Show Debut~ High school athletes and college recruiting
September 17, 2013
Hosted by Karif Byrd
The process of college recruiting has changed considerably over the years. College football is competitive. So is the recruiting process. College recruiting is a game, too. There are rules and strategies. Preparation and perseverance pay off. And with roster spots and scholarship dollars on the line, there are winners and losers. Hearing about what to do and not to do during this process from those who have been through it serves as valuable information. Our guest, Donte Gamble has successfully been there and done that. Lorenzo Reyna is currently on the front lines watching and writing about America’s best talent. They will both give input and guidance to the high school athlete who is looking to play at the next level.
Get It Done Sports Radio
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Get It Done Sports Radio is everything that you need to know about becoming the total college athlete and how to get through the recruiting process. We’ll discuss local and national high school stand outs as the days count down to the biggest day in college sports, National Signing Day. We will also talk with past and current college and NFL players and coaches to gather insight, knowledge and an understanding about their college experiences and lessons learned.
Karif Byrd is no stranger to success. As a 2000 University of Georgia Bulldog graduate, he raised the athletic bar in football, track and field. A three time All-SEC Track and Field awardee, Byrd was part of a distance medley team that smashed a 20 year school record. As a wide receiver for the Bulldogs high profile football team, Byrd laid the framework and foundation that allowed him to professionally compete in today’s highly competitive market. He mastered both the theory and the practical application of competitive sports. These skills would be a vital part of his career in coaching, training and conditioning. Byrd trains high school athletes, conducts workshops, leadership seminars and camps throughout California.
In 2007, Byrd formed Get It Done Sports as a way to transfer his on field experience to youthful athletes, schools, institutions and athletic programs. Through local camps, 7 on 7 passing tournaments and youth and high school combines, Get It Done Sports has earned a reputation as one of the top sporting event facilitators in California.
In 2013 Byrd started the Lisa Byrd Get It Done Foundation, created to assist those less fortunate in participating in the Get It Done camps for free as well as providing education through complimentary workshops and leadership seminars.