New York, NY, March 22, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Locker Room Talk (www.lockerroomtalk.com), a web-based platform that presents college coach ratings and reviews as a resource for high school student-athletes and their parents, is now offering seminars that provide invaluable advice for high school students who are interested in the collegiate sports recruiting process. The seminars cover important topics such as the differences between the various divisions; recruiting terminology and rules; how many hours students can expect to spend on their sport; what to consider before you decide on a collegiate athletics career; how to set up a recruiting plan and what to do during each year of high school; how to showcase yourself; what to consider when choosing the college(s) you want to pursue; how to communicate with college coaches; how to maximize campus visits; how to prepare for overnight visits; and more. To discuss scheduling a Locker Room Talk seminar in your area, please contact co-founder Keirsten Sires at 203-556-5839 or Keirsten.Sires@LockerRoomTalk.com.
Created by former varsity college athletes as a “force for good,” Locker Room Talk® (www.LockerRoomTalk.com) is an invaluable resource for high school athletes and their families as they prepare to make one of the most important choices of their lives. Locker Room Talk is a website-based platform that consolidates statistics about U.S. collegiate sports programs into an easy-to-search format, as well as providing detailed information and anonymous reviews on college coaches that come directly from surveys filled out by college athletes and alumni. It covers both men’s and women’s teams in sports such as football, baseball, basketball, tennis, soccer, lacrosse, hockey, skiing, swimming and more. Locker Room Talk: The Way for Student-Athletes to Recruit Their College Coaches. For more information, call 203-556-5839, visit www.LockerRoomTalk.com, or find us on Facebook, Instagram (@lockerroomtalk) or Twitter (@LRTsports).