It is a very important time of the year for recruiting and as coaches travel all over the country to see their top destinations, the home help workers also work overtime. Arkansas County employees are going out to recruits this week and sending several personalized and personalized graphics to each recruit. The creation of all custom graphics took literally weeks.
Graphics can help keep the programs at the top of the league, with most recruits in Arkansas now having more than 10 or more offers and even more schools that are of daily interest.
Official visits are already in full swing, and in addition to assistants' visits, conversations, and texts, such as personalized graphics, recruits are showing that they are important to the program. You can tell the difference between a generic or hastily composed graphic and the material that Arkansas employees create.
This week, the main themes of the Arkansas graphics were the new version of Avenger: Endgame Film, which premieres on Thursday night, and the 2019 NFL Draft, which also begins tonight.
While no hog is expected in this year's first round, like Frank Ragnow did last year, Arkansas has made 19 NFL voting decisions in the last five drafts, more than Texas, Tennessee, Ole Miss, Baylor, Texas Tech, and many other programs against which the Hogs are recruited, so it is crucial to pass this information on to recruits.
Another reason why graphics are great for recruiting is that they are an opportunity for the fanbase to shower attendees with attention and support, which is pretty important in 2019.
Arkansas already has six commitments in the 2020 class with prospects from Georgia, Louisiana, Arkansas and Texas. They will receive several official visitors next weekend.
Here are just a few examples of her work:
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