Blog Topic: Recruiting

The Best Ways to Stay on Track During the Football Dead Period

The football dead period starts today for high school recruits across the country. The dead period means there is restricted face-to-face contact between college coaches and potential recruits. While you are still able to call and email with college coaches during this time, it is easy to lose ground in your recruiting because of the […]

What Recruits Need to Know About College Bowl Games

Now that it’s the start of the college bowl season it’s time for recruits to learn even more about the football recruitment process. To start, here’s a taste of what college football competition looks like: There are over 1.1 million high school football players in the US and only 13,750 NCAA division I football spots […]

How High School Track and Field Affects your College Recruitment

What you need to know about college track and field There’s a lot of athletic competition out there so if you want to compete at the college level you need to know everything there is about the recruiting process. Whether you are a first year high school student or a senior this year you need […]

New NCAA Rule for Junior-Year Basketball Recruits

Are you a junior-year basketball recruit? Did you know that starting January 1, 2013, you are allowed to start taking official visits to potential colleges? Earlier this year, the NCAA made big changes to the Men’s Basketball Recruiting model. One of the biggest changes was the date that official visits to start for students in […]

Use These ACT Test Tips to Boost Your Recruiting Profile

Many of you might be heading to the take the ACT tomorrow (December 8th), which means you need to be as prepared as possible. You should have spent the last couple of months studying, taking practice tests, and getting all the help you can to do well on the ACT test. And of course, you […]

Finding Top Soccer Colleges

College Soccer Championships Every November college soccer teams compete in the soccer college championships to determine who will be number 1. College soccer players and fans are just a few days away from learning which team will be this year’s reigning soccer champs.  The NCAA division I Men’s championship will be held this Sunday in […]

NCAA Volleyball Rankings Can Help Your Recruiting

According to the NCAA Recruiting calendar, the quiet period for women’s volleyball starts today, December 3rd, and runs until next Tuesday, December 11th. During the quiet period, a college coach may only have in-person contact with you on campus. That means they cannot come to your tournaments or games to evaluate you. You are still […]

The Football Contact Period Has Started

The NCAA Football Contact Period The NCAA contact period for football scholarship recruiting started yesterday and high school athletes should use this time to amp up their recruiting. Whether your high school team is wrapping up their season or looking for post-season success, the contact period for football is an open window for your communication […]

Winter Softball Benefits Non-Recruits

With the NCAA softball quiet and dead periods coming up, it is important for softball recruits to know where they stand in the softball scholarship recruiting process. These communication periods during the year can affect your ability to communicate with a college coach, which means knowing what to do can have a big impact on your […]

Hockey Recruiting for Serious Recruits

As a potential hockey recruit you should have a good understanding of how competitive the recruiting process is. Hockey recruits looking to earn athletic scholarships need to be competitive. They also need to be informed about colleges that offer hockey scholarships and what those college coaches are looking for in potential hockey recruits. With the […]

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