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4 Things Every Athlete Must Remember During The Recruiting Process

I recently read about a recruited high school student athlete turned down his dream school, LSU, and committed to attend a rival because Les Miles, the...

The Tennis College Recruiting Summer Checklist

Whether you are a high school junior or senior, the summer represents a very important time in the tennis recruiting process. You need to investigate...

The Hustle Stat: Aspects of Your Game that Catch the NBA's Eye

Bleacher Report recently interviewed Denver Nuggets Analytics Manager Tommy Balcetis, who is in charge of evaluating college prospects in preparat...

Take Control of Your College Recruiting With the New RecruitU App

Tired of sifting through the 900-page college guidebooks? Although those books are extremely thorough and informative, they can be overwhelming and ...

The Best (and Worst) Part of Choosing a School

Photo: AP Images The most fun will be the visits. You're going to love those. Looking back, I would have taken more visits, even if I knew where I...

College Recruiting FAQ: How Does National Signing Day Work?

The college recruiting process is a long and winding road that for many athletes ends on National Signing Day. Signing day is when an athlete officially...

Prepare Early for the College Recruiting Process

Getting Ahead in the College Recruiting Process: 3 Goals to Remember in High School Though most athletes don't begin preparing for the college...

NCAA Recruiting Rules: Baseball

Intro to NCAA Recruiting Rules: BaseballBaseball players go through a long season. Practice starts in the spring, games go throughout the summer and...

What's in a National Letter of Intent?

Recruiting is an exciting aspect of a high school athlete's career, and the light at the end of the tunnel is often when an athlete signs a National...

Market Yourself to College Coaches

"Coaches will find you if you are good enough." The above quote is one of the most frustrating things I hear when I talk with high school athle...

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