One of the considerations that’s always recommended when compiling a target list for recruiting is knowing what you want to major in. For instance, if you ultimately want to be an engineer, trying to get recruited at a liberal [Read More]
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As a parent, it’s only natural that you want the best for your child. But, by that same measure, a parent’s aspirations for the child might also make it difficult for them to objectively assess their child’s level of [Read More]
In July of 2021, the NCAA finally allowed student-athletes to profit from their name, image, and likeness (NIL). The floodgates opened immediately and athletes from every sport were signing NIL deals big and small. However, since bigger names and [Read More]
If you’re wondering where, or how, to start your recruiting process, there’s plenty to know, and it can all get confusing and overwhelming. But, for a quick and easy way to get your recruiting rolling, just follow these 10 [Read More]
A while back, CaptainU shared the story of how Arch Manning – the top high school football prospect in the class of 2023 – is handling his recruiting. But, according to a [Read More]
In all the hype and hubbub that goes along with recruiting, it’s always good to remember that the word “college” should always precede your sport; college football, college basketball, college softball, college swimming. That’s because, though you may be [Read More]
In an earlier post, we shared the five most common questions college coaches ask recruits. But, there are some other questions a college coach may ask you as well. And if you want to [Read More]
In the recruiting process, the best way to initiate contact with a college coach and get on his or her recruiting radar is through an introductory email. The problem with that, however, is that coaches will receive hundreds of [Read More]
Every high school student-athlete dreams of landing a full-ride scholarship to compete in college. However, unless you’re a male playing Division I football or basketball, or a female who plays basketball, volleyball, tennis, or gymnastics
Regardless of talent or grade point average, your recruiting process will be unique to you. That said, there are some things that every recruit will likely experience. And while your response to those hurdles should also be unique, there [Read More]