WHEN AND HOW A COLLEGE COACH CAN TALK TO A PROSPECT

May 2022 by Mike Getman

WHEN AND HOW A COLLEGE COACH CAN TALK TO A PROSPECT Division 1 Division 2 Division 3/NAIA Phone June 15 before your Jr. Year June 15th before Jr. Year No Restriction Email/Text June 15 before your Jr. Year June 15th before Jr. Year No Restriction Off Campus August 1 before your Jr. Year June 15th…
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The Recruiting Timeline

May 2022 by Mike Getman

WHAT IS THE RECRUITING TIMELINE? Many players commit in their junior year of high school. However, we urge players to focus on doing their due diligence rather than worrying about what year in school they commit. Everyone’s recruiting process is different. Make the recruiting process a priority; focus on completing the above items, and everything…
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Common Recruiting Questions

April 2022 by Mike Getman

Here are the most common recruiting questions and their answers: 1. How do I make college coaches aware of me? How do I market myself? A) Become the best player you can be. What type of player you are is more important than how you market yourself. B) Don’t wait for coaches to contact you….
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Recruiting Rules – Stay up to Date

April 2022 by Mike Getman

There have been changes to the NCAA rules concerning contact between Coaches and potential recruits over the past few years. Here are the basic differences. Juniors and Seniors are allowed to contact coaches by email, text, Facebook, phone or almost any other format and coaches can reply or respond in any private format. They cannot…
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Make Your List

April 2022 by Mike Getman

Now that you know that you need to be thinking about college in your Sophomore and Junior year (if you read the last Issue of “Get Soccer”), here is a list of what your next steps should be. 1) Decide what schools you are interested in. You may have no idea yet or you may…
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Divisions / Differences

April 2022 by Mike Getman

I firmly believe there is a place in college soccer for anyone who wants it badly enough. There are over 1,000 college soccer programs. But the key is to find the right one for you. Luckily even if you are not the next Messi, there are all levels of soccer out there. Division I, II,…
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