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
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?
At the most, the top 1% of high school players across the country have enough outstanding talent that they can get to the next level without much effort on their own. They are the kid that everyone tries to get on their team, and have pretty much get recruited from
As we have frequently noted through our baseball recruiting blog, the days of the attitude “if you are good enough to play in college, the coaches will find you” are long passed. In the race to secure the top prospects, schools are trying to get commitments as early as possible.
It takes tireless work ethic and serious dedication to become recruited to play at the next level and meet your goals as a baseball player. Here are five essential things to focus on throughout the process. Maintain a High GPA As a baseball player, you have little leeway from the