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GET RECRUITED TO PLAY COLLEGE FOOTBALL

If you are serious about putting on the pads on Saturdays and giving it your all on the field, then you have to get your name out there to college coaches. There are thousands of college football hopefuls and you need to do everything you can to stand out from the pack. The most important thing you can do is create an online football recruiting profile and put all of your stats and video online so that coaches can easily recruit you. College coaches and scouts now prefer recruiting athletes online rather than going to see them play live. Why would a coach watch one athlete play live on a Friday night when they can watch 50+ highlight videos in the comfort of their home? Plus the coach also gets personal and academic information as well. It's pretty simple really; if you want to get recruited to play college football, you must have an online recruiting profile.

HOW TO GET A FOOTBALL SCHOLARSHIP

Once you have decided that you want to play at the next level, you have to think seriously about what level of competition is best for you. There are many great levels, from top-tier NCAA D1 schools, to your local Junior College. Do you want to go after a coveted football scholarship, or are you just happy to walk-on and play for your favorite team? Or, perhaps you’re a player that just wants to get their name out there and see what opportunities exist and what schools and college football coaches are interested in recruiting you.

For a more detailed football scholarship breakdown go to: http://scholarshipstats.com/football.html

Being a great player is important initially to get on coaches' radar, but you need to do a lot more than just play well to get recruited. Football coaches are looking to recruit excellent teammates for their squad and they care a lot about locker room culture. In addition, you have to have strong academics in order to get recruited and stay eligible to compete. At the college level, student-athletes have to care about not only their sport, but also their grades in order to be out there competing on Saturdays.

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