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4 Ways To Become a Better College Running Back Recruit

Traditionally, college football coaches recruited the prototypical pro-style every down running back as a featured weapon of their offense. With the advent of the spread offense in college football schemes, recruiting for smaller- shiftier backs has become more popular. Ideally, your ability to be recruited as a running back is going to come down to […]

Posted in Football Recruiting, Sports Recruiting


How to Get Recruited If You Have Graduated High School

If you are a high school graduate, then this article is for you. After reading this, you will have an understanding of what you will have to do in order to compete at the college level. It May Not be too Late High school graduates can still be considered eligible for college competition, unless they […]

Posted in Senior year & Recruiting, Sports Recruiting


International Student Athlete Foreign GPA Calculator

The NCAA is placing an increasing value on academic standards for student athletes. One of the most confusing eligibility issues for prospective international student athletes is figuring out if they have a good enough GPA to satisfy the core course requirements. The NCAA uses a sliding scale to determine athletic eligibility. The sliding scale correlates […]

Posted in Academic Eligibility, International Recruits


How to Write a College Recruiting Resume for Football

Football coaches are among the hardest coaches to get in contact with in the United States because of the sport’s popularity. Putting together all of your pertinent information, coupled with being persistent and proactive, will help you find the best collegiate playing opportunity. Putting a Link to Your Online Highlight Video in Your Resume Will […]

Posted in Football Recruiting, Recruiting Resume


College Diving Recruiting with Dr. Ron O’Brien

We had the chance to interview Dr. Ron O’Brien, one of the biggest names in US diving. He shaped the direction of US diving as the former national technical director and high performance director of US diving. Dr. O’Brien’s athletes have won over 196 medals in the Olympics, world, national, NCAA, and Big Ten Conference […]

Posted in Communicating with College Coaches, NCAA, NAIA, NJCAA


Gambling on March Madness: Is it Worth the Risk?

Wagering on college sports is not a new concept, but there has been an exponential growth in the number of sports-betting cases being seen by the NCAA. Student athletes see betting on sports an opportunity to earn some extra money, especially if they are struggling with finances and paying for school. However, making sports wagers […]

Posted in NCAA, NAIA, NJCAA, Recruiting Mistakes


#13 Recruiting Corner: 7-on-7 Football Recruiting and Character in Recruiting

[powerpress] Do you have questions you want us to answer on the recruiting corner? Leave them in the comments below. Joshua: Hey guys, welcome back, another of The Recruiting Corner here. Joshua Zimmerman, David Frank, as always, bringing you the latest and greatest in recruiting news. What’s new? David: Oh, not too much. Glad you […]

Posted in Football Recruiting, The Recruiting Corner Videos


How to Become a College Kicker

Kickers and Punters are no longer forgotten aspects of a football team. Although they may not receive as much recognition as the quarterback, often times the outcome of a game relies heavily or directly on their leg. If you’re not a believer, take into consideration Louisiana State University punter Brad Wing whose leg helped propel […]

Posted in Football Recruiting, Sports Recruiting


How International Athletes Get Recruited to Play College Tennis

NCAA Tennis Recruiting Increase your tennis recruiting chances by stepping up and starting your own team research. Don’t get complacent and wait for college coaches to find you; start sending out e-mails and connecting with them on social media sites. Make your name noticed. The NCAA programs want to make their teams the best; the […]

Posted in International Recruits, NCAA, NAIA, NJCAA


ESPN Shows College Basketball Players Twitter Names During TV Coverage

Twitter and other social media sites are becoming ingrained in the media and advertising associated with college sports. In a giant leap forward with this integration, ESPN has recently posted the Twitter account names of the basketball players of the game they were covering. I first read the story over on Fieldhouse Media, a company […]

Posted in Social Media & Recruitng, Sports Recruiting



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