Your browser does not support frames. Every year thousands of student-athletes get overlooked, not because they are not good enough, but because the right college coaches did not know about them. The NCAA rules that allow students to begin the recruiting process earlier than when do colleges look at your application competitors.
The proven techniques on how to build relationships with college coaches. How to choose the best college opportunity and negotiate the best financial aid and scholarship package. How to set yourself apart on your resume and achieve life long success from being branded a collegiate athlete. This is the ultimate resource for parents, athletes, coaches, and really anyone involved in the recruiting process.
Part instruction, part inspiration, Athletes Wanted provides hope to those who want to help their children maximize their athletic scholarship and life potential. Make sure to visit the community often as it is updated with recruiting news and provide feedback, ideas, and stories through the Athletes Wanted blog. I look forward to hearing your Athletes Wanted story. Will your future college team be banned because of your grades? How Early Is Recruiting Really Happening? Pursue your dreams before it’s too late!
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