What to Do This Winter in Your College Recruiting Process

Recruiting checklists help you stay on track with the college athletic recruiting process during the winter months. Here’s what to do for each grade level.

TIMECODES
0:51 Show Outline
1:44 What should freshman be doing right now?
4:46 What should sophomores be doing right now?
9:14 What should juniors be doing right now?
13:30 What should seniors be doing right now?
17:34 Live Q & A
17:40 What comes next after JuCo to get to a 4 year school?
20:01 How do I get exposure at a small high school?
22:02 What are my options for playing college basketball if I don’t play in high school?
24:24 When is the last day an athlete can be recruited? Also what is a development team?
25:50 Can you guys explain the college transfer portal?
28:30 I am starting to be recruited – any advice for my first phone call with a college coach?
31:35 Is there any benefit for not taking an athletic scholarship to help my future college team?
34:43 Ring the Bell #NCSACOMMIT

Get downloadable checklists for each grade level here: https://www.ncsasports.org/recruiting/managing-recruiting-process/winter-recruiting-checklist

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