When it comes to recruiting, college football coaching staffs will use anything and everything at their disposal to entice prospects to consider and ultimately choose their program. Whether it's the location of the school, a winning tradition or a student body littered with beautiful co-eds. coaches will promote what they have to in order to land top talent.
Take the University of Cincinnati, for example. Their coaches seem to be using affordable Mexican food to sell Fort Wayne (Ind.) three-star wide receiver Ben Skowronek on joining the Bearcats.
— Austin Mack (@Austin_Mack10)
— Austin Mack (@Austin_Mack10) May 11, 2015
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That's Fort Wayne (Ind.) Bishop Luers wide receiver Austin Mack who shared the graphic. No word yet on whether Skowronek was impressed with the recruiting pitch or if he's actually a Qdoba guy.
Either way, he's announcing his commitment fairly soon, so we'll learn just how much pull Chipotle did or didn't have.
— Ben Skowronek (@BSkowronek10) May 7, 2015