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  1. Q: How does the college recruiting process work? It can go three ways. Coach to player, player to coach or coach to coach contact. A coach can reach out to a player after seeing them live or film and there academic standing. A player can reach out to a coach expressing interest. A club/high school coach can reach out to a college coach with information on their players. Q: How should a recruit let you know he/she wants to play for your college/university? First, fill out that college/university questionnaire. Then make that contact(email) but know the rules for what division y
  2. Q: How does the college recruiting process work? A: For us generally, a recruit will fill out a recruiting questionnaire on our website at- https://wbuathletics.com/sb_output.aspx?form=3&path=wrestling Then we will get in contact with them, and invite them to apply to the school and setup a campus visit. After they get accepted, have completed the financial aid paperwork, and we feel like they are good fit to achieve great things at Wayland, they sign a letter of intent! Q: How should a recruit let you know he/she wants to play for your college/university?
  3. 1. How does the recruiting process work? It will vary from school to school, program to program. Some people get on and stay on people early and others not so much. Some will send hard copy letters, some emails most by text and phone calls. Some will be in constant contact others will give space. It really goes back to the coaches personality. 2. How should a recruit let you know they want to play for you? Tell us—don’t be afraid to reach out to us or let us know where we stand as we do the same on our end. Send game film---as stats don’t really give the overa
  4. 1. How does the recruiting process work? It will vary from school to school, program to program. Some people get on and stay on people early and others not so much. Some will send hard copy letters, some emails most by text and phone calls. Some will be in constant contact others will give space. It really goes back to the coaches personality. 2. How should a recruit let you know they want to play for you? Tell us—don’t be afraid to reach out to us or let us know where we stand as we do the same on our end. Send game film---as stats don’t really give the overa
  5. Q: How does the college recruiting process work? Each coach at each University recruits in their own way, BUT, there are some things that we all do. Example: Determine position needs which leads to: 1-evaluate basketball talent, 2-evaluate athleticism, 3-evaluate competitiveness, 4-evaluate character, 5 evaluate projected level, 6- project academic success, 7- investigate behavior, investigate family situation. This is my important list with about 27,550 additional items that I expect my assistant coaches to know about a prospect. Q: How should a recruit let you know he/she wa
  6. Joe Prud’homme is the Head Football Coach at Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth Texas. Here is a Q&A by UnderRecruited Preps to help high school student-athletes learn about navigating the college recruiting process. Q: How does the college recruiting process work? Coaches look for certain player types, athletically and academically. Coaches will contact the high school coaches for recommendations, and information on the available prospects. Communication can be through, email, twitter or phone calls. Q: How should a recruit let you know he/she wants to play for your co
  7. Q: How does the college recruiting process work? We identify our needs as a program and then we go find what fits our need as well as our university and program. We know who we are, we know what kind of student athletes we can attract so we try to find the best fit for our program to meet the needs that we have. Q: How should a recruit let you know he/she wants to play for your college/university? Personal email. Correctly addressed, with correct spelling! Phone calls are okay, but emails are better in my opinion. Include your vital information; position, grad year, H
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