Two Hopkins County men are touting a free App that gets athletes and sports recruiters together. The App is called The Recruiters Black Book and it was started last April by Tyrone Ivery. Derick Dial soon joined the project with Ivery. Ivery said he discovered the need for the App after hearing stories from his nephew Willie Ivery, who committed to the University of North Texas in football out of Sulphur Springs High School. Dial’s son, Kedrick, was also recruited by Texas Tech and Baylor out of SSHS. Ivery said the App is for athletes in all sports. He said it helps an athlete get exposure and also has benefits for recruiters. Ivery said recruiters can check an athletes videos, photos and other info. Athletes can become familiar with recruiters. The men hope contacts and visits will result. The App is available free to download at Google Play and at the Apple App Store. Their website is www.therecruitersblackbook.com. Ivery hopes to sell ads to support the project. He stays busy talking up the App on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Ivery said interest in the project is growing. He said NFL Insider has checked out the App. The men envision the App reaching a global audience. They call the App a labor of love. Ivery said it’s all about the kids.
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