Athletes Can Find Scholarships Throughout the Country in These Competitive College Sports


You’ve got game. While every high school athlete is part of a team, it’s the individual achievement, physical talent, mental toughness, and coachability that college coaches and recruiters say are the factors that set future college athletes apart from their teammates. Keep playing your sport and improving. It may just help you take your game to the next level, on the court or the playing field, but also in life.

Here are four ways that getting a scholarship through Get On The Radar will help you to make the most of your moment:

Consider the numbers of athletes and opportunities out there:
  • Coaching will elevate your game. The coaches at the college level are students of the game and they seek to expand their understanding of the sport, and can impart their share of wisdom and nuance to their athletes.
  • Fitness and training regimens are dialed in. The training department even at small colleges is better than what’s available at most high schools. So while you will be able to avoid injury and reduce downtime, you’ll also learn how to take better care of your body and be ready for the season.
  • Understand strategy and how you fit into it. The mental game is a big part of success for the best athletes. Learning how to train your mind is no small part of raising your game, and understanding the whys behind moves help you play your position better.
  • You’re going to college. Yes, sports are a tremendous advantage, and will help you succeed. But competing on the college level academically as well as athletically will help prepare you for real life in ways that your high school experience just couldn’t do.


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