University of Delaware Assistant Coach Trey Wilkes joins the podcast this week to discuss recruiting. We discuss the following topics;
1. How do you get noticed by college coaches?
2. Does getting noticed differ for players on the East Coast versus the Midwest, Southeast or West?
1. What about if you’re from a small place that no one knows about?
3. If so, what can players in non-traditional areas do to get on a coaches radar?
4. What non-athletic factors feature heavily in recruiting?
5. Is Walking On a thing at D-I lacrosse programs?
6. What’s the No. 1 thing a recruit can do to make themselves the most recruitable player possible?
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