Rivals.com Camp Reviews
The high stakes game of college recruiting is getting more intense each year. Colleges fight over top level high school athletes, doing whatever it takes to land the blue chip recruits to help their school win conference and national championships. The most intense battles in recruiting takes place in menâ€™s basketball and football.
With these sports being the main revenue generators in most schoolâ€™s athletic budgets, athletic directors instruct their coaches to seek out the best recruits possible to field a winning program. Winning programs are on television more, and keep the alumni happy. These all lead to more money being poured in the athletic departments, from television contracts and alumni donations.
In this internet age, where do fans and athletes turn to find out all the recruiting news and information? One of the major recruiting websites is Rivals.com. Rivals is both a college basketball and football site, along with a recruiting site. Anything you need to know about the world of top level recruiting is found on Rivals.com.
The Rivals 150 is a ranking system for the top high school football and basketball players across the nation. These rankings help top college coaches determine who they want to recruit to play for their program. While these ranking are somewhat subjective, many hours are put in by the scouts at Rivals.com to get as accurate gauge as possible as to the top players in each sport.
Player profiles are easily searchable, along with highlight reels for the top recruits. College basketball and football fans can take a look at a player their school is recruiting or has already signed. Interviews with the players can give fans a sneak preview of what their personality is, and how they think theyâ€™ll mesh with their new team.
The message boards give fans the opportunity to sound off over recruiting battles going on between schools, or just brag about how their school is better than another. Big time college football and basketball fans can be cutthroat, so look out when posting on a message board. Chances are theyâ€™ll be instant responses to your post from rival teamsâ€™ fans. Itâ€™s usually all in good fun though, so start up a fun argument, and let them know your teamâ€™s the best.
Rivals.com offers a lot for the hardcore college basketball and football fan. Make sure to check it out. Once you get hooked, youâ€™ll be checking it daily!
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