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Junior Year: What to Expect & How to Prepare

:: FOCUS ON FUNDAMENTALS… within your sport and become a master of those! Don’t waste time worrying about the recruiting process, focus all of your energy on being the best player that you can be. If you are a top player, make sure you work on becoming a great leader and teammate—these are qualities coaches are looking for in addition …

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How are Recruiting Responsibilities Assigned: Region, Position, Grad Class?

Nearly every program splits recruiting responsibilities between the staff, primarily by geographic region or by position. Each staff may designate an assistant coach or staff member as the coordinator but normally each assistant coach has an equal responsibility to sign players. One of your first assignments is to find out which coach is responsible for recruiting your area or position …

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Why is Getting the 1st Scholarship Offer Always the Toughest?

The goal of each recruiting cycle for each coaching staff is to sign the best player possible to each scholarship. Many staffs don’t rush the process, they’d rather get it RIGHT than simply make it QUICK. Understand—it’s a PROCESS. I’ve worked with players who earned offers days or weeks before Signing Day. I’ve worked with coaches who don’t use all …

All Communicating with Coaches Getting Noticed Scholarship Offers

8 Reasons Why Players May Begin to Be Recruited – #7: Offered by Rival or Comparable School

#7: Were offered by a rival or comparable school within the conference or region Another common reason why coaches may look into your abilities is if a rival, conference or comparable school offers you a scholarship. It is very common to hear a head coach go into an assistant coach’s office and say, “Hey, the big kid from St. Louis …