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Hi guys I did a search on this but couldn't really find an answer. As a booster, is it okay for me to use Twitter to congratulate a recruit on choosing FSU if he announces it on Twitter? Obviously I know I can't recruit him but just to say welcome aboard? Also, what about interaction with current players on Twiiter? Thanks so much!
Chris Nee of 247Sports.com. You can follow me on twitter @CNee247.
I don't even follow recruits on Twitter, enough people retweet what they do anyway.
GO NOLES !!!
I am a Golden Chief, and I was told in a very explicit way to make 0 contact with prospective players or recruits when I gave my money.
That included Facebook, Twitter, and other digital media.
Guess I need to stop giving money as a booster. lol
Yeah, I'd just stay away. You can always follow the general guideline that Booster or not, you probably shouldn't contact high school kids you don't know. Next thing you know you're outside Miami Central in a Garnet & Gold panel van handing out high fives and orange slices. Don't be that guy, leave that to the Miami fans.
The more you know.
I hate to be that guy but why would you follow 17 18 year old kids?
I don't follow them. I follow TomahawkNation and when he retweeted Jesus Wilson saying he wouldn't take any more visits and would be coming to FSU I thought about sending a "welcome aboard" tweet because you know how these guys can't get enough "showing the love" but decided it might not be a good idea. Thank you everyone for your replies.
I'm a booster and have also received literature saying not to contact recruits in any way.
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