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Recruiting Resources

College Coaches

Collegiate Coaches click here: Player Listing by Graduation Year where you can access PLAYER PROFILES for each athlete, including video.

Recruiting Information

Link to Florida Colleges:    

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Posted November 8, 2010

  • Cape Coast recruiting plan – Connie Denaburg recruiting director

1) Complete Player Profile –  by athlete & parents
2) Website as a recruiting tool
3) Skills video / Match video on CCVC website
4) Conduct recruiting information meetings
5) Parent,  Athlete and recruiting director contact college coaches.

  • Our recruiting program begins your freshman year in high school – the internet is the primary recruiting tool for college coaches.
  • Start sending letters or emails your freshman year. Colleges can send letters your freshman year.
  • You must make yourself known – only top recruits in the country will get contacted first.
  • Recruiting coordinator will contact college coaches on your behalf.
  • There are over 1700 colleges with athletic programs.  (85% are outside DI,) (DI-A, DII, DIII, NAIA, Jr.C)
  • Alternative college assistance (academic scholarships, merit grants, financial aid, bright futures)
  • Recruiting Services available for fees
  • 4 Things for YOU to do NOW!
1) Get evaluated by CCVC staff
2) Build a player profile – to be placed on CCVC website
3) Create a skills/game video
4) Contact schools you are interested in & follow up
  • 4 Things Cape Coast will do for you.

1) Player profile on our website
2) Skills / Game video on our website
3) Contact college coaches on your behalf
4) Conduct  recruiting meetings to help give you insight on the recruiting process

Things to remember: The student athlete and their family are ultimately responsible for the recruiting process of their child and getting a college scholarship. Cape Coast will evaluate and assist you in this process but Cape Coast wont “GET YOU” a scholarship. The athlete does that with grades and abilities and attitude. Cape Coast will help introduce you to college coaches and give you the exposure you need to help you in your quest for a college volleyball scholarship. 

 

Recruiting Services:

Be Recruited:     http://www.berecruited.com

Star Recruiting Service http://starrecruitingservice.com

Summary of the NCAA's Guide for the College Bound Athlete

Sophomore Year

  • You may receive general brochures for camps and questionnaires from a university.
  • You may make phone calls (e-mails) to the university’s coach or staff.
  • The university’s coach or staff may not contact you personally.
  • No off-campus contact allowed by the university’s coach or staff.
  • No ‘official’ visits to the college allowed. An official visit is any visit to a college paid for by the college.
  • Unlimited number of ‘unofficial’ visits paid for by the parents or player. The university can provided up to three tickets to a sporting event during these visits.

Junior Year

  • You are eligible to receive formal recruiting materials after September 1.
  • You may make phone calls to the university’s coach or staff.
  • The university’s coach or staff may make one phone call to you during the month of March of your junior year.
  • The university’s coach or staff may make a maximum of one phone call a week to you after July 1 of your junior year.
  • The university’s coach or staff may meet with you once at your school during April of your junior year.
  • The university’s coach or staff may meet with you at any venue starting July 1 of your junior year.
  • No official visits are allowed.
  • Unlimited number of unofficial visits paid for by the parents or player. The university can provided up to three tickets to a sporting event during these visits.
  • Register for the NCAA Clearinghouse at https://www.ncaaclearinghouse.net/NCAA/common/index.html

Senior Year

  • You are eligible to receive formal recruiting materials at any time.
  • You may make phone calls to the university’s coach or staff.
  • The university’s coach or staff may make one phone call to you per week.
  • The university’s coach or staff may meet with you at any place or time.
  • Official visits to a college are allowed beginning the date school opens.
  • Official visits are limited to five universities total per athlete.
  • Unlimited number of unofficial visits paid for by the parents or player. The university can provided up to three tickets to a sporting event during these visits.
  • The university may come to your high school competitions and evaluate your play a maximum of seven times your senior year.
  • The university may make personal contact with you a maximum of three times during your senior year

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