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The Recruiting Guide for the Current State of College Sports: COVID-19

The COVID-19 outbreak has changed the sports landscape as never before. 

As of Monday, March 16th, 2020.  All college organizations have suspended or canceled or postponed their remaining seasons, events, playoffs, etc. 
Athletes' seasons, practices, and training have stopped.   The panic of losing a sports year has come to many athletes.  You could be missing out on a senior season, a year of competition, a chance to play in front of a college coach. 
Below is a guide for unsigned athletes to succeed during this period. 
Let's start with each organizations update on COVID-19: 
NCAA:  The NCAA has canceled the completion of remaining sports for the remaining academic year across all divisions:
Winter Sports (nearing completion, if not completed) basketballbowlingfencinggymnasticshockeyrifle skiing swimmingindoor track and fieldwrestling Spring Sports:  baseballbeach volleyballgolflacrosserowingsoftballtennisoutdoor track & fieldmen's volleyballwomen's water poloNCAA Division…

How to use Twitter to Get Recruited

What do coaches, players, recruits, schools, teams, and clubs have in common?

They all have Twitter!!!
Ok maybe not everyone has a twitter... but it is a lot better chance that someone has twitter installed on their phone with notifications enabled than them sitting in front of a computer with a recruiting software open.
Join on a platform that allows you to connect and communicate with coaches.
Oh, and it is free!
How to get started:
1. Build a profile Have a good twitter handle (username):
Ideally your name, number, location, team Complete bio:
Include stats, grad year, team, position, GPA, location, height, weight, link to video/profile
Your sports photos:
Include quality images of you in your sport as up to date as possible.
2. Tweet Your video highlights:
Tweet your Youtube link, hudl link, or direct upload. Your stats:
Link your online profile, updated spreadsheet, link to official stats website. Your profile:
Link to an online profile, pdf download, hudl, other recruiting software. Your news stori…

You need to know the NCAA "Core Courses"

What are the core courses? 

NCAA schools require college-bound student-athletes to build a foundation of high school courses to prepare them for the academic expectations in college.
These required courses are called "core courses". You will need to have passed each core course in order to get the credit.
Each NCAA division will have different expectations of what each student needs in order to be eligible. Only courses in English, math (Algebra 1 or higher), natural or physical science, social science, foreign language, comparative religion or philosophy may be approved as NCAA core courses.
English courses English 1 (9)English 2 (10)English 3 (11)English 4 (12)American LiteratureCreative Writing Math Courses: Algebra 1 (10)Algebra 2 (11)Algebra 3 (12)GeometryStatistics Natural Science Courses: BiologyChemistryPhysics Social science courses: HistoryCivicsGovernment Additional courses: ReligionPhilosophyForeign language
It is important to know what courses you need to take in high school …