Key Steps To Get A Scholarship

1. Be your best promoter.

It is up to you to get what you want. No one is going to be able to promote you better than yourself. Be bold! Become a master of selling yourself.  

Channel your athleticism OFF the field. Every interaction with a coach is an opportunity.

2. Become an asset to your coach/team.

The more you can help your team and your coach, the more willing they will be to help you continue your career. As an athlete in the Jr  college world, your coach is going to the BIGGEST help. They have the connections in order to get you to the next level. Make them want to help you by helping them.

3. Attend ID camps.

Camps can be expensive. However, they are a great way to get connected to coaches. Be resourceful. Communicating before and  after attending ID camps is key. Reach out to the coach and speak with your head coach on the subject beforehand. See if they can reach out to the coach for you or with you. 

4. Video/film.

Coaches are busy. It’s rare that a D1 coach is going to make it to your game and even if they do it’s probably a recruiting coach. Make it easy on them by sending them updated film periodically. It’s your job to go in Hudl and do the work. If your program does not have film, then push for them to start filming. Until then, invest in a video camera and get your parents to film you or whoever you can find willing to help.

5. Suitability.

Would you attend this school if you weren’t going to play? Right now you feel like it doesn’t matter, you just care about the program or division, but this matters in the long run. Look into things like weather, community, distance from home, off-campus activities, and other things that may impact your life as a student and as an athlete. 

6. Don’t get caught up in divisions.

When I was in high school, I would not talk to any school below D1 because that’s what I had my heart set on. Jr year I got  injured and went to FLC which ended up being one of the best things for me. Focus on programs that have connections to the levels after college. Are they connected to semi-pro teams? What is the transfer rate to other divisions like? Who do they play in the off season? Do they compete well against top level teams?

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