I feel for you, I do. But I don't really understand how the tests were different and prejudicial to your player...
Well take for instance a kid that goes to school in NC and has made Ds in a number of his classes but his GPA is still around a 2.5 and is doing well enough to graduate from his particular high school. Then, look at Lorenzo Brown's transcript for instance and he has made the same number of Ds as the aforementioned NC kid, has the same GPA, and isn't allowed to graduate because at his particular school the classes are C walled instead of D walled. Therefore, the NC kid qualifies because he walked at graduation and Lorenzo Brown does not because he didn't walk.
Like I said...blame should not be taken away from Lorenzo because ultimately they are his grades. But if his transcript is identical to another kid from the states of North Carolina/Florida/Kentucky etc...then why should he be held back just because he went to a tougher school? I wouldn't be saying this if ONE governing body (the NCAA Clearinghouse) didn't preside over every case in the country. They are the ultimate authority that said he was denied ability to go to college on an athletic scholarship although his transcript was the same as other kids they allowed to go.
The ONLY difference separating Lorenzo from say...Derrick Favors is the fact that Favors went to a small school in Atlanta that has a reputation for being a diploma mill. This is what happens when all athletes are not held to the same standard. Lorenzo got a tough break because he goes to a school that C walls their classes...anything below a C for that particular school (Centennial HS) is a failing grade.