Blog Topic: Finding Help in Your Recruitment

What You Can Learn From the Top Player in the World

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You probably saw the clips or at least tuned in to the finals of this year’s US Open, because that’s when tennis gets exciting. You have to agree, Serena winning another title is well worth it. And on the men’s side, the battle of Djokovic and Murray was the most intense match of the entire […]


School is Back, Get Your Recruiting Started Off Right

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It’s that time of year again. School is starting and fall sports are in full swing. Even if it’s not the time of year for your sport, I am sure you are on your way to doing all you can to improve- It also means you will have more time to focus on your recruitment. […]


Who Is Going to Get You Recruited?

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High school athletes constantly see other kids their age get recruited to big schools on ESPN. These talented athletes have been sought out by college coaches because they are the best of the best. So unless you are recognized around the country for your athletic talents, you can’t rely on college coaches to come find […]


You Are Not Alone In College Recruiting

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Getting started on your recruiting can be scary, especially if you do not know what to expect or how to begin. Remember recruiting is a process and will take time to learn and master, so don’t get frustrated and end up quitting before you start. Don’t worry you don’t need to do this all on […]


Must-Know College Recruiting Strategies: Contacting Coaches

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The recruiting process is constantly changing. The methods and rules are forever evolving, which makes it difficult to keep up with what you can and can’t do. It is important for high school athletes who are looking to get recruited to play college sports to stay on top of important information that can affect their ability […]


You Need Recruiting Goals, Here Are 5 Ways to Get Them

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Why you need to create recruiting goals Having the goal of playing college sports, is something that most high school athletes dream about, but don’t know the proper steps of making it to the college level. Creating the right goals to get to the college level will help make the college recruiting successful. Student-athletes will […]


What Division Level Is Best For You?

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A question which we ask many of our athletes is “Do you know which division level you are best suited to play in?” Very few potential recruits know what division level they are suited for or even the difference between the division levels. Get an understanding of each division level; ask your current coach for […]


A Quick Recruiting Overview For The College-Bound Athlete

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Get Familiar With Recruiting Terms Let’s start with the NCAA Clearinghouse or what is currently known as NCAA Eligibility Center. The Eligibility Center is how the NCAA DI and DII colleges determine if student-athletes are academically prepared and athletically eligible to play at those levels. Most student-athletes do not hear the term “eligibility center” until […]


Recruiting Tricks You Can Learn From A Coach Who Understands Recruiting

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Football Scholarships for Everybody Is it really possible for one school to have 19 high school students receive football scholarships in one season? It is and it happened this year at Friendship Collegiate Academy in Washington D.C. How is this even possible? While we advise against relying on your high school coach to get you […]


Eating Disorders And Recruiting: Why College-Bound Athletes Are Vulnerable

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A Growing Problem? As young women compete in sports in ever increasing numbers it is vitally important that they educate themselves about eating disorders. It is estimated that up to 30% of female college athletes have symptoms. And if you look at this issue through a recruiting lens, three major issues emerge: an eating disorder […]



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