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Recruiting Tips
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Recruiting Tips
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7 Steps To Successfully Emailing College Coaches

Email is an extremely important tool during the college recruiting process. Thinking strategically about how to email soccer coaches can be the difference between a successful recruiting conversation and a lack of response. Here are 7 things to keep in mind when emailing college coaches. 1. Don’t make the email all about you If you want to stand out when you email coaches, don’t send a long list of your achievements, that is what your resume is for. Instead, tell the soccer coach about his/her school and program! Send a personalized email that makes it clear to the coach that you have researched the college and are familiar with both the team and the academic programs. read more

How Can I Improve My Chances of Being Seen by College Coaches at a Future 500 Soccer Camp?

If you are a high school soccer player with aspirations of playing at the college level, attending a Future 500 Soccer Camp is an excellent way to get noticed by college coaches. Not only do these camps offer top-level training and competition, but they also provide a platform for players to showcase their skills to college recruiters. So how can you improve your chances of being seen by college coaches at a Future 500 Soccer Camp? Here are some tips to help you get noticed: Prepare for the camp: Once you have chosen a Future 500 Soccer Camp location, it’s essential to prepare for it. read more

13 Questions to Ask A College Coach

Communicating with a college coach in person, over the phone or through email is a great opportunity to make a good impression, as well as to ask questions that will help determine whether the college is a good fit for you academically, athletically and socially. You can also use this opportunity to find out more about the steps you need to take to be recruited to play at the college. Before we get started – In order to get to the point where you are asking these questions to a college coach you usually have to stand out from the crowd and get identified by the college coach. read more