Monday, December 17, 2012

Girls Basketball Christmas Break Work Out

The Christmas Break Workout is designed to help girls stay in basketball condition while on break from practice and competition. The focus is to help maintain skills of agility, left and right-handed ball handling, and shooting.

The work out requires 2 basketballs and access to a basketball goal. It includes video demonstrations, a warm up and 8 drills.

This workout is great for beginner to advanced players.

The workout is in pdf format and will be emailed to you immediately after purchase.

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Sunday, December 16, 2012

What is Girls Basketball Recruiting Like at D3 and NAIA Level?

Coach Taylor from the NCSA Athletic Recruiting provides some great tips about NCAA DIII and NAIA schools.

Here are some of the tips from the video:

“Rules are not as Strict”

“Great opportunities Available”

“(DIII) No Athletics Aid”

“(NAIA) Has Scholarships”

“Advantages of Real Collegiate Atmosphere”

Watch full video at Girls Basketball Recruiting

Thursday, December 13, 2012

How High School Coaches can use Holiday Tournaments to get Players Exposure

The day after Thanksgiving, I drove up to Murfreesboro, TN to attend the Girl Powher Showcases Tennessee Turkey Jamm. I’ve attended this event every year since it started right here in my back yard at Central High School in Memphis, TN. I felt there was no need to stop now. I’m always impressed to see the talent level of the players and teams participating in this event.

I only wish more Memphis area teams were able to attend. During the two days, I was surrounded by every major high school girls basketball scout, evaluator, and media source that I know of Dan Olson of Girls Basketball Report, Bret McCormick of All Star Girls Report, Kenny Kalina and Bob Corwin of Girls Basketball Insider, Mark Lewis and Prentice Beverly of Blue Star Media, Leslie Toole of Mississippi Girls Basketball Report and Brandon Clay of Peach State Basketball.

Read the complete article at High School Girls Basketball Recruiting

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

What Kind of High School Players Do Womens College Basketball Coaches Recruit – Jim Foster, Ohio State

I was reading through the Eastbay Team Services catalog recently. On the front of the catalog is Ohio State’s basketball coaches, Thad Matta and Jim Foster.

Coach Foster is the womens basketball coach and for the 2012 season is in his 11th year there.

If you receive the team services catalog, you know that it functions as a catalog and a magazine with articles.

One of the questions both coaches answered is Traits that they look for in Student-Athlete Recruits.

This is Coach Foster’s response:

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How ABCs Scandal Television Series Relate to Your Girls Basketball Recruitment

I don’t watch many television shows but on Thursdays I am locked in on ABC’s Scandal.

I recently learned about the TV series from friends on Facebook. So I decided to check it out. Now I’m addicted. I love television dramas that keep me guessing and wondering what’s gonna happen next.

To make a long story short, Scandal is about Olivia Pope, a former communications director to the President of the United States, who left the White House to open her own prominent crisis management firm.  She has a team of individuals who are considered dysfunctional, yet they put their specialized skills together to get the job done.

Olivia’s accomplished staff include Harrison Wright, a slick litigator; Huck, hacker extraordinaire; and investigator Abby Whelan.

Let me break down how the show relates to your recruitment:

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