Basketball on the Edge – Getting Good vs. Getting Seen by Tyler Coston

Too many players and parents in the basketball world wants to be “seen”. Players and parents everywhere are looking for “exposure.” There are way too many basketball events for kids in grades 3-8 promising the presence of college coaches. Some may be in the local area, some may require overnight travel. Two facts to point out. Most youth basketball players are not good enough to be seen. If you are good enough, a college coach will find you. This article by Tyler Coston from PGC Basketball makes it crystal clear where most player’s priority should be, get good first, then get seen.

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