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This is the podcast for parents and athletes that explores every aspect of recruiting and athletic scholarships. It’s coaching you can apply to your family’s athletic scholarship pursuit. It’s primarily for parents, but student-athletes will benefit, too. The host, Recruit-Me CEO Jon Fugler, has been helping families since 2002 and is an expert in the athletic scholarship field.
 
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Episode 322 of The Athletic Scholarship Podcast is an introduction to 2 helpful recruiting worksheets. Listen in and find out how the Recruit-Me College Parameters Worksheet and the Recruit-Me School List Startup Worksheet. I named this The Perfect Worksheet to Find Your Perfect College, but I mainly did that to get your attention. You will not onl…
 
Welcome to The Athletic Scholarship Podcast, Episode 321. Interviews give great, hands-on information and this interview is from a recently graduated Division III football player. My nephew, Easton Hanks, attended, graduated and played football for Westminster College in Fulton, MO. He played for the Blue Jays for 3 years and 21 games as a Defensiv…
 
Welcome to The Athletic Scholarship Podcast. This episode is a review of the recruiting tips and advice that came from episodes 318 and 319, which were Part 1 and Part 2 of an interview with Coach Josh Reynolds. Coach Reynolds is the Scouting Director for Prep Baseball Report-Colorado. Coach Reynolds has coached college baseball at Evansville Unive…
 
Episode 319 of The Athletic Scholarship Podcast is Part 2 of 2 of An Interview with Coach Josh Reynolds, the Scouting Director for Prep Baseball Report Colorado. Last week's episode, Episode 318, was Part 1 of the interview with Coach Reynolds. Go back and hear about what PBR provides a participant, what a college baseball coach looks for at an eve…
 
This episode features an interview with Coach Josh Reynolds, Scouting Director for Prep Baseball Report(PBR) Colorado. Coach Reynolds spent 6 years as the pitching coach and recruiting coordinator for Northwestern University baseball. Last year he was the interm Head Coach for the Wildcats. Josh Reynolds played college baseball and pitched at Centr…
 
This episode, Episode 317 Track Your Comminications & 1-Page Updates is a continuation from episodes 315 & 316. After working through the 3 Recruiting Amigos, the Introductory Email, the Player Profile & the Recruiting Questionnaire, you need to have a system to journal all of you communications, both to and from college coaches. You will also need…
 
Episode 316 is a contiuation of Episode 315, which was The 3 Recruiting Amigos. In Episode 315, I covered the Introductory Email, the Player Profile and the Recruiting Questionnaire. This week I give you examples and more insight on the 3 Recruiting Amigos. The examples come from the Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarship System and from our family's …
 
Episode 315 introduces you to the 3 Amigos of Recruiting. The 3 amigos or friends of recruiting are: 1) the Introductory Email 2) the Player Profile 3) the Recruiting Questionnaire Listen in and learn about the importance of each one, how they work together to get college coaches' attention and how to build each for your recruiting journey. Click H…
 
Episode 314 gets you 7 tasks to help you get that athletic scholarship and opportunity to play your sport in college. Whether you are just starting your recruiting journey or have been involved and need a pick-me-up, then you will get a few, if not all 7 tasks, to do this Fall season. Here are a few of the tasks talked about in this episode: -Prepa…
 
Welcome to Episode 313 of The Athletic Scholarship Podcast. This week's episode takes a social media post by @coachkurzawski on Twitter. This was a post I can across and it has a lot of truth to it and good advice. As I read it, I started seeing many different angles to interpret the tweet. Here is the tweet from @coachkurzawski: Too many kids have…
 
Welcome to Episode 312 of The Athletic Scholarship Podcast. This is week's episode, Part 2 of An Interview with Aaron Womack, Jr, features an interview with a father of a recruited athlete, a former college athlete, a retired teacher, coach and school administrator, and a current motivational speaker and motivational coach, along with being an auth…
 
Welcome to Episode 311 of The Athletic Scholarship Podcast. The world's longest running athletic education podcast. This is week's episode features an interview with a father of a recruited athlete, a former college athlete, a retired teacher, coach and school administrator, and a current motivational speaker and motivational coach, along with bein…
 
Welcome to Episode 310 of The Athletic Scholarship Podcast. The world's longest running recruiting education podcast. Today's episode tells you 4 Things Not to Do in Recruiting. These 4 Don'ts will help you to positively impact your recruitment. This episode talks directly to the high school student-athlete, but family members will get beneficial a…
 
Welcome to Episode 309 of The Athletic Scholarship Podcast. The Athletic Scholarship Podcast is the world's longest running recruiting education podcast. Join me every Tuesday for 15 minutes that will change your athletic scholarship future. This week's episode takes my past business experience in our family owned Chevrolet dealership and related h…
 
Welcome to Episode 308 of The Athletic Scholarship Podcast. This episode challenges both the student-athlete and the parents to look at how Time, Ego or Money can affect your recruiting process. Which one do you think influences you and your journey the most? Listen and find out how Time, Ego or Money influenced my business career and how those ite…
 
Welcome to Episode 307 of The Athletic Scholarship Podcast. I learned many lessons in 30 years in the car business. My father owned a Chevrolet dealership in our small town of Ozark, MO. I started working there when I was 15 years old, washing cars, cleaning the service shop and mowing. I started to sell cars in the summers while I was attending, t…
 
Episode 306 is Part 2 of 2 of the interview with Mr. Chris Ford. Chris is the father of 3 recruited athletes. In this episode Chris and I talk about his youngest daughter, Abby, and her and the family's journey to her committment to play softball at Missouri State University. In episode 305 we covered Zach and Kara's recruitments as Zach played 4 y…
 
Welcome to Episode 305 of The Athletic Scholarship Podcast. This is Part 1 of a 2 part Interview with Chris Ford, the Father of 3 recruited athletes. Chris and his wife, Katie, are both High School educators and their 3 children played both baseball and softball in their high school careers. In this episode you hear about 2 of 3 kids and their recr…
 
Welcome to The Athletic Scholarship Podcast. This episode is a little longer than the normal 15 minutes. I take you through the journey my son and our family took to get to the baseball team at Northwestern University. Also, you get to see the ups and downs of the 4 years of college baseball. You will get infomation to help you to reduce the stress…
 
Welcome to The Athletic Scholarship Podcast, Episode 303, Recruit-Me vs Recruiting Services. Listen to find out how I purchased a package from a recruiting service, only to find out that my son and I could do everything ourselves. I didn't find Recruit-Me until after I spent $1500 on a recruiting service and I actually didn't find Recruit-Me until …
 
Episode 302 is More Recruiting Key Points & Discussion Points. This part 2 or a continuation of episode 301. In both of these episodes of The Athletic Scholarship Podcast is bring out these points from the Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarship System Manual. See the link below for Recruit-Me 3.0 System information. Get athletic recruiting tips about …
 
Welcome to Episisode 301 of The Athletic Scholarship Podcast. In this episode I give you Key Points and Discussion Points from the 7 Steps to an Athletic Scholarship that is taken from the Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarship System. Hear the 7 Steps and get helpful recruiting pieces of advice that will get you going on your recruiting journey. Chec…
 
300 is a big number! This episode, Episode 300, is a celebration of this big number and all the years of The Athletic Scholarship Podcast provide great recruiting education information to thousands of families through the years. Listen in to hear some clips of past milestone episodes and also get some clips of spot-on recruiting advice. Check out a…
 
Episode 299 is A Breakdown of an Interview with a College Basketball Player. Episodes 297 and 298 were part 1 and 2 of an interview with Southwest Baptist University basketball player, Quinn Nelson. This episode takes some of the main points of the interview and breaks down and expands on how Quinn's experience on the recruiting journey can help yo…
 
Episode 298 of The Athletic Scholarship Podcast is Part 2 of a 2 part interview with Quinn Nelson. Quinn is a college basketball player at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, MO. This episode has some great advice from Quinn about the recruiting process and what he did well during his journey and what he would have done differently. Quinn talk…
 
Welcome to Episode 297 of The Athletic Scholarship Podcast. This episode is part one of a two part interview with a college basketball player Quinn Nelson. In this episode, you will get Quinn's background before and during high school, Quinn's future, his recruitment to Southwest Baptist University and how his club program and practice routine affe…
 
Last week's episode, Episode 295, was It's Spring Time and it contained 4 items that high school student athletes can do this Spring to rev up their recruiting. The 4 items were turned toward the high school student-athlete, but parents need to know what's going on too. The items were #1 Take care of academics #2 Work on your sports skills #3 Commu…
 
Welcome to Episode 295 of The Athletic Scholarship Podcast, It's Spring Time! In this episode you get 4 items that are essential this Spring in your recruiting process. These 4 items, 1) Take Care of Academics 2) Work on Your Skills 3) Communicate with College Coaches 4) Get Help from a Parent or Mentor are a great way to finish off the last semest…
 
Episode 294 is Advice From Recruit-Me Families. This episode takes advice that student-athletes and parents have sent into Recruit-Me. These families have used the FREE Recruiting Power Pack, have listened to The Athletic Scholarship Podcast and have purchased and used the Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarship System. You will hear input and advice l…
 
Welcome to Episode 293 of The Athletic Scholarship Podcast. The Athletic Scholarship Podcast is the longest running athletic recruiting education podcast in the world. Thank you for taking 15 minutes to help change your athletic scholarship future. Please pass this episode and any past episodes to others you know that are starting or are in the rec…
 
Episode 292 is Part 2 of 2 and is the remainder of the interview with the Givens family. Emily and Drew are the parents of Grant Givens. Grant is a senior in high school, Class of 2022, and is committed to play basketball at Drury University in Springfield, MO. This episode covers how the Givens family negotiated camps, videos and research througho…
 
Episode 291 is Part 1 of 2 and is an interview with the Givens Family. Emily and Drew are the parents of Grant Givens. Grant is a senior in high school, Class of 2022, and is committed to play basketball at Drury University in Springfield, MO. This interview is really honest and laid back, but informational talk with 2 parents, both with some colle…
 
Myth #10 About Athletic Scholarships is the last of the 10 Myths that can be found in the Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarship System. Go to Recruit-me.com for more details on the Recruit-Me 3.0 System. Myth #10 is I already recieved a letter from a coach, so I'm being recruited. The truth is that coaches send out hundreds of letters to athletes the…
 
Episode 289 is Myth #9 About Athletic Scholarships. Myth #9, from the Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarship System, is Coaches resent being contacted by prospective athletes. The Truth is the contrary of that. -Coaches hope to hear from student-athletes -Coaches need to refill their rosters yearly -Coaches don't have the time or the budget to recruit…
 
Episode 287 is an interview with Jake Headrick. Coach Headrick had been a college basketball coach for 14 years and just got out of the college coaching game to spend more time with his family. Listen in to hear how Coach Headrick give your advice about being recruited in basketball and in any sport. His experience at the JUCO, NCAA Division II and…
 
Episode 287 of The Athletic Scholarship Podcast is Myth #8 About Athletic Scholarships. Myth #8 is Schools Only Give Scholarships for the Money Sports, like Football & Basketball. In this episode I cover what college sports give scholarships and I point you back to episode 216 & 217 to get more indepth college athletic scholarship information. I ta…
 
Episose 286 is a continuation of the series of the Myths About Athletice Scholarships. This series comes from the Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarships System. Myth #7 is I Have to be the Best Player on My Team to Get Any Athletic Financial Aid. The Truth is you don't have to be a "Blue Chip" prospect to get an opportunity to play your college sport…
 
Welcome to Episode 285: Myth #6 About Athletic Scholarships. Last week was mislabeled as Myth #6, but it was Myth #5. Most Athletic Scholarships are Full-Rides. Go back and catch Myth #1-Myth #5 About Athletic Scholarships. This week's Myth #6 is My High School Coach or Guidance Counselor Will Get Me a Scholarship. I will go into how the High Schoo…
 
Episode 284 put us right in the middle of the 10 Myths About Athletic Scholarships. These 10 Myths are found in the Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarship System manual. Click on the link at the bottom of this email for more information on the Recruit-Me 3.0 System. Today's myth is Myth #5: Most athletic scholarships are full-rides. The truth that is …
 
Episode 283 is Myth #4 About Athletic Scholarships from the Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarship System. You can get all the 10 Myths About Athletic Scholarships and more information about the Recruit-Me 3.0 System by going to Recruit-Me.com website. Take advantage of the 2022 New Year Special price of only $89 for the whole system. The normal price…
 
Episode 282 is about Myth #3 About Athletic Scholarships. Myth #3 is "I can trust everything the coaches say and promise during the recruiting process". Find out some real truths about this Myth #3. Find out about over-recruiting and "little white lies" that many college coaches do. Not all, well maybe all, do. College coaches court 5 to 10 recruit…
 
I'm excited to introduce the Recruit-Me families to a fun, new and exciting recruiting resource. QR Recruiter and QRrecruiter.com is owned and developed by Wayne Woolsey, a father of current high school student-athletes and a youth baseball coach in NW Arkansas. The original interview lasted for 1 hour and this episode is just 1 of the many episode…
 
Episode 280 is a continuation of a series that give you the 10 Myths About Athletic Scholarships. Last week's episode, Episode 279, was about Myth #1 About Athletic Scholarships, "If my child is good enough, the college coaches will find him or her". Go to Recruit-Me.com and click on the Podcast tab to listen to all the past The Athletic Scholarshi…
 
Episode 279 is the start of a series of the 10 Myths About Athletic Scholarships. Myth #1 About Athletic Scholarships is "If my child is good enough, the college coaches will find him or her." You can find the other 9 myths in the Step-by-Step Recruit-Me Manual of the Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarship System. You can get more information on the R…
 
Episode 278 is a great mix on advice from past Athletic Scholarship Podcast interviews over the last year and a half. I have been fortunate to have done interviews with college coaches, present and former college athletes and parents of current players and past college players. Listen to this episode to get advice from each unique experience. Some …
 
Episode 277 has a load of information about the NLI; National Letter of Intent. Many high school student-athletes and parents only know about the National Letter of Intent as the signing to commit to go to a college and play a sport. I go to the NCAA.org, the NAIA.org and NJCAA.org websites, plus the National-Letter.org website to give you the nuts…
 
Episode 276 is an interview with Paige Tonz, An Athletic Mindset Mentor. I interviewed Paige back on Episode 212 in August of 2020 and today we get to see Paige's newest helpful product, Game Ready Confidence, and an update on her other popular programs, like The Confident Athlete Program. Plus, Paige expands on her recruitment, as she travelled fr…
 
Episode 275 is a big announcement for my youngest son and our family. The name of the episode is "Well, That Just Happened". Sutton has verbally committed to Columbia College in Columbia, Missouri and will sign his National Letter of Intent on November 10th. This is the culmination of a recruiting journey that has ran through the COVID riddled high…
 
Episode 274 is Part 2 of an Interview with Randy Merryman. Randy is an owner of Marucci Midwest in Ozark, MO. Marucci Midwest is a youth baseball and travel baseball organization that trains players in both baseball and softball from ages 8 to age 18. He is also the Dad of a current college baseball player and the new Head Coach of Baptist Bible Co…
 
Episode 273 is Part 1 of a two part interview with Randy Merryman. Randy is the owner of Marucci Midwest Baseball Organization in Ozark, MO. Randy is also the Dad of a current college baseball player and he is re-starting the Baptist Bible College baseball program as the head coach. So these episodes will give you a great look into 3 different ways…
 
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