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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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Feb 9, 2021

If you know anything about the Real Estate business, then you know the most important thing is location, location, location.  Well, in the recruiting process location is important, but not the most important item.  It is many times not thought about as student-athletes and families look at and decide on a school.  The location of a college can positively or adversely affect a player's experience.  Being minutes from home, or 5 hours away or 15 hours away, are discussions a family needs to have throughout the recruiting process.  Relevant discussions and good discussions come from research.  

This episode, Episode 236, tells you about the many questions you need to consider about location.  Our family, Parker, Sutton, Lori and I, all have examples of why location helped to make our college decisions or are going to help make a decision, in Sutton's case.  Lori, my wife, attended the University of Kentucky, and she knew she wanted to be away from home, but close enough to drive back home, a 4 hour drive.  She also had family very close to campus to help when she needed to be off campus, but not go home.  In this episode you hear how I considered the location in my college decision and how Parker's plan changed during his recruitment and how, again, Sutton is making his parameters known and how he is applying them to his school list. 

Location will affect not only travel, but shopping, eating, entertainment and even down to laundry.  So let's get into location, location, location!

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Feb 2, 2021

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.

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1st Hour of the "Sports Reporters" with Ned Reynolds 1/27/21: ESPN Radio Jock 96.9-99.9-1060 AM Springfield, MO: Recruit-Me Interview starts at the 9:00 min mark

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

 

 

 

 

Jan 26, 2021

Episode 234: Recruiting Can Be Like a Car's Gas Gauge was inspired by a 2+ hour drive to Columbia, Missouri I got to make to watch Sutton, my youngest son, play a high school basketball game.  I've always noticed how the gas needle on the gas gauge seems to stick to the full mark on the dash, but then it drops quicker than you expect when it get to one-quarter of a tank.  This is a great simulation of the recruiting process.  Listen to this episode to walk, I mean drive, through the tank of gas and the student-athletes recruiting journey.  Plus, you get an idea of what the drive from Ozark, Missouri to Columbia, Missouri is like.  Exciting! : )

Thank you for listening to The Athletic Scholarship Podcast and I invite you to listen to past episode for great, FREE recruiting education information.  Subscribe on your favorite podcast app to automatically get the podcast every Tuesday.  The Athletic Scholarship Podcast is listened to by 150-160 student-athletes and parents  weekly.  My goal is to get it up to 200+ listeners per episode.  I would like ask you to share this podcast with any student-athlete or parents that are going through or that are going to go through the recruiting process soon.  

Jan 19, 2021

I hope you had a chance to listen to Part 1 of 2, episode 232, An Interview with Paul Putt. Paul is a parent of 4 student-athletes. Last week's episode gives you the family's background and where all 4 kids are in their athletics and schools. We get into some great advice as Paul tells about his 2 oldest daughter's recruiting journeys and lessons the family learned. It is great to hear from someone that has been through not just one recruitment, but two.

Part 2 of 2, episode 233, gets right into some great advice about making sure your student-athlete wants to play in college. Paul talks video, making a school list, how important it is for the student-athlete to be able to talk to coaches and the importance of academics. We get into the 3rd daughter's current recruitment and how club coaches are helping. The interview concludes as we discuss how being mentally and physically strong as you enter the freshman year of college is so important. Remember, if the student-athlete is going to a 4 year college, they will be competing against 21, 22 year old men and women.

I want to thank Paul for all the helpful information he has passed on in these two episodes, episode 232 and 233.

Please email me, brent@recruit-me.com, if you have any questions for me or Paul.

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Jan 12, 2021

Episode 232 brings you an interview with Paul Putt. Paul and Christy are parents of 4 student-athletes. Mikayla, the oldest daughter, played 2 years of D2 soccer and basketball and is now finishing college as a student in Colorado. Macey is currently playing volleyball at Arkansas State University in the Sun Belt Conference. Moriah is a high school junior and is in the recruiting process to basketball. Merek is their 6th grade son and is working on many sport right now.

Paul and Christy both played sports in college at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, MO. Christy played basketball and Paul played baseball. Paul is currently an Athletic Trainer and Strenghth Coach and is the Director of Fitness and Wellness at Hickory Hill Country Club in Springfield, MO.

You will walk through this family's recruiting adventures with the two oldest daughters in this episode, Part 1 of 2. We talk about reaching out to coaches, advice from a college coach, camp and video advice, how a lesson was learned from an email mistake, picking the right school and the hard conversation with your student-athlete about their commitment to playing a sport in college. This episode and next week's episode are great examples of how talking to families that have been through the recruitment process is so very valuable. Get some time stress saving tips from episode 232 and next week's episode 233.

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Jan 5, 2021

Episode 231 breaks us into 2021.  This episode, Polar Express Inspired Recruiting, is inspired by a Christmas break, COVID induced TV binge watching.  During the break our family had time to watch the movie, Polar Express.  There is a quote that made me think of recruiting.  Listen to this episode to find out the quote and how it impacts your recruiting journey.

Email me the quote from this episode, brent@recruit-me.com, and enter for a drawing for 1 of the 2 books written by Jon Fugler, the founder of Recruit-Me.  The books are The Athletic Scholarship Playbook and The Athletic Scholarship 24-Month Planner and Journal.  I will give away 2 of each of these books from a drawing of emails I receive.  The drawing will be January 13th.  

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Dec 29, 2020

I hope everyone had a Merry Christmas and you are ready for the New Year.  I also hope Recruit-Me and The Athletic Scholarship Podcast has helped you and your family in your recruiting journey.  I would like to ask a couple of favors for 2021.  One is, please share The Athletic Scholarship Podcast with another family or 2 that will start in the recruiting process or is in the recruiting process.  The second, is to reach out to me by email, brent@recruit-me.com, or by writing a review on your favorite podcast app.  This year-ending podcast, Episode 230, is a 2020 Review of all the podcasts I have done since becoming the owner and CEO of Recruit-Me.  So starting with Episode 203 on June 23rd and going through Episode 229 on December 22nd, I briefly list the main points of each of the episodes.  The goal of this 2020 Review is to give you a reference that can help you find a subject that will help you as you go through your recruiting journey.  Subjects like what to do each year of your high school years, tips during COVID, definitions of various recruiting terms and a listing of all the possible scholarship opportunities.  There are interviews with a current college athlete, a former college athlete, a mindset mentor, a D1 college golf coach and a parent of a D1 soccer player.  Thank you for listening this year.  If you have not signed up for the FREE Recruiting Power Pack, then go to Recruit-Me.com to sign up or take advantage of the 2 great books that Jon Fugler wrote, The Athletic Scholarship Playbook and The Athletic Scholarship 24-Month Planner and Journal.  You can find out more information on Recruit-Me.com/tools.  If you have not take advantage of the Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarship System and the special new CEO price of only $99, please click on Recruit-Me.com/system.  This offer ends 12/31/2020.  

Happy New Year!

Dec 22, 2020

Bringing in Jon Fugler for an interview makes for an information-packed and fast moving episode.  Episode 229, features Jon Fugler, the founder and former CEO of Recruit-Me.  I wanted to have Jon on to catch up and let you know some of Jon's inspiration for starting Recruit-Me, a recruiting education system.  he started Recruit-Me in 2012, after his twin sons played baseball for Air Force.   Listen in to see what Jon and his family have been doing since June and as he shares some of the basics of the recruiting process that worked for his family, thousands of families over the last 18 years and basics that will work for you today.  We hit topics like parental involvement, student-athlete involvement, the effects of COVID, the basics of contacting coaches, setting goals and game planning, and how making a college school list as a freshman and sophomore will lead to great results as a junior or senior.  Jon helps set the tone that Christmas break is a wonderful time to charge forward with your recruiting process.  Charge forward in 2021.  Take this 20 minutes to learn and re-charge yourselves for the upcoming new year.  Please listen and learn, plus share this episode and any of your favorite past episodes with a student-athlete or a family of a student-athlete that is in the recruiting process.  Next week will a year in review for 2020 and gives you a short refresher on each episode since June 2020.

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7:23- 7:54 Comments about Parental Involvement

10:13 - 10:44 Let Coaches Know Your Interested

12:20 - 12:39 Take the Initiative and Get Out of the Starting Blocks

18:35 - 19:01 Recruiting is Year Round

19:38 - 20:05 Firsthand Advice

 

 

Dec 15, 2020

The Christmas break is a great time cook up a college list.  It does not matter if you are a freshman or sophomore and are just getting started in the recruiting game or if you are a junior or senior needing to attention fast.  A college list is essential.  This episode, 228, is chalked full of great ingredients to help you "cook up" a great list.  This episode, A Recipe for Your College List; Ingredients Included, gives you the resources, I mean ingredients, to mix it all together.  So take 15 minutes to learn how you can use the holidays to get you going.  Also, you will hear Myth #8 of 10 about Athletic Scholarships.  Check out the links below for easy and free resources, oops, ingredients for you list.  Merry Christmas!

Recruit-Me.com

univsearch.com

unigo.com/colleges/by-state

collegedegree.com/allcolleges

collegecoachesonline.com

D1baseball.com

NCAA.org

NAIA.org

NJCAA.org

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Dec 8, 2020

Episode 227 covers 3 integrated topics that will take your recruitment to a higher level.  Visualization can propel, not only, your athletic performance, but also, your recruitment journey.  It may be easy to SEE how visualization can help you to play better, but how does it help in recruiting?  Well, that is where setting goals and planning comes into play.  Writing down goals, both long term and short term, helps you to chart out starting strategies and deadlines.  This 15 minutes is chalked full of stories and examples of visualization, goal setting and planning advice.  See how the Athletic Scholarship 24-Month Recruiting Planner and Journal written by Jon Fugler, can help super-charge your recruiting progress.

Recruit-Me.com/tools

Athletic Scholarship 24-Month Recruiting Planner and Journal

PaigeTonz.com

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Recruit-Me.com/system

 

 

Dec 1, 2020

In episodes 223 and 224, the interviews with Kevin Easley, a college athlete's father, we got some great information from a family that went through the recruiting process and is go through the recruiting process with their high school age son.  One of the many, many tidbits from the Easley interviews was that the family started looking up recruiting rules on NCAA.org.  Learning NCAA rules helped them to understand some recruiting lingo and helped them to understand why coaches did things certain ways.  From this advice this episode is going to cover Unofficial Visits.  Episode 226 will cover the rules for Unofficial Visits on travel, lodging, entertainment and the number of visits allowed.  You will also get a look into my own family's experiences on visits.  Don't forget about Myth #6 of Athletic Scholarships, that are found in the Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarships System.

NCAA.org

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NCAA Recruiting Calendars

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Nov 24, 2020

In episodes 223 and 224, the interviews with Kevin Easley, a college athlete's father, we got some great information from a family that went through the recruiting process and is go through the recruiting process with their high school age son.  One of the many, many tidbits from the Easley interviews was that the family started looking up recruiting rules on NCAA.org.  Learning NCAA rules helped them to understand some recruiting lingo and helped them to understand why coaches did things certain ways.  From this advice this episode is going to cover Official Visits.  Episode 225 will cover the rules for Official Visits on travel, lodging, entertainment and the number of visits allowed.  You will also get a look into my own family's experiences on visits.  Don't forget about Myth #5 of Athletic Scholarships, that are found in the Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarships System.

NCAA.org

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NCAA Recruiting Calendars

brent@recruit-me.com

Nov 17, 2020

Episode 224 is Part 2 of 2 from an interview with Kevin Easley. Kevin is the father of a D1 soccer player, a junior in high school that is in the recruiting process now and a up and coming 6th grader. Kevin's daughter, Jadyn, plays soccer for the University of Missouri. Part 1, episode 223, was a loaded episode, full of great advice and insight into Jadyn's early recruitment. It compares her recruitment between high school and club soccer. This episode, Part 2, reveals information about official and unofficial visits, what the Easley family did first to prepare for the recruitment process and what Kevin feels was the best tool that soccer players can use to help get recruited. He also found one of the most important questions a student-athlete should ask themselves before they make that school choice and her learned it from his 15 year old daughter. Also, Myth #5 of the 8 Myths about Athletic Scholarships is revealed. All 8 myths are found in the Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarship System found on Recruit-Me.com

Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarship System, Special Price $99

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Nov 10, 2020

Episode 223 is Part 1 of 2 parts from an interview with Kevin Easley.  Kevin is the father of a D1 soccer player, a junior in high school that is getting recruited for soccer or football and a up and comer that is in 6th grade.  Kevin's daughter, Jadyn, plays soccer for the University of Missouri.  In Part 1 we cover how and when Jadyn's recruitment started, some benefits of playing in college, some differences between high school and club recruiting, differences between boy's and girl's recruitment and how Jadyn handled contacts and recruiting.  Learn about soccer specifics in recruiting and some general recruiting advice.  Both episodes 223 and 224 are filled with helpful information.

Jadyn Easley, University of Missouri Soccer

 Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarship System

Nov 3, 2020

Episode 222 promotes the free Recruiting Power Pack offered by Recruit-Me on Recruit-Me.com.  Not only does it shamefully promote it, but it gives you some great tips on recruiting to get you started.  Really, you may not even need to sign up for the free Recruiting Power Pack, it has so much information.  But, you really should sign up for the free Recruiting Power Pack, because it is FREE, and the episode does not give you all the information in the free Recruiting Power Pack.  You will get details on the 4 First Steps to an Athletic Scholarship.  Step #1 The Introductory Email

Step #2 Creating a Player Profile or Resume

Step #3 Complete Player Questionnaires Effectively

Step #4 Keeping Coaches Interested

No matter where you are in the recruiting process, you will get something out of this 13 minute episode.  

The Athletic Scholarship Podcast has its first sponsor, Cody Hanks, with Southwest Missouri Realty.  Contact Cody at 417-860-9160 or codyhanks@swmrealty.com.

Also, catch Myth #2 of 8 About Athletic Scholarships

Oct 27, 2020

This episode, 221, You Can "Manage" Your Way Through College, reflects on my college experience as a student-manager for the Southwest Missouri State Bears Men's Basketball team, now Missouri State.  I reference episode 219 and go into more detail of the different, but perfect way I got to experience college athletics.  I want to give high school student-athletes an alternative to playing their sport.  Hopefully, through Recruit-Me, a college playing position is possible, but there could be a circumstance that directs you to another path.  If you want to stay around your sport and get the great experience of being on a team, then a student-manager is a great possibility.  Just like playing, a manager has to balance the team's schedule and his or her academics.  A manager get many perks.  Travel, food, gear, meeting people and inside access to the coaches and players are just a few. 

Cody Hanks 417-860-9160

codyhanks@swmrealty.com

Missouri State Bears

Oct 20, 2020

Episode 220 is an interview with Myles Mensah.  Myles is the host of the Student-Athlete Combo Podcast and he is recent college graduate from Hofstra University in New York.  Myles played baseball for 4 years at Hofstra.

Student-Athlete Combo is a podcast for aspiring student athletes, current student athletes, and parents to get insight on how to get the most out of their academic experience.  Student-athletes can have demanding schedules, but that doesn’t mean that you cannot score in the classroom also.  Myles and the Student-Athlete Combo will give advice, stories, and interviews with audiences to help them succeed before, during, and after your student-athlete experience.

Student-Athlete Combo Podcast & Website

Instagram @_sacombo

Facebook facebook.com/studentathletecombo

Twitter @_sacombo

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Oct 13, 2020

It's story time!  Listen to stories about the adventures high school and college sports can take you to.  Sometimes we wonder if all the fuss of sports is worth it.  This podcast has some "pick-me-up" stories to energize your journey.

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Oct 6, 2020

Recruiting has its own jargon.  Just like each sport has language that means specific things in that sport’s context, recruiting has its own language.  This episode, 218, of The Athletic Scholarship Podcast is packed full of recruiting definitions to help you understand the recruiting process.  Also, this episode covers some of the current recruiting updates caused by the COVID situation.  Listen and learn so you won’t be confused by recruiting specific terms.  

NCAA.org

NAIA.org

NJCAA.org

Nationalletter.org

Sep 29, 2020

Last episode, episode 216, gave you a pill that can be hard to swallow and this episode, 217, continues treating the symptoms of how hard it is to get a full scholarship.  Let’s cover all the offerings of NCAA Division III, the NAIA and the JUCO ranks.  This episode shows you that there are many, many alternatives other than NCAA DI.  See how D3, NAIA and JUCOs have affected my family.

NCAA.org                                                NCAA Division I

NCAA Division II                                      NCAA Division III

NCAA Search for a School                      NCAA Conference List with Websites

NCAA Sports Directory

NAIA.org                                                  NAIA Schools Map

NJCAA.org                                               NJCAA Sports and Schools(click on Sports Tab)

College Athletic Scholarship Limits List by Scholarshipstats.com

Westiminster College Athletics Fulton, MO

Evangel University Athletics Springfield, MO

Crowder College Athletics Neosho, MO

Sep 22, 2020

One of the hardest pills to swallow in the recruiting journey is that you may not get a Full Ride scholarship to play your sport.  The pill may not be because you are not a great player, but it may be because of all the rules and regulations by the college athletics governing bodies, the conferences or the schools themselves.  This episode is Part 1 of 2 that discusses how many athletic Full Ride scholarships are even available and what alternatives you have to get a scholarship.  Hear how the NCAA, the NAIA and NJCAA impact your quest to play your sport and how the different levels within each one will influence your decision.  If you will wade through a bunch of information with me, your picture of your future will be made a little easier.  

This episode covers NCAA Division I and Division II options and then next week will cover NCAA III, NAIA and JUCO options.  So let’s dive in and learn about scholarship definition and numbers. 

NCAA.org                                                NCAA Division I

NCAA Division II                                      NCAA Division III

NCAA Search for a School                      NCAA Conference List with Websites

NCAA Sports Directory

NAIA.org                                                  NAIA Schools Map

NJCAA.org                                               NJCAA Sports and Schools(click on Sports Tab)

College Athletic Scholarship Limits List by Scholarshipstats.com

Sep 15, 2020

What do you do when you can’t get a 4.0 GPA, 33 ACT score, All-Conference and Conference Pitcher of the Year, 8-0 record, .86 ERA, Left-Handed pitcher recruited? 

Listen to this episode to get a picture of how hard it is to get recruited and hard you have to work to get it done.  I tell some of my son’s story, Parker, on his journey to Northwestern University.  Parker and our family had many ups and a few downs in the recruiting process and I wanted to share some of the experience to help make your experience better. 

Emails, a want list for colleges, an actual list of colleges, a recruiting questionnaire are subjects I talk about on this episode.  There will still be ups and downs in your journey, but hopefully you can expect them and deal with them.  Listen to see how planning and working hard can result in a scholarship at a school that fits you. 

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Sep 8, 2020

Listen to a great interview with Neal Stafford, the Head Coach of the Missouri State University Bears Men’s Golf Team.  Missouri State is located in Springfield, Missouri and happens to be where I graduated from in 1989.  The Bears are a Division 1 golf program and a member of the Missouri Valley Conference.

Coach Stafford, going into his 15th year as the MSU Head Coach, takes some time out of his day of watching his 2 children and then golf practice, to answer some important recruiting questions that will help golf student-athletes and all other sports understand both golf and general recruiting information.  

Tune in to listen to what a golf coach looks for in a recruit.  Hear what it takes, both skill-wise and academically, to play at the college level.  You will find out how competitive it is on the course and at practice and you will never guess how many prospect emails he gets for each recruiting class and when they start!

Neal Stafford, Missouri State Bears Head Golf Coach

Missouri State Bears Golf Team

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Sep 1, 2020

Episode 213 covers three subjects concerning what student-athletes can do as they go back to school.  Some will get to play sports this fall and some won't.  So, let's take advantage of both situations!

By embracing both hands that are dealt, the student-athlete can concentrate on three areas:

  1. Contacting college coaches
  2. Video
  3. Academics

Learning how to take charge in these areas will get you ahead of the pack while others are waiting for coaches to come to them.

Ncaa.org

NAIA.org

Njcaa.org

Ncsasports.org

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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

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