Episode 284 put us right in the middle of the 10 Myths About Athletic Scholarships. These 10 Myths are found in the Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarship System manual. Click on the link at the bottom of this email for more information on the Recruit-Me 3.0 System.
Today's myth is Myth #5: Most athletic scholarships are full-rides. The truth that is found in the Recruit-Me 3.0 System is: Truth; It is just the opposite. Other than football and basketball, it is very rare for a student-athlete to be offered a full athletic scholarship at any school. Coaches have limited scholarships as regulated by the NCAA. They try to stretch their scholarship dollars, just as you try to stretch your education dollars. Your child will likely be offered room and board, tuition, or books, or some combination of these. Be prepared to pay some money at any school where you are offered a scholarship.
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Episode 283 is Myth #4 About Athletic Scholarships from the Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarship System. You can get all the 10 Myths About Athletic Scholarships and more information about the Recruit-Me 3.0 System by going to Recruit-Me.com website. Take advantage of the 2022 New Year Special price of only $89 for the whole system. The normal price is $127.
This episode covers Myth #4: I can wait until my Senior year to look for athletic scholarships. The truth about this is that the recruiting process can a year or more, so most high school student-athletes need to start their freshman and sophomore year of high school. There are items you need to start in the early years of high school, so that when the recruiting process speeds up your Junior year, then you are ready for the communications and interactions with college coaches. Listen in to get all the tips to get on the recruiting journey.
The end of this episode gives you a peak into The Athletic Scholarship 24 Month Planner and Journal book, written by Jon Fuglar. This 300+ page book gives you a way to record and organize your recruiting process. Learn about the pages that will help you keep track of each school you come into contact.