THE TRUTH ABOUT GETTING RECRUITED FOR COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL

Club and High School coaches don’t get players recruited –
PLAYERS GET THEMSELVES RECRUITED through hard work on the volleyball court, training at the highest level, visiting colleges by doing online research on volleyball programs and attending camps, filling out interest forms on the college websites, contacting college coaches directly, sending film and providing their club/high school coaches’ contact information for reference.

NC Coastal has college coaches, seasoned coaches and college athletes on our staff who know the recruiting process inside and out. Our staff has 2 active college coaches, 2 former college coaches, several who have coached USA Volleyball High Performance teams, one who is a High Performance Coach Instructor, another one who has coached 21 players that went on to play volleyball in college including two active players this season on the UNC Chapel Hill and Utah volleyball teams. And… our GMS club clinician and coach development advisor has contacts all over the country and internationally. Our staff’s network extends from local programs to colleges all over the country.

All of these coaches know the recruiting process, will be happy to advise our players and will put any NC Coastal player’s profile on our Field Level Recruiting Account.

What our coaches all know is that coaches don’t get you recruited – they can advise players on the process and act as references if a college coach calls, but ultimately college coaches want to engage in ATHLETE DRIVEN recruiting relationships.

Any club coach that tells you they can get you recruited is not being truthful and is misleading athletes about the process.

Click the links below for information on how to get your recruiting process started.

 

NC Coastal Guide to Start Your Recruiting Process

Initial-Eligibility-Recruiting Facts

NCAA GUIDE FOR THE STUDENT ATHLETE