Category Archives: Scholarship Info

Information for the High School & Jr. High athlete preparing for the next step………. An athletic scholarship!

If I’m just now getting playing time as a senior, is it too late to get recruited?


Not necessarily, since it’s this late in the game you’ll likely have to do a lot of the footwork on your own! Yes, coaching staffs are offering students earlier and earlier, but signing classes aren’t always finalized until Signing Day, … Continue reading

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If I’m a freshman on varsity, should I send college coaches my film?


It’s not necessary, as a freshman it’s best to focus your time on developing your position-skills, speed, size and academics. Instead of spending hours reaching out to coaches, put that time into your improvements and give yourself another year to … Continue reading

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What if I get suspended, will that effect my recruitment?


One of a coach’s toughest jobs during the recruiting process is to evaluate the risk vs. reward with players. All coaches in America ask themselves: “Will I sign a more talented player with off-the-field issues or mistakes in their past… … Continue reading

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What constitutes an Official Visit?


A: Official visits are a school’s chance to show you what they have to offer you as far as academics, campus life, city life, facilities, team/coach personalities and a chance to bring you inside their program to feel what it … Continue reading

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The Timeline


Over the last several days, I have had a few conversations from parents seeking this particular subject information. So I decided to post to you all this very important information.. Time is wasting. Please review and let me know if … Continue reading

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Does size play a role in recruiting or do coaches focus solely on skill?


Coaches are evaluating skill, size, strength and speed. Most players may not be great at all four, but being exceptional with any of those qualities can help you get on the map or get the recruiting conversations going. Never let … Continue reading

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ATHLETES: 25 TIPS FOR BECOMING A BETTER LEADER


1- Don’t blame anyone, ever. If times get tough, put the team on your back and say, “I should/could have done more.” And understand and believe in that statement – you can always lead everyone to do more. Never throw … Continue reading

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