1. The Importance of Recruiting Calls from College Coaches This Time of Year

    HTML clipboardFor more information about the recruiting process, please visit www.recruiting-101.com now! I recently had the opportunity to speak with a recruit about the amount of college interest he has been receiving...

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  2. True Definition Student-Athletes

    For more information about the recruiting process, please visit www.recruiting-101.com now! With all the articles that I have written over the past few years for BR, I know I have always talked about the importance of academics...

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  3. Football Recruiting Process for Offensive Tackles and Their Average 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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  4. How do athletics help reduce the costs of college at a non-scholarship school?

    One of the things that initially scare a lot of families (especially the parents) away from Division III private schools is the initial price tag.  Some of these schools cost in the range of $30,000 plus and the price tag is raising every year...

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  5. Big school or bust during the athletic recruiting process

    I recently had a chance to speak to a football recruit who was hoping to be able to play in college at a very high level...

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  6. Why Do College Coaches Call Prospective Athletic Recruits?

    As I will talk about later in a future article, there is no doubt in my mind that phone calls are a very important part of the recruiting process for all collegiate sports...

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  7. Keeping track of your athletic recruiting attention from college coaches

    One important aspect that may be a huge benefit to your recruiting process is staying organized. While it may seem easy, keeping track of all the attention that you receive is something that will help you make that final decision...

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  8. The Football Recruiting Process for Tight Ends and Their Average 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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  9. What You Should Try to Get Out of Official Visits During the Recruiting Process

    With five official visits allowed by the NCAA, there is no doubt that these trips are very worth doing. Obviously it will depend on a number of different factors, but if you have ...

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  10. How Do College Coaches Find Athletic Recruits?

    (Note: This article was originally written in 2007 but has been updated and additions have been made so that a larger audience can see it and read it...

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  11. Recruiting: It Is Harder to Get Athletic Looks When Breaking Out As a Senior

    The easiest way to get recruited and stay recruited during your high school athletic career is to get to the varsity level early and make a name for yourself. By doing this, it makes it easier for you to get your name out to college coaches...

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  12. The Hard Work of Being a Top Division I Athlete

    I have talked about it before but to get to the Division I level in any sport, you must show a great deal of ability and skills that impress college coaches...

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  13. The Football Recruiting Process for Wide Receivers 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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  14. I would consider all my athletic recruiting options but………..

    Since I first started writing articles on this site somewhere around 18 months now, I have always stressed the importance of considering all of your options in the recruiting process...

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  15. Excuses why I am not receiving any athletic recruiting attention

    It seems that when talking to different recruits, there are two different camps that the athletes sit in.  The first is those that are fully aware of what college programs have been recruiting them...

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  16. Highlight Video E-Book now available

    After the great response that we have received and continue to receive from our first E-Book, Football Recruiting Advice Position-by-Position, Recruiting-101 has written another lengthy E-Book ...

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  17. The Athletic Recruiting Process is a long journey for families

    One of the most stressful times in the lives of parents and their children is if they go through the athletic recruiting process...

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  18. Why Don’t I Have an Athletic Scholarship Offer?

    At this time of year, college programs have their recruiting boards in place for the Class of 2009 in all sports. It doesn’t matter if it is football, volleyball, hockey, or any other sports...

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  19. Athletic Recruiting advice from a national recruit

    Over the last two years, I have had the opportunity to interact with one of the top athletic recruits in the Class of 2010.  While I am not going to say his name, I have also had the opportunity to interact with his mother as well...

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  20. How young is too young during the athletic recruiting process?

    In order to really jump into this article, I must relay a story of what a current Division I college coaching staff is doing.  This staff made a name for themselves at the mid major level and went to a number of NCAA tournaments...

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  21. Playing time versus playing for a big name school during the recruiting process

    One of the more interesting debates that athletic recruits have to figure out on a daily basis is if they want playing time early on versus playing at a school with a big name...

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  22. Why academics matter more than ever in the athletic recruiting process

    I have always stressed on here that one way to really help yourself in the athletic recruiting process is by taking care of your grades...

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  23. How do I get college coaches to watch my recruiting highlight video?

    I wrote yesterday about how you should not waste your time “cold sending” recruiting highlight tapes to college coaches.  That is something I doubt I will ever change my stance on...

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  24. Location and the importance of it during the athletic recruiting process

    It seems as if during the athletic recruiting process, there are athletes in two different camps.  The first one is the players that want to stay close to home and be surrounded by friends and family...

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  25. How do I help support Recruiting-101? And how do I get a subject written about?

    One question that I have received from time to time via email is how do I support the Recruiting-101 website?  Although this is a free site overall, it is always nice to bring in ...

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