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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Q&A With A High School Athlete Who Recently Committed

BeRecruited recently did a Q&A with several high school athletes who committed to a university and asked them about their recruiting experience. BeRecruited was able to get a sense of what worked well for them, what did not, and what...

Recruiting

What Athletes Should Consider Doing Over Winter Break – Part 2

Read Part 1 HERE Winter break is now just a couple of weeks away. As you begin to make plans for your break, you should consider catching up on your recruiting efforts. Last week, I mentioned 3 things that should be on your winter break...

Athletic

What Athletes Should Consider Doing Over Winter Break - Part 1

As you are just starting the recruiting process as a freshman or sophomore in high school, you might be under the impression that you are too young to reach out to coaches. If you are under this impression, think twice! It is more than...

Athletic

How Beneficial Are Athletic Camps?

When athletes are just getting started with their athletic career almost all camps are fun and teach you something. If you are not learning a new skill, then you are learning the meaning of teamwork, communication, and leadership....

Social media blog
Recruiting

3 Things to Think Twice About Before Posting on Social Media Platforms

Every so often I will see student-athletes either post inappropriate pictures/comments or create an inappropriate email address. To be honest, I cannot help but think to myself, “what are they thinking?” The recruiting process is one of...

Recruiting

Is it Too Late to be Recruited if I am a Senior in High School?

For those of you who are currently seniors in high school and have not given a verbal commitment, you might be wondering if it is too late to play collegiate athletics. The answer is absolutely not! While it is true that most high...

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Recruiting

Six Traits College Coaches Want in Recruits

Not all coaches are looking for the same type of athlete. But there are some characteristics that make athletes more attractive to most coaches. All student athletes need, of course, to excel in two areas: Athletics Coaches pay close...

Financial

Understanding the National Letter of Intent and Athletic Scholarships

Signing a National Letter of Intent marks the end of the recruiting process. It commits you to an academic institution for an academic year in return for an athletic scholarship or other financial aid. Once you have signed, other schools...

Narrowing Your Choices

You may have started your junior year with a list of 10 to 15 schools that seemed like possible matches. These should be schools that seem about right academically and athletically – and also meet your criteria for size and...