COVID-19 makes it even more important for recruits to distinguish themselves to college coaches

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by Mike Pavlichko

Over the last couple of years, my presence on Twitter has grown to the point where it has become the dominant way of promoting my high school sports coverage, whether on terrestrial radio or on Central Jersey Sports Radio.

One of the followers I picked up in the last couple of years was George Ross.

If the name isn’t familiar to you, it should be, especially if you have a son or daughter who plays high school sports.

George is with New Jersey Recruit Look, an organization dedicated to helping student-athletes and their families through the process of college recruiting.

George Ross of NJ Recruit Look helped Sayreville WR/S Andrew Willie find a home at Southern Connecticut State University.

In the second of a three-part series, George Ross explains how COVID-19 has affected the recruiting process, since coaches no longer are making in-home visits and scouting high school football games.

Listen below to Part 2 of a three-part series with George Ross.

To reach George Ross of New Jersey Recruit Look, call (732) 309-1011. Email him at Visit his website at Follow him on Twitter at @njrecruitlook. Or schedule an appointment by clicking here.

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