#12 Recruiting Corner: HS vs. Club Sports, Recruiting Strategies, Unofficial Visits, Duel-Sport Athletes

[powerpress] Do you have questions you want answered? Leave them in the comments below.   Joshua: Hey guys, welcome back. You know what time it is. Another round of The Recruiting Corner. Joshua Zimmerman welcoming back David Frank how are things going? David: Good. Good to be back missed out last week, so happy to […]

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Why College Coaches Will Not Find You

The biggest misunderstanding I see when meeting with recruits about the recruiting process is that they think, “If I am good enough, coaches will find me.” This is almost never the case, and I am going to explain three very significant reasons why. 1.     Recruiting Budgets for 95 Percent of College Programs don’t Allow […]

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What You Need to Know About NCAA Recruiting Guidelines

Entering into the unknown workings of the recruiting process sounds complicated, but it does not have to be. Understanding NCAA recruiting guidelines and knowing where to locate the most reputable resources will give student athletes the knowledge needed to be successful during their recruitment. NCAA rules for athletes are in place to make the recruiting process fair […]

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What to Do When Coaches Don’t Respond to Your Email

I get this question all of the time, “I am e-mailing coaches, but they aren’t responding! What do I do next?” This can be frustrating as an athlete, but you have to understand these critical things. Coaches’ e-mail boxes are extremely busy—They get e-mails from their universities, current athletes, their coaching staff, media outlets, and hundreds […]

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Get Coaches to Recruit You With Your Basketball Resume

College basketball is an extremely popular sport in the United States. This makes it hard to reach coaches and find scholarships. Get an edge by proactively sending your resume out to coaches early in your high school career. Here is how you write a resume if you are a basketball player. Lead off your basketball […]

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This Will Never Happen to You in College Recruiting

If you believe what you see on major recruiting websites and on TV, you are never going to get recruited. Media companies like ESPN and Rivals make recruiting sound easy. The latest big story to come out is just full of useless information for 99 percent of recruits. We break down what it means for the […]

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#11 Recruiting Corner: Restricting Transfers, Recruiting as a Spectacle?, Are Today’s Parents Too Involved?

[powerpress] Do you have questions? Leave them in the comments below or find us on Facebook or Twitter. Josh: Hey guys, we are now in the third week of February. Welcome back to another round of the Recruiting Corner. Welcoming to the recruiting panel Andrew Bruno, how are you doing? Andrew: Hey Josh, I’m excited […]

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4 Tips from a College Linebacker Prospect

When I started playing football, I knew that I wanted to be a leader. I wanted my teammates to respect and to listen to me, and I wanted my coaches to lean on me but I knew I was never going to be a quarterback. I knew I loved to be physical, to hit and […]

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College Soccer Scholarships by the Numbers

The recruiting process for college soccer is going to be experiencing significant changes as the elite club teams seek to identify the top recruits as freshman in high school. This means it will be even more critical that you contact coaches on your own. If you are not contacting coaches before they can contact you, […]

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Don’t Miss Out on a Scholarship Because of Your Resume

Coaches are receiving thousands of e-mails a year from recruits looking for the opportunity to play at their school. The majority of e-mails coaches receive they do not respond to because athletes don’t take the time to write a proper e-mail. One of the biggest mistakes athletes make is not including their contact information. There is […]

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