Here’s a question that you may have thought about already, or will soon think about.
Should I hire a recruiting service so I don’t have to worry about my son getting recruited, and let them do all the work for me?
Yes, there are some good recruiting services. But they are few and far between. There are many that will take your money and simply do the basics, things I’m going to teach you how to easily do, and which you can do a much better job than they can… since no one knows your son better than you.
The bottom line is this – with the right information and plan (which I’m going to give you), you are much more capable of getting your son recruited than a high priced recruiting service.
Still not convinced?
Although most recruiting services won’t guarantee that they can get your son recruited, they will tell you that your son will get a lot more exposure than you can get on your own.
I doubt it, and here’s why.
Recruiting services promise to send out letters to hundreds of schools, I’ve seen as high as 750. I challenge you to come up with a list of 750 schools your son wants to attend that fit both academically and for baseball. Quantity does NOT equal quality.
Not only that, but let’s put ourselves in the coaches shoes again. Imagine every day getting a stack of letters from recruiting services that all say the same thing about a bunch of players you’ve never heard of before. Do you think you have the time to these, any more than you have the time to watch all the videos. Of course not!
There are much more effective ways of getting a coaches attention.
Plus the cost of recruiting services can be anywhere from $750 to $5000…with no assurance your son will get recruited.
This is why we believe you can do a far better and more economical job yourself, because we’re about to give you all the facts about recruiting, and explain exactly what to do and when to do it.
We’ll actually provide you with a calendar, so you know when to do all the important things during the recruiting process!
Nothing has been left out. Remember this is coming from a former head college baseball coach who spent a decade recruiting, as well as two Dad’s who took great pride in getting their own son’s recruited into college!