It’s Your Future.

You want to catch the eye of college recruiters. Have you done all that you can do off the field? Here’s your guide to getting noticed.

Fit The Role

Size, weight, strength, speed and agility are key. Flexibility is important for fast, explosive movement. Not everyone plays at Division I. Know where you will fit in and make the most of it.

Technique

At the college level and beyond, the coaches will teach you “their” game. Do you have the basics down pat? Whether you are a high school football player or play in a youth league in Oklahoma, it’s critical to master your position. How is your endurance?

Participation

Attend showcases, like the National Underclassmen Combine, Under Armour, 7 on 7 and local camps, such as Oklahoma University’s camps for high school players, or invitation-only camps.

Endorsement

You need your high school coach’s endorsement to be recruited by colleges. Have your coach email and call schools on your behalf.

Attitude

Do you hustle between plays? Do you run patterns with enthusiasm even when you’re not the primary receiver? Do you give it all in practice?

Promotion

Get your information online: a professional highlight reel, stats, grades, extra-curricular activities, etc. Then contact coaches. Send them a DVD of your highlight reel and let them know who you are and where to find you.

Eligibility

  • If you want to play college sports at the Division I or Division II level, you must register and have your eligibility – both academic eligibility and amateur status – cleared by the NCAA. The Eligibility Center is now what used to be called the NCAA Clearinghouse. It is the organization within the NCAA tasked with eligibility determinations. To check out the Eligibility Center, follow this link.

Oklahoma Football Camps

Here are some opportunities from around the state for Oklahoma high schoolers who want to get some extra time on the football field:

Oklahoma Football Camp
University of Oklahoma
Norman, OK
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Nick Bobeck Football Camps
University of Central Oklahoma
Edmond, OK
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Cowboy Athletic Training Camp
Oklahoma State University
Stillwater, OK
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Bill Blankenship Tulsa Football Camps
University of Tulsa
Tulsa, OK
Website

Ranger Football Team Camps
Northwestern Oklahoma State University
Alva, OK
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Oklahoma Baptist University Football Camps
Shawnee, OK
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Southeastern Oklahoma State University Football Camps
Durant, OK
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DeBartolo Football Academy
U.S. Sports Camps
Oklahoma City, OK
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Day of Champions Football Camp
Day of Champions Sports
Oklahoma City, OK
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Football University
All American Games
Oklahoma City, OK
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National Underclassmen Football Combine
Yukon, OK
April 5, 2015
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