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An empirically based selection and evaluation system for collegiate football






Journal of Sport Management 12(3): 220-241

An empirically based selection and evaluation system for collegiate football

Using a content validity approach, including job analysis, a model was developed for selecting and appraising college American football players. Evaluation instruments were developed for offensive lineman, quarterback, running back, receiver, defensive lineman, linebacker and defensive secondary.


Accession: 003037955

DOI: 10.1123/jsm.12.3.220



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