SportsRecruits makes it very easy for student-athletes and families to stay organized with the list of schools they are interested in through the School Search and Favorite Schools features. If you are transitioning from another recruiting profile to SportsRecruits, make sure to take a few minutes to rebuild your list of schools so that you and your family stay on track with all of the programs you are interested in!
If you still have access to your previous recruiting profile and/or list of schools, the easiest way to do this would be to follow these steps:
- Log into both recruiting profiles at the same time. You can do this by having two tabs, windows or internet browsers open!
- In SportsRecruits, click the "Schools" tab in your top toolbar to open up the School Search
- In your previous profile, navigate to your list of target schools
- Note: this "list of schools" might be referred to differently based on the recruiting site or company. For example, ConnectSports calls an athlete's list of interested schools "Bookmarks"
- Once you have your list of schools pulled up, click back into SportsRecruits and using the Search bar at the top of the School Search, type in the name of a school from your previous list. When that school appears below, click the Heart icon to add this school to your "Favorites." You can learn more about how to use the School Search and build your list of Favorites here.
- After you have favorited all schools of interest to you, click into your "Favorites" tab over to the left and take a few extra minutes to organize this list by top choice to lowest choice (Rank) or by fit (Category). You can learn more about how to personalize and narrow down your Favorite Schools here.
If you no longer have access to your previous recruiting profile or list of schools, do not worry! It is always great practice to rethink the schools you are interested in and update your list. Use the different filters within the School Search (Location, Academics, Athletics) to learn more about your options then talk to your own advocates (teachers, counselors, coaches, trainers, etc.) to understand what types of schools might be the best ones for you to focus on throughout your recruiting process and add to your Favorites list.