When to Stop Looking for A Sports Scholarship

There are certain points in time where you may need to reconsider what you are doing. Re-evaluate your decision to look for sports scholarships in the US. It may be a case of you stopping altogether. Which is what we are touching on in this week’s episode. When should you stop looking for a sports scholarship…?

Now we will start at the very beginning and go ever further. Don’t worry about stopping, but don’t even bother starting:

  • if you aren’t going to hold yourself accountable,
  • don’t bother starting if you don’t want to sacrifice time,
  • don’t bother starting if you are prepared to learn about the system and how it works etc.
  • There are a few other reasons why you shouldn’t even start. Because it will just be a waste of your time. You have to be committed.

You do need to be committed. Which is why we only look at recruiting committed student athletes who understand the importance of their academics, who genuinely want the opportunity, or at least know that they want the option after finishing year 12.

If you aren’t committed, then we won’t join you onto our program very simple. Because when it comes time for you to do something, chances are you won’t do it. There are still things that you need to do in order for us to do our job. They are simple things. If you can’t do that then we won’t be able to help you.

It is safe to say you can stop looking for a sports scholarship if you are not eligible to compete in college. Now this is in the early stages of starting the process because you can determine your eligibility pretty quickly.

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