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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Recruiting

Recently Committed Athlete Q & A: Robert Kitchen

Over the last few weeks, we’ve brought you recruiting Q&A’s from some of the country’s top professional athletes. After hearing their stories, we thought it might be helpful to hear from some of beRecruited’s own recently committed...

Athletic

Five Things to Think About When You Train

by Gwinn Nixon Training is an important part of any athlete’s life. What you always hear is that the season is for the team and making the team better, but individuals get better and players are made in the offseason, and that’s through...

Recruiting

Pro Recruiting Story Series: Q & A With Heather Mitts

(Image courtesy of SI.com) About Heather Heather Mitts is a professional soccer player and two-time Olympic gold medalist. Heather attended St. Ursula Academy in Ohio, played college soccer for the University of Florida, and now plays...

Parent Center

Reaction to NCAA's Recent Recruiting Reforms

by Laura Flynn Yesterday, the NCAA announced some major changes that will make a huge impact on athletic college recruiting. To avoid having to read through an entire article (I know some of us just hate to do that!), here is a quick...

Parent Center

A Parent's Guide To Shooting Video

by Laura Flynn As we discussed earlier this month, highlight reels are an integral part of the recruiting process. While each sport demands specific video techniques, here are some general rules for shooting video of your son or...

Recruiting

Pro Recruiting Story Series: Q & A With John Phillips

(Image courtesy of sports.yahoo.com) About John John Phillips, current tight-end for the Dallas Cowboys, was a defensive end at Bath County High School in Hot Springs, Va. While at Bath, Phillips earned several awards including...

Recruiting

The Stages of Recruitment

by Laura Flynn Over the last few years, the recruiting process has changed dramatically. The biggest change, since I was in high school, is when college coaches begin identifying prospective recruits – which today can be as early as...

The Transfer Student-Athlete

by Laura Flynn Transferring to a new school can be a stressful process. I should know – I did it three times! Yes, three!!! As I mentioned in an earlier post -- during the summer between my junior and senior years of high school I was...

Financial

5 Tips on Financial Aid

You got into college! Congratulations! Now comes the hardest part of college, forking over a bunch of money for it. Colleges and universities are great, both for knowledge and experience, but they can be expensive and more often than not...