5 Tips for Communicating with Coaches
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One of the keys to successfully navigating the college recruiting process is good communication between you, your coaches, and college coaches.
Before you write an email or jump onto a phone call with a college coach, it’s best to develop a game plan with your coaches to keep everyone on the same page. Not only will this help you stay organized and relieve any stress, it will help you find more opportunities at the next level.
This article provides details for the following communication tips:
Research the school Research the coaching staff Be prepared with your own questions Proofread before you press send Know the recruiting calendar