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03/24/2017 at 02:01. Facebook
If the term “helicopter parent” tells us anything, it’s that parents are involved in the college decision-making process now more than ever—and coaches are taking notice.

How college coaches evaluate parents on the sideline

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There isn’t a single successful player or coach in any sport today who will tell you talent alone wins championships. All of them know that, more often than not, the deciding factor comes down to who executes the fundamentals the best.

The same holds true when it comes to communicating with college coaches. Especially when your recruiting goes from the typical mass emails and generic camp...
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College coaches are reaching out. Now what?

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yesterday at 14:41. Facebook
Byline: 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 oppo…

How the college recruiting process works

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yesterday at 02:00. Facebook
Picture this: Your child has found a great college. And the good news is the coach is actively recruiting them and ready to talk scholarship dollars. A nice dent in college funding? Sure, you’re down with that.

But, as you’re daydreaming about adding again to your retirement fund, you’re asked about their eligibility status. Does your athlete have an NCAA ID number? Has your child met all the...
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The stress-free NCAA eligibility checklist for parents

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03/22/2017 at 18:57. Facebook
It’s no secret that college coaches are looking at social media accounts. 85 percent of college coaches surveyed by Cornerstone Reputation said their staff conducted online research of recruits. Of these coaches, 87 percent have turned to Facebook, 79 percent have used Twitter and 65 percent have looked at Instagram to gain insight into a recruit’s character. All of this research really means...
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Eyes on You: A student-athlete’s guide to recruiting on social media

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03/22/2017 at 15:06. Facebook
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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…

How to turn your late bloomer into a college recruit

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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…

How college coaches evaluate parents on the sideline

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