U-M virtual reality recruiting tool is awesome [Video]

With social media and whatnot, the world of college football recruiting is not what it once was. Because of that, coaches around the nation are constantly looking for creative ways to entice recruits to come to their program.

Jim Harbaugh and the University of Michigan are taking things to a new level as they have worked with a virtual reality company called Headcase to develop a tool to aid in recruiting. The virtual reality goggles were designed to give potential recruits a look into what it’s like to be part of the Michigan football program without having to step foot on campus.

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Check out this video from ESPN that shows what the goggles are all about. Pretty cool stuff.

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