How do I get my name on the radar with college coaches?

How do I get my name on the radar with college coaches?

Each recruiting coach puts together a “Watch List,” a list they use when setting up their prep school visits, for mailing lists, for event invites, phone calls, etc. There are 8 Reasons Why Players May Be Noticed, and added to these “Watch Lists.”

Understand that these lists change weekly, or sometimes daily. Players are added and subtracted often once the staff receives commitments from other players, after doing more in-depth evaluations, after getting feedback from prep coaches, etc. Recruitment can start or stop at anytime, and you have little control of when it can come to an end!

LINK: What to Expect Year-to-Year: Freshman to Senior

Getting ranked by National Top 100 lists or All-State accolades won’t necessarily lead to offers, as each coaching staff does their own evaluations. While being added is great, don’t think that offers will just begin to fall from the sky for you!

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