Coach’s Corner: Michigan Football Recruiting — Wolverine Recruits at Camps, Clinics, and Combines by CoachBT
Here is a small sample from the message board post. CoachBT made a list of five good things along with five bad things about these type of events.
In my opinion, they are a mixed bag, and parents and players have to be extremely careful to make sure the ones they attend are worthy.
3. Kids who are flying under the radar can get noticed.
5. Kids can make friendship that carry over to college.
Not so Good:
5. This is not real football, just because kid is great in shorts does not mean he will be great in pads.
It is easy to go over the middle when no safety can rearrange your dental work.
It is easy for defensive end to out athlete an offensive tackle in pass rush drills when he does not have to worry about that offensive tackle locking unto him in running game and planting his @SS 10 yards down field.
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