An athlete’s high school coach will do everything they can to help an athlete become recruited, but it will not be enough. The entire senior class hopes to be recruited, as do juniors, sophomores, and freshmen getting an early start. The coach has a job, a family, and countless other obligations. Coaches don’t get paid for helping an athlete win a scholarship or turn the head of a college coach. So whose job is it? The athlete’s, with the help of their family, of course. If you want to succeed in the recruiting process, commit to being proactive. Put yourself in the driver’s seat and take the wheel. It’s your future, after all.
Commit. Succeed. Athlead.