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Learn insider tips on how the NCAA recruiting process works, including:
– The #1 Rule to get Noticed
– NCAA / NAIA Academic Requirements
– 8 Reasons Why Players May Begin to be Recruited
– 1st Question College Coaches Will Ask You
– How Coaches Rank Players
– What to Expect Each Year of High School
– 25 Tips to Become a Better Leader
– 14 Tips to Improve Time Management
– 10 Tips to go from Camper to Recruit
– Turning “Interest” into Scholarship Offers
– How to Get Coach’s Contact Info
– Registering with the NCAA Eligibility Center

Alecia (Pynn) Bah Bioh has over 20 seasons of experience in collegiate and professional athletics, having been on recruiting staffs at Elon University, UNC-Chapel Hill, the University of Florida and the University of Miami. During that time, Bah Bioh worked primarily with football and men’s basketball, but also spent time working with Olympic Sport coaching staffs including softball, women’s lacrosse, fencing, golf, tennis and rowing and also spent two seasons with the Cleveland Indians affiliate Burlington Indians as the Clubhouse Manager. She worked in recruiting operations when UF signed the nation’s No. 1 class in 2007 and No. 2 class in 2006.

She’s also spent time working within the network, helping cover athletic programs and recruiting at the University of Alabama (two seasons) and Florida State University (three seasons).
Learning from some of the best mentors in sports, Bah Bioh has worked for four “National Coach of the Year” winners including Urban Meyer (Jacksonville Jaguars), Frank Haith (Tulsa Men’s Basketball), Jim Larranaga (Miami Men’s Basketball) and Jenny Levy (UNC Lacrosse), as well as numerous current NCAA DI head coaches including Ryan Day (Ohio State Football), Michael Huger (Bowling Green Men’s Basketball), Eric Konkol (Louisiana Tech Men’s Basketball), Mike Locksley (Maryland Football), Dan Mullen (University of Florida Football), Donna Papa (UNC Softball), Sam Paul (UNC Men’s Tennis), Beverly Smith (South Carolina Softball), as well as numerous coordinators, assistant coaches and recruiting personnel. She also worked for several former DI head coaches including Charlie Strong, Larry Fedora, Ron Zook, Steve Addazio, Doc Holliday and others.

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