3 COLLEGE BASKETBALL RECRUITING TIPS FOR PLAYERS & PARENTS

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3 Basketball Recruiting Tips to Help take Some of the Pressure Away

So your travel basketball season has come to an end. You’ve played in showcase event after showcase event, you have been to tons of basketball camps, such as elite camps, exposure camps and team camps. You’ve done everything you can think of to get noticed and get recruited, but are not getting the looks you want. Don’t panic, stay focused and get a good understanding of my 3 college basketball recruiting tips that will help you through the recruiting process.

For the lucky ones, the summer grind will lead to recruiting letters and calls, retweets, likes and texts. Coaches may start asking you for in-home meetings and official campus visits. The basketball recruiting process can be somewhat complicated, especially for parents that want their child to make the right decision. The recruiting process is even more overwhelming for the player who feels the heavy pressure of having to decide on the next 4 years of their lives. This can be a very stressful time, I definitely know from personal experience. Some questions to consider during the basketball recruiting process are the following.

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PLAYER OF THE MONTH: GRANT WEBER

Grant will be a 7th grader at Lake Norman Charter School this upcoming season. He played point guard for 6th grade north under coach Dorian Albritton in his first year with Pro Skills Basketball.