Virtual Reality has made its appearance in football. According to an article in the Indianapolis Star written by John Marshall of the Associated Press, virtual reality is being used as a form of preparing players for game situations. With the use of the 360 degree pictures, any football player can put himself in a real football play. He then has to react to the situation that presents itself.Colleges have adapted this electronic method as a way of evaluating potential recruits to their college program. It is also a way to present the college environment to these prospects without bringing them on campus. This, as I know, is called an unofficial “visit”. As far as the college program is concerned, it lowers costs and expands the area a college can recruit.It won’t be long until the whole process of recruiting and reviewing scouting reports will become a computerized phenomenon rather than the real-life experience. Football has joined Star Wars.