Kristina Bigsby just solved college football’s biggest mystery. She can predict where high school players will commit. — It’s Interesting

By Jacob Bogage There is an entire industry built up around deciphering where 16- and 17-year-olds will play college football. Websites boast “crystal ball” predictions of where top high school recruits will suit up. Companies charge for premium subscriptions with claims that they can decode the caprice and whimsy of children. And then there’s Kristina […]

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Nick Saban, Alabama reportedly steal away one of the top recruiters in the nation — Fanbuzz – Sports News – NFL | NCAA | NBA | WWE

Of course he’s going to Alabama.

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5 things you should know about volleyball recruiting procedures — Infobrary

Admit it: you’ve been in your high school gymnasium, playing in an intense game of volleyball, when it hits you – you could see yourself doing this on a collegiate level. But, when it comes to sports, college is a whole different ballgame. From the volleyball recruiting process to how to make a volleyball recruiting […]

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Interview with Lindsey Blaine: Life as a Multi-Sport Athlete — Awesome Sports Project

BY LAUREN LUND | EDITORIAL INTERN I chose to interview Lindsey Blaine, a former high school and Division-I athlete. Before interviewing her, I was interested in the fact that she had played three sports in high school, but little did I know at one point in her high school career she played five sports, which […]

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Recruiting Tip: Three college coaches describe the traits of an ‘ideal recruit’ — USA TODAY High School Sports — Numbers Don’t Lie Productions™ Blog

The USA TODAY High School Sports Recruiting Tips are provided by our recruiting partner, Playced.com. College coaches have the difficult task of evaluating a potential recruit’s abilities and then projecting how successfully a 16 or 17-year-old athlete will adapt to college life. While each coach has his or her own way of evaluating athletes, you can… […]

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Concussions In Youth Sports Up 500 Percent According To Study — EricaSpeaksss

The concussion issues in sports have been a huge topic for years, especially in the NFL. A new study published by FAIR Health suggests that the issues have continued to become a huge concern across a range of youth sports in the United States for boys and girls. FAIR Health’s study concluded that concussion diagnoses for people under the age […]

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Recruiting Seminar Thanks — You Can Do More!

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Thanks to all who attended and helped at today’s recruiting seminar, Level the Playing Field, held this morning at William Chrisman High School. As I mentioned, most of the information can be found on this site via this link: Recruiting Links A copy of the PowerPoint presentation can be downloaded from this linkL Level the […]

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Should student-athletes be paid? — Global Sports Network

This year’s March Madness tournament has stirred up more than just people’s brackets. The pay-for-play debate has been reignited in the wake of the tournament’s major TV deals and seemingly never ending 63-game schedule. The Numbers According to Wallethub.cm, a small business and financial help website, CBS/Turner Broadcasting paid $10.4 billion to the NCAA for […]

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