The college recruiting process is extremely challenging with many twists and turns. Throughout the recruiting process does Colton Bahling what it takes to be recruited by multiple college programs?
What is your overall opinion of high school football player Colton Bahling Is he a very good player, a great player or an average player?
College coaches all over the country are looking for players out of high school who can sometimes step in and played as freshman. College programs are looking for players who they can develop and replace star players within a year or two; is Colton Bahling that player?
Colton Bahling is on the college recruiting radar
In the state where Colton Bahling plays football, is he considered one of the top high school football prospects or just an average football player trying to make a name for himself in this highly competitive world of college recruiting?
Many high school football players receive a great deal of help with the recruiting process from their high school coaches.
In this situation, does the high school coach get the job done when it comes to the college recruiting process or does the coach fall short?
Sometimes high school football players are overlooked by college coaches because of lack of exposure, playing on a losing football program or getting absolutely no help from the high school coach.
How does Colton Bahling coach stack up to the day to day details of the overall college recruiting process?
The college recruiting process is difficult, very challenging and time-consuming. In your opinion, do you think Colton Bahling is being recruited by the right college programs or is there more that can be done for Colton Bahling in the college recruiting process?
Do you think the NCAA has too many restrictions that limit the college recruiting process? For example, should there be more contact of high school student athletes during their high school athletic career?
The NCAA in my opinion may be too over-protective with all of their ridiculous rules about recruiting and the treatment of student athletes. What do you think?
Sometimes, there’s so much attention paid to student athletes at the high school level that we often forget what they do once they reach college. How will the story of Colton Bahling be told?