Discover Prospects

Tracking Football helps clients identify prospects quicker and easier. From our home page in the bottom right corner you can see how many total players are available for viewing in the database. You can also see how many players have been added and updated in the last 20 days. Click “Search players” at top of […]

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D1 Football Prospects’ Track & Field Participation

Over 3800 high school football players have a reported Division 1 football offer according to 247Sports. Tracking Football research finds that 56% of those players have also participated in track and field. Track & field data provides powerful data driven insights to football personnel and recruiting departments.  These results are historic, objective and standardized. Unfortunately […]

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New Export functionality

Tracking Football continues to innovative and provide efficient customer solutions. This week we released the ability to export searches into excel, which allows customers to upload to their database provider.  Customers simply do a search. Below a search for LB’s that are a minimum of 215 pounds, ran 100m dash, high school class of 2019.  […]

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Nearly 65% of “The Opening” finalists have track and field background

NCAA Division I coaches are permitted to subscribe to Tracking Football for football scouting services. We currently have 20+ FBS clients in the ACC, American, Big Ten, Big 12, Independent, MAC and Pac-12 conferences. Tracking Football focuses on the analysis of athletic data when evaluating football players. Below are the results of a study we […]

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NFL’s Top OL to Watch and Their High School PAI Score

The Player Athletic Index (PAI) scores the raw athleticism of a HS football player by taking into account height, weight, position, and track and field data. Our 0.0 – 5.0 PAI metric allows college scouts to evaluate prospects in an objective and unbiased manner.  PAI score also allows users to discover football athleticism whether players […]

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Stanford’s domination keyed by players with extreme athleticism

Stanford’s football team put on a dominating performance in the opener against Rice. What struck us was how many Stanford players contributed to the win (656 yards total offense and near defensive shutout) and how many of those players have diverse athletic backgrounds. Notice many players below with high PAI scores indicating superior football athleticism. […]

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Tracking Football finds 82.5% of The Opening finalists were multiple sport athletes in high school

NCAA Division I coaches are permitted to subscribe to Tracking Football for football scouting services. We currently have FBS clients in the Big Ten, Big 12 and Pac-12 conferences. Tracking Football focuses on the analysis of athletic data when evaluating football players. We have studied the multiple sport background of high school football players for […]

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