Essay Sports Recruiting

Sports Recruiting

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History, regulation, ethics, economics, criticism, scandal, athletes’ expectations, focusing on college recruitment of high schoolers.

Colleges and professional sports teams alike pay coaches and scouts to find a certain number of players each year for sports teams. College coaches try to find likely prospects to add to their roster and perhaps to catch the eye of the public in a way that redounds to the credit of the school. Professional scouts watch players in college in an attempt to find those who could make the leap from amateur to professional sports. There are rules by which both types of scouts have to live, and the players as well have to follow certain rules as they decide what college to attend or what team to join. Questions are often raised as to the ethics of certain practices undertaken by coaches or scouts, but all in all the system seems to work. At the same time, those with prospects for recruitment need to be careful because there…

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