Recruiting: What To Look For In Parents And Athletes
Identifying traits in parents AND athletes are important in the collegiate recruiting process.
Learn About Your Recruit By Seeing Them In Their Own Environment
Northwestern Basketball coach Chris Collins gives a tip for coaches trying to evaluate character in recruits.
Recruiting: Observing Parents In The Stands
Chris Collins, Northwestern Head Basketball Coach, observes parents in the stands in recruiting players.
Katey Stone: Recruiting Character In High School Athletes
Identifying character is a difficult but necessary part of the recruiting process.
Katey Stone: Be Intentional About Team Culture
Creating a solid team culture is about more than talent, and coaches should seek out athletes with character.
Recruiting: How Coaches Consider Athletes' Character
Former Stanford gymnastics coach Larissa Fontaine on the role character played as she considered recruits.
Erin Chastain On Controllable Character Traits Necessary For Success
DePaul University Women's Soccer Coach lists the key character traits she looks for in recruits.
College Coaches Consider Parents When Selecting Recruits
Recruits' parents' attitudes matter, says Erin Chastain, DePaul University Women's Soccer Head Coach.
Tips For Recruits From High School To College Baseball
A former pro baseball player says high school athletes should go where they will get playing time.
Recruiting Tip: Take Control Of The Process, Don't Let It Control You
Noah Jackson suggests athletes take control of the recruiting process to identify the right fit for them.