Looking at the process as a whole, college athletics recruiting is a sort of conundrum. The more you try to make sense of it, the less sense it seems to make. On the one hand, it seems very objective, just a function of a player’s statistics or physical characteristics. On
As much as players and parents would like to think the opposite, how the college recruiting process ultimately plays out for an individual is largely out of their control. This isn’t to say that doing the rights things won’t put you in position to be successful, but instead means that
You may not be on the field, but there are always things you can be doing to work towards your goal of getting recruited to play at the next level. Here are 5 things any player can do to help themselves in the offseason in recruiting: 1. Get focused on
When I look at the NCAA restrictions, I’m very confused how a sophomore can commit to a team when the coach isn’t even allowed to call him until July 1st of your junior year. How can a player decide when he can’t take an official visit until his senior year?
As the Labor Day weekend passes and students return to school across the country, most young athletes have completed their summer seasons and will be soon preparing for the fall. After of all the time, effort, and hard work put in over the course of the summer, it is crucial