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How to get Recruited for Softball

Tue Oct 31, 2017 -
Pitchers  Division I              Velocity:  60+, 63 + top ERA: 1.0 or Less   Division II Velocity: 58+ ERA: 1.5   Division III Velocity: 55+ ERA: 2.0   Catchers Division I Pop Time: <1.8 Home to 1B: <3.0   Division II Pop Time: <1.9 Home to 1B: <3.1   Division III Pop Time: <2.0 Home to 1B: <3.2 Middle Infields Division I Home to 1B: 2.8 Stolen Bases: 10+   Division II Home to 1B: 2.9 Stolen Bases: 10+   Division III Home to 1B: 3.1 Stolen Bases: 8+ Corner Infielders D

6 Things You Need to Know About Athletic Scholarships

Tue Oct 31, 2017 -
1. It’s competitive There are more than 7.3 million student-athletes. Fewer than 7% of the nation’s athletes will play at a college level, and just 2.04% will receive any athletic funding. 2. Scholarships aren’t available to every student-athlete They are available only for student-athletes who meet the NCAA or NAIA’s minimum standards for academic achievement, and in many cases, more rigid standards established by individual schools. The NCAA has a required 16 core courses for student-athletes wishing t

5 Hard Hitting Observations on the Realities of Recruiting

Tue Oct 31, 2017 -
In my many years working in sports and in recruiting, I have heard some great insights on recruiting that are not only informative, but sometimes shocking and eye-opening for recruits. Here are my top five that will show you what it takes to be a successful athlete and to be recruited. 1) Current Natchez Cathedral High coach Ron Rushing, a former high school baseball star, on how he thought he would be discovered by college coaches: “Out of High School,” Coach Rushing told me, “I threw out 21 of 22 baseru

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