When I was in high school, I was one of those student-athletes that thought of themselves more of athlete-student. I was a pitcher on the baseball team, and I was pretty good. Not great, but pretty good. But I wanted to [Read More]
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A radio broadcaster once said, “if it doesn’t have a ball, it isn’t a sport.” His co-host quickly responded, “so boxing isn’t a sport?” “Well, except that, I guess.” The co-host quickly added, “Swimming is a sport too.” Right on his [Read More]
In this episode, we talk about how important it is to keep an open mind during your recruiting journey. Having a close mind could harm your journey and you don’t want that.
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Without a doubt, Twitter and Instagram have heavily impacted how college coaches recruit student-athletes. And even though the mainstream media may love to break the news when a college turns away or casts out an athlete because of their behavior on [Read More]
As we learned in our article how to write a cover letter to a college coach, the very best way to introduce yourself to a coach is with a personalized cover letter. At CaptainU we provide a few best [Read More]
CaptianU Live Season 2 Episode 14: In this episode, we talk about how to navigate your scholarships. We cover knowing your sport, communication, negotiating with college coaches, and evaluating your scholarships.
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College prospective student-athletes now face unique challenges to maximize the college recruiting process. Considering the Coronavirus pandemic, college recruits face seemingly insurmountable challenges ahead. This article offers guidance with closing out the college recruiting year on a high note.
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Many high school student-athletes have a goal to continue playing their sport in college. For many that goal involves the desire to play Division I sports.