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Big time high school sportsDon’t get me wrong; it’s going to cost money to make things happen in the college recruiting process.

You do not have to be a millionaire to complete the mission and money makes no difference in college recruiting

If it did, then all the rich kids would have full athletic scholarships at a big-time school that plays on TV or ESPN.

For those parents who think they can buy their way in for their sons or daughters who have mediocre to average athletic talent, it’s not going to happen.

There are a lot of rich people out there who have sons or daughters that play high school sports.

These millionaires became successful because they were aggressive, intelligent and had a great business sense or a great business idea, but that same mindset does not apply to high school athletics and the college recruiting process.

You’ll have some parents who will actually hire a video production company to create a Hollywood-style athletic highlight DVD.

Once it’s completed the DVD is shipped by FedEx to one hundred or more college coaches. Random mailing of your DVD doesn’t always work for the average hard working parent and there’s no way it’s going to work for the millionaire parents.

You’ll have some parents who will go out and hire a very expensive personal trainer believing that this specialized, one on one training will make their child scholarship eligible.

At the end of a high school athletic career, it still comes down to a student athlete’s talent and how strong they are academically. That will ultimately get them placed in college, not money!

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