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How to get a player page on 247Sports

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I am frequently asked, "How do I get on 247Sports?" For the majority of FBS recruits one of our local or national experts becomes aware of you and simply creates one about you. If this doesn't happen for you (your son, or player), here are a few steps you may take to make it happen.

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Hudl testing new athlete pages

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It looks like the new player page improvements that Hudl has mentioned in previous blog posts are beginning to show and be tested. It’s hard to tell if this is a slow roll-out, or just A/B testing at this point. ...

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3 ways to get a recruiting profile on ESPN

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I’ll just be going over the contact options for ESPN RecruitingNation in this article. For more about the process, and the information experts look for, please read our write-ups on getting a page on 247Sports, Rivals and Scout. Despite having ...

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How to get a recruit page on Rivals.com

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Ever wonder how to get a Rivals.com football or basketball recruiting profile? Getting your recruit page on Rivals.com may be as easy as doing nothing, or emailing the right person. For some, you may wonder what else you may do ...

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247Sports player page mocks

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Part of my day to day responsibilities allow me to work with the incredible designer Dave Lester (DML). I've worked with Dave since the original Rivals.com in Seattle, Wash. During this time no one has had a larger impact on the look and feel of recruiting network sites than Dave. Our current project is preparation for a new look for the 247Sports player pages (current sample: Andrew Brown) that we'll look to launch in mid-2014. My main goal for this project is to enhance the visual display of the upper half of the player page graphically when we had the assets to make it happen (a cool large horizontal photo). I also want to make the key factors stand out a little more (rating, rank, commitment, the Crystal Ball success). Read More...

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