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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 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

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