Tips From RecruitLook Scouts


RecruitLook Scouts have years of experience in and around the college recruiting game.  We wanted to share some of our thoughts and experiences with all the recruits and families out there.  These are ideas, insights, and recruiting tips that what we believe every student-athlete should be made aware of.

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jimd9Many recruits like to think that they are division one talent, but the market is saying they are division two or lower; however, recruits still only try to land division one scholarships.  That is not a good strategy.  You are limiting your opportunities.  How can you avoid this scenario?

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jimd6Most recruits think that if they are good that a college scout will find them, and that their athletic ability is what will land them a college scholarship. College scouts are looking for more than just a talented athlete.  Three very common reasons recruits get overlooked…

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jimd8Sending out emails is a crucial step in the college recruiting process. However, many recruits fall victim of recruiting services that promise to send out thousands of emails on the recruit’s behalf.  This is a major red flag and college coaches hate it!

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jimd12Each university or college has a different recruiting budget for the year.  The division one schools will have bigger budgets than division two schools, and athletic programs will give the money making sports more money for recruiting.  It is important to know how a school’s recruiting budget plays a role in your recruitment!

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One of the biggest mistakes an athlete can make during the college recruiting process is limiting their recruiting options.  College coaches are talking with multiple recruits, and athletes should be doing the same with college coaches.  How can you boost your college recruiting options?

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