Designed specifically for parents, this guide teaches you strategies that give your child the best opportunity to become a college athlete. This easy-to-read guidebook contains valuable recruiting tips, detailed appendixes, sample letters and forms, and a Q a A section that can be used by athletes in all sports. Learn the secrets of recruiting. Written by Dan Spainhour who has more than 25 years of college and high school coaching experience. Spainhour recently returned to high school coaching after serving as the director of basketball operations for Florida State University. At Florida State, Spainhour was involved in all phases of the men's basketball office. He handled on-campus recruiting, recruiting mailings, fiscal matters, team travel, and academic development. As an athletic director as well as baseball and basketball coach, he has helped students earn numerous scholarships. His experience at both the high school and college level convinced him there was tremendous need for this guide.In addition to the information previously included in your package, attempt to get a reference letter from a coach who is aware of your childa#39;s ability. ... Preferably, the letter should be written by the head coach of your childa#39;s high school team.
|Title||:||How to Get Your Child an Athletic Scholarship|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2007-11|