Usually the team that did the best job of managing the clock wins the game. Teams that don’t have to rely on a last minute miracle.
Last Minute Miracles
Truth is athletes only have one shot at getting recruited. No one can have a high school do-ver. So athletes in the midst should never rely on a last minute miracle to land a scholarship.
I’m not a miracle worker, but I know how to manage the recruiting clock. Partnering with me will assure success!
Think of it like this. Would you rather hurry and scurry around as the clock winds down hoping to score at the last second or would you prefer to know that victory is eminent and relish the moment of celebration?
5 Tips to Enjoy the Recruiting Process (and avoid hoping for a last minute miracle)
Follow these few tips to be certain that you’ve met your goals and victory belongs to you!
- Have a solid recruiting plan. Start working the plan early and stay the course. This is where years of recruiting exposure will pay off.
- Keep focused in the classroom and on the field. The classroom is not the place to let your performance slip.
- Be familiar with the recruiting timeline. Depending on the sport, calls from college coaches for recruiting can begin in June, July and September.
- Know communication rules Communicate with as many coaches as possible.
- Take official visits to colleges recruiting you. Five official visits are permitted, use them wisely. Make sure you know the academic and athletic expectations for athletes at each school.
The clock is ticking. Time will eventually run out. When this happens I want to be sure your family is celebrating!
Be committed, get committed.