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For Fans & Coaches

How You can use CBound

Track Sports Programs

Coaches -- CBound is a simple, no nonsense way to keep track of teams in your school's conference and to check your opponents' schedule and results.

Fans -- track your favorite schools the same way.

Quickly get Background Info

You have direct links to the information each school has posted, including coach biographies and online recruiting forms.

Get Insight into a Program -- Info Available Only on CBound

You can see what recruits and parents are saying about a school's sports program in the "Comments" section for a specific sport at a school.

Coaches -- Get the Word Out About Your Program

Have a new weight room? Did an athlete make All Conference? New Assistant Coach?

Let recruits know!

College coaches can comment on their own school or program using CBound's school-specific, program-specific commenting feature.

Fans -- Share with Recruits what You Know

Tell them about the traditions, the players in the past, the triumphs, and the storied defeats. Let them know what kind of offense is run, what the low-down is on the new coach, and other things. What you know can count!

Fans -- Connect with Fans like You

Fans can get in touch with other fans via CBound's messaging. Contact others who share interest in your team or college.

How do you start?

  1. Register for a free CBound silver membership.
  2. Go the CBound Schools page
  3. Simply look up the schools you are interested in.
  4. Add them to your CBound MySchools.

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  • Look up Sports Program
    Recruiting Info
  • Read Comments &
    Send Messages
  • Save a List
    of Schools

Resource Center

Get More Sports Recruiting Info:

  • Inside The Process Video
  • Tips for creating your own recruiting DVD
  • Athletic Recruiting Timeline
  • Coach's Recruiting Timeline
  • Letters/Emails
  • Frequently Asked Questions