Which of these recruiting myths are true?

  • Bad grades won’t matter if your talent is good enough
  • NCAA Division III schools are weaker athletically
  • Your shouldn’t send your profile to a school unless you know you’d like to go there
  • College coaches only recruit top players

Bad grades won’t matter if your talent is good enough

Yes, teams want talented players. But is that enough to get you recruited?  Well talent is half the battle.  I played college basketball and when the season started, we were amazing!  Mid-season, when grades came out, we lost half the team.  Wow, were we B-A-D.  Never mind being competitive, we didn’t even belong in the same building as some of the teams we played.  Coaches don’t enjoy those situations. They need to know that academically you can get into the school and that you remain eligible to play. So this myth, doesn’t score.

To find out how these other myths stand up (and others that surround the recruiting process), click here:

And when you’re ready to get that highlight reel so coaches know who you are, give us a call!

By |2017-10-02T20:49:31+00:00July 20th, 2017|Sports Recruiting|