Listen in as Chris Hunt, National Director of Scouting at NLI Scouting, shares valuable information about the in's and out's of the recruiting process for high school student-athletes. College coaches, high school coaches, and others intimately involved in the recruiting process share their knowledge on the podcasts to help further inform athletes and parents.
NLI Scouting National Director of Scouting Chris Hunt talks with 2021 NLI Scouting prospect Sebastian Rigueiro. Sebastian talks about how emailing coaches has helped him get actively recruited. Listen in and learn how to implement this strategy into your recruiting efforts. You will be surprised with the results. Follow NLI Scouting on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and SUBSCRIBE to our You Tube channel as we continue to put out information which will help you in your recruiting process.
Florida Atlantic University Assistant Coach Greg Mamula talks about how the Corona Virus Pandemic is affecting the way college coaches are currently recruiting compared to how they normally recruit. Greg also talks about the role of parents in the recruiting process and how certain behavior can negatively affect a possible recruit's ability to be actively recruited.
This is a MUST LISTEN TO podcast packed with great information which will help every recruit in their journey to play at the collegiate level.
Mocs Infield/Hitting AC and Recruiting Coordinator Steven Crabtree talks hitting, the competitiveness of college baseball in Florida, and provides insightful information to prospects going through the recruiting process.
Butler University Baseball AC Matt Kennedy talks about the recruiting process with NLI Scouting's Chris Hunt. Get insight from a D1 coach. The information is very insightful and may help you in your recruiting process.
NLI Scouting Co-National Director of Scouting Chris Hunt speaks to founder of OTF Performance Coaching Brett Berryhill about their partnership and what off the field skills are honed from services provided by OTF to NLI Scouting prospects making them more complete as possible recruits.