Tag Archives: recruiting

Irish Get Offensive Line Commitment

20 May

Coach Kelly has some happy news for Notre Dame Irish fans. Kelly has just secured a commitment from a 6`5, 270 pound offensive linemen. Mark Harrell makes Notre Dame’s 7th commitment for the 2012 recruiting class. He is the second offensive linemen to commit for the 2012 class.

Harrell had numerous offers from big time schools including Auburn, Virginia, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Clemson.


Recruiting Spotlight: Jacob Williams

25 Feb

The great Vince Lombardi once said, “The difference between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but rather in a lack of will.” Well Jacob Williams doesn’t have to worry about that. This 5`8, 155 pound football player is a pure explosive playmaker. He reminds me of players like DeSean Jackson, Percy Harvin, Nnamdi Asomugha, and one of his sports heroes Champ Bailey with his great ball skills and speed.

Williams plays cornerback on the defensive side of the ball and wide receiver in the team’s pistol offense. He also handles the punt and kick return duties for St. Francis. In the 40 yard dash he runs a 4.65. Check out this exceptional player for yourself. Jersey Number: #10

He has received several honors for his play and leadership. He has 3 MVP awards, an Inspirational Player award, and Defensive Back award. Not only is he a great football player, he is a great student as well. Williams has a 3.2 GPA. These accolades haven’t gone unnoticed. Schools like Alberta, Bishop’s, Mount Allison, Waterloo, British Columbia, STFX, York, Western, Toronto, Wilfred Laurier, and Windsor has all shown interest in Williams.

St. Francis High School (Calgary, AB, Canada)
Class of 2011
Contact Information

(403) 210-0558

Football Recruiting Player Profiles

17 Feb

The Coach Notebook is looking for players to profile on our blog. A great way to get your name out there during the recruiting process. For more information contact us.

Georgia Get Top-Ranked TE

22 Jan

The nation’s top-ranked tight end, Jay Rome, made his decision and picked Georgia as his place of study. The 6`6, 240 pound Rome is a Georgia native and elected to stay in state instead of going to places like Alabama, Florida, Maryland, Tennessee, or Florida State. He is the 20th commit in Mark Richt’s 2011 recruiting class.

He has also urged the remaining recruits to come to Georgia to play with him.

Mack Brown Talks Recruiting

21 Jan

University of Texas head coach Mack Brown talks about recruiting. He talks about the importance of developing relationships with high school coaches and focusing on recruiting at home first then branching out across the nation. Video from CBSSports.com

Vanderbilt Gets WVU Ex Recruiting Coordinator

7 Jan

Former West Virginia University recruiting coordinator, Chris Beatty, has accepted the same position with Vanderbilt. Vanderbilt new head coach wanted to move quickly on Beatty because of his Virginia roots and past with Franklin.

Beatty was fired last month from WVU. He will receive a buyout for the remaining 18 months of his contract from WVU.

Virginia: The London Effect

28 Dec

After an expected horrible year, University of Virginia head coach Mike London is having great success this offseason. The first year head coach knew coming into the UVA job that the task of rebuilding the program would be a long, slow process. Thus, one of his key goals was to recruit the state of Virginia harder than before.

Virginia is known for its outstanding athletes in the “757” region of the state. London knew if his program was to have any success he would need to push for this area. Well, so far this offseason he has secured 13 of the state’s top 25 athletes. He has commitments from top CB Demetrious Nicholson, QB David Watford, and LB Da’Quan Romero.

London one of my coaching idols, is off to a good start recruiting and will be a thorn in the side of Virginia Tech recruiting prowess in the state of Virginia.