Conley's recruiting keys: Ask the right questions
Originally Published: December 13, 2007By Bill Conley | Scouts Inc.
A good recruiter should have specific questions to ask a recruit. Time is of the essence in recruiting, and you must find out as early as possible if you have a legitimate opportunity to land the athlete. Each player and each story is different but the bottom line is if you ask the right questions and are a good listener, you can find out crucial information that may give you a fighting chance to win that particular recruiting battle.
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