The Importance Of Recruiting In College Football

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The rushed pace of recruiting in college sports, waits on no one not even some of the nations top recruits. Many athletes during their recruiting process reports that the athletic recruitment process is not as lavish as it seems. Many get the idea that athletes are treated similar to royalty when it comes to their official visits on campus. But in reality the decision process is a tough decision for a high school senior to make. The opportunity to play football at the collegiate level is very limited. Only 6% of high school seniors will play football in college. With that being said only 1.7 percent of those who make it to college football will play in the NFL. So at the age of 17 or 18 these young men are faced with a very tough decision that

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