YCBK 287: The College Essay Is Dead [Transcript]
YCBK 288: Gus Resendiz, Avoiding the potholes in athletic recruiting 3/3 [Transcript]

YCBK 288: Gus Resendiz, Avoiding the potholes in athletic recruiting 3/3

In this week’s episode you will hear

Introduction :

  • Mark shares all the things that listeners do that inspire the co-hosts to keep producing 10 hours a month of new content for you
  • Mark shares what a panel of experts from the American Council of Education felt were the biggest issues in Higher Ed in 2022
  • Mark interviews Gus Resendiz of Massachusetts, “Avoiding the pot holes in athletic recruiting” Part 3 of 3

Preview of Part 3

  • We talk about checking the ego at the door
  • We talk about all of the ID camps out there and the pitfalls to avoid
  • We talk about preferred walk-ons
  • We talk about all of the positive aspects of playing college sports
  • We talk about the broken leg test

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