How should you act during the athletic scholarship recruiting process?

The recruiting process may feel like a date.   Hard to get, by not remaining in contact with college coaches will make the believe that you’re disinterested in their program and they may back off or remove you from their list. Be honest and be yourself.

Needy, by constantly filling their voice mails or email inbox’s may cause a coach to back off out of annoyance.

So, when is it okay to follow up with a coach? And how often is too often to contact coaches?

Basic tip is to always follow-up with any and all coaches within a short period of time while you are fresh on their mind.

There are many other tips, contact one of our scouts to learn more.

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