Meeting on ETSU football tryouts scheduled for today
ETSU football head coach Carl Torbush and his staff released information regarding upcoming tryouts on Tuesday afternoon.
Today, the ETSU coaching staff will hold a meeting for all on-campus students who are interested in trying out for the team.
The meeting will take place in the third-floor forum inside the ETSU Culp Center at 6 p.m.
This meeting will inform students of the requirements which must be completed prior to being allowed to participate in on-field tryouts.
Below is a list of requirements students need to meet in order to attend the meeting on March 20.
1) Bring a letter of recommendation from their high school coach.
2) Bring a physical highlight video or provide an online link to highlights.
3) Be a full-time ETSU student (12 or more credit hours).
4) Must have a grade-point-average of 2.0 or higher (please bring unofficial transcript).
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