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Sampson James Garners National Attention With New Offers

Avon standout running back Sampson James has added a couple of offers that make the statement he has arrived on the national stage. Florida State and Georgia are the latest to offer James. The senior-to-be currently holds offers from Midwest perennial powers in Ohio State, Michigan and Notre Dame. Ohio State is said to be … Continue reading

Coming of Age, Age and Eligibility, Varsity Stats vs Starts, 1st Grade; Hold Em and Gold Em

A good friend of mine actually wrote this (Eric Dailey).  A very good read: High School sports are becoming ever more competitive.   According to Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) a student who is nineteen (19) years of age on the scheduled date of the IHSAA State Finals in a sport shall be eligible as … Continue reading

Evansville Showcase: Recap

Evansville – Close to 150 high school football players attended the College Showcase on Sunday, hosted by Elliott Quarterback Academy, powered by Indiana Preps. The event was a success in terms of athetes receiving quality instruction and impressing the list of college coaches in attendance. Top Performers OL Cole Woods, Castle #4 (2019) – Good … Continue reading

Ohio State and LSU extend offers

Iowa commit defensive back DJ Johnson announced on Twitter that he received an offer from the LSU Tigers, widely known for producing NFL defensive backs. 2019 standout wide receiver David Bell earned an offer from the Ohio State Buckeyes. Bell the No. 1 ranked prospect in our 2019 INPrep50.

The top 5 ways to “connect” with college coaches

There are many ways to introduce yourself to a college coach, but here are the top 5 ways. Email In today’s world, sending an email is the most efficient way to start a dialogue with a college coach. That being said, it only works if you are contacting appropriate schools. Potential recruits and their parents … Continue reading

4 Simple Tips for College Recruiting Series – Making Connections

Athletic recruiting is based on building relationships with schools and coaches. As an athlete, you will need to stand out from the crowd. You will want to leave a strong, positive impression on everyone you meet. With a few simple steps, your name will be hard to forget. 1. PERSONALIZE YOUR INTERACTIONS – With personalization, you … Continue reading

The Timeline

Over the last several days, I have had a few conversations from parents seeking this particular subject information. So I decided to post to you all this very important information.. Time is wasting. Please review and let me know if you have any further questions. Parent & Athlete Timeline This is a time line and … Continue reading

If I’m just now getting playing time as a senior, is it too late to get recruited?

Not necessarily, since it’s this late in the game you’ll likely have to do a lot of the footwork on your own! Yes, coaching staffs are offering students earlier and earlier, but signing classes aren’t always finalized until Signing Day, or even later. Coaches may have solid commitments from enough players at your position, so … Continue reading

A Real Discussion…… On Recruiting

Hello, my name is Chris Norris.  Considering that we have been thru quite an experience with the recruiting process with my son Madison, we have learned a significant amount of info on the recruiting game these last few years.  Recruiting is a game of “who you know” and “being at the right place at the … Continue reading

If I’m a freshman on varsity, should I send college coaches my film?

It’s not necessary, as a freshman it’s best to focus your time on developing your position-skills, speed, size and academics. Instead of spending hours reaching out to coaches, put that time into your improvements and give yourself another year to become even better. The recruiting process can be quite time consuming, time that is better … Continue reading