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YCBK 286: Gus Resendiz, Avoiding the potholes in athletic recruiting Part 2

In this week’s episode you will hear

Introduction : Mark shares 5 Higher Ed Updates that all have to do with college finances. Mark interviews Gus Resendiz of Massachusetts, “Avoiding the pot holes in athletic recruiting” Part 2 of 3

Preview Part 2

  • Gus talks about how prevalent injuries are and Mark shares a heart wrenching story about his daughter’s grueling injury
  • Gus talks about his own athletic experience in high school
  • Mark talks about the importance of test scores for athletes targeting very academic D3 and D1 schools
  • Gus talks about the priorities his family had in their search
  • Mark talks about who is driving the process


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