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Athletic recruiting: Have we reached the lowest common denominator? ~ Ultimate Sports Insider

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Are Recruiting Services Trying To Eliminate High School Coaches? | Woods Recruiting

Are Recruiting Services Trying To Eliminate High School Coaches? | Woods Recruiting | athletic recruiting | Scoop.it
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Players Beware: Colleges and Scouts Watch Your Every Move on Social Media | Prospectwire.com

Players Beware: Colleges and Scouts Watch Your Every Move on Social Media | Prospectwire.com | athletic recruiting | Scoop.it
Scouting and Recruiting Development for High School Baseball Players. (Social media, digital citizenship, and college sports. Great read. http://t.co/Hb4y6AEmg8 Thanks @ryapeters for the link.

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Isaiah Patrick's curator insight, December 4, 2014 5:43 PM

I chose this because it was something that I heard about but didn’t know was absolutely true until after reading this. This is extremely valuable to me because in today’s day and age with social media everywhere you look, it is very important to monitor yourself. From this I learned that you can hurt your chances of getting a scholarship or even getting recruited in general just by one post that a coach or scout doesn’t like.

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AAU Basketball Corruption and Illegal Recruiting

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Think recruiting in college sports begins in high school? Think again. Middle school talent is now the concentration for recruiters at some top tier universities...

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The digital age of sports: Technology in recruiting, social media in athletics - Southernminn.com

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The digital age of sports: Technology in recruiting, social media in athletics Southernminn.com In Waseca, boys basketball coach Todd Dufault, also Waseca's activities coordinator, said he has not had to discuss social media issues with players on...

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Outside the Lines: Recruiting Ethics

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Coach + Player = Package Deal. It's nothing new in the world of college sports recruiting, but is it wrong? Outside the Lines investigates.

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Charles Edwards's curator insight, July 11, 2013 6:48 PM

Ethics is called into question often in college sports especially, when it comes to recruiting.  Would the players named in this article have attended Arkansas had they not hired the high school coach as their offensive coordinator? 

 

Maybe this is why ethics is such a hard concept to preach when it comes to young players.  They see their coaches embarking on a path that is questionable at best.  Maybe that is why Aaron Hernandez was able to get one over on the Patriots.

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Lamp Post: Club Sports, High School Sports battle for athletes - my.hsj.org

Lamp Post: Club Sports, High School Sports battle for athletes - my.hsj.org | athletic recruiting | Scoop.it
Lamp Post: Club Sports, High School Sports battle for athletesmy.hsj.org“In High School sports, you become more attached to your coach and your team because you know you will be with them for the next couple years whereas in club teams, coaches,...

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Sports offer more than competition. They offer irreplaceable ...

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High school sports offer far more than competition to the athletes. There was a time not so long ago when every athlete in a school played almost all the competitive sports the school offered. The athletes were not always great ...

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QR Code Program Offers Athletes Innovative Way to Get Recruited

QR Code Program Offers Athletes Innovative Way to Get Recruited | athletic recruiting | Scoop.it
A unique college recruiting program uses qr codes as the key launch mechanism for college coaches interested in recruiting high school athletes.

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Nevada School District Agrees to Address Lack of Athletic Opportunities for Girls

Nevada School District Agrees to Address Lack of Athletic Opportunities for Girls | athletic recruiting | Scoop.it

by JESSICA MASON PIEKLO, Senior Legal Analyst, RH Reality Check

 

Nevada's largest public school district has resolved a civil rights complaint that it was discriminating against girls by failing to provide equal opportunities in athletics. (Young female basketball player via Shutterstock)

 

In 2010 Clark County, Nevada, the largest public school district in the state, faced allegations that it was failing to provide the educational opportunities required by law for girls enrolled in its high schools. Now, thanks to an investigation by the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR), that should change.

 

The Clark County School District is among 12 public school districts across the country, including Chicago Public Schools and Houston Public Schools, to have a double-digit disparity between the percentage of girls who are students and girls who participate in sports. According to a 2010 complaint filed with the OCR by the National Women’s Law Center (NWLC), that disparity means girls in the state are not receiving equal opportunities to play sports, in violation of Title IX, which prohibits sex discrimination in federally funded schools.

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Girls high school sports participation grows statewide - Calaveras Enterprise

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Girls high school sports participation grows statewideCalaveras EnterpriseUp by 1.4 percent since the previous survey in 2011, an additional 4183 female student-athletes are competing in California high school athletic programs.

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Girl Athlete Loses Memory After Collision On Court - CBS2 Chicago

Girl Athlete Loses Memory After Collision On Court - CBS2 Chicago | athletic recruiting | Scoop.it
Girl Athlete Loses Memory After Collision On Court
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(CBS) — For those who think concussions only happen to kids that play contact sports like football or hockey, think again.
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Inside The Zone - Recruiting Update

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When it comes to recruiting there is no "off season" as plenty of local high school basketball and football players are on the radar of major college coaches.


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NCAA Basketball Recruiting Violations: Now, Tennessee :Basketball Elite

NCAA Basketball Recruiting Violations: Now, Tennessee :Basketball Elite | athletic recruiting | Scoop.it

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Brandon Wall's curator insight, October 19, 2014 10:46 AM

To win or not to win. That is the question every coach most grapple with.

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Getting started in college sports recruiting: basic advice for high school athletes.

Getting started in college sports recruiting: basic advice for high school athletes. | athletic recruiting | Scoop.it
Resources for college searches, sports scholarship information, college recruiting and general college financial aid.

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Dorian Stevens's comment, March 11, 2013 8:06 AM
3. If you're an athlete who has already received this attention already, now YOU are the recruiter. Going on visits, asking questions, and researching the schools that are interested in you will make your college choice a lot easier. A lot of athletes make the wrong decision come signing day, and that is because of the lack of research they did on the university.
Dorian Stevens's comment, March 11, 2013 8:11 AM
4. "There are about 126,000 students receiving approximately $1 billion of athletic scholarship financial aid to play college sports." 126,000 athletes is not a lot, to get yourself on this list you have to be proactive in your recruitment. There is only so much money to go around for everyone.
Jillian Siefert's curator insight, October 31, 2014 12:56 PM

Interesting topic about sports recruiting.

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NCAA officially backs off two new recruiting rules - CBS sports.com (blog)

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CBS sports.com (blog) NCAA officially backs off two new recruiting rules CBS sports.com (blog) A third rules change that would have "eliminated restrictions on modes and numerical limitations of recruiting contacts" -- allowing for unlimited texts,...

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Sports-related injuries requiring surgery on the rise among high school athletes

Sports-related injuries requiring surgery on the rise among high school athletes | athletic recruiting | Scoop.it
As the nearly 8 million U.S. high school students who participate in sports every year suit up this season, scientists are encouraging them to focus on something more valuable than winning – their health.

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Multi-talented high school athletes placing emphasis on one sport ...

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Western Pennsylvania's top news and sports source Other High School Sports RSS feed · Home · News · Investigative · Neighborhoods · State · Politics · U.S./World · Sports · Opinion/The Review · Business · A&E · Lifestyles ...

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Pros and Cons of Sports Competition at the High School Level - Public School Review

Pros and Cons of Sports Competition at the High School Level - Public School Review | athletic recruiting | Scoop.it
Learn about the benefits and dangers of competitive pressure on athletes at the high school level.

 


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College Teams Undermine Gender Equity

College Teams Undermine Gender Equity | athletic recruiting | Scoop.it

Ever since United States Congress passed the federal gender-equity law known as Title IX, universities have opened their gyms and athletic fields to millions of women who previously did not have chances to play. But as women have surged into a majority on campus in recent years, many institutions have resorted to subterfuge to make it look as if they are offering more spots to women. Each year, institutions must report their male and female participation numbers to the Department of Education. And even though the numbers would not be used in a formal investigation, many colleges manipulate them to avoid bringing about one. The embarrassment that comes with a public inquiry or a lawsuit can motivate them to do what it takes to stay under the radar. To produce an appearance of gender equity, colleges have given roster spots to unqualified players, counted male practice players as women and trimmed men’s rosters.


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Club Sports vs. School Sports | Jagnewsonline.com

Club Sports vs. School Sports | Jagnewsonline.com | athletic recruiting | Scoop.it
Club sports teams tend to have more positive results on the recruiting level than high school teams. Club athletics tend to have better technical training and passion. Only players who are very serious about the sport are going ...

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FAA looks into use of planes by MSU coaches for recruiting trips - Crain's Detroit Business

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FAA looks into use of planes by MSU coaches for recruiting trips Crain's Detroit Business LANSING — The state's practice of allowing its passenger planes be used by Michigan State University coaches and staff for athletic recruiting trips is the...
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Timeline of probe into UO recruting - The Register-Guard

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Timeline of probe into UO recruting
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College Football. Timeline of probe into UO recruting.
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