by Andy Hilton, recruit757 The recruit757 Scholarship Workshop is back again! Our next big event is Tuesday, February 17 at Tidewater Performance in Newport News. You won’t want to miss it. If you’re a high school football player who’s serious about getting recruited to play football in college, you’ll want to be there. Admission is…
by Ralph D. Russo, AP Sports The College Football Playoff will help pay for the parents and guardians of Ohio State and Oregon football players to travel to the national championship game in North Texas on Monday. The NCAA granted a waiver Tuesday that allows the College Football Playoff to provide a reimbursement of up…
College programs have different methods for assessing players and making a decision on who lands an offer. Coach Bobby Wilder has very specific guidelines for his coaching staff when they’re identifying recruits and making decisions that will affect the team’s personnel for years to come. What’s happening on the inside? What goes on in coaches’ meetings while players are working hard and waiting for a scholarship offer?
For those of you that feel you are a DI or DII recruit, then the following applies to you. If you want to participate in NCAA Division I or II football, you must also be certified as an amateur student-athlete. The NCAA Eligibility Center will determine the amateurism eligibility of all freshman and transfer-college bound student-athletes for initial participation at an D-I or D-II college or university.
Now that we’re at the halfway point in the offseason, it’s good to reinforce the value of off season work. Since the season ended four to five months ago, what have you done to keep your edge?
The following notes are drawn from an article I read on a football website called RUNCODHIT. He talks about his thoughts on LEADERSHIP. I think they are appropriate for any athlete or coach.
Information received this morning places Willie Gillus, Jr. into role of Head Coach of the Southampton Indian football team. Gillus replaces Wes Griffith, who was released from his duties near the end of last season.
Coach Bryan Potts time has come. After seven years as an assistant coach at crosstown King’s Fork High School, including the last six years as a defensive coordinator, Potts has moved on to take the reins as Head Coach at Lakeland.
Tallwood High School was generous enough to share this advice, and it’s a great series of one liners that will help every parent and player through the recruiting process. It’s credited to Buckell Head Coach Joe Susan. Read and learn…
Dale Marks of Southampton Academy has a passion for football and a strong desire to win. That isn’t different from most coaches, nor should it be. What’s different about Coach Marks is what makes his talent pool as good as one from a school with 1500 students.