Episode 235 is called 3 Ways to Dig Into Recruiting Research. The 3 ways covered are a deep dive into researching a team's or school's schedule, a team's roster and the team's coaches. I will tell you how to do the research and why these 3 research items are important in your recruiting quest.
I will walk you through a team's schedule and help you mine valuable information nuggets that will not only help you down the road, but help you now to build a list of schools to contact. A team's conference and non-conference foes on the schedule gives you both team travel information and more school information on schools you may have never considered. The travel opportunities were a part of Parker's decision to go to Northwestern University.
The team's roster is a great way to analyze how you might fit into a program's plans. See how the roster player's grade, size, stats and previous schools attended can paint a picture of your possible future at that school.
Getting information on the coaches will help you to formulate an introductory email that will get you attention from that school.
So learn how researching a team's schedule, roster and coaches' links can move you closer to the right college for you. Listen at the end of the podcast as I continue the Q&A section, Appendix C of the Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarship System.
Checkout the links below an listen to bonus audio from a Spfd, MO radio show that features Brent Hanks.
2nd Hour of the "Sports Reporters" with Ned Reynolds 1/27/21: ESPN Radio Jock 96.9-99.9-1060 AM Springfield, MO: Interview with Brian Reynolds, Head Coach of Drury U Swimming 47:20-32:34 and Recruiting and Baseball training discussion by Brent Hanks, Recruit-Me and Brandon Mozley, Marucci Midwest Baseball