It’s the ultimate college recruiting drive.
It involves getting to know your potential college teammate, watching their highlights and getting to hear what the school has to say about you.
But for a lot of people, it also involves taking a risk.
The recruiting process is notoriously difficult and can take hours and hours.
And while there’s a good chance you’ll be offered the scholarship by your local school, there’s no guarantee that they’ll even want to give it to you.
That’s why recruiting experts and experts on the recruiting side are taking a stand: we want you to know that we’re not afraid to take risks in order to win.
As a result, the number of players who enter the recruiting process at least one time in their career has increased dramatically.
The top five schools in the country have an average of 10 recruits per day, according to recruiting tracker Scout.com.
And this isn’t just because of the national exposure, but also because there’s more competition.
As of July 1, 247Sports ranked 247Sports’ Top247 players at every position in college football.
There are a few reasons why this is happening.
First, the rise in the number and quality of players entering the process has been driven by a number of factors.
Many of these players are highly recruited players who are willing to take a risk and play for a school who has an open scholarship.
But others aren’t, and are just willing to walk away from their dream.
For many of these recruits, the prospect of earning a scholarship at an elite school can be too much of a financial risk to make, so they’re willing to give the school a shot at landing them.
In other words, recruiting is changing.
It’s also changing the way recruits are viewed.
But it also means that a lot more people are doing it, and that means that the chances of getting in the recruiting loop have decreased.
For example, when I was in high school, the recruiting landscape was different than it is now.
In high school I was on the receiving end of a lot, a lot less contact from other high schools, and I was getting a lot fewer offers.
And I remember a lot about how hard it was to get in touch with other schools.
It was difficult to get anyone to pick up the phone to me.
I also remember that when I first joined the recruiting pipeline, I had the best college experience of any high school player I had ever played with.
That was because my coaches told me how much they liked me and how much I could contribute.
Now, they’re not talking to me as much, and they’re still offering me scholarships.
That wasn’t the case when I played at my local high school.
I think there’s an opportunity here to make a positive impact on recruiting in this state, especially with the increased exposure and increased scrutiny we’ve seen this past week.
But even if you’re not going to commit to a school right now, you can still make an impact in recruiting.
And that impact can have a big impact on how players are recruited.
In this case, that’s the value of being a part of the local scene.
You’re helping build a community of like-minded players.
And you can be part of that process as well by helping educate others on how to get into the recruiting game.
If you have an interest in recruiting, but don’t have a scholarship, or are a student-athlete, we’ve got something for you.
If you have a commitment to one of our programs, but aren’t sure where to begin, or just want to see the game grow, we also have a lot to offer.