Can being a walk on lead to an athletic scholarship?

Are you considering “walking-on”?  If so, here are some tips to keep in mind.  First, verify with the coach that you are a preferred walk-on and not just another random freshman trying out for a team.  Preferred walk-ons have been communicating with the coach and generally have been promised a roster spot.  You should let the coach know that you will work to earn a future scholarship.  Get a good idea from the coaching staff when they believe a scholarship will happen?

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