Early Sophomores

Now that you have a full freshman season under your belt it’s time to start level-setting.

  • Are you involved with ASA?
  • Did you play varsity ball as a freshman?
  • Did you start on JV at a top HS program?
  • Did you start on an elite travel team over the summer?

If you answered yes to any of the questions above then you should already be getting recruited and receiving a lot of mail from college coaches. Some players will have already received offers late in their freshman year or in the fall of sophomore year. Elite college softball coaches are extremely aggressive in recruiting and offering top talent because they have to be. If they don’t their competition will certainly do so! Everything has been pushed forward due to increased competiion and you have to adjust accordingly. If offers are coming in already and that’s the situation you’re in, great! It’s time keep the momentum going and go ahead send an updated viewership-enabled skill video back out to coaches at elite college programs. If you’ve answered yes to any of the questions above and didn’t receive any letters from college coaches during your freshman year, you’re already being under-recruited! Your talent and hard work is being overlooked! Don’t procrastinate and fall further behind.

Expand the list of schools you send your profile and viewership-enabled skill video to: For example if you believe you are a high level D1 prospect and you didn’t receive mail from any Big 12/ACC/SEC/Pac-12 schools, you should send your video to those conference in addition to D1 schools in other conferences local to your area as well as as many D2, NAIA & D3 schools as possible. If you answered no to the questions above, there is no need for concern, but from a recruiting perspective don’t focus on the top programs right now, continue to work hard to develop your skills and get your profile and viewership-enabled skill video out to as many local programs as possible at all levels as well as all of the NAIA, D2 and D3 schools in the region.

When it comes to recruiting, Go Big or go home!

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