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5 Tips for College Recruiting Success

Are you dreaming of playing college sports but don’t know where to start? College recruiting may seem overwhelming, so we don’t blame you. Rest assured that the process doesn’t have to be as complicated as you might think.  College recruiting for student athletes is a multi-step process. And it may look a little different depending […]

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Full Ride Scholarships and How to Get Them

You may have heard of getting a “full ride” to a school before, but what is a full ride scholarship? In a nutshell, a full ride scholarship is the dream for many student-athletes.   You want to go to college, and knowing how expensive it can be, you want to use your talents in sports to […]

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What You Need To Know About Ivy League Athletic Scholarships

In the United States, the Ivy League 8 consists of eight prestigious colleges and universities. They include:  These schools have some of the most competitive, elite athletes in the country and many students apply only to get rejected each year. The athletic programs for each Ivy League school are very particular about whom they choose […]

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A Recruiting Guide for Multi-Sport Athletes

Multi-sport athletes participate or train in more than one sport. These athletes are often good at many sports activities, with an extensive range of athletic talent.   For example, let’s consider two popular sports for multi-sport athletes: football and baseball.   A good multi-sport athlete playing both of these sports may excel at a range of skills, […]

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Football Camp and Combine Season: When and Where to Go and What to Do

Between camps, combines, showcases, and more, how are you supposed to know where to go and when? We’ve got your back. Whether you’re looking for skill development or recruiting exposure, this is your ultimate guide to football events. First things first, when do football events occur? We know how quickly schedules can fill up for […]

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9 Essential Steps to Getting Recruited

The recruitment process can be long and arduous, but it can also be extremely rewarding. By staying proactive throughout the entire recruiting process, you have a much greater chance of being recruited. We’ve prepared a guideline to help you along your recruiting journey with key tips to help you achieve your dream.  1. Stay ahead […]

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6 Tips for Creating a Great Highlight Video

Do you know how to make a highlight video? Having a professional highlight video can be one of the best ways to attract the attention of a college coach. You want to have a video that shows off your athletic ability and skills in a short period of time. We have broken down some key […]

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11 Basketball Shooting Drills to Practice

If you want to kick your basketball game up a notch, you need to start practicing like the pros. Basketball shooting drills are a great way to improve your shooting accuracy and consistency for competitive gameplay.   There are a variety of drills that you can do to work on different aspects of your shooting. Over […]

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12 Questions You Must Ask a College Coach

The recruiting process is a two-way street. Even though coaches are evaluating student-athletes, it’s also up to you and your family to evaluate a potential school or program. But how can you be sure that you’re making the right choice – that a school is the best fit?  It’s important for you to do the research, create […]

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D2 and D3 Players in the NFL Today

It’s a common misconception that D1 is the only division with players getting drafted into the NFL. There are many D2 and D3-level players who get drafted. So how many D2 and D3 NFL players are there?   On average, about 70 former D2 and D3 players compete in each NFL football season.  Look below for […]