Ohio Top 2015 Recruits
The McCallister Scouting Report, in order give readers a recruiting base, have listed many of the possible football recruits for the Ohio Class of 2015. Read more...
Ohio Class of 2014 Prospects
The McCallister Scouting Report, in order to give readers an Ohio recruiting base, have listed many of the top recruits in the Ohio Class of 2014. The prospects are listed in alphabetical order by first name to make it easier to find a prospect. Since heights and weights vary so much, they are not listed. The same with the 40 times and GPA's. As in any list, some names have been unintentionally missed. The comments are brief, positive, and meant to be constructive. MSROHIO hopes that you enjoy reading about the Ohio "Class of 2014."
What Seniors Need to Know
Entering your senior year of high school? MSROhio has the information that will help you enjoy the recruiting process- instead of feeling lost. Read more
What Juniors Need To Know
You're getting ready or have already started your Junior year of high school. MSROhio has the information that will help you enjoy the recruiting process. Read more
What Sophomores Need to Know
So you are one of the few who played some varsity during your freshman year. Is the recruiting process going to start during your
sophomore year? It could, so here are some things you need to remember. Read More
What To Do With Your Highlights
With the media hype leading the way, fans are constantly informed what prospects are getting offered by what colleges. Of course, not all prospects are getting offers. For those, early game video is crucial. Here are some rules to follow when sending out early season videos. Read More
What Should a High School Coach Do?
So you're a high school coach and you have a player that looks capable of playing at the next level. What should you do? Here are several things you can do to help your athlete achieve the chance to trade the great game of football for
an education. Read more
College Game Day Visits
Attending college football games as a guest of the home university can be a very exciting time for any high school football player. But there are some rues and procedures you need to be aware of before you take in the next big game. Read more
Athletes & Parents Should Work Together
Parents play a major role during the recruiting process. Here are several tips to remember as you go through this once in a lifetime experience called college football recruiting.
MSROHIO Underclassmen Showcase Camps
Instead of one centrally located MSROHIO Underclassmen Showcase Camp this summer, we decided to hold three camps in different parts of Ohio. Also, instead of conducting them on the weekends, we experimented by
having one on Tuesday and one on Thursday. The third camp was held on Sunday.
Although we had some talented prospects, the numbers were not what I wanted. The instructors were good. The host schools- Toledo St Johns, Thomas Worthington, and Franklin were terrific. They were very accommodating.
Still with all of the positives, the actual numbers were not want I expected.
Keep reading to see my comments on some of the top campers at each camp.
MSR Ohio Football Recruiting Talks
Last year John McCallister began speaking to various high school football teams/parents about college football recruiting. Presentations can be scheduled for any season of the year and any day of the year. His power point presentation includes all areas of college football recruiting, with the basic theme being "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Football Recruiting."
John McCallister Scouting Report Timeline
In 1989 John McCallister started the Ohio Prep Scouting Report as a recruiting service providing information to those who follow the top high school prospects prior to them making their college choice. Read more
Football: Recruiters are artists as well as scientists
Columbus Dispatch article featuring John McCallister Read more
Coaches Trust scout McCallister
Cincinnati Enquirer article featuring John McCallister