We treasure and take great pride in every issue of The Bootleg Magazine that we produce throughout the year. Each one has can't-miss timely features, exclusive interviews and renowned commentaries on the important subjects in Stanford sports. Our bold, beautiful photos bring Stanford athletes of today and yesteryear to your coffee table top - the envy of your family, friends and neighbors.
But there is one keepsake issue we publish each year that compels Cardinalmaniacs™ to sign up or upgrade to The Bootleg. Our Football Recruiting Yearbook is the only of its kind on the planet, bringing you the most in-depth coverage imaginable of every scholarship student-athlete who signed a National Letter of Intent to push Stanford Football to the next level. For the last couple months, we have pushed on our front page for you to sign up or upgrade your subscription to get your hands on our 2007 Football Recruiting Yearbook.
Today is your last chance. Sign up for (or upgrade your monthly subscription to) an annual or three-month Total Access Pass subscription by the end of Wednesday February 21 to meet the deadline for delivery of The Bootleg Magazine 2007 Football Recruiting Yearbook.
Creating or upgrading your subscription by the end of today will not only net you the only recruiting magazine dedicated 100 percent to Stanford Football's signees, but you will also receive the heralded Scout.com National Recruiting Yearbook, with 48 jam-packed pages of rankings, analysis and feature stories on the next superstars of college football and who signed where for all BCS conferences. This bonus issue will arrive with the Stanford recruiting issue of The Bootleg Magazine, making your mailbox the happiest it will be all year.
That is the gravy, but you will gobble up the meat and potatoes that The Bootleg brings to your table with our 2007 Football Recruiting Yearbook:
- In-depth profiles on all 19 of Stanford's signees in the 2006 class
- Quotes from Stanford coaches on what makes these kids compelling
- Handicapping of the class' sleepers and who will see the field early
- Up-close with All-American kicker/punter dual dandy David Green
- Which way will offense/defense recruits like Kellen Kiilsgaard go?
- An in-depth look at the changing body types of offensive linemen
- "Kibbles & Bits" collection of factoids, including the final Admissions statistics
This 2007 signing class will help make or break Cardinal fortunes for the next four to five years. For that reason, you will keep this special issue of The Bootleg Magazine by your side not for weeks or even months - but for years! It is the definitive treatise on the first recruiting class signed by Jim Harbaugh, upon which his and Stanford's success will be built. Every time you see a Class of 2007 recruit in the field or in the news for the Cardinal, our 2007 Football Recruiting Yearbook is where you will find his high school stats, rankings and ratings, and projections for an impact at the Pac-10 level.
Do not miss out on this one-of-a-kind magazine. Sign up or upgrade your subscription today! The deadline is the end of Wednesday February 21. Act now, lest this marvelous magazine pass you by and put you outside the inside scoop of Stanford Football's next impact players and stars.
Bonus: For a limited time, you will also receive a full year (56 issues) of Sports Illustrated ($39.95 value) included with any annual pass subscription.
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