College Athletic Scholarships For Average Athletes

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A free 90+ page ebook that shows the average athlete, How to Get an Athletic Scholarship.

If you are not an “All American” or “Blue Chip” student athlete, but you still dream of playing college sports and you think you might need an athletic scholarship to pay or help pay for your college expenses, there’s a new must have resource guide that is now available free of charge @

It’s the new, How To Get An Athletic Scholarship, guide written by Lynn West, a heavily recruited high school athlete and NCAA Division I player. Lynn’s success in receiving a full-ride athletic scholarship from a NCAA Division I school was a direct result of using all the information outlined in this free guide.

The well written, 90+-page guide is literally jam-packed with tons of information on how to get an athletic scholarship. The mystique is removed and all the insider secrets about he world of college athletic recruiting are revealed. For example, exposure to college coaches is critical to receiving an athletic scholarship; yet, most colleges do not have the financial or human resources necessary to recruit extensively. Lynn’s unique guide shows any average or above average student-athlete how to attract and keep the attention of college coaches.

Approximately three hundred thousand athletic scholarships are available nationwide in all sports. Very often student-athletes don’t get recruited because they don’t know what to do to win the recruiting “game”.

The web site is designed to specifically give any student athlete a tremendous advantage in his/her pursuit of an athletic scholarship. The site is also home of “Take Charge”, a free and timely athletic recruiting newsletter and includes monthly training and gear contests. In addition to the free ebook, newsletter, and contests, it provides the latest information on resume, video, training, equipment, academic tips, and full service marketing resources for the student athlete. For more information please visit the website.


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