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Promoting Your Talent

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July 21st, 2012

Being “good enough” is not always enough to get noticed at the high school level of football. If a player is one of the Top 100 high school players in the country, “they” will find him/her. But some great high school football players are never found because they don’t know how to market themselves.

Do some research on what College Coaches and Professional Scouts are looking for.

Who Should Do The Leg Work?

  • Mainly the student athlete should do the work to market himself.
  • Don't wait for scouts to knock down your door.
  • Don't assume your high school coach will market you. Parents should furnish support and advice, but remain in the background until you visit a campus.

College coaches look for mature players who take initiative, possess the self-confidence to speak with them directly, and show the desire to "do whatever it takes".

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