Coaches Believe SDS is the Future of Recruiting

This has been a tough year. We know things are not going to be the same. Our world has changed, which means sports and recruiting have changed. It’s not a question if things will be different, it’s a question of how they will be different. The SDS team sat down with two of the top high school coaches in the country to see how they have reacted to the events of the past year. Both coaches believe that the SDS platform is the future of recruiting. 

Jason Negro 

Jason Negro, the Head Coach at St. John Bosco High School, has been involved in high school football for a while now. At the helm of one of the most successful programs in the nation for the past 18 years, he has been able to see how recruiting has evolved. 

Coach Negro says, “Signing Day is an absolute gamechanger for the coaches, the athletes, and anyone associated with the school.” 

Bruce Rollinson

Bruce Rollinson, better known as Coach Rollo, has been the Head Coach at Mater Dei High School for 32 years. He knows things won’t be the same for his program. “COVID has changed the entire recruiting system,” he says. With new changes, Rollo looks to the SDS platform for support. “I’m excited about Signing Day Sports,” Coach Rollo states. Rollo likes how the SDS platform offers simplicity. SDS makes it easy for him to upload his players’ gameplay films, verified measurables and academic transcripts.

 Coach Negro emphasizes the same idea, viewing the platform as “the complete package.”

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