THE BIG 64

MUST-ASK QUESTIONS FOR PLAYERS AND PARENTS

WHILE GOING THROUGH THE RECRUITING PROCESS

AND MAKING VISITS TO COLLEGE CAMPUSES.

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ACADEMICS

  1. Does your school offer my major?

  2. How does your tutoring system work?

  3. Do you have the required study halls and are they supervised?

  4. Does your school offer learning labs?

  5. What is the faculty/student ratio at your school?

  6. Does your school have a full-time academic advisor? 

  7. If so, is basketball their only responsibility or are they involved with other sports?

  8. What percentage of the faculty is minority-related?

  9. Does your school offer summer school?

  10. What percentage of graduates in my field does your school place in the workforce during the first year?

  11. What is the graduation rate of your players over the past 4-5 years?

  12. What is the attitude of your faculty towards athletes?

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SOCIAL

  1. What is the enrollment of your school?

  2. How far is your school from my home?

  3. What is the racial composition of the student body?

  4. What is the female to male ratio?

  5. Are summer jobs a possibility in your city/town?

THE BIG 64

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