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 […]
Athletic Scholarship Advice for student-athletes
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 […]
#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 […]
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 […]
2021 Rivals Camp Schedule (More dates/locations to be announced later at RivalsCampSeries.com) Top performers at each combine will be invited to participate in the Rivals Camp Series the following day in the same city. LINK: More on what to expect at Rivals Combines Dallas, TX […]
Q: How can I improve my mental toughness and confidence? I use to be mentally tougher but am going through a slump.
A: It’s natural, even the best athletes doubt themselves at some point. You will likely have many people tell you that you won’t make it, you aren’t good enough, that you aren’t talented… believe me, it’s extremely tough to tune out and ignore, but you […]
A: Relax—GREATNESS takes time! Players don’t develop over weeks or a few months, it takes a year or years to begin to see significant differences. It’s up to you to decide if you are willing to put in the time and it’s up to you […]
Q: How can I find a balance between earning a scholarship and spending time with friends and family?
A: Having the goal of playing sports on the collegiate level comes with great sacrifice. It won’t be easy, it’s a time-consuming process and you will have to devote a lot of energy to improve and play on the next level. And once you’re a […]
A: Coaches recruit Junior College players in the same way as they recruit high school players. In fact, many NCAA programs and coaches put quality time into scouting and evaluating Junior College players every season. If you are playing at a Junior College and aren’t […]