Will Technology Save College Football Recruiting?

Will Technology Save College Football Recruiting?

Coronavirus and Sports - March 31, 2020 - 12:51

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to stall the sports world, the next generation of athletes waits in the wings. High school football players across the country face daunting new obstacles in the already daunting task of figuring out their prospects for the college game, and whether their first choice of college feels the same way about them. Sports Illustrated Director of Football Recruitment and college football recruiting analyst John Garcia Jr explains how technology is allowing recruiter and recruit to get creative in an unprecedented time.

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