I remember my recruitment experience vividly because it was one of the most exciting times in my life. It came up unexpectedly: going into my junior year of high school, I was not thinking about being a college athlete. I had just set down my bat and glove for the last time and picked up a lacrosse stick for the first time in my life only months ago.
I played on a summer team and traveled to recruiting tournaments across the country not with the initial intention of being seen, but because I wanted to get good enough to be noticed in the future. I loved this new sport and wished I had started playing sooner, but I was still getting my bearings with the rules, the strategy of the game, and in my mind, I could not imagine that a college coach would want an athlete who had played only one season of high school lacrosse on their team.
That’s where I, and a lot of high school athletes, am wrong. More here.
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