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Maximizing Your College Search In 2021

Those who organize best, execute well-developed plans and beat the bushes will maximize their college recruiting success. You can create change, make ...

Life Lessons From a Two-Sport Non-Scholarship College Athlete

Below is a sample chapter from my new book, Walked On: Life Lessons From a Two-Sport Non-Scholarship College Athlete. The book details the story of my...

8 Reasons Being A Good Student Will Make You More Recruitable

We are often telling our kids that they need to study if they want to play sports in College. And yes, it's true, good grades are essential to get int...

How-To Close Out Your College Recruiting Year

College prospective student-athletes now face unique challenges to maximize the college recruiting process. Considering the Coronavirus pandemic, coll...

5 Hidden Qualities College Coaches Look For In Athletes

5 Hidden Qualities College Coaches Look For in Athletes.Dylan Spadaccini Let's face it; competing at the college level is one of the greatest...

One Skill All College Athletic Recruits Must Learn

The easiest path to reach such a destination is what's visualized for any high school student-athlete who has their sights set on participating in col...

Volleyball Recruiting: Searching for More Than Talent

"Playing as much as possible." That statement is what most volleyball recruits would think college coaches are wishing for them to do before they come...

College Recruiting Simplified

Every prospect has an ideal college experience waiting for him or her. Identifying essential operatives that define your personal goal is half the bat...

6 Questions to Ask Before Creating Your College List

Committing to a college that aligns with your goals can be a daunting task when you're first getting started, but it doesn't have to be. With a free...

5 Keys for a Strong Transition From High School Sports to College Athlete

The jump in competition from high school sports to college sports can be stunning. To get recruited to play in college, you typically have to be on...

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