Posted by Parent on January 09, 2017 at 11:30:50:
In Reply to: Re: Scholarship Offers or College Interests posted by Berecruited.com on January 09, 2017 at 07:42:47:
: : : : : : : Any other major scholarship offer announcements or college coach interests?
: : : : : : Hey Dad, just let us know where your daughter is going.
: : : : : :: Actually my daughter is in the 10th grade, so she still has a few years to go. Is is that bad to ask that question??
: : : : and it's good to hear what girls have accomplished over the years. Wouldn't you agree?
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: : : Moore Management has helped a lot of Student/Athletes since 1989 get Free Educations, but think they mostly been helping boys.
: : Check out berecruited.com. Lots of colleges contact if you have stats for senior player.
: Who has had success with this site?
: You can put whatever you want in for your stats - how are they checked? And are they believed?
: My daughter is going to high school next year and was wondering if this was worth it.
: Thanks in advance
Our daughter played three sports in high school and for the non basketball one she was contacted by more than 50 colleges based upon her true stats. The interest ranged from would she be interested in going to their college to could they fly her in for a visit. Interest came from New York to Hawaii all across the USA.
At that time about 5 years ago you could pay like $59 and her brief info would flash on home page every who knows when. We gladly paid the money. if you don't pay you can still be included and should get plenty of interest. She received scholarship offers of both athletic and academic (a B student). Her hardest decision was not which college to choose, because we found all but a very few up front and genuine coaches throughout the process, it was did she want to go away or stay near home for college. And some of the amounts were impressive in the $40,000 a year range.
What she and we felt bad about was her not being sure and coaches are simply trying to plan next year's incoming class of recruits. We trusted the coaches that said she would need to apply herself and could contribute and they focus on helping them about the journey and not about the hype. She actually felt bad telling coaches she decided to stay near home for college. That says the coaches were doing the right things and would have been a great experience. I would focus more first on what parts of the country she would go to and would she go away or stay near home before you start seeing the names of big colleges showing up in e-mails. The coaches are simply making the effort to do their job and you can sense from e-mails quickly how sincere they are in teaching the sport with a goal to improve your daughter's skills in sport and life and not just simply looking for a top competitor to help them win right away. Good luck. We highly recommend berecruited.com and when your daughter puts her story and stats be honest. There are colleges from NCAA Division 1, D2, D3, NAIA, NCCAA, and community colleges who are all the best choice for different people. It's not about how big the name of the college is, it's how much your daughter can improve her life skills and sport skills and enjoy making new friends and being part of a team and contributing on all of their life journeys.
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