Thursday Thoughts – Top 5 Things That Turn-Off College Baseball Coaches During Recruiting — Reblog from D1 Baseball Offer

Some more great insights from D1 Baseball Offer. Your son will spend hours upon hours, years upon years, perfecting his game in order to make it to the next level. But in a single moment, that dream can vanish right before his eyes. I’ve seen it first-hand with other players and you bet that I’ve … Continue reading Thursday Thoughts – Top 5 Things That Turn-Off College Baseball Coaches During Recruiting — Reblog from D1 Baseball Offer

Video Best Practices – Football

Video Best Practices – Football Some people simply want to make their youth sports memories last for years to come with a fun, professionally produced highlight video they can share; others are looking to leverage their athlete’s skills with a nice skills or recruitment video for their college recruitment process. The great news is that … Continue reading Video Best Practices – Football

Recruiting Tip: Three college coaches describe the traits of an ‘ideal recruit’ — USA TODAY High School Sports

The USA TODAY High School Sports Recruiting Tips are provided by our recruiting partner, Playced.com. College coaches have the difficult task of evaluating a potential recruit’s abilities and then projecting how successfully a 16 or 17-year-old athlete will adapt to college life. While each coach has his or her own way of evaluating athletes, you can… … Continue reading Recruiting Tip: Three college coaches describe the traits of an ‘ideal recruit’ — USA TODAY High School Sports

How to write subject lines that get your email opened — USA TODAY High School Sports

USA TODAY High School Sports has a weekly column on the college recruiting process. Here, you’ll find practical tips and real-world advice on becoming a better recruit to maximize your opportunities to play at the college level. Jason Smith is a former NCAA DIII athlete and college coach at all three division levels. Jason is… via … Continue reading How to write subject lines that get your email opened — USA TODAY High School Sports