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Corey Fussinger (Cooper) #12 class of 2014


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Is this a recruiting service that you pay for?

 

 

Yes it is, NCSA is a "agency" so to speak that prides themselves on "matching" an student/athlete with a good college fit for a fee of course.

Lots of exposure to colleges at all levels. I think there are something like 200+ colleges signed on to the site.

Very professional group out of Chicago responsible for a whole bunch of kids getting scholarships. :thumb:

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Yes it is, NCSA is a "agency" so to speak that prides themselves on "matching" an student/athlete with a good college fit for a fee of course.

Lots of exposure to colleges at all levels. I think there are something like 200+ colleges signed on to the site.

Very professional group out of Chicago responsible for a whole bunch of kids getting scholarships. :thumb:

 

its reasonably priced and you can make monthly installments. Will get your kids some needed exposure if they want to play college ball at any level.

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Pitiful that people have to pay for this stuff. That's the coaches job to get kids info out there. With everyone on Hudl you simply need to type in an email address. Absolute laziness if Cooper didn't take care of this for this young man.

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Pitiful that people have to pay for this stuff. That's the coaches job to get kids info out there. With everyone on Hudl you simply need to type in an email address. Absolute laziness if Cooper didn't take care of this for this young man.

 

 

Most coaches do a good job of talking up their better players in the paper/radio and web. They also talk them up when coaches come to visit in fall/spring. Up to the player to put up numbers and do well in camps to get a ranking. Regular season stats are nice, but most college coaches care about your camp stats- ht, wt, 40.

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Most coaches do a good job of talking up their better players in the paper/radio and web. They also talk them up when coaches come to visit in fall/spring. Up to the player to put up numbers and do well in camps to get a ranking. Regular season stats are nice, but most college coaches care about your camp stats- ht, wt, 40.

College football is big business. Agencies help when the coaches contacts are limited. You have to help your coaches get your kid noticed.

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This one is better!

 

 

He has nice hands. Looks like he made some nice grabs. Make sure he's watching the pro's and colleges videos on route running. It's very different than in HS. Looks like he has a great upside. Hope he has a great season.

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