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College Recruiting Case Studies

College Recruiting Stories

No two athletes will follow the exact same steps to get a scholarship offer. There will be similarities but each athlete is unique. The RecruitLook staff has helped athletes receive millions of dollars in scholarship money. We wanted to share a few of the success stories* that RecruitLook athletes have had.

*Names and schools have been changed for confidentiality purposes.

NEGOTIATING A COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP

This case study highlights how to properly negotiate with college coaches to get the best possible scholarship offer available. Many families think the first offer is the only offer. We have the right strategy to ensure you get multiple offers!

LATE START IN RECRUITING

Athletes will put off their college recruitment thinking they’ll either eventually get discovered, or that they can get it all done during their senior year. College coaches start recruiting as young as 9th grade! How do athletes overcome starting the college recruiting process late?

THE RIGHT RECRUITING STRATEGY

You always hear about the good athlete that is getting zero recruiting attention. It happens every year! Most time, the athlete’s recruiting plan to get college coaches to notice him/her is horribly planned out. The right recruiting strategy will significantly increase your scholarship offers.

LACK OF RECRUITING ATTENTION

There are many factors that might attribute to why a recruit is not getting the recruiting attention they deserve. RecruitLook Scouts see top talent get passed over year-after-year. Our team knows how to overcome the lack of recruiting exposure you are receiving. We’ve done it before, and we’ll do it again!

HANDLING SCHOLARSHIP OFFERS

All recruits should know how to handle scholarship offers. Just because a recruit has scholarship offers does not guarantee scholarship money. Too many recruits are losing scholarship leads and offers because they are not educated on how to maintain the offer.

NAVIGATING SCHOLARSHIP OFFERS

Most every athlete, and parent for that matter, wants to get a full-ride scholarship when seeking college scholarship opportunities. The goal should be to get the most possible money from the coach and university. It’s very important that an athlete ask the right questions when making the decision on which school to attend, especially if there is money on the table.

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