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Coaches Corner: EVALUATING RISK VS. REWARD

One of the toughest aspects of evaluating top players is analyzing risk versus reward, if you encounter red flags during your research. You will likely come across players who can be big playmakers for you– everything impresses you– until you start getting info that they have major legal, drug, attitude, academic or family issues. Are you willing to take a …

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COACHES CORNER: Importance of Being Organized & Collecting Info

One of the biggest difference-makers in recruiting is organization as a staff, you can quickly get overwhelmed and running in 50 different directions without a system. Organization and consistency will help you get through stressful times, your day-by-day job is unpredictable, so being organized and prepared for anything that you can takes the pressure off you for the unplanned chaos …

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Virtual Team Building Activities

Great teams have strong relationships that are built on trust and genuine friendships — among players, coaches and staff. It’s impossible to win at a high level without trust, relationships and communication. Here are a few team-building activities that can be done remotely or safely during the COVID-19 shutdown. Start a big brother or sister mentoring program — matching underclassmen …

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COACHES’ CORNER: KEEP EVERYTHING

A unique characteristic among great coaches is that they are coaching packrats—they keep every game plan, drill, practice schedule, bowl schedule, pre-season plan, self-scout, camp packet, team rulebook, budget, recruiting philosophy, workout manual, motivational quote and more! They all have binders and binders full of useful information. They find great resources and stick to the basics, they stick with what …

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COACHES’ CORNER: SELLING YOURSELF IN RECRUITING – GENUINE PERSONALITY

A championship team is made up of puzzle pieces of different personalities, and it’s okay for there to be unique personas and personal strengths throughout the staff. What’s more important than conforming personalities, is that everyone is working towards the same GOALS. Fake and phony is sniffed out by high school and college kids– quick. Recruiting-wise, it’s always better to …