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Purdue Football’s Graphic and Video Team Are Top Notch

I can’t be the only one that has noticed.

NCAA Football: Purdue at Rutgers Dennis Schneidler-USA TODAY Sports

It is time to give some recognition to the unsung heroes of the Purdue Football Team.

We have talked up Coach Brohm, his staff, the improvement the players have made and out fantastic Athletic Director, Mike Bobinski.

But, I cannot be the only one that has noticed how great the new graphics and videos have been that are coming from the Purdue Football Twitter Account. These are coming from our behind the scenes guys. The Boiler Football Twitter account tweets videos and graphics out regularly. But, even the recruits are getting graphics that just straight fire.

Here is the most recent one from highly touted Defensive Back, Larry Tracy.

Yes, that is a design with the most popular game in the world right now, Fortnite. What a way to reach the kid, more than likely every recruit that we are going after has played this popular game.

Here are a few from our big time commit, George Karlaftis.

As you can see, they put a lot of time and effort into this. A lot of people will say it is a waste of time. But, athletes want to feel wanted, they want to have the best graphics to show off to their friends when they are offered from a major university. This has improved 100x since Coach Hazell was here.

In this one to David Bell, it shows that we care in what he is doing outside of being the best wide receiver in the mid-west. We are showing interest in his ability on the basketball court as well, where he won a state championship this year.

These are just a few examples of what recruits get, now let’s take a look at what the Boiler Football Twitter is producing. My personal favorites are the Mic’d up from practice this spring - as it shows they are having a lot of fun being a part of this team (Kirk Barron is the best).

But, they also produce videos of just interviewing coaches and players that show their knowledge and love for the game.

They also take great photos of everyone at practice.

Anyway, I just wanted to give a shoutout to the best Graphics and Video Team in the Nation. Boiler Up!