30 Year College Football Veteran is Available to Discuss His Top Prospects and the Outlook for this Year’s Recruiting Classes on Signing Day
Wednesday, February 1st, is the day for high school student athletes to sign on the dotted line and cement their future as a collegiate athlete. With recent coaching changes at programs such as Ohio State, Penn State and Rutgers, the typical signing day surprises promise to be even more dramatic this year. Top recruiting expert and Director of Football Recruiting for NCSA Athletic Recruiting, Randy Taylor, is available for interview to define his top prospects and recruiting classes in addition to ranking his top 150 best players in the country.
Coach Taylor gives his thoughts on all of the recent coaching changes, “Although it’s important for the recruit to evaluate more than just the coaching staff when making their decision, it can still play a major role. For D1 recruits, they expects to hear from the coach that they will be the piece to win a national championship and not only a college degree but also a possible NFL future.”
As Director of Football at the NCSA, Randy Taylor applies his nearly 30 years of experience in the college football recruiting arena to evaluate top recruits from across the country. After serving on the football staff at the University of Illinois and as recruiting coordinator at UNLV and UCLA, Taylor has been able to maximize his relationships with college institutions at NCSA to be the connective link between top coaches and certified student athletes.
For Coach Taylor’s Top 150 Recruits please visit, http://www.ncsasports.org/blog/2012/01/19/randy-taylors-class-of-2012-to....
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