College Recruiting Articles

The athletic recruiting process is a lot like dating, with college coaches/scouts and high-school student-athletes sizing each other up and searching for the right match. The process requires participants to understand and observe NCAA rules and regulations, conduct thorough research, schedule home and campus visits, network and communicate appropriately, and, for most student-athletes, engage in self-marketing. Learn best practices from athletes who have achieved success and the experts who have helped them.

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5 Simple Tips to Maintain Focus in College Recruiting

The college search for athletes is an individual and tactical quest that will play out differently across the board. If you happen to be that 5 star...

This NCAA Scholarship Rules Change Could Make A Lot of Student-Athletes Ineligible

Changes to NCAA scholarship rules coming in 2016 could cost student-athletes their eligibilty

Attention High School Football Recruits: Colleges Are Definitely Monitoring Your Tweets!

Social media can seem like Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde for high-profile high school athletes. It's a fantastic way to connect with fans and coaches an...

3 Most Common College Recruiting Mistakes High School Student-Athletes Make

The Recruiting Process: The 3 Most Common Mistakes Student-Athletes Make College recruiting for high school student-athletes is a very complex and...

Follow the Football Recruiting Checklist to Increase Your Chances of Landing a Scholarship

As a football player, you study tape, lift weights to build strength, practice to perfect your skills and build camaraderie with your teammates, a...

Showcase Your Talent to Get Recruited to Play College Basketball

Understanding your strengths and weaknesses is a key to standing out during the recruiting process.High schools and colleges typically have a style of...

How to Prepare for Collegiate Sports Through the Eyes of a Strength Coach

"How to prepare for collegiate sports from the eyes of a strength coach" As high school seniors begin to finish their school year the ones that are...

The 50 Best D-II and D-III Colleges for Athletes

NCAA Division I athletic programs get lots of attention thanks to multi-million dollar facilities, national television exposure and full-ride scholars...

The 50 Best Colleges for Female Athletes

Our 2015 list of the best colleges for female athletes is based on NCAA championship appearances, percentage of female students participating in varsi...

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