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This is the podcast for parents and athletes that explores every aspect of recruiting and athletic scholarships. It’s coaching you can apply to your family’s athletic scholarship pursuit. It’s primarily for parents, but student-athletes will benefit, too. The host, Recruit-Me CEO Jon Fugler, has been helping families since 2002 and is an expert in the athletic scholarship field.
 
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Episose 286 is a continuation of the series of the Myths About Athletice Scholarships. This series comes from the Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarships System. Myth #7 is I Have to be the Best Player on My Team to Get Any Athletic Financial Aid. The Truth is you don't have to be a "Blue Chip" prospect to get an opportunity to play your college sport…
 
Welcome to Episode 285: Myth #6 About Athletic Scholarships. Last week was mislabeled as Myth #6, but it was Myth #5. Most Athletic Scholarships are Full-Rides. Go back and catch Myth #1-Myth #5 About Athletic Scholarships. This week's Myth #6 is My High School Coach or Guidance Counselor Will Get Me a Scholarship. I will go into how the High Schoo…
 
Episode 284 put us right in the middle of the 10 Myths About Athletic Scholarships. These 10 Myths are found in the Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarship System manual. Click on the link at the bottom of this email for more information on the Recruit-Me 3.0 System. Today's myth is Myth #5: Most athletic scholarships are full-rides. The truth that is …
 
Episode 283 is Myth #4 About Athletic Scholarships from the Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarship System. You can get all the 10 Myths About Athletic Scholarships and more information about the Recruit-Me 3.0 System by going to Recruit-Me.com website. Take advantage of the 2022 New Year Special price of only $89 for the whole system. The normal price…
 
Episode 282 is about Myth #3 About Athletic Scholarships. Myth #3 is "I can trust everything the coaches say and promise during the recruiting process". Find out some real truths about this Myth #3. Find out about over-recruiting and "little white lies" that many college coaches do. Not all, well maybe all, do. College coaches court 5 to 10 recruit…
 
I'm excited to introduce the Recruit-Me families to a fun, new and exciting recruiting resource. QR Recruiter and QRrecruiter.com is owned and developed by Wayne Woolsey, a father of current high school student-athletes and a youth baseball coach in NW Arkansas. The original interview lasted for 1 hour and this episode is just 1 of the many episode…
 
Episode 280 is a continuation of a series that give you the 10 Myths About Athletic Scholarships. Last week's episode, Episode 279, was about Myth #1 About Athletic Scholarships, "If my child is good enough, the college coaches will find him or her". Go to Recruit-Me.com and click on the Podcast tab to listen to all the past The Athletic Scholarshi…
 
Episode 279 is the start of a series of the 10 Myths About Athletic Scholarships. Myth #1 About Athletic Scholarships is "If my child is good enough, the college coaches will find him or her." You can find the other 9 myths in the Step-by-Step Recruit-Me Manual of the Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarship System. You can get more information on the R…
 
Episode 278 is a great mix on advice from past Athletic Scholarship Podcast interviews over the last year and a half. I have been fortunate to have done interviews with college coaches, present and former college athletes and parents of current players and past college players. Listen to this episode to get advice from each unique experience. Some …
 
Episode 277 has a load of information about the NLI; National Letter of Intent. Many high school student-athletes and parents only know about the National Letter of Intent as the signing to commit to go to a college and play a sport. I go to the NCAA.org, the NAIA.org and NJCAA.org websites, plus the National-Letter.org website to give you the nuts…
 
Episode 276 is an interview with Paige Tonz, An Athletic Mindset Mentor. I interviewed Paige back on Episode 212 in August of 2020 and today we get to see Paige's newest helpful product, Game Ready Confidence, and an update on her other popular programs, like The Confident Athlete Program. Plus, Paige expands on her recruitment, as she travelled fr…
 
Episode 275 is a big announcement for my youngest son and our family. The name of the episode is "Well, That Just Happened". Sutton has verbally committed to Columbia College in Columbia, Missouri and will sign his National Letter of Intent on November 10th. This is the culmination of a recruiting journey that has ran through the COVID riddled high…
 
Episode 274 is Part 2 of an Interview with Randy Merryman. Randy is an owner of Marucci Midwest in Ozark, MO. Marucci Midwest is a youth baseball and travel baseball organization that trains players in both baseball and softball from ages 8 to age 18. He is also the Dad of a current college baseball player and the new Head Coach of Baptist Bible Co…
 
Episode 273 is Part 1 of a two part interview with Randy Merryman. Randy is the owner of Marucci Midwest Baseball Organization in Ozark, MO. Randy is also the Dad of a current college baseball player and he is re-starting the Baptist Bible College baseball program as the head coach. So these episodes will give you a great look into 3 different ways…
 
Raising 2 sons and going through the recruiting process twice, I found that even though my sons are really different, they had 3 very similar characteristics that I think many, many other 16 year old student-athletes may have. Now, none of this episodes information and conclusions come from any official studies or data, but are just my thoughts on …
 
In Episode 271 is a Peek into Sutton's Unofficial Visits I take your hand and you get to walk with us on campus tours and coaches visits as Sutton, my younger son, is currently on the verge of making a decision on his college, both academically and athletically. Our family has been on a recruiting journey since Sutton's sophomore summer. He has bat…
 
Last week's episode, epi 269, was about ROI, Return on Investment and I explained that is was rare to get a full ride athletic scholarship. Myth #5 of the Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarship System says there is a myth that Most athletic scholarships are full rides. So this episode, epi 270, prepares you for the many expenses of college like tuitio…
 
A 2016 Omaha World-Herald newspaper article called With Scholarship Limit, College Baseball Careers Come with a Cost inspired this episode, Episode 269: ROI, Return on Investment. In this episode of The Athletic Scholarship Podcast I wanted to warn you that there are very few full athletic scholarships and that if you are looking for a full, 100% r…
 
Episode 268 is named Hey, High School Student; Do you want to play in college? As I explain in this episode I was triggered to develop this episode as I watched a college football game and the announcer was saying that one of the starting quarterbacks was with his 3rd team and this was his 6th year of college football. The 1st thought I had was, Wo…
 
This episode is packed with information about NAIA and JUCO eligibility information that will help you prepare as a high school student-athlete as you get ready to go to a NAIA or Junior College. Listen to episode 266 to get NCAA Division I, Division II and Division III information, too. Use the handy links below in the show notes to shortcut to fi…
 
This episode is covering the NCAA Eligibility requirements and many definitions of the eligibility process. I will walk you through the NCAA.org website and cover what to during your high school freshman, sophomore, junior and senior years to setup and fulfill your high school academics to be eligible to enter college. This episode is coming in a l…
 
Episode 265 is an episode that talks about the recruiting process as we enter a new school year, Fall Season 2021. The season brings high school sports like football, volleyball, soccer, tennis, golf and cross country. Listen in to see what you should do if you are a freshman or a sophomore in high school. I then cover that if you are a junior and …
 
This episode explains how to use statistics to help get you recruited. You will hear from some college coaches on what is important to them when you send stats to them. They tell us what they are looking for. This version of the show notes is short, as I am getting this episode loaded late on Monday night. My wife had a neck surgery at the end of t…
 
Episode 263 discusses the how, the when and the where a High School Student Athlete gets Exposure to college coaches. Getting seen by college coaches is the most essential part of getting recruited, getting an offer and getting a scholarship. Listen and find out when getting exposure is the best time during your high school career, find out where t…
 
Episode 262 is the final episode in a 5 part series that gives you and inside look at my youngest son's, Sutton's, recruitment and the 6 steps that him and I navigated from the Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarship System. Today's episode covers the last 2 steps of the Recruit-Me 3.0 System. Step 5 is how to track your communications with colleges an…
 
This week's episode covers the Recruiting Questionnaire. Just about every sport, every college team has an online recruiting questionnaire to fill out. The Recruit-Me process suggests that the High School Student-Athlete create his or her own Personal Recruiting Questionnaire and send it to all the schools on their list. Remember, Step 1 was to Bui…
 
This week's episode covers the Player Profile. The Player Profile can be the 1 resource that can set you apart from 100s of other recruits. Go to Recruit-Me.com to download the Free Recruiting Power Pack and see the Player Profile. Check out the new Hot Summer Special on the Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarship System. Click below to get more inform…
 
Episode 259 is the 2nd of a series that will cover in detail what Sutton, my youngest son, and our family is going through currently in his college sports recruitment. Sutton wants to play baseball in college and get that experience along with his college education. Sutton is entering his senior year of high school and like 1000s of other student-a…
 
Episode 258 is the 1st of a series that will cover in detail what Sutton, my youngest son, and our family is going through currently in his college sports recruitment. Sutton wants to play baseball in college and get that experience along with his college education. Sutton is entering his senior year of high school and like 1000s of other student-a…
 
Filling out and registering on the appropriate NCAA, NAIA and NJCAA Eligibility Centers are often overlooked and not understood as a step of the recruiting process. Here in Episode 257 of the Athletic Scholarship Podcast, I provide you with links to find the Eligibility Centers and what to expect when you start to fill out all the information neede…
 
Episode 256 is an interview with a college student-athlete, my son, Parker Hanks. Parker is entering his senior year academically at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. I interviewed Parker a year ago on Episode 211. I invite you to click on the All Episodes link below and listen to that episode. Today, Parker and I talk about some of th…
 
Episode 255 brings up the issue of coaching changes and how they effect a student-athletes recruitment. The main reasons I wanted to bring this up is that coaching changes happen very often and I do not want you to be surprised when it does during your recruitment or after you are playing at that college. There are ways to handle a coaching change …
 
Thank you very much for a fabulous 1st year of my ownership of Recruit-Me and The Athletic Scholarship Podcast. This episode is a 1 year review of that 1st year. I briefly tell you about how I became the owner and CEO of Recruit-Me. Then throughout the remainder of Episode 254, I let you know of some of the free and inexpensive resources that Recru…
 
This episode, Episode 253, of the Athletic Scholarship Podcast is a hodgepodge of information about recruiting and about college life. The recruiting information is a reflection of what my family is doing right now with Sutton. Sutton is going to be a Senior, Class of 2022, at Ozark High School in Ozark, Missouri. because of COVID roadblocks over t…
 
Part 2 of 2 of An Interview with Coach Rand Chappell is packed with helpful recruiting tips and insights. Coach Chappell is the Head Basketball Coach at Johnson County Community College in Overland Park, KS. In Episode 251, Part 1 of this interview we cover the differences of the different levels of basketball play and recruiting, the COVID effect,…
 
I love doing interviews for The Athletic Scholarship Podcast. Not that I am really good at interviewing, but the guests give hands-on and very useful recruiting information to you. Episode 251 is an interview with the Head Coach of Johnson County Community College in Overland Park, KS. Coach Rand Chappell has coached for over 30 years at the Junior…
 
The Athletic Scholarship Podcast has hit a milestone. The 250th episode is quite an accomplishment. In this episode I will take this 15 minutes to honor and reflect on how the Athletic Scholarship Podcast started and give you a taste of some great information that Jon Fulger passed on in episodes 1-203. Jon Fulger is the founder of Recruit-Me and t…
 
Episode 249 includes 6 Psychological Challenges you might encounter in college. There are probably many other subjects I could speak to, but these 6 came to mind. These psychological challenges can effect both the college student-athlete and the family of the college player. They can actually have some effect on your decision on a college and the s…
 
Attributes. What are attributes? There are many ways to use the word, this episode, Episode 248, uses the Oxford Dictionary definition: a quality or feature regarded as a characteristic or inherent part of some or something. So you are going to use your attributes and achievements to brag on yourself to college coaches. This is an awkward part of t…
 
Episode 247 is an interview I did for a podcast call Burger Bites. Rance Burger is the editor for my local newspaper, the Christian County Headliner News, and is the director of communications for the Grip-N-Rip Baseball League. The Grip-N-Rip Baseball League is one of the premier wood bat leagues for players ages 21 and older. Rance does play-by-p…
 
Episode 246 quickly runs through what you need to do now to get a college coach's attention at the end of your Junior or Senior year of High School. After the COVID delays or cancelling of sports season in both high school and college there is going to be a rush as this high school season ends and the summer off-seasons begin. College coaches may s…
 
Episode 245 in Part 2 of an Interview with Cameron Wright. Last week's episode, Epi 244, introduced Cameron. Cameron gives us a Track and Field prospective from a former All-American and Olympic High Jumper and a former college T & F coach. Please go back and listen to episode 244 as we discussed T & F team sizes, the number of T & F scholarships t…
 
Episode 244 of the The Athletic Scholarship Podcast is Part 1 of 2 of an interview with Cameron Wright. Cameron and his family moved to Ozark, MO about 2 years ago and I have got to know them through basketball, baseball and golf. Cameron's middle child is the same age as my youngest son and they both play high school baseball and basketball togeth…
 
Episode 243 highlights the 6 Step-by-Step procedures of the athletic recruiting process in the Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarship System workbook. The workbook is 1 of the many resources that you get with Recruit-Me 3.0. The Recruit-Me 3.0 system has a downloadable manual and workbook, multiple videos and audio links to help with the recruiting pr…
 
Last week on Episode 241 I asked you and I talked about, Would you be ready if a college coach called you today? I hope you had a chance to listen to Epi 241. From that podcast it brought up the question of What would you ask when you talk with a coach? What specific questions should you ask? So, this week's topic covers many specific questions tha…
 
Will you be ready when a college coach calls? Episode 241 ask, If a college coach called you today, would you be ready? What would you do? As a parent or student-athlete, you do not want to do all the work to get contacted and then not to be prepared to actually act on the contact. So if you have made your list of schools, made you videos, been to …
 
I know you are really going to enjoy and gain a great amount of information from this Athletic Scholarship Podcast, Episode 240: Part 2; An Interview with Coach Barry Hinson. Barry Hinson is currently an analyst for the Oklahoma State University Men's Basketball team. Coach Hinson has coached basketball for 40 years, ranging from Junior High, High …
 
Doing an interview with Coach Barry Hinson is fun, inspiring and informational. Coach Hinson has been a high school and college basketball coach for 40 years. His resume runs from a high school in Tulsa, OK to becoming the head coach at Oral Roberts University, Missouri State University and Southern Illinois University and being on the basketball s…
 
Episode 238 is Part 2 of 2 to An Interview with Glenn Quick. Glenn is an Assistant Athletics Director and Academic and Career Counselor for Kansas University in Lawrence, Kansas. In Episode 237, Part 1 of the interview, Glenn gives us his background, what academic counselors do for an athletic program and how his professional life was changed as he…
 
This is Part 1 of an Interview with Glenn Quick. Glenn is the Assistant Athletics Directory and an Academic and Career Counselor at Kansas University in Lawrence, Kansas. In this episode we will find out what academic counselors do in general and how Glenn found his way into this area of athletic academic and career counseling. Hearing how, like ma…
 
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