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There Are Many Lies Told In Recruiting

There Are Many Lies Told In Recruiting

There Are Many Lies Told In Recruiting 

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What is hidden in the dark will come out in the light. The truth about a student-athlete cannot be hidden forever.

Lies are being told, abilities are being fabricated, and stretching the truth is somewhat borderline criminal.

There are scholarship offers that don’t exist.

These offers are told to impress teammates and opponents.

Trying to slant the truth about recruiting in a favorable way to attract real offers from college coaches is a common lie told by student-athletes and parents who desperately seek scholarship opportunities.

How can you make yourself taller or faster? Is it possible to grow five Inches in three months or all of a sudden your 40 time is amazing! 

Bad-mouthing other student-athletes to gain a recruiting advantage is reckless.

Bashing another student-athlete makes you look bad so keep their names out of your mouth. Focus on your ability and your academics.

Telling lies will catch up with you eventually.

Stretching the truth and fabricating your abilities is a recipe for disaster. Student-athletes make up grade point averages to appear higher and stronger in the eyes of college coaches.

College coaches are not stupid. There is a thing called the NCAA Clearinghouse, eventually the truth will come out. The truth is a real indication on who you are and if you’re a liar, you’re screwed.

I totally understand the pressures every student-athlete faces in the recruiting process.

You’re trying to gain an edge, get the advantage and favorable responses from college coaches.

The scholarship is within reach or a strong financial package is available. 

Fabricating false claims about your athletic ability or your grades will ruin you in the end.

Nobody wants a liar associated with their athletic program. Don’t let that be you.

I would like to hear your thoughts on this topic. Please leave me a comment in the comment section below. Your comments are the oxygen that we need to grow. 


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