Inside the Headset: Julian Griffin

This week on Inside the Headset we are featuring Julian Griffin, the running backs coach at UTSA. Coach Griffin discusses his role as NFL Liaison, his recruiting approach, and the importance of having mentors in the profession. Julian Griffin played wide receiver at ULM from 2008-2012 before becoming a coach at Texas A&M Kingsville. His coaching stops include ULM, Central Methodist, SMU, Arkansas, and is now present at UTSA as the running backs coach. Coach Griffin earned his bachelor’s degree in kinesiology and exercise fitness from ULM in 2012 and his master’s degree in education from Texas A&M-Kingsville in 2015. 2:11 What do NFL scouts look for? 4:07 Experience with PRO Days 6:29 Working with athletes outside of current discipline …

Inside the Headset: Paul Michalak

This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring Trinity University’s Assistant head coach, and the AFCA’s D3 Assistant Coach of the Year, Coach Paul Michalak. Coach Michalak talks about both his and his family’s football journey, shares what it is like recruiting at a non-scholarship, high academic performance university, and gives us insight into the advanced technology used to run Trinity’s camps.

Inside the Headset: Josh Jones

This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring Northwestern State’s safeties coach and recruiting coordinator, Josh Jones. Coach Jones talks about chasing knowledge of the game, shares his experience recruiting in the heart of high school football, and discusses what it’s like being a member of the AFCA’s 35Under35 Institute.

Inside the Headset: Aaron Pflugrad

This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring Northern Arizona University’s offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, Aaron Pflugrad. Coach Pflugrad takes us through his coaching philosophy, talks about quarterback recruiting, and shares the impact his father had on his coaching journey.

The Recruit-Ready Room

The Recruit-Ready Room

For college programs, the locker room also serves as a recruiting tool and provides existing student-athletes with comfort and convenience. It’s not just lockers. It’s PS5s, bunk beds for recovery, hydration and nutrition stations, tutoring rooms and barbershops. These aren’t your father’s locker rooms.