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Recruitment showcases with THSCA, Signing Day Sports app

As part of an initiative to streamline college football recruiting opportunities for high school football players, the Texas High School Coaches Association hosted a recruiting tour with training combined with verified images and data at download to the Signing Day Sports app.

This includes a combined event on Saturday in Houston, which includes Katy, North Shore and The Woodlands High Schools, followed by events in Beaumont on Sunday, Austin on March 5 and San Antonio on March 6. The showcases are part of a series of 16 others across the state in addition to three super regional showcases

The app, available on Apple and Android phones and at https://signingdaysports.com, features a side-by-side comparison tool allowing coaches to compare athletes’ test numbers to make recruiting decisions with a video of the results. tests, measurables, fundamentals and exercise recordings. , game schedules and statistics as well as other tools to try to educate athletes in order to help them win scholarships. The application has almost 100,000 profiles and has more than 80,000 profiles in football, baseball and softball.

“I’ve been linked to the disruption of the usual way recruiting takes place and fell in love with the business model,” Signing Day Sports CEO John Dorsey said in a phone interview. “One of the reasons we’re doing this with Texas and their coaching association is that our interests were pretty aligned. We wanted to disrupt the space and get away from the traditional model. I wanted to put no barriers to whatever. be it and not have family held hostage for thousands of dollars a year This allows families and individuals to find players in Texas for as little as $17-18 a year so it’s affordable and we guarantee that you will catch the eye as a huge pool of talent in Texas.

“Texas is on the cutting edge of recruiting. We’re not going to tell you you’re the next Tom Brady, but we’re going to put the good eyes on you. Super Bowl MVP Cooper Kupp is from East Texas. Washington. He was a kid that wasn’t even in the recruiting databases. He didn’t have any stars. He wasn’t on anybody’s radar. He walked into a small school. Cooper didn’t “He’s not the only one like him. There are plenty of other footballers who fall through the cracks. It’s about getting people to know these kids to help them get their chance.”