Monthly Archives: November 2010

A Stunning Statistic


Sitting here watching the Colts game and reading an article in the Indianapolis Star. I read a very similiar article on Tuesday of this week. Out of all the Indiana high schools who competed in Indiana Football in 2008, only … Continue reading

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High School Coaches and the Recruiting Process


You probably read my FB post earlier today. Pretty excited about one of my clients. He is getting the exposure now by being proactive vs. sitting around waiting…… I am interviewing his coach tomorrow which I will post soon. With … Continue reading

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How do I get noticed


Somebody recently asked me “How can I get noticed when I play for a sub-par, small program?”. Well thats a good question. We are not always fortunate to play for the bigger name schools such as a Carmel, Warren Central, … Continue reading

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Stay Encouraged


Another note to you about something I was thinking about as I was watching my son’s football conditioning today. For a week now, he has been bugging me about trying out for the Travel and All Star Teams which are … Continue reading

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Are you caught up in the BCS Syndrome?


Had lunch with two good friends today. One played professional basketball and the other played basketball in college and is now a NCAA recruiter/advisor. I bring this up because I want to stress the “EXPERIENCE” meaning, the information I give … Continue reading

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More Parent Info…


Thought I would drop a few more lines to you parents on what you need to do.. Had a good time with HS friends yesterday and had a few inquiries on college recruitment. Got inspired this morning to write. I … Continue reading

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College Recruiting/ Experiences Q & A for Track & Field


Useful track and field recruiting information.  Because of TV exposure and the internet, many high school students overlook Division II ( or Division II or NAIA). Let’s face it, most runners won’t make it to NCAA DI or would no … Continue reading

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