Episode 247 is an interview I did for a podcast call Burger Bites. Rance Burger is the editor for my local newspaper, the Christian County Headliner News, and is the director of communications for the Grip-N-Rip Baseball League. The Grip-N-Rip Baseball League is one of the premier wood bat leagues for players ages 21 and older. Rance does play-by-play, helps promote the league and also help to maximize the experience for fans and players. His Burger Bites Podcast helps promote the GRBL and can be found at anchor.fm/GRBL or by searching "Burger Bites" wherever you get your favorite podcasts.
Rance allows me to explain what Recruit-Me is and does and what resources Recruit-Me provides to help in the college athletic recruiting process. This episode helps you to get a good feel for how the Athletic Scholarship Podcast and Recruit-Me.com can help a student-athlete and their family to navigate the recruiting road and do it by saving both time and money.
I want to thank Rance for the interview opportunity and invite you to listen to his podcast and go to the grip-n-ripbaseball.com website to check out the 6 teams that will play this August at the 5,000 seat US Ballpark in Ozark, MO.
Episode 246 quickly runs through what you need to do now to get a college coach's attention at the end of your Junior or Senior year of High School. After the COVID delays or cancelling of sports season in both high school and college there is going to be a rush as this high school season ends and the summer off-seasons begin. College coaches may soon get to come to tournaments and showcases and hold ID camps that they could not do last summer. If you are a junior or senior in high school right now, you must take action now!
Here are actions to take:
Get the details in this episode. Also, hear Advice from Recruit-Me Parents, taken from the the Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarship System. You can get the Recruit-Me 3.0 for only $99, the End of School Special price. Go to Recruit-Me.com/system
Episode 245 in Part 2 of an Interview with Cameron Wright. Last week's episode, Epi 244, introduced Cameron. Cameron gives us a Track and Field prospective from a former All-American and Olympic High Jumper and a former college T & F coach. Please go back and listen to episode 244 as we discussed T & F team sizes, the number of T & F scholarships that are available, how JUCO & International students are involved on T & F teams. We also get from Cameron what high school students need to do to get college coaches' attention and that the High School State Championships are important events for recruiting.
Cameron and I pick up on this episode about how academics and character are important to college coaches. We also go into T & F camps, how bravery is need to get on a coaches radar and how hard work and a positive attitude will take you far.
This episode in almost 20 minutes and gives great insight into T & F for both boys and girls looking to compete in their favorite event or events in college. Also, hear two pieces of advice from Recruit-Me families as they use the Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarship System. You can take advantage of the End of School Special and get the Recruit-Me 3.0 for only $99, good through May 31st, 2021. Go to Recruit-Me.com/system to learn more about the system and to purchase and gain access.
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Episode 244 of the The Athletic Scholarship Podcast is Part 1 of 2 of an interview with Cameron Wright. Cameron and his family moved to Ozark, MO about 2 years ago and I have got to know them through basketball, baseball and golf. Cameron's middle child is the same age as my youngest son and they both play high school baseball and basketball together. As I have got to know Cameron I found out he is from Southern Illinois and his family knows my in-laws that are from that area. Cameron attended Southern Illinois University and was a 5 time All-American high jumper and a 4 time Missouri Valley Conference high jump champion. Also, Cameron, qualified and participated in the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, GA.
In this episode we cover Cameron's athletic background, his family and his college, college coaching and Olympic career. Cameron covers the seasons of Track and Field, the events, the number of athletes on a team and the number of scholarships available. Our discussion covers Track and Field recruiting, what a high schooler needs to do and how important the high school state championship are in the sport. There is a large amount of recruiting done at the JUCO level and even at the International level in the sport.
We cover many more topics of recruiting. Listed below are other Athletic Scholarship Podcast episodes that will fill in some of the topics discussed in this episode, Episode 244.
As school ends and summer begins, do not forget to check out the End of School Special on the Recruit Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarship System. Go to Recruit-Me.com/system to get more information on the step-by-step system that will get you results quickly. The End of School Special is reduces from $127 to only $99.