Coaches must evaluate character too in recruiting
The high school janitor could be one of the most important people in college football recruiting.
Coaches must evaluate more than just 40-yard dash times and tackling technique when they decide whether to offer a scholarship. A player's success often rests as much on whether he works hard in practice and stays out of trouble off the field.
"It's a big deal because the character and quality of the person directly correlates to how much better that guy will get in your program," Rutgers ...
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