The Showcase Recruits Can’t Afford To Miss

by Austin Silvey @SilveyESP

DISCLAIMER: TYGTAL Exposure is a NCAA Certified Scouting Service

Having a High School Football season in 2020 is far from a guarantee due to COVID-19 and the current rise in cases. In South Carolina, the Governor told the public plainly in a press conference that football is at stake if the number of cases didn't start to decrease and we can't get a hold of this virus. Each state is handling things differently but there is no certainty anywhere of any kind of football being played this Fall.


On top of no spring practices, the NCAA also announced recently that the temporary dead period in recruiting has been extended until at least August 31. That means no official or unofficial visits, no junior days, no in-person contact, and no summer camps. The recruiting process has changed and for a lot of student-athletes, that isn't necessarily a good thing.


Summer camps are where a lot of guys get on school's boards and start to make a name for themselves. Visits and Junior Days are where early impressions can be made and relationships started. All of that is out the window in this current timeframe we're in. That puts a lot of guys even further behind in the process than they were to begin with. And it makes coaches less willing to take chances on players because they don't get the chance to talk to them in person or see them go through drills.


So let's say worst-case scenario and there is no High School Football season this year...how does that effect student-athletes still trying to make a name for themselves in the realm of recruiting? No new film to put out, no camps to make an impression, and no visits to build a relationship. Having no season would be crushing to everyone, but it could be life-changing for many student-athletes.


We know the problems.....now we present the solution.

The TYGTAL Exposure Scouting Showcase: VIEW DAY EDITION


- DISCLAIMER: TYGTAL Exposure is a NCAA Certified Scouting Service -


**All necessary safety measures will be taken at event. Well-being of the athletes is of top priority. Athletes will need to bring their own water and temperatures will be taken during registration.**


WHY YOU CAN'T MISS THIS EVENT


The objective of the TYGTAL Showcase is to help underexposed athletes gain exposure and catch the attention of college coaches across the country. They also educate parents on the truths and lies in the world of recruiting and establish endgames for every student-athlete. There is purpose in everything they do and if it isn't beneficial to the athlete, it isn't done.


Every position group and drill at the TYGTAL showcase is recorded. There are multiple cameras to capture video of the event, including 7 tripod endzone cameras, drone cameras, and handheld cameras. No athlete, position group or drill goes unrecorded. But the cameras are doing more than just recording the event.


The Showcase will also be streamed LIVE over a private network that is accessible to college coaches across the country with TYGTAL subscriptions. There will be commentators on the broadcast as well throughout the event. They'll go over the importance of the drills being conducted, profile different players, talk about what TYGTAL provides student-athletes and much more.


Each athlete will have access to their individual film at some point after the Showcase so they can upload it to their HUDL account. Video from this showcase gives coaches an updated reference point. They get to see what you look like, if you've stayed in shape since last season, how much you've been training, and how you perform against high-level competition. What summer camps can't provide this year, this showcase will.

On top of all that, when you book a spot at the TYGTAL Showcase, a recruit interview is included, as well as a FREE VIEW DAY session to schedule whenever you would like. (To learn more about #VIEWDAY, click hashtag)


When you go to register for the showcase, you must first fill out an athletic questionaire which creates a FREE profile in the TYGTAL database. Be as informative as you can when filling it out because that is where coaches go to watch your film, watch your interview, check over your grades, and learn all about you.


The TYGTAL Showcase provides college coaches with all three pieces of the puzzle in the recruiting process; the film, accurate recruit info & interview, and video displaying athleticism, flexibility, quick twitch muscles, and explosiveness.

Over the last 10 years, TYGTAL Showcases have helped provide student-athletes the exposure they needed. Below are some quotes from players about how these showcases helped them in their recruiting process...

- JOE OWENS, QB -

Piedmont, SC

Alabama State University (Class of 2024); Wren High School (2019 State Champion)


Q - Why did you attend the TYGTAL showcase & how did you hear about it?

A - "I was Looking for exposure and learned about it on Twitter."


Q - How did the TYGTAL showcase benefit you as a player & in the recruiting process in general?

A - "The TYGTAL showcase taught me a lot and not all just playing the game. They taught me about all the steps of the recruiting process and how to get more exposure and things to do and not to do on and off the field."


Q - What was different about the TYGTAL showcase vs any others you had been to before?

A - "The TYGTAL showcase is very different than any other showcase I’ve ever attended. TYGTAL showcase is a lot of work with a small group. They keep the groups small so you can get one on one work with the coaches. They also have a lot of different coaches from different schools watching in person and on live streams. Lastly TYGTAL teaches you how to be a better player and person on and off the field."


- DEXTER WILLIAMS, QB -

Macon, GA

Indiana University (Class of 2024); Mount De Sales Academy


Q - Why did you attend the TYGTAL showcase & how did you hear about it?

A - "I attended the showcase because I heard that college coaches would be there and there would always be good competition. I heard about it through family members that know a lot about TYGTAL."


Q - How did the TYGTAL showcase benefit you as a player & in the recruiting process in general?

A - "The TYGTAL Showcase benefitted me more than I ever thought it would when it came to recruiting. The film that was shown to my college coach was actually from my showcase highlights."


Q - What was different about the TYGTAL showcase vs any others you had been to before?

A - "The best part about TYGTAL showcases is that it shows if you can actually ball and does not record things such as 40s which leaves more time for competition against other guys!"


- STEPHEN HOOD, OL -

Marietta, GA

Mars Hill University (Class of 2024); Kell High School


Q - Why did you attend the TYGTAL showcase & how did you hear about it?

A - "I attended the showcase because I wanted to get more exposure and more practice to become a better football player and I heard about it through an email."


Q - How did the TYGTAL showcase benefit you as a player & in the recruiting process in general?

A - "The TYGTAL showcase taught me a lot and they gave me a lot of exposure to new colleges and are the reason I’m playing college football."

Q - What was different about the TYGTAL showcase vs any others you had been to before?

A - "The TYGTAL showcase felt more one on one and I got to interact with the coaches more than I did at any other camp."


- PJ WHITE, OLB -

Warner Robins, GA / Orangeburg, SC

Eastern Kentucky University (Class of 2023); Warner Robins High School


Q - Why did you attend the TYGTAL showcase & how did you hear about it?

A - "I attended to get more exposure and heard about it through a mutual friend."


Q - How did the TYGTAL showcase benefit you as a player & in the recruiting process in general?

A - "There were good coaches to teach new things and help you with different things you never knew you needed. It helped me get into a D1 school."


Q - What was different about the TYGTAL showcase vs any others you had been to before?

A - "This showcase was different because you got more work with less people and guaranteed results."

This is more than just a chance to compete or be seen. It's more than running a 40 and getting a t-shirt. It's an opportunity for real exposure in an unprecedented time in not just recruiting, but the whole world. It's a chance to wake everyone up, to get your name on recruiting boards and, potentially, even leave with an offer. With no guarantee of a season this Fall, will you take advantage of this opportunity or let it pass you by?


And who knows....if you come and show out you might even make the All-Showcase team...


- To fill out the FREE Athletic Questionaire, click here.

- If you've already got a TYGTAL profile and want to register for the Showcase, click here.


**Spots are limited so don't wait to register! 30 spots per position group (15 QBs)**

Early Bird Fee is $125 (by July 5); after that it goes up to $140.


**Below is a video explaining more about TYGTAL Showcases & fliers for the event**



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