Lots of people can help you get recruited by your dream school. Don’t forget about three of the most obvious.
There are few better ways to show a coach that you’re a high character recruit than by including your family in the process. Make sure you’re on the same page as your parents. They can help with travel, offer advice and assist with decision-making if you get stuck between two programs.
They are likely to know several of their counterparts at the college level. Make sure you let your coaches know where you’d like to play after you graduate, and request their feedback on where you’re at in terms of your skill set and conditioning.
Academics are a huge part of the recruiting process. Your teachers can write letters of recommendation to accompany your college applications and help you with the logistics of recruiting.