Q: If you are getting multiple FCS offers does that mean you don’t have a chance with FBS schools?

Q: If you are getting multiple FCS offers does that mean you don’t have a chance with FBS schools?

No, actually any offer can help you generate more offers. It’s easier to get your foot in the door with more FBS programs if you already have offers, even from FCS programs. But, also understand that there are thousands of GREAT opportunities out there, at places other than DI FBS programs!

College coaches take their time evaluating players, and they’re doing their researching talking to their contacts in your area before extending offers. If getting a lot of FCS attention but very little interest from FBS schools, you may be undersized, lacking great speed at your position or haven’t had a lot of quality playing time to evaluate. Remember– college coaches are mainly evaluating skill, size and speed. Are you fundamentally sound at your position, and what improvements can you make size and speed wise to improve, to possibly generate more interest from FBS programs, if that is your goal?

Remember, there are 8 Ways Players Get Noticed. If you have particular schools that you are interested in, feel free to reach out to them through some of these channels and work to get your Student-Athlete Resume and film out to these programs.

LINK: How can you get more scouts interested if your team isn’t very good?

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