Q: If an assistant coach watched your game, should you make contact with them?

Q: If an assistant coach watched your game, should you make contact with them?

Sure, getting a coach to watch you play is the hardest part! Do you know if they specifically came to see you, or another teammate? Either way, it’s a great opening line to introduce yourself, or follow-up with your film!

Find their direct email, if possible, and send them a link to your video and a copy of your Student-Athlete Resume! If you can’t find their email, feel free to hit them up on social media.

LINK: 20 Signs a College Coach is Interested in Offering You a Scholarship

LINK: What to Say When Contacting College Coaches

LINK: Who Do I Contact First – the Head Coach, Recruiting Coordinator or an Assistant Coach?

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