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The Recruit-Me Athletic Scholarship Podcast with Brent Hanks

This is the podcast for parents and athletes that explores every aspect of recruiting and athletic scholarships. It’s coaching you can apply to your family’s athletic scholarship pursuit. Recruit-Me Owner & CEO Brent Hanks is your host. You'll hear practical insights that you can apply from Brent and other recruiting experts, college coaches, NCAA officials and college planners.
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Aug 25, 2020

What is an athlete mindset mentor? This episode gives you insight. Brent interviews Paige Tonz, who tells you how she helps girls handle the strains of playing sports along with the internal and external pressures.

Paige, a former starting catcher for Northwestern softball from 2011-2014, has a website with free resources. These include a blog, her Visualization Practice Package and her Confidence Booster Workshop.  She tells us about her advanced programs, The Confident Athlete and her Private Mentorships. 

Listen to Paige share how her playing background and people she met in college helped her start her confidence building programs.  She works specifically with young girls and women, but her insights work for all athletes young and old.

LINKS AND RESOURCES:

PaigeTonz.com

Follow Paige on Instagram and Facebook

Paige Tonz Blog

Aug 18, 2020

Episode 211 is an interview with Parker Hanks. He is attending Northwestern University, going into his junior year, and pitching for the Wildcats.  Because of the cancelling of the Spring 2020 baseball season, he gets an extra year of baseball eligibility.  Parker is a left-handed pitcher and in his freshman season at NU, he pitched in almost 40 innings.  He started in some of the mid-week games, relieved in some weekend games and finished the freshman season starting in conference games.  Parker pitched against the likes of BYU, Duke, Georgia Tech, Notre Dame, Purdue, Maryland, Illinois St, Nebraska and Rutgers.

Parker gives you his reflections on his Ozark High School career, his recruiting memories and his current college experience.  He gives his advice on what it takes to prepare for college sports.  Also, he tells you about what he likes best about his first 2 college years.  See what else Parker has to say about Northwestern and college sports.

Parker Hanks, Northwestern University

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Aug 11, 2020

It's Here! What do you do your Senior year of High School?

One of 2 things are happening your Senior year of high school.  Either you have committed to a college/team and you will start with your new team soon or you are still working hard to find a fit for you in your sport and academics.

The final episode, Part 4 of "The Basics of Each Year of High School; Senior Year, gives your family a list of "must-dos" for both of these scenarios.

If you have not listened to all of the first 3 episodes about the high school years, I encourage you to go back and catch episodes 207, 208 and 209 to get the complete picture of the student-athletes journey in their high school years.

Links and Resources:

http://www.ncaa.org/student-athletes/future/amateurism

FAFSA.ed.gov

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Recruiting Athletic Scholarship System-CEO Special price-Only $99

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ACT Testing

NCAA.org FAQ

Aug 4, 2020

The Junior year in High School is “Go Time” for college recruiting. 

It is time to take what you have done your freshman and sophomore years and get the results you are searching for. Most student-athlete’s Junior year is when things start going fast. 

In Part 3 of “The Basics of Each Year of High School,” Brent Hanks, Recruit-Me CEO, will give you actions you can take to get the scholarship offer from the school that fits you the best. 

Let’s take all that work you have done and get the looks and offers you want.  The junior year will get you more emails, text, phone calls and visits than any other year of high school. 

Links and Resources:

Recruiting Power Pack –FREE

Recruiting Athletic Scholarship System-CEO Special price-Only $99

Email brent@recruit-me.com with questions and comments

ACT Testing

NCAA.org FAQ

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