A-10 mid-majors beefing up with ESPN 150 prospects
Originally Published: October 8, 2007By 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.
To continue reading this article you must be an Insider
We see that you are not an ESPN Insider. Upgrade today and gain access to our exclusive coverage.
MORE MEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL HEADLINES
- NCAA president: Pay-for-play isn't coming
- NCAA may work with power 5 conferences
- No. 1 Arizona runs over New Mexico State
- Former Hoya Whittington intends to transfer