It’s July, which means we are in the college basketball summer evaluation period. Coaches will travel throughout the country evaluating high school players at AAU tournaments, camps and summer leagues. As a college coach, just as you are looking for high school players that stand out as prospects for your program, the summer is also perhaps the best time of the year for you to stand out for your own professional development and advancement. In addition to evaluating players, head coaches use this time of the year to evaluate, directly or indirectly, potential coach prospects for their staffs. Also, the assistant coach you meet today, may be a head coach next April or May.
This episode provides actionable advice on how you can stand out on the summer recruiting trail.
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