrang.

Harry's flying skill was complimented by Victor Krum himself (book 4), who was at that time one of the best Seekers in the world, as well as Ludo Bagman, a former professional Quidditch player, sportscaster, and the Head of the Magical Games Department (no book with me at work if anyone can help me out with edit quotes)

Another interesting point is that, most likely, professional leagues would draft star players on House Quidditch teams, as there was no Wizarding college from which professional teams could recruit good players. Krum himself was drafted while still attending Durmstrang.

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Harry's flying skill was complimented by Victor Krum himself (book 4), who was at that time one of the best Seekers in the world, as well as Ludo Bagman, a former Quidditch player, sports caster, and the Head of the Magical Games Department. (no book with me at work if anyone can help me out with edit quotes.)

Another interesting point is that, most likely, professional leagues would draft star players on House Quidditch teams, as there was no Wizarding college from which professional teams could recruit good players. Krum himself was drafted while still attending Durmstrang.

Harry's flying skill was complimented by Victor Krum himself (book 4), who was at that time one of the best Seekers in the world, as well as Ludo Bagman, a sports caster and the Head of the Magical Games Department. (no book with me at work if anyone can help me out with edit quotes.)

Another interesting point is that, most likely, professional leagues would draft star players on House Quidditch teams, as there was no Wizarding college from which professional teams could recruit good players. Krum himself was drafted while still attending Durmstrang.

Harry's flying skill was complimented by Victor Krum himself (book 4), who was at that time one of the best Seekers in the world, as well as Ludo Bagman, a former Quidditch player, sports caster, and the Head of the Magical Games Department. (no book with me at work if anyone can help me out with edit quotes.)

Another interesting point is that, most likely, professional leagues would draft star players on House Quidditch teams, as there was no Wizarding college from which professional teams could recruit good players. Krum himself was drafted while still attending Durmstrang.

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Harrys flying skill was complemented by Victor Krum himself(book 4), at the time the best seeker in the world, as well as ludo bagman, the head of the magical games department, and sports caster. (no book with me at work if anyone can help me out with edit quotes.) Another interesting point, is that most likely star players on house quiditch teams, would be drafted by the professional leagues as their was no "college" were typically we see pro's drafted from. With other good players probably getting drafted by minor league teams. We can speculate this because Krum himself was drafted while still at school.

Harry's flying skill was complimented by Victor Krum himself  (book 4), who was at that time one of the best Seekers in the world, as well as Ludo Bagman, a sports caster and the Head of the Magical Games Department. (no book with me at work if anyone can help me out with edit quotes.)

Another interesting point is that, most likely, professional leagues would draft star players on House Quidditch teams, as there was no Wizarding college from which professional teams could recruit good players. Krum himself was drafted while still attending Durmstrang.

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