If you did not come away with a scholarship offer. While your hopes of obtaining a scholarship are still not over, it just means that there is still work to do.
Let’s talk more about about what happens after the July viewing period. For starters, parents are now looking at their bank accounts wondering if it was all worth it. Parents are partially correct. Participating in exposure events is a great tool in recruiting and it is encouraged. However, it is only a part of the recruiting process. As a student-athlete, the only problem is when college coaches have no idea who you are. The recruiting process is not easy to navigate.
What’s the next step? Who do I listen to? Who do I trust? Am I going get any calls or letters? These are just a few of the questions that will be asked in the next few weeks. You have to remember that the recruiting process is not something that happens overnight. That being said, if you are a 2017 that is not on anyone’s radar, your back is truly against the wall. You need a qualified professional to assist you immediately. If you are a 2018 or 2019, you should be taking your recruiting process seriously. You are wasting time if you have not started the recruiting process as of yet. All I can say is here come the 2020’s and they are hungry!
How are college coaches going to know who you are without someone to tell your story? The worst thing you can do is procrastinate.
The best decision that you could make is to let Woods Recruiting assist you with the recruiting process. Our goal is to get as many deserving student-athletes as possible recruited and placed in college.