The greater load the student-athlete takes and is able to handle, the better. This particularly applies to communicating with the coach. Who would the coach rather hear from: the parent, or the student-athlete who will play for the program for the next four or five years? Coaches are impressed by students who initiate conversations. As difficult as it might be for students to muster the courage to call coaches, student-athletes’ abilities to represent themselves is critical to the recruiting process.
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