Only go to a particular schools football recruiting camp if you are certain they are serious about evaluating you as a recruited football prospect. This means they have made you an initial offer or have told your coach and / or yourself that they have serious interest. General emails or mass mailed letters should not be mistaken for being recruited or viewed as an expression of interest.
If you are not an invite, go to a camp that has multiple schools in attendance. This way you pay for one football recruiting camp and maximize your exposure. You may have to pay to fly there, but in the long run it will be cheaper and more beneficial in the recruiting process.
Once again you limit the number of camps you plan to attend by doing as we suggest. You have to find out in advance by calling and emailing them to see if the school is sincerely interested in you. If they do not respond after sending information you are either not on that programs list or you need to call Get Recruited so we can help you get answers.