(WCCO) — A local company is trying to take advantage of the modern technology and apply it to high school football. They have created a database of games so teams can both scout other teams and send resume material to college coaches.
Charlie Kruse and his company are on the cutting edge — developing software that stores high school football footage so teams can scout opponents.
It’s also a computer warehouse for players to showcase themselves to colleges. It’s also a system where you can edit and submit to grab attention — and it’s all on the website called PrepAthlete.com.
The colleges then can watch who they want, when they want, because it’s a football universe.