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What every football recruit should have in his Twitter profile

Don’t let these common mistakes cause a college coach to miss you. This time of year, the next crop of college football recruits are anxious to receive scholarship offers. And one of the primary ways colleges contact recruits is via the Twitter direct message. In order to do that, coaches, scouts, media, etc. will search for the recruit on Twitter in order to follow him.
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