Where You Should Be In The Recruiting Process

Individuals who are unfamiliar with the collegiate athletic recruiting process are more likely to get left behind. These individuals either miss a step in the process, spread themselves too thin, or start too late. Many young athletes...

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3 Critical Financial Aid Tips

One of the biggest concerns for student-athletes dealing with the college application process is incurring the high costs of secondary education. The financial aid process can very confusing for both students and parents alike. The...

Recruiting

6 Tips to Creating a Great Highlight Video

Having a professional highlight video can be one of the best ways to attract the attention of a college coach. You want to have a video that can show off your athletic ability and skills in a short period of time. We have broken down...

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BeRecruited Top 10 for August 2014

Baseball Alec Usher from Eastport-South Manor Junior/Senior High School in Manorville, NY Brett Arney from Phoenixville Area High School in Phoenixville, PA Trevor Banasiak from Linden High School in Fenton, MI Jordan Buckley from...

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BeRecruited Top 10 for July 2014

Baseball Jake Jones from Piper High School in Kansas City, KS Hunter Wood from Ft. Zumwalt South High School in Saint Peters, MO Kent Broom from St. Mark's School of Texas in Dallas, TX Alec Usher from Eastport-South Manor...

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Academic

top seven sat tips

If you’re a student-athlete looking to play at the next level, having a great SAT score can be very beneficial during the recruiting process. Coaches are looking for athletes that can succeed both on the field and in the classroom....

Athletic

BeRecruited Top 10 for June 2014

Baseball Jake Smith from Highland High School in Gilbert, AZ Luke Vandertie from Santa Fe Christian Schools in Solana Beach, CA Adam Kovash from Marshall Senior in Marshall, MN Andrew Thornton from Brooke Point High School in...

Recruiting

9 Essential Steps to Getting Recruited

There are over 7 million high school athletes in the U.S. alone who have dreams of playing at collegiate level but only about 5% of high school athletes make the jump into playing college sports at an NCAA institution. The recruitment...

Academic

Juniors: Staying Productive the Summer Before Senior Year

Summer is a time of rest and relaxation but with senior year around the corner, it’s always important to give yourself some time to prepare for the college process. As a student athlete you have both academics and a sport to keep in...

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Academic

Four Websites to Help You Plan for College

You’ve just started the college search and it hasn’t been easy. Trying to figure out what scholarships, fees, dorms, and other factors will be like for each school on your list requires a lot of your time searching the web. From the kind...