While the rated recruits get all the attention in the big sports, the reality is there are far more athletes who earn scholarships without ever getting stars next to their name. However, to get those scholarships, those student-athletes also [Read More]
CaptianU Live Season 1 Episode 50: In this week’s episode, we talk about identifying what your recruiting goals are and how can you turn those goals into attainable things you can work on.
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Beyond your athletic abilities and academic record, college coaches consider several other factors when evaluating recruits. Primary among those are the personality traits that coaches look for to see how you might fit with their team. And if you’re [Read More]
For many student-athletes, the hardest part of recruiting is getting noticed by college coaches. If you live in a state that isn’t a traditional recruiting area for your sport, it’s even more difficult. And, if you fall into the [Read More]
The recruiting process can be difficult, for athletes and their parents. Given the uncertainty and the stress involved, it can be even harder on parents, since a child going off to college represents a new chapter and a metaphorical [Read More]
College coaches never say, “I hate my multi-sport athletes.” The opposite is true. They love them!
Here are four reasons why multi-sport athletes are better and more attractive to college coaches.
1. Sports Skills Transfer
As I write this, Arch Manning is the most sought after football recruit in the class of 2023. While there’s been plenty of speculation on where he might wind up, Manning has provided few clues as to his intentions. [Read More]
While it’s easy to believe athletes at large high schools and elite club programs get all the recruiting attention, that’s not necessarily true. The reality is if you compete in a small town or play for a small school, [Read More]
Without a doubt, Twitter and Instagram have heavily impacted how college coaches recruit student-athletes. And even though the mainstream media may love to break the news when a college turns away or casts out an athlete because of their behavior on [Read More]