Get Recruited For A Football Scholarship (What 11th Graders Need To Do)

With four-year college athletic scholarships easily being worth tens of thousands of dollars, it is no wonder that so many high school football players are competing for them. In today’s economy, many families are depending on their son’s ability to obtain an athletic scholarship. The junior year in high school is really the most important year as far as college football recruiting goes.

Student/athletes in the eleventh grade need recruiting information to guide them through the recruiting process. There are many myths and outright untruths that exist. As examples, many people still think that if a player is good enough, a big state football program will somehow, magically recruit him. And many others think that their high school coach will get their son recruited. These statements are not true.

In fact, unless your son is among the top 100 – 150 football players in the country, you and your son will have to be instrumental in marketing to the football coaches across the country. The recruiting process that we recommend for juniors in this book has been extremely successful in guiding high school eleventh grade athletes to obtaining college football scholarships.

Naturally, the book shows your son how to make the right initial contact to the coaches on his wish list. It shows him how to develop a first-rate recruiting profile, how to make highlight videos that will get watched by the coaches, and how to put up his own personal website. Instructions and samples for all are included in the book.

But that is just for starters. It actually gives him sample questions to ask the coaches when they start calling, and it teaches him to think like a college football coach. Once you know what the coaches are looking for, then it is much easier to mold your recruiting stats to meet their needs. Wouldn’t it be terrific to know what the ideal player looks like to the coaches according to their positions? And wouldn’t it be great to know what to expect from visits from the coaches?

If your son is determined to win a college football scholarship and you approve, this guide, written by college athletic scholarship recipients, will guide him through the recruiting steps he needs to take in the eleventh grade. It is a month-by-month guide that not only keeps him compliant with the NCAA rules, but it also shows him what he should be doing each month to be recruited to play football in college.

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