It is important to understand that most athletes are not “discovered.” You may be an excellent athlete competing at the highest level, but coaches are more interested in players who are seeking them out.
You can no long rely solely on your club or high school coach to get an athletic scholarship; you must be actively involved in the process by marketing yourself as a potential asset to any university.
It is crucial for your athlete to begin actively taking a role in the recruiting process by your freshman year in high school. During this time, she should be emailing coaches with video to begin building a relationship.
Keeping all this in mind, why should you consider My Recruiting Solutions? The answer is simple; we were involved in the recruiting process ourselves. We are passionate about the game of recruiting. Make no mistake it is a game that is played between college coaches and athletes. There are strategies that we use and guidance that we offer in order to ensure that your student athlete stands out from the competition.
You can also send film to firstname.lastname@example.org and she will offer you an athletic evaluation. Kara offers free consultations to help student athletes understand the recruiting process and point them in the right direction.
Do not send any attachments such as a bio! Keep it simple. Coaches receive thousands of emails. As a result, you want to keep messages around 6-8 sentences long and video is a must! My best recruiting tip: BE CONSISTENT! Whether you receive a response from the coach or not, you need to be consistent with delivering updates on your season.
Remember, your goal is to find the PERFECT fit! Have fun, you will only be recruited once!