How was he able to do that? He spent two years visiting colleges and meeting their coaches. That's called- building relationships.
When it comes to being recruited and playing college sports, there are 8 common fallacies derailing well-intentioned athletes and parents. Here is-
Fallacy # 7- Playing on travel teams is your ticket to becoming a collegiate student-athlete. Invalid!
Why is it invalid? Because it's false. Your ticket to playing college sports runs through building relationships and planning for personal evaluations. It's that simple, yet that elusive.
Travel teams have become a huge business across America. And they no-doubt serve a purpose. But there's no correlation between playing travel sports and playing college sports...zero! There is an absolute correlation between building relationships with college coaches and playing college sports...bingo!
That's why our athletes make it their plan to meet and connect with coaches in a meaningful way beyond casual emails and camp invitations. It works!
Reference Chapter 16, page 113-
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