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June 2002

June 2002


Player Hand-offs

High school, college coaches work better together when players move on
by: Scott Kraft
© June 2002

Recruiting is an interestingly complex part of football that isn’t getting any easier on coaches at either the high school or college levels. It was never easy for college coaches to recruit players, traveling the country relying on tips and grainy videos and news accounts to try and form a college football roster.

While the Internet has made it easier to find out information about players, an explosion of ranking lists and fan Web sites has also made it easier than ever for fans to form their own assessments about incoming recruits. That the information may not always be reliable doesn’t play to anyone’s favor, but the end result is the recruiting process is ....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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