Ignore The Noise About Recruiting Services
Say Yes To Woods Recruiting
Haters are going to hate. They are hating heavily on recruiting services to distract you and throw you off course because that’s what haters do.
Don’t listen to these haters when it comes to recruiting services.
You could go on social media websites right now and ask someone their unprofessional opinion about recruiting services and I bet you nine times out of ten they will tell you don’t waste your money, do your own recruiting or some other nonsense.
They most likely have never used one so how would they know?
The haters hate recruiting services and dislike their mere existence for a multitude of reasons.
They tried setting up their own recruiting service but failed.
Maybe they had a bad experience with a recruiting service and so they want to blame every recruiting service for their own failure.
They had a son or daughter who couldn’t cut it athletically and couldn’t make it to the next level and they’re angry, frustrated, and disappointed. They’d never rejoice in anyone’s recruiting success because there’s was a disaster.
Haters have zero involvement in a recruiting process.
They hate because they had no role, they hate to read about success stories, and they hate to talk about successes of other student-athletes.
That is the story of the haters.
Stupid reasons exist of hate towards recruiting services. It’s mind-boggling that someone would hate on a student-athlete just because they play for a certain team or whatever the case may be.
Remember, haters cannot look past themselves. They don’t understand the valuable asset recruiting services can be.
Recruiting services are not there to steal your money or to mess up your life. They are there to assist student-athletes, getting them the help and exposure they need.
The haters will twist the narrative making you believe that all recruiting services carry around scholarships in their back pockets and if you pay them thousands of dollars in fees they will hand deliver you a full athletic scholarship.
Where it gets twisted is, from the parents perspective, a recruiting service is going to get you an athletic scholarship and that is false. It’s absolutely not the scenario whatsoever.
Recruiting services are going to put you in position to get that scholarship by getting your son or daughter’s name into the hands of as many college coaches as possible.
It is up to the college program to give your son or daughter a scholarship, not the recruiting service.
If you continue to listen to haters they will drill into your mind this scenario confusing you, frustrating you, and distracting you from doing what is necessary.
Recruiting services have been in existence since the late 1970’s. They are growing in popularity and more inquisitive individuals want to become College Scouts setting up their own recruiting services.
In my opinion, I think it’s great that more individuals want to take that amazing step forward.
Based on the number of student-athletes that continue to slip through the cracks, recruiting services are needed and are a necessary component in the overall recruiting process.
Ignore the noise and the hatred about recruiting services. Remember, you only get one chance to go from high school athlete to college athlete and I think it’s critical to do everything in your power to achieve the goal of a college scholarship or a strong financial package.
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