You are obviously reading this because you, or an athlete close to you, may want to take their skills to the next level. You need to know this is not easy. In fact, it’s hard work, no matter if you pay a recruiting company to do it, or if you are going to do it by yourself.
There are two things you will need to do to get started. The first is to create a player profile, or a resume. This needs to have everything included about academic achievements, athletic achievements, and information, comments, and notes about the athlete’s character, work ethic, and ability to help and work with others. Depending on what sport the athlete chooses, strength, jumping, and speed statistics need to be included.
The second thing is a quality game and or a skills video. Providing a bad video to a college coach is the best way to get weeded out from the recruiting process. It is worth spending the money to have a great video from best internet tv box sets.
Once you have both of these, you need to get both in the hands of college coaches. These need to go to coaches and colleges where the athlete can REALISTICALLY compete and to a college that has the major, or areas of interest, the athlete wants to pursue.
The recruiting process is complicated. There are many rules, time deadlines, and things ”pay recruiting companies” do not want you to know about. If you take the time to read everything on this web site, you will learn those things.
I wish you all the best as you go through the recruiting process. You only have one chance to do this. Make sure you do it the right way.
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