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.
Before the camp, reach out to the coach with your highlight video and key stats to make sure you’re on their list. And follow up after the camp with a thank you email.
With recruiting season in full swing, we offered 11 coaches the opportunity to openly and anonymously share their thoughts on how recruits should handle telling a program no.
Coaches are less impressed with the end result of a play than the progression of the play. They want to see an athlete through an entire play; watching footwork, off-ball movement and everything else that goes into a team effort.
Make personal contact (don’t make mom or dad call). Follow up on the season; ask about experiences with the team. Doing this shows real interest.
A good way to oversee this process is to ask kids which position they love playing and which ones they are curious about and start mixing up lineups. This can also prove to be lots of fun for the team.
Jones is known as one of the most humble players in the NFL, a characteristic that those who knew him said he carried all the way back to his youth days. But it almost cost him in the eyes of some scouts.
If you make the choice to pursue the prosperity of Education, Action and Commitment, they will be your partners of success beyond the court!
If all you need is an ID number, create a profile and wait for serious recruiting interest before upgrading to a certification account.
His older brother, father, grandfather, grandmother and four of his aunts and uncles all attended Indiana. So when the time came to visit his brother, Phillip, at school, his mother presented him with the idea to reach out to the Indiana coaching staff.
An injury can sometimes even be a blessing in disguise. It may force your student-athlete to develop better eating and training habits.
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