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Sep/2014

2015 Basketball Recruits On The Market
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There are some really good 2015 high school basketball prospects still avaiable.  Here is a quick look at a few.
Jaren Lewis
2015 6'5 CG (plays multiple positions/very versatile)
Offers: Toledo & Kennesaw State
Heavy Interest: Belmont, Rice, Davidson, Bucknell, Cornell, Columbia, American, Wofford, Marist, College of Charleston, UNCG, Quinnipiac, Abilene Christian, Ohio Univ. & StetsonUnofficial Visits: Columbia & CornellAttended Elite Camps:  Rice, Harvard Buck... Read More




17
Sep/2014

Obediah Church commits to Missouri State Bears
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Obediah Church (2015 : 6-7 : Forward) announced on Monday night that he’ll be committing to Paul Lusk and the Missouri State Bears Basketball program. Lusk and his staff followed Church all over this past spring and summer on the AAU circuit; their recruiting efforts paid off huge with the commitment from Church. Church was a main contributor for a successful Illinois Irish 17u travel team. “He enjoyed the feel of the school beyond just basketball. He believes in what the staff has plann... Read More




17
Sep/2014

What If a College Coach Says Not To Use a Recruiting Service?
I've heard recently that some college coaches have told families to not use a recruiting service...and seemed very much against the notion of ever receiving info from one on a potiential prospect.Quick and easy answers for this.   Even though I've never experienced it, a college coach might say this because they have heard from one of many unorganized recruiting services out there.   These services will mass email (or blitz) hundreds of college coaches, no matter what the level is, and... Read More




17
Sep/2014

What If My Coach Says Not To Use a Recruiting Service?
I sometimes hear from families that their HS coach or Travel Ball Coach says:  "Don't use a recruiting service...they're a waste of money."Quick and easy answers for this.   Even though I've never experienced it, a HS coach might say this because they want everything involving their players to filter through them to help build the program's reputation.   Understandable...and this is why I usually try to involve my clients' HS coaches as much as possible.   Again, very little... Read More




17
Sep/2014

How Do I Know Who to Trust During the Recruiting Process?
At the end of the day, the decision of where to play college sports is yours, and yours alone.   Most student-athletes will lean on their parents, prep/travel coaches, siblings and friends and include them in the decision-making process—but at the end of the day, it’s your life, your experience and your future.  This is your reward for all the years of hard work that you’re putting in. You have to go where you are comfortable and where you’ll be happy.You will never make everyo... Read More



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