How to Set Recruiting Boundaries for Your Athlete

set_boundaries_postIt’s important during the recruiting process to set boundaries for your young athlete. Some of the ways you can set boundaries include: limit the number of interviews your player does with the media (newspapers, websites, etc.), don’t give out his or her cell phone number, and ensure your player’s coach is being neutral.

As a parent, it’s ultimately up to you to protect your athlete and ensure the recruiting process goes smoothly.

Editor’s Note: Special thanks to Wayne Mazzoni for this recruiting tip. For more keys on how to maximize your player’s exposure, take a look at: The Athletic Recruiting and Scholarship Guide.

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