The Broken Leg Test The recruiting process can be a very thrilling and even a flattering process. Having all of these coaches show interest in you is exciting. It can also make it difficult to remember the bigger picture: Being a collegiate athlete is an incredible experience...but it isn't the only one. Many experiences will
After meeting April 17th and April 18th in Indianapolis, the NCAA Division I Council has voted to adopt sweeping changes to the current recruiting model in an effort to put a stop to early recruiting. To note, these changes will be effective starting in the 2018-2019 academic year. This new legislation applies to ALL Division
The Uncommitted 2019s Path to Success: Webinar Summary If you're a 2019, it's time to ramp up your recruiting efforts if you want to get to the commitment letter. In this webinar, you'll learn: What to do if you are graduating in 2019 and have not yet committed. How to communicate with college coaches
April 11th, 2018 is likely circled on any senior student-athlete’s calendar. The date marks the beginning of the Regular National Letter of Intent Signing Period for Division I and Division II athletes in ALL sports except Football, Men’s and Women’s Soccer, and Men’s Water Polo. The table below, from nationalletter.org, highlights the key dates surrounding
2020 Grads - How to Navigate the Recruiting Process With Ease: Webinar Summary If you're a 2020, it's time to ramp up your recruiting efforts. With summer fast approaching, it's important that you take this time to get on college coaches' radars. In this webinar, you'll learn: What to do if you are a
What Is Your Club's Video Strategy: Webinar Summary I think it can be huge for recruiting in a couple of ways. Coaches just generally don’t want to see highlight reels… it’s really important for them to see the whole game, and to see how a player does not just in the best, most spectacular plays.
SportsRecruits Is A Game Changer In 2017, Trinity-Pawling School integrated with SportsRecruits technology. The software tool empowers Trinity-Pawling athletes to pursue college programs that are an academic and athletic fit. SportsRecruits enables Trinity-Pawling staff to maximize their guidance throughout the college search and recruiting process. SportsRecruits is undoubtedly a game changer. Let us count the
The Best of Both Worlds The most important thing to understand about your recruiting process is that you don't have to sacrifice your academic goals to play college sports. Prospective student-athletes can have their cake and eat it, too. Check out the following five tips to learn how you can excel in your sport and