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Apr/2014

Upcoming Camps
Below are the following camps/combines i will be attending.

May 31, 2014: 10th Annual Tampa Bay High school Football Combine at the University of TampaJune 7, 2014: Will Muschamp Gator Football Camp at the University of FloridaJune 13, 2014: Orange and Blue Football Camp at Savannah State UniversityJune 21, 2014: USF One Day Camp at the University of South Florida

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23
Apr/2014

College Softball Coach Gives Recruiting Advice
Recruit Look clients and their families are trained and educated on how to properly navigate their way through the recruiting process.   A lot of myths, misconceptions, and harsh realities are out there. A D3 softball coach recently stated some not so common sense advice on how to communicate with college softball coaches this time of year.  Can you imagine what a D1 college softball coach is like to communicate with?- Every coach is different, but they all appreciate hearing from qual... Read More




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Apr/2014

Intangibles that College Football Coaches Look For
The college football recruiting process is continuously growing more competitive for the college coaches.   Student-athletes nowadays are bigger, faster, and stronger more each year.   Video and stats are more available due to technology advances too.   The college coaches have to recruit outside the box now...more prospects out there for them to have to differentiate from in order to make their respective college programs succeed = bringing in more revenue for their school's athl... Read More




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Apr/2014

2016 OL/DL Sean Behrens Summer plans to attend USA National Development...
Summer plans are set and what a busy summer it will be. As I mentioned before I attended the USA Regional Development Camp at end of February. I was chosen and honored to attend the invite only USA National Development Camp in July. I have picked the July 14-19 camp to attend in College Station, TX. The reason I picked that week is I have several Texas colleges on my list of schools and would love the opportunity to see and do work with some of the Texas coaches and talent. I look forward to goi... Read More




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Apr/2014

CJ Riddell making noise in the 2015 football recruiting class
Athlete Spotlight : CJ Riddell CJ Riddell is a 2015 football recruit from Orlando, Florida. Story By: Marc Bowman National Recruiting Analyst - RecruitLook.com ----------------- C.J. Riddell is the kind of player everyone likes to recruit. Talented, strong and smart, he makes coaches look smart, too. The 6'2", 280-pound offensive lineman is extremely coachable, but also possesses exceptional football instincts. "He's a smart guy," said Orlando Bishop Moore head football coach Matt He... Read More



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