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Tip #4 of 52: How to increase your chances of earning an Athletic Scholarship

Tip #4 of 52 make sure you are sound academically.

– You should have a target of a 3.0 GPA.  However being sound academically does not end there. 133 more words

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Tip #3 of 52: How to increase your chances of earning an Athletic Scholarship

Tip #3 of 52: Get your athletic profile, highlights and game film in front of as many college coaches as possible.

Playing on travel teams in front of college coaches in exposure tournaments and showcases, although are great outlets, doing that alone is just not enough. 199 more words

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Tip #2 of 52: How to Increase Your Chances of Earning an Athletic Scholarship

“You cannot sit around and wait for college coaches to find you.  There are so many athletes that college coaches simply cannot see everyone.  Contrary to popular belief lots of quality athletes fail to earn scholarships because they simply believe coaches will find them.” – Coach Ivory Young   18 more words

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Tip #1 of 52 on how to increase your chances of earning a college scholarship

“The number one tip I give athletes is to simply be good enough. If you put in work day in and day out on your skill level you should be good enough to play at some level of college athletics.  40 more words

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Tattoos, Beards, et cetera

Tattoos, Beards, et cetera

Individual or Conformist?

Are tattoos, beards, or piercings signs of being an individual or a member of the tribe, a conformist? There is no right or wrong here, just an observation and question about why so many sport obvious tattoos, beards, piercings, and the like. 400 more words

Dick Powell