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RECRUITING EXPOSURE

Approximately 1,085,182 football players in the country played 11 man high school football during the 2014-15 season.
(According to a survey conducted by The National Federation of State High School Associations)

stand out in the crowd

A college coaching staff has to determine out of all those players who they should invest their time and money into recruiting. Their job is easier when they can pick from players that standout against elite competition. That is why so many college scholarships have been offered to B2G players. Recruiters know that if a player standouts at B2G, they did so around elite talent and top recruits.   

Our personal relationships with the media and college recruiters, in addition to coaching the winningest 7v7 club in the country, has helped a lot of deserving players receive college offers as well as national recognition.   


 

WANT TO PLAY FOOTBALL IN COLLEGE?

Plan on being evaluated by college coaches. Getting on their radar is tough enough. Impressive stats and accomplishments don’t guarantee success on the next level. Therefore, college coaches look at several additional factors to determine the best players to fit their scheme and help them win. They often compete with rival college teams to recruit the same players. It’s a numbers game and a process that most people outside the college coaching community do not fully understand.

B2G helps prepare college prospects for the recruiting process in a variety of ways: 

media exposure

To help players be further noticed by recruiters, B2G maintains direct connection to college coaches around the country as well as recruiting publications, websites and media outlets such as:  

Under the Radar

Scout

Rivals

ESPN

247 Sports

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