Monthly Archives: February 2018

College Coaches don’t care about you playing at the highest level if you commit to their school


If you have a lot of interest from a variety of college coaches, there is no doubt that one of the lines you may end up hearing is about how their coaching staff really cares for their players and always … Continue reading

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More than one athlete on a team can play at the college level and why the better the team, the better for recruiting overall


A few weeks back I got an email from an athlete talking about a teammate. His teammate has much better college potential because of his size along the offensive line and college coaches have taken notice of that. What this … Continue reading

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I am a junior in the football recruiting process with attention and no current scholarship offers on the table. What should I be doing in March


The top football players in the junior class have already started to secure scholarship offers from some of the top college programs across the country.  But in most cases, these are the freak athletes who will end up with multiple … Continue reading

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I’m a junior with no football recruiting interest. What do I do?


Like a few of the other series of articles that I have started, I plan to break down what I would recommend to high school athletes in different situations. This will cover football and basketball as well as the year … Continue reading

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What college coaches visiting high schools during the athletic recruiting process really means


There have been some interesting comments on a few of the recent columns related to what it means when a college coach visits the high school of a potential athletic recruit. One reader felt that if a Division I college … Continue reading

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Broadcasting your recruiting attention to make sure coaches know what is going on with your recruiting


I recently did an article with a coach about his son. The son is currently a junior on the team and has already started going through the recruiting process. He is a good athlete and was named All State in … Continue reading

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How independent football recruiting combines work and their process for finding “invited” athletes


I have talked at different times about my dislike for some recruiting services.  But with recruiting services, there are companies that do an excellent job and can help families in certain situations.  I will freely admit that if time for … Continue reading

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