Friday, October 10, 2008

Girls Basketball Recruiting Evaluation Tip

If you have been playing summer basketball, either with an AAU team, summer league or just in the neighborhood gym, what are you basketball plans once school starts? What are you doing now to make sure you are on the radar or still on the radar as far as college basketball recruiting? Do women's college basketball coaches know about you and your skills?

Did you know that college coaches come out and watch players play before the school season even starts? Did you know that college coaches are probably using this time to see what high school games and events they will attend during the regular season?

Those are a lot of questions that need to be answered. However here is a tip that can help you. Attend a fall NCAA-Certified evaluation event.

An NCAA-Certified event is a basketball tournament or camp that college coaches attend to see girls play basketball. The NCAA has to approve the event in order for it to be considered certified. The event is either team based or individual based. Team based is for teams to register and compete. Individual based is for players to come on there own and be evaluated through drills and placed on teams to compete.

In the fall, right before the regular school season begins NCAA-Certified events can be held during a specific weekend. And believe me college coaches will be there. These events are held all over so I'm sure one will be in your area, if not regionally.

If you are serious about making college coaches aware of you and your basketball abilities and skills, attend a fall NCAA-certified event.

By Patosha Jeffery

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