Today’s college baseball recruiting tip is one that you need to learn.
I know, the title sounds simple, but you wouldn’t believe how many players and coaches butcher this one.
Unfortunately, many parents pay big time money for something that should be done by the player.
I recently scoured the internet, researching college baseball recruiting.
I was amazed, actually chuckled a few times, with the information and advice I found.
So, I thought this subject would be a great place to start.
Today, we’re going to discuss a simple but very effective way to contact college baseball coaches.
Please don’t send in a resume or profile page that includes your stats, hobbies and Sr. picture!
It’s a waste of time. Coaches don’t have time to shuffle through this mess. Their mailboxes are flooded with junk like this on a daily basis. Keep it simple for both sides, you and the coach.
Here’s what you should do:
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Here’s what you should NOT do:
Remember, this is the initial contact. Keep it brief and make it easy for the coach, a college baseball coach only a short window of communication throughout his day.
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