How would you describe yourself to a college coach? Be honest. Are you a hard worker? Reliable? Do details matter to you? How about in the classroom? Would you consider yourself a good student? What would your teachers say about you? How about your coaches? Your teammates? Who are you? As a recruit, it matters
Catch Spokane presents, East Central Community Center Hosts… The Select Summer Basketball League. (Click for league site) Initially created for home for the summer college players so they can have a highly competitive league in which to play during July and August. In this league players are not only given teams that will be as
This is blowing us away at Catch Spokane! A kid who showed up half way through our first 3 on 3 league three years ago on a team spot on dubbed, “Secret Weapon”, came in dunking on people straight from Missoula Montana…. 😳. He decided to jump on board with us and help some local
Must read for any hopefully college player. College Recruiting: Levels, Scholarships, Academics
6′ 7″ Leon Sayers has the potential to be a force in the GSL. You would think he would be spending most of his time in the paint but instead he is a force on the wing. There was a time when that would be a mistake but not in 2016. Tall players that shoot
Game review coming…. Players on the watch list include Mandela Kalu and Maks Babich of Rogers. For Mount Spokane we are excited to see JT Smith and Kyle Draine. Suggest a game.
BOYS– Initial thoughts going into this game were, Newport is Northeast A, St Georges is B, but the Dragons have the tradition of being a top B school in the state. So, I expected what the first quarter brought, a 13- 8 lead and a more talented StG team. The Dragons began tough and active led by
North Central looks improved in 70-47 loss to GSL favorite Lewis and Clark Coming off a season with zero wins last year North Central opened the season against 5th ranked Lewis and Clark. Those not familiar with the hard work being put in at NC expected a blowout. If you look at the score you
Another reason that you may get by-passed by college coaches is the lack of community service. All things being equal, grades & game, then the one who has the right attitude and character, gets the roster spot and scholarship. Community service is how a college coach judges your character, because after all he really does not
I know I’m a great player. Why aren’t coaches walking into my high school to sign me senior year? Most colleges today are cutting recruiting budgets, adding recruiting questionnaires on their websites, and focusing more on showcases and tournaments. Most coaches do not have the resources to visit potential recruits at their high schools anymore.