What You Need To Know About Verbal Commitments
Ally D Interview, Recruiting Process April 4, 2017Recruiting Process, scholarships, Verbal Commitment 0 Comment
What You Need to Know About Verbal CommitmentsThe recruiting process can be like boarding an airplane. The plane may taking you where you want to go, but if you are uncertain about what awaits when upon landing, you will feel anxious. Add to that, you are put on the airplane several years before your were ready to take the trip. College coaches are asking young high school students, even 8th graders to board the plane early by asking for verbal commitments. This is the daunting reality for a large number of talented athletes and their parents.
I am excited to bring you the first part in a series of videos: “Answers to Your Recruiting Questions”. We have teamed up with Cheri Naudin from College Sports Advocates. Cheri has been connecting high school players to college coaches for decades. She has a wealth of knowledge and experience working through the recruiting process. Collegiate Sports Advocate is a National Company designed to utilize their 40 years of Sports-Specific experience, guiding, consulting, recruiting, coaching, and training Student Athletes that desire to play Collegiate Sports.
We have the interview in two forms: Video and Written. They are each unique, but similar in content. For sure, watch the video. It is only a 80 seconds long, but is full of valuable tips regarding verbal commitments.
Read on for the written part of the interview, packed with insights which college coaches are reluctant to go on record or give many specifics about.Read more