According to a recent article on The Inquisitr, lawnmower parents don’t just “swoop in” to help their child — they preemptively “mow down any and all possible obstacles, perceived or realistic, in their child’s way.”
So what should parents do? Shouldn’t there be some support – some help – that parents give their student-athletes?
We know how difficult it is to find the school where you ultimately want to play your sport in college. Even before that, deciding which recruiting camps to attend to help you along the way can cause a lot of stress. You might wonder whether it’s only worth going to the best camps and combines ranked nationally, or if you should only look at recruiting camps in your sport that your friends... View details ⇨
If potential recruits don’t meet a college coaches criteria on and off the field, they’ll likely be watching their college football in their living rooms – or at least not playing for their No. 1 choices.
With that in mind, here are four common ways high school athletes waste their college scholarship chances.
Having a plan for your spring season is very important. Understanding that college coaches are always recruiting, even during their competitive season, will help you create a game plan.
These coaches are looking for student-athletes —students and athletes— that are strong in the classroom and strong on the baseball field. Having your priorities in order will help you compete for playing time... View details ⇨