The process of recruiting is a long term commitment. Once you’ve done your research and identified your target schools the real work begins.
In the links below we share with you information about what to say in your initial contact email to your target coaches, tips on how to build a great relationship with those coaches, resources to help you as you make difficult telephone calls and also outline how to make a good recruiting plan that will keep you on track through all these communications.
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First impressions are everything. Find out how to make an impact with your top college coaches from your first introduction letter.
Tips on how to build a solid relationship with your target coaches during recruiting, and why this is such an important part of recruiting.
Practice your telephone skills before you call a college coach. Get scripts for making introduction and followup calls, and leaving voicemail.
If you are thinking about communicating with coaches, then you’ve already done your priorities, researched your schools, made your target list, and built your athlete resume…this is A LOT! we know that. So in order to keep your momentum, and not lose motivation it is important to write down your communication plan. This includes when to contact, how to contact, how often to contact coaches. As well as knowing what to ask so you can start narrowing down your choices.
Go to the resource download page for the worksheet that will help keep track of your plan for communicating with coaches.
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