Scout.com Debuts College Eligibility Tracker

SEATTLE, Dec. 8, 2006 - Scout.com debuts Eligibity Tracker, allows fans to view team position depth and recruiting commits in one convenient location.

Scout.com's Eligibility Tracker is accessible across all 119 Division I-A football team sites and network recruiting portals. The Tracker displays each school's current player roster depth per position matched with recruiting commits.

CLICK HERE NOW to view the Football Eligibility Tracker.



Scout.com Eligibility Tracker "We are very proud of our status as the industry leaders in both recruiting coverage and technical innovation," said Keith Haynes, Product Manager of Scout.com. "This is another first from the team that created the Network business model, produced the first national player and team recruiting rankings, and RSS topic feeds. We are excited to bring this level of coverage to our customers."

"It's not uncommon to see threads in every community discussing position depth, and how player eligibility affects recruiting needs," said Joel Cox, Director of Online Marketing. "Inevitably one of the users will go to a lot of work and research in order to educate his fellow fans on recruiting needs. Now customers will be able to see the entire landscape of position depth including how future players figure into the mix."


Scout.com is the industry leader in the coverage of college prospects and is the official content and selection partner of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and the associated U.S. Army National Combine for underclassmen. The network also syndicates its team news and recruiting coverage, reaching more than 20 million sports fans per month.

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