College Football Recruiting
We compared you with every college football player in the nation and found which division you’re most likely to play at based on your grades, height, and weight.
No. You should pursue the schools your interested in, but also pursue schools that are in the recommended division since that’s where your best chances of being recruited are. This does not mean give up on your dream school, but it is a valuable tool to show you where you should dedicate most of your focus.
Now that you have your prospect score you should make a list of schools that are in that division. See which schools are in locations you’re comfortable living in, offer academic programs your interested in, and then reach out to the coaches at those schools with a short but descriptive email stating your interest in them and why you would be a good addition to the team.
If you don’t feel comfortable writing emails or don’t know what to do next, we can help. Click on the link at the bottom of the page to get in touch with a recruiting coach and take the next step to getting recruited.
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