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Yahoo! Money: Alex Rodriguez sees ‘slippery slope’ in amateur athletes profiting off of their names Connecticut point guard Paige Bueckers, named the most outstanding player in women’s college basketball last season, made headlines this week after signing a multi-year endorsement deal with StockX, an online footwear and apparel platform. The deal was made possible by an NCAA rule change this …

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Q: A school invited me to a game and offered to give me a tour of campus—does that mean I’m being recruited?

A: Yes, if a coach is trying to get you to visit campus, they’ve heard something and have some level of early interest. They’ve heard or seen something about you that interests them and they want to get to know you better, meet you in person and show you a little bit about their program. The only exception is if …

All Campus Visits (Official & Unofficial) Communicating with Coaches

Q: A school is sending mail, coming to see me play or has invited me to camp—how do I go about asking for an Unofficial Visit?

A: As coaches are evaluating prospects and prioritizing their recruits, they want you to do your research and be just as proactive and involved with the process as they are. While college coaches first must be interested in your athletic and academic abilities they love recruits who show a passion for their program. If you have a scholarship offer or …

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Q: Can poor character displayed on social media really hurt an athlete’s chance of being recruited? Do coaches really care?

A: As a prospective college athlete understand that not only are you being evaluated by your skills, size, speed and grades, your character is also under the microscope. It’s not just about what you put out there in your words, it’s also very telling who you are connected to and your communications with them! While you may be trying to …

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SOCIAL MEDIA: 15 Tips Before You Post

BE SMART! You may be trying to impress your friends, but you may be turning off the coaches who have the power to offer you a scholarship. Is broadcasting certain thoughts and opinions REALLY that important if it could cost you a scholarship opportunity? Think, the head coach at your dream school could be out there saying this… “I’m ready …