Commentary

A-10 mid-majors beefing up with ESPN 150 prospects

Originally Published: October 8, 2007
By Antonio Williams | Scouts Inc.
In their recruiting efforts, mid-major college basketball programs have to rely on under-recruited, undiscovered players to stock their rosters. Coaches at mid-major programs have to possess the ability to project what an undervalued player could develop into as opposed to having instant stars and McDonald's All-Americans on their teams. These mid-major programs also have to become creative in their recruiting. For example, many mid-majors remain competitive by heavily recruiting international prospects that have a wealth of playing experience for their respective national teams.


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Antonio Williams

Basketball Recruiting
Antonio Williams is a recruiting coordinator for Scouts Inc. He previously worked as an NBA scout for Marty Blake Associates.