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Sports Recruiting & Scholarship Blog / Communicating With Coaches

by CCR Team, on November 01, 2018

At Custom College Recruiting, we speak to many different international parents on a daily basis. Parents almost always want the absolute best for their children. They want to see dreams …

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Topics:Communicating With CoachesRecruiting Tips And Process

by Coach Chris Goodman, on October 30, 2018

It might seem okay to allow your parents to handle the recruiting process. You're busy playing sports. You have practices to attend. You have games to play. You have school …

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Topics:Communicating With Coaches

by CCR Team, on October 15, 2018

You are anxious to have that first conversation with a university coach in the United States. You have bottled up your enthusiasm. You want to express how excited you are …

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Topics:Communicating With Coaches

by Coach Chris Goodman, on July 28, 2018

How do you narrow your schools to your top 5 choices? Let's hope you have five opportunities. That's a blessing for many student-athletes to have that many viable opportunities. We …

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Topics:Communicating With CoachesRecruiting Tips And ProcessScholarship

by Coach Chris Goodman, on July 26, 2018

Do you feel a sense of panic coming on from just visualizing your first conversation with a college coach? Remember, it's just a conversation. You can always prepare for that …

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Topics:Communicating With CoachesRecruiting Tips And Process

by Coach Aaron Seybert, on July 20, 2018

By Aaron I have been with CCR since the early days. I’ve had the luxury of talking with thousands of families in the early stages of the recruiting process. A …

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Topics:Communicating With CoachesRecruiting Tips And ProcessRecruiting ServicesScholarshipParents

by Coach Chris Goodman, on July 17, 2018

Social media for student-athletes can either help or hurt recruiting. What you post to Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat or any other social media is a reflection of who you are …

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Topics:Communicating With CoachesRecruiting Tips And ProcessSocial MediaNCAA

by Coach Aaron Seybert, on July 16, 2018

In the college recruiting process, the hardest piece of the puzzle is garnering interest from the coaches as an athlete. Once they know you exist and actively begin to recruit …

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Topics:Communicating With CoachesRecruiting Tips And ProcessParents

by Coach Chris Goodman, on July 09, 2018

It can be intimidating. The first time an athlete is approached by a coach-either in person or by phone-the student-athlete might freeze up. Questions about my ability on the field …

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Topics:Communicating With CoachesScholarship

by Coach Chris Goodman, on June 27, 2018

How does the busy parent get around to helping their young student athlete get the proper visibility they need? You probably already spend hours upon hours attending games. Each parent …

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Topics:Communicating With CoachesRecruiting ServicesScholarship

by Coach Aaron Seybert, on April 14, 2016

There are many factors that lead to enjoying success in the recruiting process. Here at CCR, we define success by the opportunities our athletes are able to access through communicating …

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Topics:Creating a Highlight TapeCommunicating With CoachesRecruiting Tips And ProcessRecruiting ServicesAcademicsSocial Media

by CCR Team, on March 09, 2016

A GREAT VIDEO IS ESSENTIAL TO BEING RECRUITED In football, as with any sport that student-athletes pursue at the next level, your video is absolutely crucial! Even if a college …

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Topics:Creating a Highlight TapeCommunicating With CoachesRecruiting Tips And Process

by CCR Team, on March 03, 2016

Speaking to university level coaches for the first time can be very intimidating and confusing for student athletes and their parents. What do I say if they ask this? How …

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Topics:Communicating With CoachesRecruiting Tips And Process