Where does a student-athlete with dreams of playing at the collegiate level begin? Every year, thousands of student-athletes get overlooked, not because they are not good enough, but because the right college coaches did not know about them.
To stop student-athletes from falling through the cracks, NCSA Athletic Recruiting's founder Chris Krause wrote Athlete’s Wanted as a total guide for student-athletes and parents to navigate the recruiting process, and a complete game plan for maximizing athletic scholarship and life potential.
Chapter 5: Communicating with coaches offers key tips on how to build relationships with college coaches. In this chapter, you will learn:
- How and when to initiate communication with college coaches
- A sample questionnaire commonly sent by coaches and programs to gain initial insight about student-athletes and gauge a level of interest in their program, (and what to do with the questionnaire once you receive it)
- Sample letters and emails for your reference, along with phone call guidelines, a sample script and specific questions to ask coaches based on your specific circumstance
- Sample letters from college coaches and how to read between the lines to understand exactly what a coach means
- How to categorize a school based on what you’re hearing from a college coach throughout your communications: Dream, Reach, Likely, Backup, Not Qualified/Interested
When it comes to your recruitment, Athlete’s Wanted is a one-stop-shop for getting a wide variety of questions answered. The recruiting process is complicated, and it started yesterday. Download your free copy of Chapter 5: Aligning a College with You today and take the first step toward understanding the recruiting process and playing your sport at the next level.