You must be prepared for encounters with college coaches and be ready to handle any kind of interaction, at any time and in any location.
Communicate properly by mastering the art of non-verbal communication. What you don’t sayand how you express yourself with body languageoften speak volumes with a coach.
The handshake is your opportunity to make a positive and lasting first impression. Snugly grasp the coach’s hand, palm to palm, and wrap your hand all the way around his/her hand. Use a firm gripbut not bone-crushingly firmpump three times and release. Avoid a limp, dead fish handshake at all costsit reveals lack of confidence.
Make eye contact at the start, and maintain consistent eye contact throughout the conversation. Coaches want athletes with character, confidence and maturity, and frequent eye contact is a sign of all three.
Stand up (or sit up) straight. Don’t slouch. Good posture will let the coach know that you are truly interested in playing for him.
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