I received a letter from a coach, am I being recruited?

There is a difference between receiving mail from a college and when an athlete is actually being recruited.

A letter means a school knows who you are. In many cases, the school is responding to something you sent or has got your name from a list. Tip!  Always respond even if you don’t plan on going to that college.  You never know what school may offer a scholarship.

Do not ignore mail since it is an initial stage like email or texting.  Recruitment occurs when you and coach talk, build a relationship, meet personally, and schedule a visit.

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