Every athlete is different and every student athlete’s recruiting experience will be different. But no matter what sport you play, the schools you’re considering, or how much or how little you’re being recruited, there are three things about athletic [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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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]
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
What you should know before you start your recruiting process
Trying to earn an athletic scholarship to compete in college can be confusing and frustrating, and it’s understandable if you have questions. Fortunately, we have answers to the questions we hear the [Read More]
Here are two facts you need to remember at all times: First, tweets live forever and can be seen by everyone in the world. The same is true for all of your posts to Instagram, Snapchat (hahaha if you thought that [Read More]
For college-bound athletes on a budget while away from home for the first time this fall, consuming healthy foods and beverages can be challenging. This article provides tips for stocking dorm rooms with inexpensive, nutritious, and long-lasting items to support wellness, [Read More]
Hint: It takes more than stats and a recruiting profile
Basketball offers more opportunities to compete in college than any other sport. But, for most high school student-athletes, that doesn’t mean actually getting a scholarship will be easy. In fact, only roughly [Read More]
Know the score before you begin your recruiting.
Regardless of where you are in your tennis recruiting process, you should be doing your homework. That includes making an honest assessment of your tennis skills, comparing yourself to the high school bios of [Read More]