High school football team will wear QR codes on jerseys

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A high school football team is going to have seniors wear QR codes on their jerseys, but it's not because they're trying to get fans into cryptocurrency of NFTs.

According to Doug Samuels of Football Scoop (H/T Uni Watch), seniors at Cartersville High School in Georgia will wear QR codes on the back of their uniforms that link to their recruiting information:

While it's unclear how difficult it will be for fans or scouts sitting in the stands to scan a moving QR code, it's definitely an interesting strategy to try to promote the top players in your program. Having to e-mail a link to a player's Hudl profile or search for it via their social media profiles (if you can locate that) is a very clunky process. This potentially expedites it.

Notable alum from Cartersville High School include Trevor Lawrence and Ronnie Brown.

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