NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Tennessee Titans and the Tennessee Football Coaches Association will host their inaugural high school football recruiting fair at LP Field's West Club on Tuesday, April 28 from 8 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. More than 60 high schools across the state are currently scheduled to attend, drawing representatives from more than 30 college and universities across 11 states.
The recruiting fair is designed to provide exposure for high school student-athletes in the area and increase their chances to play football at the collegiate level. By bringing a large number of high schools together in one space, colleges and universities with limited recruiting budgets are better able to evaluate the talent the state has to offer. High school coaches in attendance will have the opportunity to speak with colleges and universities one-on-one, show film and discuss bios, transcripts and test scores for all prospective recruits.
Any high school coaches who missed the pre-registration deadline may still register at LP Field on the day of the event. High school coaches must be a member of the Tennessee Football Coaches Association to attend. Check-in for high school coaches begins at 8 a.m. in the West Club.
All coaches who plan to attend are encouraged to bring laptops to show film, copies of athlete bios, transcripts and test scores for all prospective athletes, as well as power strips and extension cords due to limited electrical outlet access in certain areas of the West Club.
The inaugural high school football recruiting fair is one of many events under the Tennessee Titans Youth Football initiative, which is committed to addressing the needs of youth and high school football organizations across Tennessee, northern Kentucky and southern Alabama.
Any questions should be directed to Josh Corey, Tennessee Titans Youth Football Coordinator, at email@example.com or 615-565-4173.