How to be a College Football Scout

College Football Scout

Many people believe they have the abilities to be a college football scout. But it’s not as easy as some may suspect. Even the best ex-football players and coaches can struggle to be a successful college football scout. National Scouting Report’s Director of Expansion, Larry Perrin, and a former college football scout explains, “football scouting … Read more

2019 D2 Prospects to Lift-Off June 15

2019 D2 prospects

2019 D2 prospects expecting to sign NCAA scholarships are poised for June 15. That is when Division II coaches in all sports can call and text prospects.  It is unquestionably a date every prospect anticipates as a lift-off point in their recruiting.  That is every well-informed prospect.  Sadly, there remain loads of rising juniors oblivious to the … Read more

Recruiting Enemy #1 Remains Wasted Time

Recruiting Enemy #1

A friend asked me, “What is today’s recruiting enemy #1?” The answer is simple and easy to identify.  And it’s maddening, too.  As a college scout for 13-plus years, I have watched families kill so much time.  So my friend, what is recruiting enemy #1?  It is without question wasted time. Parents vs. the Problem … Read more

How Parents Can Repel College Coaches

parents can repel college coaches

Parents can repel college coaches, for sure.  Every community has them.  Nobody wants them. Hovering over practices, games, matches, meets and scrimmages, they cast a dark cloud wherever they go.  They bug the heck out of coaches, organizations, officials, other parents, and even the kids. It is a shame, really, because sports should be fun for … Read more

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