GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Imagine the life of a high-profile college football recruit. A constant barrage of phone calls and text messages from college coaches, writers who cover those colleges and even overly enthusiastic fans.
Now add social media to the equation, and those coaches, writers and fans have a simple way to keep track of a recruit's every move.
Some recruits embrace the social media revolution. Tracy Howard Jr. has taken a different approach. He doesn't have a Twitter account. ...
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