This course teaches student-athletes and parents who want to play college basketball how to get attention from college coaches and make good decisions in the recruiting process. You might think you need a recruiting service or someone else to do it because there’s no way you could ever learn how. This course will not only teach you how, but it will help you with your specific situation, instead of assuming you’re just like everyone else.
Do you dream of playing basketball in college? Do you want to get yourself recruited but you just don’t know how? After 20+ years of college coaching experience & after helping numerous players get scholarships at every level, Hoops College wants to help YOU actually accomplish your DREAMS!
This course includes evaluations of your game and access to current and former college coaches whose only agenda is to help you with your future.
You need to answer them very carefully before you move forward. Just because you answer the question one way today, doesn’t mean you can’t change your mind later.
Eligibility rules are always changing. Every level has different criteria that you have to meet in order to be eligible to play and qualify for scholarships. Let’s find out if you’re eligible.
You may or may not have heard of the “Clearinghouse” before. Both the NCAA and NAIA have rules that regulate who is allowed to compete and receive athletic scholarships.
Do you understand how important video is for basketball players during the recruiting process? Coaches always prefer to watch players play live and in person, but there are always limits on the number of coaches that can see you in person.
Campus visits can be a huge part of the recruiting process. They are opportunities to get up close and personal with a potential college or university. This lesson will make you start thinking about visiting campuses.
Everything you say and do is part of your brand. People are always watching you. Creating your brand takes time, but ruining it can take seconds. You have to be very aware of your brand.
If you’re not using digital media to market yourself and help you get recruited, then you should start. You’re taking this course so that you can learn how to get yourself recruited.
Athletic Scholarships work differently at every level for every sport and with every school. This lesson will discuss how basketball scholarships work at different levels, assuming you are eligible to receive a scholarship at that level.
Choosing which schools to contact is not easy. You should probably do some general research into any school before you contact them.
fter doing research, you might find out your dream school isn’t exactly all it’s cracked up to be. You might end up getting an offer from their biggest rival and not them. The recruiting process is never very straight forward, but you can save yourself time if you do a little research before hand.
Maybe coaches have seen you play before and maybe they haven’t. Regardless of this, you just sent emails out to coaches. When you contacted them, especially if you included a highlight or game film you just got exposure! Hopefully, it is good and you made a great first impression.
A lot of players are led to believe that they aren’t getting recruited because they aren’t getting enough exposure. While, in a few instances this maybe true, the majority of the time lack of exposure is not the problem! They are actually getting exposed.
Many players are afraid of talking to coaches because they don’t know what to say. Talking to coaches should be easy if you have the right mindset.
Unofficial campus visits are visits in which the student-athlete is responsible for all the costs of the visit. The number of unofficial visits you can take is unlimited.
Official campus visits are visits in which the college or university pays for part or all of the costs of the visit. Official visits are fun, but you should be prepared.
Understanding your path is hard. It seems to be a common theme in society that just because you have a dream and you work hard that it will be a straight line to your end goal.