1. Updated Athletic Recruiting Definitions for Parents and Athletes

    When talking about the recruiting process, there are a number of different terms and phrases that I use...

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  2. Time versus money in the athletic recruiting process

    There are two people that this article does not pertain to at all.  It is those who already have impressed coaches enough at college camps that they already have scholarships on the table...

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  3. Scholarships, football recruiting, college coaches, and more scholarships

    There is no doubt in my mind the toughest scholarship for an athlete to get is their first.  The reason that I say this is because it is hard to prove to a college coach that with no other offers on the table, you are a recruit at their level...

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  4. Ten ways to save money during the athletic recruiting process

    There is no doubt with the way that the economy is today, people have to watch what they are spending money on.  But for whatever reason, it seems like for some the athletic recruiting process is a spending free for all...

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  5. Should I commit to a school even if I am not 100% so that I have a scholarship?

    As I have mentioned many times in my recruiting definitions for parents and players, college coaches are prone to deadline an athlete during the recruiting process.  I even spoke with a college coach just yesterday about an athlete...

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  6. Fans do play a role in the athletic recruiting process for schools

    Last week I spoke about how some overzealous fans will take the time to find the MySpace and Facebook pages of certain recruits and tell them to come to their favorite school...

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  7. Updated Athletic Recruiting Definitions for Parents and Athletes

    When talking about the recruiting process, there are a number of different terms and phrases that I use.  While it is something that I assume most people know, I do realize that for people ...

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  8. Do college coaches really cheat in football and basketball?

    No matter what school it is, there always seem to be rumors circulating that a recruit got paid off or was offered money during the football or basketball recruiting process...

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  9. My dream school took a recruit at my position. What do I do now?

    In one of the most interesting comments that this site has seen in previous weeks, someone wondered about how the athletic recruiting process worked when a school receives a commitment from a similar player in the same class...

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  10. The difficulty of college coaches recruiting when they are on the hot seat

    No matter what the National Letter of Intent states, coaches are a rather large factor into which school you will be attending college at...

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  11. The Football Recruiting Process for Quarterbacks and their Size

    One of the more interesting pieces of the position by position football recruiting PDF was that I broke down the size that college coaches are looking for at different positions (This e-book is still for sale at only $5...

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  12. Recruiting Questionnaires: Why should I fill them out?

    If you have any ability in the sports that you play, there is likely a very good chance that you will receive recruiting questionnaires from college coaches...

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  13. College Coaches Will Find Athletic Recruits in Strange Ways

    While I am never going to be a believer in the old saying, “If an athlete is good enough, college coaches will find them,” it is always interesting to see how some college coaches ...

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  14. College Coaches Will Lie to Athletic Recruits

    While it happened a few weeks back, there was an interesting article about the recruiting of Jevan Snead. For those that are aware of him, this talented prep quarterback ended up committing to the University of Florida during the recruiting process...

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  15. I am a senior football player with college interest. What should I do now?

    In this series of articles relating to a variety of sports and a number of different age groups, I have to admit that the most important one is those in the senior class in this situation...

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  16. Athletic Recruiting Definitions for Parents and Athletes

    When talking about the recruiting process, there are a number of different terms and phrases that I use.  While it is something that I assume most people know, I do realize that ...

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  17. Missing out on a football recruiting prospect: Jacquizz Rodgers

    If you have been following college football over the past few weeks, there is no doubt that you should have heard of Jacquizz Rodgers. This running back from Oregon State is a true freshman who rushed for 186 yards against then #1 rated USC...

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  18. Recruiting-101 Links of the Month

    With it already well into October, that means football players from around the country are nearing the end of their season and basketball players are gearing up for the winter.  Really, it is an exciting and busy time at this point...

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  19. I’m a junior with football recruiting interest but no offers. What do I do?

    After having talked about what junior football players should do during the recruiting process before the season, I thought now would be a great time to update what I had previously talked about...

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  20. High school athletic recruiting is heating up

    Never mind the fact that college coaches from throughout the country have been working hard trying to find the most talented players to play for their school...

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  21. Ten Things to Help Yourself During the Football Recruiting Process

    HTML clipboard 1.) Excel at camps and combines A fantastic time for athletes to play their best is at camps and combines (By this I mean major camps and combines, no small ones where few people are there)...

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