I’ve been invited to numerous games at DI programs, but have received no offers yet. What’s the problem?

I’ve been invited to numerous games at DI programs, but have received no offers yet. What’s the problem?

By getting invited to numerous schools — that means athletically you are doing something right and skill-wise probably have the talent to earn a scholarship somewhere.

Possibly, you are a freshman or sophomore and are on the verge of breaking out athletically to finally earn those offers. Coaches truly take their time when evaluating players for scholarships, and that takes time, especially if you are an underclassmen and possibly still have some growing to do.

When evaluating players for scholarships, most coaching staffs go beyond just athletic ability. They’re evaluating grades, attitude, how you are as a teammate, how you taking coaching, how you would represent their program, etc. There may be something off-the-field that may be putting your scholarship offers on hold for now until they can do more research.

Along with game invites, there are 20 Signs a College Coach is Considering Offering You a Scholarship. Take a look at the other signs to get an idea of how seriously they’re evaluating you.

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LINK: Questions to Ask on Campus Visits

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