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Each RecruitLook member gets their own personalized blog. Use the blog to voice your opinion on the latest sporting news, or use the blog to promote your athletic accomplishments. A blog is a great way to quickly get information out to the masses. Athletes can blog about big games, upcoming tournaments, season awards, or where they might be committing to play college athletics. Coaches can write about recruits they need, how their athletic program is doing, or where they might be on upcoming recruiting stops. The blog is designed for all members to provide commentary to the community.
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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




15
Apr/2014

A college commitment and parent testimonial
by recruit
Garrett Wright will be playing baseball at College of Central Florida Garrett came to RecruitLook seeking guidance with his college recruitment. He had the skills to play at the next level, but he just needed to know how to reach his end goal. We are pleased that Garrett will be able to continue his baseball career at the collegiate level. The reason why RecruitLook is in the recruiting business is for testimonails like the one Garrett's mom gave us. Thanks for the support! "My son... Read More




11
Apr/2014

College coaches get creative to gain a recruiting edge
by recruit
College recruiting is a tough business to be in.  It is more competitive than most people think.  Hundreds of coaches vying for the same recruits make it difficult to stand out from the pack.  It is a lot like the good looking girl in school.  Every guy wants to talk to her, so why is she going to choose you when you stumble through the same pickup lines as the guy before you?  Now, if you could play “Piano Man” on the piano, captivate the room on the karaoke machine... Read More




11
Apr/2014

Does the NCAA have a division two sliding scale?
by recruit
The NCAA has a grade sliding scale for those athletes that have lower GPA’s, but have higher ACT/SAT scores and vice versa.  Some students are better in the classroom, while some excel more on standardized test; the sliding scale gives athletes flexibility to gain eligibility with the NCAA Eligibility Center based off their academics. View the division one sliding scale The NCAA sliding scale is only applicable for division one recruiting.  Division two has core course requirement... Read More




06
Apr/2014

2016 OL/DL Sean Behrens Spring Update Football Track and Wrestling
It's been a very busy but great Spring so far. I was invited to the Nike Orlando NFTC Camp in March. That was a great camp and I learned a lot of new technique's from the coaches. The drills were great! I was able to work out and compete with some of Floridas top talent and I realized during 1on1's that I have to work on my hands and flexibility. I also attended the National Underclassmen Showcase in Tampa. I posted my personal bests in broad jump at 8'-3" and shuttle at 4.59 seconds. Our footba... Read More



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