There’s no right or wrong way of being an athlete, everyone’s situation is different. These are just some things to think about when deciding what athletic path to take. Learn the in and outs and pros and cons of getting involved in the recruiting process.
Often times, student-athletes believe that if they are good enough, they will automatically receive a scholarship, but unfortunately, that isn’t the case. Although everyone doesn’t receive a scholarship, there are a few sports where it’s a little easier.
There are some common recruiting questions that soccer players have when they are going through the recruiting process. Having a better understanding of these common questions will help you navigate the process efficiently.
Attending camps can be a great opportunity in your recruiting journey. But what does an invite from a coach really mean? And how do you know if it’s specific to you or generic? Use this guide to gauge which camps will provide you with the best recruiting opportunities.
How do you go about getting evaluated by college coaches? As you decide which camps and tournaments you want to attend this summer, make sure you have a game plan for your upcoming events. Here are some tips for getting college coaches to evaluate you.
Beginning June 15, 2019, D1 college coaches and rising high school juniors are allowed to communicate. This includes emails, phone calls, texts, social media messages and face-to-face contact. Ready to start reaching out to coaches? Here are some tips to help you make a great first impression.
For many student-athletes, an athletic scholarship allows them to attend a school they might not otherwise be able to afford. However, scholarship spots are in high demand. To help you navigate the recruiting process, here are five important things you need to know about athletic scholarships.
The NCAA has adopted four new D1 recruiting rules. These rules are designed to stop the growth of early recruiting and give student-athletes the opportunity to make a more informed decision on their college of choice.
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Attending college camps is a great way to develop your skills and get evaluated by coaches. Check out NCSA’s definitive list of every 2019 college camp for basketball, volleyball, football, softball, and wrestling.
The new rules don’t directly change the recruiting timeline for DII, DIII, NAIA or Junior College schools. However, DI recruiting behavior can have a ripple effect.
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