Athletic scholarships are very competitive.

Like everyone, college coaches want to get the most for their money. College coaches and professional sports use position planning boards.

Athletes move up, down or off the board depending on athletic skills, techniques.   Students should try to participate in as many sports as possible in high school. Playing two or more sports is an extra edge helping win out over a single-sport athlete costing the coach the same amount of scholarship dollars but with less diverse skills.

College coaches look for student-athletes who have a passion to compete. How do you show your passion?  Do you stand out?

Grades can make or break you.  Always know where your core GPA is and don’t stutter when a coach asks. If your weak here, step it up.

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