It’s one step to send out some initial emails but it takes ongoing communication to generate interest and develop a relationship with the coach.
Based on NCAA rules, DI coaches can’t respond to your emails or speak to you until June 15th prior to your junior year. So it will mostly just be update emails that you will be sending up to that point to try and generate their interest.
If it’s after June 15th then hopefully you are currently in communication with some college coaches and receiving feedback on their part.
Whichever scenario, it is necessary to maintain some form of communication and updates as you move throughout this process. If you are being too unrealistic with your options then you may not be very productive in your efforts, so do keep that in mind.
If you are struggling with what to say in your updates and how often you should send them or you are unsure about your conversations with current coaches feel free to reach out and we can set up some options to help you!
Written by: Brandi Jackson, RecruitPKB College Consultant
For more information about college recruiting, please contact Brandi at firstname.lastname@example.org