More and more recruiting services seem to pop up every year. I gradually am seeing the need for something like this more and more every year. Still hard for me to see families paying 500-1,000 dollars or in some cases even more to get their son’s name out there.
I was told by an old friend who was a former recruiting coordinator and now works with the National Collegiate Scouting Association that “it is the new era of recruiting and necessary. Probably so, but high profile do not need this service.
Recently, I was looking for more information on a junior whom I consider one of the best in the Class of 2018. An MSR top ten recruit. Comes from a high profile winning program. As I was reading, I saw that he was a member of the NCSA. Oh my! Actually I think that his dad is really trying to promote him, as does not understand.
Solution – Throughout Ohio coaching associations hold College Recruiting Nights. The best and excellent way to promote an Ohio high school prospect. As usual this is way too much work for a few high school coaches. Fortunately, certain areas of Ohio do well in this recruiting night. Continue ReadingRead More »