Every College Football Program Talking To Athletes On GMTM | GMTM

Every College Football Program Talking To Athletes On GMTM

ByScotty Jenkins

Published on Wed Aug 11 2021

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3 min read

Every College Football Program Talking To Athletes On GMTM

With over 12,000 active football athletes and growing, GMTM has become the best place for coaches to find and discover new talent in every class.

The interactive marketing tools on GMTM help colleges reach more athletes faster and easier. And with one link you can share the same information with hundreds of prospects and their families.

Multiple coaches have seen their recruiting reach grow dramatically since beginning to interact with prospects on GMTM. Some of which have seen interest from states that were too expensive to recruit from before using the platform.

Below are all of the schools across NCAA football that are using GMTM to reach a larger number of athletes.

NCAA Division III Football Programs


Currently, a growing number of the top D-III football programs are hosting virtual events on GMTM that high school athletes can participate in.

These schools from different areas of the country are not only highly competitive on the gridiron, but they are also among the best academic institutions in each of their respective conferences.

So far, GMTM has partnered with schools from the Empire 8 Conference, the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Association, the Presidents' Athletic Conference and more.

You can scroll through all of the Division-III college teams that are interacting with athletes on GMTM below.


Albright College


Allegheny College


Gallaudet University


Gettysburg College


Ohio Wesleyan University


Saint Vincent College


Utica College


Waynesburg University


University of Wisconsin-Platteville


William Paterson University


NCAA Division I Football Programs

Currently, there are five D-I football teams ready to chat with top prospects on GMTM, with more being added all the time.

You can scroll through all of the Division-I football programs that are interacting with GMTM athletes below.


Army-West Point


Duke University


Florida International University


Georgia Tech University


Memphis Virtual Visit


Create your GMTM profile and check the Virtual Visits page to see which college football team launches the next one!

If you think your program would benefit from being seen by athletes on GMTM, send an email to anne@gmtm.com to gain access and get started.

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