If you're an excellent baseball player who wants to win an athletic scholarship, I can help you. Don't worry, you don't need to spend thousands of dollars on a consultant or recruiting service. You just need to know the right procedure to follow so you can manage your own search. I will show you how to do it yourself like a pro.Q: What do college coaches look for when they are recruiting players?A: First the player has to be able to get into the school. If you don't meet the schools minimum academic requirements for admission, don't expect to hear from those schools.Also can you play at their level of competition.Q: What are the usual steps in the recruiting process?A: At the beginning of his junior year, apply for approval to play NCAA Division I sports from the NCAA Clearinghouse.Colleges are permitted to write letters to prospects after September 1 during his junior year. Personal contact may take place after July 1 following his junior year, and once-per-week phone calls are also permitted then.
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