College Basketball Recruiting
How to Get Recruited



Where can you find honest, factual and useful College Basketball recruiting information? You are looking for it on the internet right now if you're reading this page. That's good because we are going to dispel some myths and offer you some secrets and tips on how to get a College Basketball scholarship.

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If you rarely get off the bench it might be tough to play for North Carolina. It might be worthwhile to play for a smaller school like a Greensboro college instead of a bigger school.

You are a hard working young player and your dream is to play Major College Basketball in the United States. I would imagine that every player who has ever laced up a pair of sneakers for his or her High School or Club team has had this dream at some point of their lives. I know I did when I was in High School.

Your dream expands forward to maybe playing in the NBA one day. But we're getting ahead of ourselves. Let's just focus on one step at a time. I remember going to basketball camps in the States (I'm from Canada) in the summer. What a great experience. All the great competition, coaching, food, basketball 24-7. Some very good memories. I was pretty good too. I could compete and do well against the Americans. College Basketball recruiting was really not something I thought about. basketball player kneeling

I lived and breathed basketball in those days. My dream was to play Division 1 basketball. I did my best to work hard and improve to try to get noticed by the Major colleges. I was a First Team All-Star in my home Province and had won an All-star in most of the tournaments I played in. My team-mates were exceptional as were my coaches.

I sent my information to Fresno State because there was a coach that I met at Camp and he was an assistant at FSU. The bottom line was they were not interested in a 6'3" guy from Canada.

Eventually I settled for the next best thing which was to stay in Canada to play for Simon Fraser University but to play in the N.A.I.A. against mostly American competition. It was fantastic to play U.S. competition. We travelled to Alaska, Washington State, Idaho, Oregon, California, Hawaii and we even made a trip to Australia and New Zealand.

Basketball has been very good to me over the years but I wish I would have had more College Basketball Recruiting information back in 1983. There are some good sites out there now that offer very good information. One of them is run by my friend Amir and it is called Scout Me.

Scout Me is mainly a service for kids looking to get College Basketball Recruiting information for Canadian Universities but it is a great site with very useful tools and information.

I bet you didn't know that Steve Nash was not even highly recruited from his High School in Canada. He marketed himself furiously by sending out tons of letters and video tapes to prospective Colleges and Universities. His High School coach helped him a lot with this. basketball

Ask your coach if he (or she) can help you too. Even after all that work he still did not get tons of offers. The U.S, schools, I guess felt that a 6'3" kid from Canada can't be any good. Sound familiar?

Steve Nash had a dream and he believed in himself. He sold himself and that is what you have to do. He worked his butt off to continue to get better while in College. He didn't have all the College Basketball recruiting information that is available today on the internet. No chance. By the way, if you don't know his story, he finally go a scholarship from Santa Clara University. The rest as they say, is history. What a success story.

Sell yourself and believe in yourself! We're here to help. How do you sell yourself? One way is to put together a Great quality Video Hi-Lite presentation.

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The other thing you have to do is to narrow down your choice of schools. Even if you are a very good player you might not get noticed so be proactive and decide where you want to play. Be realistic though. If you rarely get off the bench it might be tough to play for North Carolina.

You can go take a look at the Rivals site.

If you are good enough you will make it into here automatically and you probably don't even need any College basketball Recruiting information.

Make it your goal to be scouted by the top Online recruiting agencies and you'll be sure to have a solid College, and maybe even Pro Basketball career.

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