Our recruitment counselors have not only been college athletes themselves, but they have also served as college coaches and have seen the recruitment process from both perspectives. Benefit from their experience and learn what coaches look for in a stand-out recruit and how to avoid common missteps that so many prospective players make. They will help you compose emails and put together highlight reels and statistics, as well as track coaches’ responses and the next steps with each respective school. There is a thin line between lazy, disinterested recruits and those that are a total nuisance — learn to walk that line!
Once you’ve established NCAA eligibility, you’ll likely want to start reaching out to coaches. But when should you start reaching out? What should you say? What should you send? How often should you follow up? Should you suggest a visit or wait for the coach to invite you to spend time with the team?