Information about College Basketball Scholarships from Kyle Ohman
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Kyle Ohman is the co-creator of Basketballhq.com a basketball training website designed for coaches and players. He was a thousand point scorer at Liberty University (div. 1), was ranked the 19th best shooter in the country by Fox Sports going into his senior year. Kyle has also played professionally in Spain.
Most recently he coached a high school team out of Brandon, FL that played on a national level and beat the 12th ranked team in the nation. Coach Kyle has a promising career in the basketball industry as a coach and an individual trainer.
Having played division 1 college basketball and then also coaching high school basketball at a high level I have talked numerous players and coaches about the college recruiting process, and the more I talk to people about the recruiting process the more I realize that there is a lot of confusion about how it all works.
So I decided to do some research and contact multiple different college basketball coaches to find out exactly what all goes in the anatomy of a college basketball scholarship.
I have put all of the information together in an easy to read and understand graphic below. That way every high school basketball player and coach can get a better understanding of how it all works and give themselves the best chance to make it to college on a scholarship or send one of their players if they are a coach.
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Comment: This is great information about college basketball scholarships. Realize that 95% or so of high school players will never play at the college level, and for those that do, many find it a "grind" and very hard work. I am not saying this to discourage you... I am saying this because many college players, upon reflecting back, tell me that the most fun they ever had playing basketball was for their high school team. So work hard for that scholarship, but don't forget to have fun along the way with your high school teammates and coaches. - Coach Gels
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