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04/21/2017 at 21:47. Facebook
Powerhouse high school sports programs can tend to hog the spotlight. And for athletes at smaller high schools, this can create some roadblocks in recruiting. Most college coaches just don’t have the time or the resources to travel to every high school in the country looking for recruits. So, they tend to go back to powerhouse programs time and again knowing they usually turn out elite...
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Being considered a walk-on is far more common in college sports than most families and athletes realize. According to the latest NCAA information 46 percent of DI athletes are walk-ons and 39 percent of DII athletes are walk-ons. DIII athlete’s are not eligible to receive athletic scholarships so walk-in status is not calculated.
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The SAT or ACT? Which standardized test is best for college athletes? Learn about SAT vs ACT in this infographic so you can get recruited.
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Should you take SAT or ACT for college athletics?

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Social media may have taken the recruiting world by storm, but calling college coaches still remains one of the most effective tools in the recruiting process.
Social media may have taken the recruiting world by storm but calling

Straight talk on how to call coaches

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USA TODAY High School Sports has a weekly column on the college recruiting process. Here, you’ll find practical tips and real-world advice on becoming a better recruit to maximize your opportunitie…
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Despite parents’ best intentions, they can unknowingly sabotage their own student’s recruiting. Parents who get too involved too soon can turn coaches away. While there are a few times when the floor is open for parents to ask their specific questions, the trick is in knowing when and what to ask.
Despite parents best intentions they can unknowingly sabotage their own students

The parents’ role in communicating with college coaches

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USA TODAY High School Sports has a weekly column on the college recruiting process. Here, you’ll find practical tips and real-world advice on becoming a better recruit to maximize your opportunitie…
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Straight talk on how to call coaches

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USA TODAY High School Sports has a weekly column on the college recruiting process. Here, you’ll find practical tips and real-world advice on becoming a better recruit to maximize your opportunitie…
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The parents’ role in communicating with college coaches

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A good highlight video is a vital component for getting recruited. Here’s how your coach can help you create the best highlight video.
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Creating a highlight video | Your coach’s role | NCSA

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If you are involved in sports, you understand that the star athlete can get preferential treatment. That type of preferential treatment continues in the recruiting process. In the same way you can’t get away with ditching class like a star athlete can, you can’t treat the recruiting process the way elite recruits do if you aren’t an elite recruit.

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There are very real reasons why sleep needs to be part every student-athlete’s recruiting routine. Study after study has shown the positive impact a little more shut-eye can have on one’s mind, body, grades, athletic performance and surprisingly, even injury prevention.
There are very real reasons why sleep needs to be part every

Why sleep needs to be a serious part of your recruiting routine

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Many student-athletes and their families believe, “My high school or club coach will get me recruited.” While this isn’t totally untrue, it’s like saying, “My high school English teacher will get me into college.”

High school and club coaches are there to mentor their players and teach them the skills they need to be successful at the next level. They serve as references when college coaches...
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17 questions every recruit should ask their current coach

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College is expensive. For many families, the only way to afford a college education is for their student to receive financial aid. An athletic scholarship is a great way to help lower the price for qualified student-athletes. However, to take advantage of this opportunity, you must know all the facts. This article lays out the fundamental information you need to find your best athletic...
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Everything you need to know about athletic scholarships

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