Ray Grasshoff

Biography

Ray Grasshoff is a writer in Austin, Texas.

His interests in the college football recruiting process began with his son’s experiences leading up to and including participation in college football programs at both the Division I Football Bowl Subdivision and Division III levels.

Formerly, Grasshoff was a public information officer at four State of Texas agencies – the Railroad Commission of Texas, the Texas Water Development Board, the Texas Department of Health’s Bureau of Radiation Control, and the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.

He is the author of another nonfiction book, Man of Two Worlds, and has written numerous magazine articles. In addition, he has edited a weekly newspaper.

Grasshoff has a journalism degree from Texas A&M University.

For more information, see his website at www.raygrasshoff.com.

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Books

Man of Two Worlds
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Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 29,920. Language: English. Published: October 15, 2010. Category: Nonfiction » History » European
In 1854, Wilhelm F. Kempe, 26, and his sister Auguste, 20, left their native Kingdom of Saxony in Europe for a new home in Texas. Remaining in Saxony were their aging, widowed father and a 10-year-old sister and an 8-year-old brother. Their letters to Wilhelm tell, often painfully, of the emotional toll this disruption took on the lives of family and friends who remained in the Fatherland.
Beyond Friday Nights: College Football Recruiting for Players and Parents
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Price: $6.99 USD. Words: 45,590. Language: English. Published: April 16, 2010. Category: Nonfiction » Sports & outdoor recreation » Football & rugby
Every year, a new class of high school football players and their parents begin to ask questions about playing at the next level. They want to know what college coaches are looking for in prospective recruits, how those college coaches identify and recruit those prospects, and how to get and keep those coaches' attention. The answers to these and other questions are here.

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