Getting recruited isn’t the most straightforward process for an athlete to get through. A low number of high school athletes go on to play a college sport, with an even smaller number that get recruited/scholarships, we are here to help ease the pain with some tips. Hopefully, if done correctly, we can help guide you in the direction of getting recruited.
Learn the Book
Taking control of charting the book shows you’re not afraid to help the team and coach when they have other responsibilities to attend to. It is an excellent tool to get yourself involved in the game if you’re sitting out and gives you the basic knowledge of the game. If you’re able to assist with the book, it makes you a more valuable aspect of the team and can help you in the future if you decide to coach or assist in your sport.
Educate Yourself in Softball, School, and Recruiting
The more you know, the better. Number one way to get into playing college athletics at a high level is to make yourself eligible for academic scholarships.
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