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FSU Football Player, Chaz Neal, talks Redshirting, Grades, and Social Media

Chaz Neal is an offensive lineman for Florida State University; he stands 6’7 and is 317 pounds. In 2018 he worked with Florida State University’s scout team while redshirting. In 2019 Chaz appeared in all 13 games, he worked hard to help Noles convert 46 of 47 PAT’s. Prior to FSU, Mr. Neal was a

October 26, 2020

Florida Southern College Men’s Basketball Coach, Mike Donnelly, Talks Do’s and Don’ts of Highlight Tapes and Social Media

Mike Donnelly, the Head Coach of the Florida Southern College men’s basketball team, is a coach who values commitment, passion, and dedication to the game of basketball. When asked what the most important quality in a recruit is, Donnelly responded, “Gym rats. We want recruits who want to be in the gym and want to improve

June 24, 2018

Columbia, Brown, and MIT Coaches Talk to Keirsten About Social Media

Let’s hear what these coaches from Columbia University, Brown University, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have to say!

March 25, 2018

Carnegie Mellon Football Coach Rich Lackner, “STAY away from Social Media”

Head Coach Rich Lackner coaches the Carnegie Mellon University Football team. Named head coach of Carnegie Mellon in 1986, Lackner has led the Tartans to a 203-110-2 (.648) record, 10 conference championships, and two NCAA playoff appearances in the last 31 years. Lackner became the University’s all-time winningest coach in 1998 and the 79th football

October 30, 2017

Social Media and the College Recruiting Process

Follow me! Not to the court, not to the field…right here online. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, you name it.  We hear this all the time. And usually, we keep our social media sites updated for friends, teammates, and family. But who else “sees” us? If you consider yourself a potential college athlete, you should know many people care

May 29, 2017

Do College Coaches look at Athlete’s Social Media?

Social media is pouring into our daily lives. We love sharing posts, blogs, and checking new trends. When it comes to the recruiting process, will social media still play a significant role in getting athletes recruited? Will coach teams track prospective recruiter’s posts on social media platforms? If the answer is yes, what are coaches looking

September 15, 2015

What Women’s Ice Hockey Coaches and Pros Have to Say About the Recruiting Process

Given the differing coach perspectives and expectations across all Division I women’s hockey teams, LRT Sports set out to piece together a holistic analysis of recruiting. Below are a number of different coach insights regarding some of the most commonly asked recruiting questions. The coaches that have been interviewed are some of the best in

May 7, 2021

NCAA Gives Thumbs-Up to Student Athlete Level Playing Field Act. What Does That Mean?

As we approach July 1st, which is the date that the name, image, and likeness laws in Alabama and Mississippi are set to go into effect, the NCAA has its sights set on a federal NIL bill. On April 26th, the NCAA released a statement on its website that expressed support of the “Student Athlete

April 29, 2021

Utica College Men’s Basketball Coach, Sean Coffey, on Versatility, Body Language and Scoring from Multiple Areas

Sean Coffey took the reins as head coach ahead of the 2016-17 season. He has led the Pioneers to a 59-45 overall record and a 38-24 mark in the Empire 8. This helped earn the berths into the Empire 8 Conference Tournament in three (2017, 2018, and 2020) of his first four seasons at the

March 8, 2021