Ryan Day’s Recruiting Admittance Is Brutally Honest

0

Ryan Day’s Recruitment Admittance Is Brutally Honest

Despite the fact that Ryan Day has yet to win a national championship with Ohio State, the Buckeyes’ recruiting hasn’t slowed since he took over in 2019.

However, one aspect of recruiting appears to be grating on Day’s nerves.

Day admitted on his recent radio show that prospects’ parents are becoming more involved in their recruiting.

“Sometimes you have to recruit the parents more than the young men,” he said.

Day does not appear to be struggling in this area, which is good news for Buckeyes fans.

His last two recruiting classes were ranked in the top five in the country and No. 1 in the state.

In the Big Ten, they are ranked number one.

However, some believe Day is exaggerating the difficulty of recruiting with overbearing parents.

It’s been said that there’s probably never been a time when coaches didn’t have to persuade parents to allow their children to participate in their program.

One fan responded, “That seems like common sense for basically all of eternity.”

In a retweet, Bill DiFilippo of Uproxx asked, “honest question: was there ever an era of recruiting in any sport where you didn’t have to convince parents that their children should come play for you?”

“Coaches have always said how they would try to win the parents first,” a fan replied to DiFilippo.

If recruiting were easy, the same schools would not consistently dominate the rankings.

Some schools have simply mastered the art of persuading parents and potential students to enroll.

Ryan Day’s Recruiting Admittance Is Brutally Honest

charset=”utf-8″ wpcc-script async src=”https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js” wpcc-script async src=”https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js” wpcc-script async src=”https

Ryan Day Has Brutally Honest Admission On Recruiting

Ryan Day Has Brutally Honest Admission On Recruiting

Ryan Day Has Brutally Honest Admission On Recruiting

Ryan Day Has Brutally Honest Admission On Recruiting

Comments are closed.