Many college student-athletes enter their first year unprepared. That very first semester is going to challenge you as a high school student-athlete.
Traci Thirdgill, a former college and professional athlete, gives a short description of how you can set yourself apart.
There's no time like the present! You can practice in high school because good habits are key to success later in life, including in college.
Think about your own high school experience. Are you doing what needs to be done? Are you setting goals for yourself? Are you prioritizing? Do you know what you would like to become later in life?
If you need help with any of these questions, or any other issues during your recruiting journey, reach out to us at Find My Team. We are here to help!
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