Including D1, D1-AA, DII, NAIA, DIII, and JUCO, there are almost 1000 colleges with football programs in the United States. If you are at least an average to above average player, with some hard work, diligence and flexibility you should be able to play at the next level with some or all your tuition paid for. But, you can’t just sit back and wait to be discovered or expect your football coach to do it (or your parents). All those people may (and should) play some role in your recruiting process. However, no one but you is going to go earn one. With that in mind, I’ve assembled a list of tips that I’ve found to incredibly helpful in getting you (or your kid) through the College Football Recruiting Process.