Football prospect camps are a key piece of the recruiting puzzle, so it only makes sense that committed, serious athletes may want to attend the same prospect camp more than once.
Why? A few reasons:
Shows your interest in the school
By attending the same camp more than once, you’re letting the coaching staff know you take their program seriously and are very interested in joining their team. Actions speak louder than words—and this speaks volumes.
Opportunity to show improvement
Your abilities and mindset hopefully improve from each season to the next. When you return to the same camp after some serious work, you’re showing them how much you’ve improved and making a statement that you’re never quite finished.
If you want to be recruited, first you have to get noticed. Coaches have a lot of athletes to keep their eyes on, and the more times you’re able to get in front of them the higher the chances are that you’ll catch their attention, increasing your odds of being recruited.
Different needs at different times
What a program needs in February may vary drastically from what they need in August—especially as athletes commit/de-commit and scholarship availability fluctuates. Attending the same camp twice puts you at an advantage because if you weren’t what they were looking for the first time, you may be just what they need the second.
If landing your name on a college football roster is something you’re serious about, consider attending the same college prospect camp more than once. But before attending any, create your free Ryzer account and take a look around—camp options are endless, and there’s one just right for you.