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CBSSports Network TV Runs Video Footage From inRecruit.com
CBS Sports Network TV ran video footage from inRecruit.com on January 22, 2016. inRecruit is a pioneering sports social network which allows youth athletes to be discovered by college coaches.
The video footage shown on CBSSports TV was a few teaser clips of inRecruit’s behind the scenes video footage of the nation’s #1 overall high school football recruit Rashan Gary (Paramus Catholic, NJ) pondering his college decision. inRecruit will release the full behind the scenes video on inRecruit.com immediately after Rashan Gary tweets his college decision on February 3, 2016.
“We are pleased that the national media has taken an interest in using video and other content from inRecruit. The reality is that we have built something different and useful for youth athletes seeking to get a scholarship to play college sports which is exemplified through the usage of our video footage by CBSSports Network. If you are a youth athlete seeking to get discovered to play sports in college, there is literally no reason why you should not sign up for inRecruit.com”
In addition to helping tens of thousands of youth athletes to get discovered to play sports in college, inRecruit has developed real-time news technology which can be used by the hundreds of millions of youth athletes in the world seeking to get the news in real-time on themselves. Once a college coach and a youth athlete make a connection through inRecruit, the inRecruit “News Tracker” automatically sends each and every news mention of the athlete to the college coach so the coach does not have to search the internet and look for news on the athlete. The postive feedback from college coaches and youth athletes who are using the inRecruit news tracker has been overwhelming.
It will be interesting to see where inRecruit goes from here but one thing is for sure, they have definitely made a noisy arrival on to the youth athlete recruiting scene.
About inRecruit. inRecruit helps youth athletes get discovered by college coaches. Youth athletes (with help from their parents) can market themselves on inRecruit directly to colleges all across the country. inRecruit has been dubbed the “LinkedIn for Athletes” by several major national media outlets. To join inRecruit as a youth athlete or parent, sign up at http://www.inRecruit.com
Follow inRecruit on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/
Joseph D. Rocco