Trying to figure out baseball college recruiting? Know your son wants to play at the college level but not really sure what the steps are to get there? Don’t know what to expect from recruiting services?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, please take the time to complete a short survey about your current situation. I’m teaming up with Darrell Coulter of STARTT Pitching to create a college baseball recruiting program for parents of middle schoolers and high schoolers. Right now we’re trying to determine the areas families are struggling with the recruiting process.
We would very much appreciate it if you could take a few minutes to complete our short survey about your knowledge and experience with college recruiting. Just click here to get started. And thanks so much!
College Baseball Recruiting Help Survey
The list of 50-50 colleges and universities is designed to provide students and their families with options for good schools where students are likely to be admitted. What makes a 50-50 school even better is when it provides generous financial aid. This can come in the form of scholarships and need-based grants. And quite a few 50-50 colleges do and are worth looking into. Continue reading
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Does College Size Matter?
Everyone knows that most students don’t pay the full sticker price for college. Now you can find out how much other students are actually paying by using TuitionFit for free. All you have to do is upload a copy of your financial aid award.
We’re going to be talking with Mark Salisbury, founder of TuitionFit.org, to ask him about his findings based on the financial aid season so far.
Parents of high school seniors and those who help them need to make the time to watch Wednesday’s Facebook Live to find out how they can benefit from participating in TuitionFit.
It will be on the DIYCollegeRankings Facebook Page, Wednesday March 20th, 7:30 pm CST. Get your questions ready and I’ll see you there.
I’ve already listed four of the nine things that you can do that will improve your chances of playing baseball at the college level in a previous post. These tips aren’t going to make a D2 player into a D1 player. They will give the D2 player a better chance at actually playing college baseball on a D2 team. These are the things you can do off the field that will set you apart from other players. It isn’t just about having the best skills; it’s about making it as easy as possible for coaches to know that you have the skills and choose you over another player. Continue reading
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Does College Size Matter? Continue reading
When people talk about college visits, it’s usually to give advice about questions to ask and places to visit while you’re on campus. There’s also the issue of how much importance to place on the official campus tour and student guide. No one stops to ask what “kind” of college visit is intended. Yes, there are different kind of visits. There are actually three different types of visits. Continue reading
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Does College Size Matter?
Here are nine things that you can do that will improve your chances of playing college baseball. These aren’t about improving specific baseball skills, although that may happen. It’s about giving you the edge over another player who has the exact same stats and ability ratings as you do. In other words, these suggestions aren’t going to make a D2 player into a D1 player. It is about making it as easy as possible for a college coach to recruit you from the hundreds of other players that he has to choose from. Continue reading