Yes, College Recruiters Evaluate Players’ Mental Game

For college recruiters, players’ mental game is important. Recruiters learn about kids’ mental game skills–or deficiencies–by talking to high school coaches, watching game videos and watching both parents and players at games.

Keirsten Sires, CEO and founder of 2aDays–which provides college coach ratings and experiences from athletes–gives tips about how young athletes can demonstrate that they have a solid mental game. She also warns parents about how their behavior can undermine a young athlete’s ability to be recruited.

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