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The Truth About Recruiting  Baseball/Softball · Any

Season:
Winter 2021
Starts:
Dec 3 ’21 at 6:00 PM
Ends:
Dec 16 ’21 at 7:00 PM
Registration Dates:
Nov 9 ’21 – Dec 3 ’21 regular
Sponsor:
Jeff Diskin, Darwin Pennye
Minimum age:
13 years old
Maximum age:
18 years old
Age as of:
Dec 3 ’21
Group Fees
Free
Individual Fees
Free

"The Truth About Recruiting" will provide some fundamental information about what the recruiting process looks like for 90% of high school athletes as the process applies to the athletes and to the schools. Athletes will learn how to actively market themselves while gaining insights from college coaches/recruiters. This is a 3-part course that will focus on the following topics:


December 3: Creating a Game Plan

  • Explaining the clearinghouse
  • Explaining the clearinghouse
  • Explanation of allotted scholarships in baseball
  • How full-ride scholarships are actually accomplished
  • Identify schools that will be a good academically, financially, and economically
  • FAFSA

December 10: Marketing Yourself

  • Need for a recruiting service?
  • Introductory email content
  • Skills video content and length
  • Utilizing your high school or summer coach for a recommendation letter
  • Importance of going where wanted

December 16: Coaches Panel

  • Bring college coaches in from the following levels to share their insights into recruiting and playing college baseball: junior college, NCCAA, NAIA, NCAA D-II, NCAA D-1
  • Types of questions to be answered:
  • How do coaches show interest in players?
  • How do coaches put together a financial package?
  • What are the recruiting rules for each of the different levels
  • How do coaches evaluate players?
  • What are some recruiting myths or stereotypes about college baseball that you would like to address?
  • What do players struggle with the most when first joining a college baseball program?

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