The most common recruiting questions that you’ll hear about on your radio or TV news, and one that could lead to a call-in interview with the recruit you’re interested in, are “why?” and “what?”
I’m here to help answer them.
The first question is: why?
What is recruiting?
A recruiters job is to get people to play football.
If they don’t, they’re going to be disappointed, they’ll be frustrated, and the players will likely leave the sport they love.
The second question is “why not?”.
Why not recruit players that are a good fit for your program?
Why are you not recruiting players that you’re more comfortable recruiting?
The answer to the first question can vary, depending on the state in which you are recruiting, the position you’re recruiting in, and even your coaching staff.
But it’s not uncommon for a coach to recruit players to play a particular position for one of his assistant coaches.
When you recruit, you’re not recruiting a team of people you think are good football players, but you’re simply recruiting players to give you a better chance at winning football games.
If you’re looking for someone to get on the field for you, you want a guy who has the football IQ, the football athleticism, the size and the size/speed of your game.
If you want to get better, you need to find players that have that football IQ and that athleticism.
If a player isn’t good enough to play at the highest level of football, he’s not going to play in the NFL, or in the CFL.
That’s not to say you can’t recruit someone with those qualities, but it’s a much better idea to recruit someone who has those qualities.
As a recruiter, your job is two-fold.
First, you’ve got to get as many people on board as you can.
Second, you have to find the right people to fill those gaps in your recruitment process.
There are a lot of different recruiting methods out there, but the best recruiting methods are the ones that are based on your players, the ones you think they’ll make a difference in your team.
For most programs, recruiting is a process where you work with a few different recruiting agencies, but then you hire them and you move forward.
The best way to get the most out of your recruiters efforts is to hire them for a long-term contract, and then you give them a good amount of freedom in the way you recruit them.
In order to make a successful long-range deal, you’ll want to hire recruiters who know their business, who can speak your language, and who have a proven track record.
You’ll also want to find recruiters with experience in recruiting, and a good knowledge of how to use the recruiting process to your advantage.
For example, you can take a great recruiter and recruit him to your team, and that’ll help your team win football games, because you’ll have an experienced recruiter who knows what he’s doing.
There is also a lot more to recruiting than what you hear on the radio or in print.
You’ll need to be aware of the types of players you’re bringing into your program, and you’ll need a good understanding of the recruiting landscape.
In some cases, you may even have to deal with the recruiting department itself.
For example, some schools will take a chance on a high school player, and if they can get him to sign for a big-time scholarship, they can then go and recruit his high school teammates, who will then help make that scholarship offer a reality.
You’re not going a school over and over again and expecting that kid to sign.
You may have to go back to the recruiting office to find that guy.