Theme: Professional Sports (26 Posts)

HOW TO EMAIL COACHES

Don’t send coaches template emails. Use this method instead.

95% of the emails coaches receive from recruits get deleted before they are read. Here’s how to write emails coaches are going to read and reply to.

 

What Coaches Want: Attributes They Look for When Recruiting

 

What College Coaches look For In Recruits: 10 Key Attributes

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The 8 Types of Athletes: Do You Have What It Takes to Be a Champ?

Do You Have What It Takes to Be a Champ?

Jun 19, 2016; Oakland, CA, USA; Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James (23) celebrates with the Larry O'Brien Championship Trophy after beating the Golden State Warriors in game seven of the NBA Finals at Oracle Arena. Mandatory Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

 

SASA OBRADOVIC EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

Sasa Obradovic for ChampionsID.com:

“This is really a great tool that can solve many problems in the scouting process of young players and helping them chase their dreams. The physical way leaves so many players undetected”

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How To Get Noticed By Coaches

Getting Scouts and Coaches to Watch You

It is not easy to convince a coach to come see you in person. In order to have a coach make that effort, you need to be a great athlete, provide them with great video and detailed statistics, and be in constant communication with them. Traveling is expensive, and coaches have a low budget allotted for scouting athletes in person.

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You Can Get That Athletic Scholarship

There have been many athletes coming out of high school that did not get a full athletic scholarship, but were a preferred walk-on and later, in their sophomore year, did earn a full athletic scholarship.

For high school student athletes, just because you are a not a superstar by the 11th or 12th grade doesn’t mean that it’s not possible.

There have been many over-achieving, superstar high school athletes who received an athletic scholarship but amounted to nothing in college.

You have countless stories of practically invisible student athletes getting an athletic scholarship that came from high schools in the middle of nowhere or were never ranked by those so-called recruiting expert websites. 

 

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