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Survey: Recruits support athletes' stipends

7/21/2014
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High School Football Recruits Support Changes

ESPN Recruiting Nation reporter Jeremy Crabtree discusses the results of a wide-ranging survey of the top 300 high school football recruits in the nation.

Most of the nation's top high school recruits believe the College Football Playoff is the best way to determine the national champion, think athletes should receive a stipend, want an early signing period and have been harassed by fans on social media.

ESPN.com conducted a wide-ranging survey of the top 300 high school football recruits in the nation and received more than 150 responses. The survey was conducted over a three-week period in June and July, and players were asked about their views on college athletics today and their experiences as a heavily recruited player.

Read more from ESPN.com's Jeremy Crabtree.