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All Improvements

Q: How can I improve my mental toughness and confidence? I use to be mentally tougher but am going through a slump.

A: It’s natural, even the best athletes doubt themselves at some point. You will likely have many people tell you that you won’t make it, you aren’t good enough, that you aren’t talented… believe me, it’s extremely tough to tune out and ignore, but you must ignore it! To build mental toughness you must commit yourself to becoming the most …

All Communicating with Coaches Getting Noticed Junior Colleges

Q: I’m at a Junior College and want to transfer to an NCAA school, what do I do?

A: Coaches recruit Junior College players in the same way as they recruit high school players. In fact, many NCAA programs and coaches put quality time into scouting and evaluating Junior College players every season. If you are playing at a Junior College and aren’t hearing from NCAA coaches, you must do some footwork on your own and send coaches …

All Getting Noticed Junior Colleges

Q: How does the recruiting process work with Junior College programs? How do I get in touch with JuCo coaches?

A: The Junior College route is a great one for players who feel they aren’t getting the interest from NCAA schools that they want to play for. Most NCAA programs and coaches put quality time into scouting and recruiting Junior College players so it’s definitely an option to look into if you aren’t happy with where recruiting is going as …

All Parents Selection Factors

Q: What is the best way to verify that a school or coach is right for your child?

A: Whether helping your child choose a school as a blue-chip prospect with 50 scholarship offers or as a Division III non-scholarship athlete, it is very important to develop personal selection criteria that will help them through the process – and prioritize it based on their non-negotiables and preferences. Before the process becomes overwhelming, what are the core factors that …

All Getting Noticed Injuries

Q: I was getting recruited by multiple schools last year, but had a season-ending injury. I’m back now, how do I get recruited again?

A: Injuries, in most cases, are more mentally challenging than physically challenging to recover from. And depending on when your injury occurs (freshman year vs. junior year), you may have a little tougher route to getting scholarship offers, but it’s not impossible. Yes, you can come back from most injuries—it just takes plenty of extra patience, work and faith. This …