College Recruiting

  • Am I being recruited?

    Posted on April 5, 2016 by admin

    Everyday 1,000′s of High School Football Players receive a letter from a University. What does that mean? Does it mean they are all being recruited by those schools? In many cases, it may not! Colleges may send out thousands of letters to players in their database. An overwhelming majority will never receive a scholarship offer. That said, […]

  • Winter Break Recruiting for Coach Made Easy with SportsCampConnection

    Posted on December 2, 2012 by admin

    Winter Recruiting 2017 to make most out of winter breaks There are few times in a young athletes life where they have some much deserved down time and can reflect on the progress they’ve made.  This is the ideal time to consider ways to improve your  winter recruiting prospect.  We’ve listed a few great ideas […]

  • College Football Recruiting Video Games 2017

    Posted on August 7, 2012 by admin

    You can learn a lot from football recruiting video games From the realistic game-play to the in depth scouting and recruiting process EA Sports’ college football recruiting videos game has it all.  Over the years, college football video games have adapted and changed with the times and have remained a favorite pass time for athletes and […]

  • The Cost of Athletic Recruitment Services

    Posted on August 6, 2012 by admin

    From high profile youth sports camps to highlight videos, self recruiting isn’t free! Recruiting yourself in today’s competitive athletic landscape costs time and money plain and simple.  Done right, the rewards can last a lifetime!  How much time and money YOU spend depends on how much you and your family know about how the recruiting […]

  • The Importance of Game Footage in Sports for Athletes

    Posted on July 12, 2012 by Natalie Pedersen

    Why Sports Game Footage is Important  Whether you are a rising freshman or senior in high school, it is important to have game film to show coaches in order for them to start evaluating you as an athlete. If you haven’t filmed any of your competitions yet, be sure to get out there and start […]

  • The Rising Cost of College Tends Athletes for Scholarships

    Posted on April 27, 2012 by admin

    As College Costs Rise, More Students Look to Athletic Scholarships Forbes. CBS News. US News. They are all saying the same thing. College tuition costs…a lot! And the price keeps going up every year. The average annual tuition (plus expenses) at a private college ranges from approximately $35,000 to $38,000. Back in 2007, only one […]

  • Preparing Baseball Camps for Underclassmen

    Posted on April 17, 2012 by admin

    A guide to Underclassmen Baseball Showcase Camps What should you bring to baseball camp? How many camps should you attend during high school? What type of baseball camp should you go to? These are just a sample of the many questions you might be asking yourself about attending baseball camps. Well, rest assured that attending […]

  • Athletic Scholarship 2017 Pursuit in USA for Sports Training

    Posted on July 6, 2011 by admin

    The pursuit for athletic scholarships 2017 can be as competitive as the sports that offer them. Over 126,000 student-athletes receive athletic scholarships in USA from NCAA Division I and II schools each year. But, the NCAA Athletic Scholarship member schools also report having 355,000 student-athletes playing each year! That means that only approximately 36% of […]

  • Sports Camp Invitations

    Posted on June 14, 2011 by admin

    How to Interpret a Sports Camp Invitation The summer months give college coaches the opportunity to truly evaluate and assess those athletes that are on their list. The most important task for a college staff during the summer is to get the best upper and underclass prospects to their college sports camps. The majority of […]

  • How to Choose the Right Sports Camp

    Posted on June 6, 2011 by admin

    How to Select the Right Sports Camp Shiny brochures and visually appealing websites can often confuse and overwhelm parents when deciphering between youth sports camps for their middle and high school student athlete. The first thing you need to decide for yourself is whether you are attending the sports camp for evaluation purposes or training […]

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