-By Nexus Sports Team. Clemson Tigers Football Head Coach Dabo Sweeney wants a multi-sport “guy” when looking at recruits . Former NFL “bad boy” wide receiver Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson credits his grandmother for letting him participate in as many organized sports as possible which helped pave the way to the Pros . NFL quarterback Colt McCoy praises the numerous benefits – especially skill development – that are derived from playing multiple sports . Another NFL quarterback, Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers, is also
Coaches who use or assign nicknames to players do so – for the most part- out of respect or appreciation for the player. Having a nickname is often rewarding as well. A more timid athlete may feel unnoticed on a team and having that unique moniker bestowed can go a long way in to building the player’s confidence and self-esteem. However, that can also backfire on a coach. It goes without saying that the actual connotation of the nickname is the key factor here. A coach filled with great intentions may in fact end up upsetting the player. For ex
Recruiting is an important time in a young footballer’s life. It doesn’t happen very often in life and it wont last long. The key to success is to be prepared once the opportunity comes knocking. COVID has turned all our lives upside down and it will leave major changes in it’s wake. One of them being the sometimes harsh world of recruiting. Here’s what you need to know: 1- There will be less time for them to evaluate your game live.
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We are back! Our pilot program - which ran for a couple of years - has now been refreshed. Although many accounts were lost in the wake of our major up-haul, Nexus Sports 2.0 is more robust, user-friendly, and fun! We wish to thank all of those who participated in our pilot program and welcome all football players from Quebec to join our team for free.