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What 20 Years, 100+ Coaches, 1 BCS National Title & a Few Heisman Trophy Winners Taught Me About the Recruiting Game

What 20 Years, 100+ Coaches, 1 BCS National Title & a Few Heisman Trophy Winners Taught Me About the Recruiting Game

NEWEST BOOK: NOW AVAILABLE ON AMAZON! CLICK HERE TO ORDER! Learn insider tips on how the NCAA recruiting process works, including: – The #1 Rule to get Noticed – NCAA / NAIA Academic Requirements – 8 Reasons Why Players May Begin to be Recruited – […]

Roster Management: Pandemic Impact on NCAA Recruiting

Roster Management: Pandemic Impact on NCAA Recruiting

ESPN: What college football coaches learned from the pandemic last year WEST VIRGINIA COACH Neal Brown is hesitant when he says there are positive things to be gained from what he and his fellow coaches went through last season. “Maybe ‘positives’ isn’t the right word,” […]

NCAA: What the new Supreme Court ruling means for college sports, athletes

NCAA: What the new Supreme Court ruling means for college sports, athletes

Washtington Post: Soon, the NCAA as we know it will no longer exist. Good riddance. A cracked old cornerstone has been yanked out from under the NCAA by the Supreme Court, and it’s going to lead to the total collapse of that crude shanty house, […]

College Football Playoff Expansion: Reaction from the latest CFP Proposal

College Football Playoff Expansion: Reaction from the latest CFP Proposal

ESPN: College Football Playoff expansion roundtable – The good, the bad, the what-ifs Next week, the College Football Playoff management committee will consider a proposal to expand the CFP to 12 teams. The proposal calls for the bracket to include the six highest-ranked conference champions […]

TRENDING: NCAA Transfer Portal Roundup

TRENDING: NCAA Transfer Portal Roundup

Transfer Zone: LinkedIn for college athletes entering transfer portal There is a growing trend that keeps college coaches on their toes 24/7. Student-athletes deciding to leave their school and enter what is called the transfer portal – a database where other coaches can reach out […]

NIL: NCAA Name, Image, Likeness Updates

NIL: NCAA Name, Image, Likeness Updates

Yahoo Sports: ‘How the hell is this going to work?’ Coaches, recruits left in the dark with NIL deadline looming The high-major coaches crowded around the court to watch top-50 prospect Kyle Filipowski, a 6-foot-10 power forward at Wilbraham & Monson Academy who projects as […]

SAT/ACT: NCAA Drops Standardized Test Requirement for 2021-22

SAT/ACT: NCAA Drops Standardized Test Requirement for 2021-22

RECRUITING: NCAA Divisions I and II extend COVID-19 initial-eligibility policies Divisions I and II extend COVID-19 initial-eligibility policies Standardized test scores will continue to be optional Students who initially enroll full time during the 2021-22 or 2022-23 academic years and intend to play NCAA Division […]

RECRUITING: NCAA recruiting dead period ends after 15 months

RECRUITING: NCAA recruiting dead period ends after 15 months

The Athletic: College football coaches fret over a signee limit problem without simple answers: ‘We’re creating a bad cycle’ Mack Brown huddled up with his recruiting coordinator this offseason, trying to do the math. But the math is hard, and not just for the head […]

SCHOLARSHIPS: 10 Tips to go from Camper to Recruit this Summer

SCHOLARSHIPS: 10 Tips to go from Camper to Recruit this Summer

#1 – LET YOUR RECRUITING COACH KNOW THAT YOU ARE COMING AND WOULD LIKE AN EVALUATION: Call the camp office (the phone number should be on the brochure) a couple days before you go and tell the person who answers the telephone your name, position […]

20 Signs a Coach is Considering You for a Scholarship

20 Signs a Coach is Considering You for a Scholarship

Below are 20 signs that a college coach is interested in recruiting you. Depending on their interest level, their actions will vary. Remember, depending on your age, there are limits on to how coaches can recruit you and what type of contact they can have […]


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8 Reasons Why Players May Begin to be Recruited

8 Reasons Why Players May Begin to be Recruited

Players may begin to be recruited by college coaches if they…

#1: Were named as a great player by a reputable scouting service on a national or regional report that the coaches subscribe to

#2: Had impressive regional or national combine results (height, weight, speed, vertical, stats, notes) that were sent to the coaches

#3: Were an impressive player at a tournament or game where college coaches were scouting

#4: Were recommended by your high school or AAU coach, especially if your coach has had success throughout their career or has an established relationship with particular college coaches

#5: Stood out as a great player at a college or university camp

#6: Sent a highlight or game video to the coaches and they were impressed

#7: Were offered by a rival or comparable school within the conference or region

#8: Political ties (a best friend of a top recruit or family member of an influential person within the University or Athletic Department)