Monthly Archives: February 2014

Six Traits College Coaches Want in Recruits


Not all coaches are look­ing for the same type of ath­lete. But there are some char­ac­ter­is­tics that make ath­letes more attrac­tive to most coaches. All stu­dent ath­letes need, of course, to excel in two areas: Ath­let­ics Coaches pay close atten­tion to … Continue reading

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I Signed…Now What?


For most fam­i­lies, the day their son or daugh­ter com­mits to a col­lege is a joy­ous occa­sion. All those years of hard work, travel, and expenses have finally paid off in the form of a col­lege accep­tance let­ter, ros­ter spot, … Continue reading

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Tips on Making Phone Calls


Right now is the most crit­i­cal time in the recruit­ing process where coaches are expect­ing phone calls from play­ers. If you haven’t started you need to start ASAP. You need to start sep­a­rat­ing your­self from other recruits on the coaches … Continue reading

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Parents: Tips on Monitoring Eligibility, Amateurism


If you are the par­ent or legal guardian of a poten­tial student-athlete, please pay spe­cial atten­tion to the ama­teurism and aca­d­e­mic eli­gi­bil­ity and eli­gi­bil­ity cen­ter sections. Ama­teurism and Aca­d­e­mic Eli­gi­bil­ity If your child plans to com­pete, prac­tice or receive an … Continue reading

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7 Totally Bogus Scholarship Myths


The world of scholarships can be confusing, complexing, and downright mysterious.   Just how are winners chosen? What awards are worth the time? Which are scams?   Well get ready to forget everything you’ve heard about scholarships, because we’re blowing … Continue reading

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