Recruiting Realities to explore myth of college recruiting on March 26National recruiting expert Jack Renkens will address Hudson student-athletes and their parents in a free presentation in the high school choir room Monday, March 26, beginning at 7 p.m.
National recruiting expert Jack Renkens will address Hudson student-athletes and their parents in a free presentation in the high school choir room Monday, March 26, beginning at 7 p.m.
Renkens’ presentation, “Recruiting Realities,” will explore the myths and realities of college recruiting. His program has been featured at thousands of schools across the United States, on numerous television programs and at sports camps from coast to coast. In addition, he is a weekly contributor to several major newspapers and magazines. His message about collegiate athletic recruiting is simple: “It’s a game ... Know the rules.”
Renkens will share with the audience the lessons he’s learned during many years as a high school and college coach, athletic director and parent of a high school athlete. He founded Recruiting Realities for the express purpose of debunking the myths and presenting the facts about athletic recruiting for student-athletes, their families, coaches and school counselors.
Renkens says high school student-athletes serious about continuing to play sports in college can never start too early, nor get too much help. However, most students don’t know the recruiting game, NCAA rules or how to get matched with the best college for them. Renkens will clarify recruiting myths and provide tips to parents and students serious about taking their high school athletics to the next level.