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College Volleyball Recruiting: A Quick Guide to Volleyball Recruiting for the Average Player's Parents [Kindle Edition]

Lucas Allen

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Let’s face it, the most elite high school volleyball players are going to be recruited by the most elite college volleyball programs almost from the time they touch first touch a volleyball. The big name programs like Penn State, USC, Hawaii, and a handful of others have big recruiting budgets and can scour the country for those amazing talents. This kind of girl seems like she could almost jump over a volleyball net.

However, that’s not the story for the average high school player hoping to land a spot in the college game. Did you know that NCAA Division I schools--the top division with the biggest recruiting budgets--make up only about 25% of all of the nearly 2000 college volleyball programs in the United States? The vast majority of college volleyball programs still have limited recruiting budgets, and they often need a little extra help identifying college volleyball prospects. You can dramatically improve your daughter’s chances of landing a spot on a college volleyball squad by taking a proactive approach to the recruiting process.

High school teacher and volleyball coach Lucas Allen has helped numerous high school volleyball players achieve their goal of playing college volleyball. In “College Volleyball Recruiting: A Quick Guide to Volleyball Recruiting for the Average Player’s Parents,” Allen focuses on the kind of proactive approach that will help the “average” high school player find the right college program to play in. In this case, average means the kind of volleyball player who excels at the high school level well enough to play at the NCAA Division II or III, NAIA, or NJCAA (community college) levels. In this case, average is still excellent.

In the book you will find information about the different levels of college volleyball and factors to consider when setting your college priorities. Allen also goes into detail about how to use volleyball camps not only as a recruiting opportunity but as an assessment tool to determine what level of school to target. There is also detailed information about what to include in a recruiting video and how to initiate contact with college coaches.

Here’s what some of Allen’s former high school players who played college volleyball have to say about how he assisted them with the recruiting process.

“Lucas Allen was an immense help to me when I was trying to get recruited to play college volleyball. Thanks to the video he made and his advice and promotion of me, I was in contact with many schools who may have overlooked me otherwise, and I got to play volleyball for a great school!”
--Amy, Illinois Wesleyan University

“Coach Allen helped me make my recruitment video, and I had several college volleyball program offers to choose from. Making the choice of which school to play for was definitely harder than making the video!”
--Hope, Missouri University of Science and Technology

“Despite it being my senior year, Lucas Allen helped me put together a video to find a school where I could continue to play volleyball. The video included performances of different drills and game footage. After the video was made he found schools that were still recruiting at my level of play and sent them out. Later, I received a two year scholarship to play volleyball.”
--Amber, Black Hawk East Community College

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  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00EDSPY38
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