Recruiting Tips
& Blog

Recruiting Tips
& Blog

5 Tips For Choosing A Soccer Camp and Getting Recruited

Soccer ID Camps have become incredibly popular as they allow players to play in front of many college coaches at once. ID Camps allow players to make lasting connections with coaches that will assist in the journey to a college roster. With so many new camps out there it can be difficult evaluating which to spend your valuable time and money on. Read below to find out how to evaluate and compare camps. 1. How many coaches does the camp have? It comes down to simple math – the more coaches there are, the greater variety of coaches there are, the greater your odds of forming solid connections with coaches and being identified. read more

6 Steps To Emailing A College Soccer Coach

Email is going to be an important communication tool with college coaches 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 6 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 soccer coaches, don’t send a long list of your accolades and achievements, that is what your resume is for. Instead, tell the soccer coach about his or her school and program! Send a personalized email that makes it clear to the coach that you have researched the college and are familiar ... read more

Soccer Resume: 5 Tips To Help You Get To College

The successful navigation of the complex and sometimes stressful college soccer recruiting process requires a number of key resources allowing you to easily communicate your value to college coaches. In addition to a college recruiting highlight video, a comprehensive student-athlete college soccer resume will prove vital in illustrating to coaches your accomplishments, ability and likelihood of success in their program. This college soccer resume should be written and organized to communicate both your athletic ability and academic fit within a certain college program. This article will explain the 4 ... read more

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