Take control of eight teams at one time. You can try doing this with the entire Ivy League, but it is harder. Mid-major conferences work better, such as teams like Akron, Toledo, Idaho, etc. During pre-season recruiting, scout only five and four-star recruits and have each of the eight teams scout the exact same fifteen players. Since a scout can only have a list of eight possible choices, he will have to select one of your schools. You will soon have five-star prospects signing with teams like New Mexico State or Idaho rather than Virginia Tech, USC, or Texas. However, this trick only works during in-season recruiting. However, if you do this for a couple years, your team will be considerably better.