For the remainder of college coaches, about 35,000 of them, if they get fired, they will be bounced out of college coaching entirely. For those coaches, many other factors go into their job than winning, such as graduation rates, team GPA, proper conduct of their players, and more.
When it comes to being recruited and playing college sports, there are 8 common fallacies derailing well-intentioned athletes and parents. What's a fallacy? It's an error in reasoning that renders an argument logically invalid. Here is-
Fallacy # 6- Winning is the college coach's top priority and recruiting is their daily objective. Invalid!
Why is it invalid? Because it's false. Keeping their job is the coach's top priority. Taking care of the current team roster is the coach's daily objective.
College coaches love their jobs and they all like to win. But if their players get into trouble, don't make their grades, or misrepresent the college, then that can be grounds for getting fired much more so than wins and losses. That type of dismissal typically results in a quick jettison from the world of college coaching. They will not risk that. Therefore, they pay close attention to managing their program and coaching their players. They wake up everyday to check on their players, not to check on emails of prospects.
That's why our athletes make it a specific effort to gain the trust of college coaches for enhancing and facilitating the college recruiting process. You child should too.
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