National Recruiting Spotlight (NRS) is a website dedicated to the intricate world of college basketball recruiting. From rankings to interviews to event coverage and more, NRS is your place for anything recruiting. We’ll have the latest scoops, most accurate rankings and most detailed evaluations of players’ performances every weekend, so make sure you check back every day as you’ll always see something new every time you visit the site! NRS has been cited by many other media outlets from national companies such as ESPN to prominent newspapers across the United States including The Baltimore Sun. Founder Josh Paunil has also made multiple radio appearances.
Josh Paunil founded NRS in February of 2011 and is the sole writer for the website. He also writes a weekly column titled “Who’s Got Next?” for Rush The Court and contributes every Monday to Duke Report. You can follow him on Twitter at @JoshPaunilNRS.
Daryl Paunil is the NRS photographer and takes the pictures at the events we attend. His pictures capture the defining moments in games whether they are shots of rim-rattling dunks or buzzer-beating three-pointers.
Brianna Livesay created the logo you see to the left for National Recruiting Spotlight. She started her own business, Copasite Studios, which does website design, photography and more. Copasite provides affordable work in various mediums from wedding photography to website and logo design. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Collin Reynolds created the graphics for the player profiles that we display for each prospect in the class of 2012. Reynolds is the creator of Collin’s Customs where specializes in designing affordable custom shoes so be sure to check out his website and like his Facebook page. You can also follow him on Twitter at @CollinMReynolds.
Katie Lingan created the graphic for “Jarnell’s Journal.” She works as a free-lance photographer, doing anything from senior portraits to weddings and other special events. Not only does she do standard portraits for the public, but she also does a lot of conceptual work. You can like her Facebook page by clicking here and you may reach her at email@example.com.
Lisa MacHarrie developed the header image for the section, “Isaiah’s Ideas,” using her artistic talent and photography background. She has been a consultant on previous visual design ideas as well as other graphic design endeavors. Her contact information isn’t available, if you have any questions, comments or concerns regarding her work, you can contact NRS.