DREAM SCOUTING NETWORK

tRAINING MANUAL

Your Comfort Zone

You should be comfortable speaking with coaches and families. When scouting student-athletes, choose the sports of which you are most familiar. If you only played football in high school or college, I highly suggest you start by only scouting football players. It will make is easy to evaluate players and hold conversations with coaches and families.

I played football, basketball and ran track. These were the 3 sports I focused on when I started the program. When I stopped into schools, I asked for the coaches of these teams. I brought credibility because I played these sports and had a firm understanding about skill level required to get to the next level.

As a scouting director, you can bring on staff who may be an expert in a sport you are not as familiar with. The first person I asked to assist me was strong in baseball. He helped by talking to baseball coaches and going to baseball showcases to scout. I highly encourage you to build a staff to help you.

Please let me know what sports you are focusing on in your territory. If it is a new sport, I will have to research college coaches contact information. We currently are set up for football, basketball (men and women), track/cc (men and women) and baseball. The process works for any sport so please encourage all to join and we will work behind the scenes to build the database.

Contact

Dream Scouting Network, LLC
PO Box 292, Elk Mills, MD 21920

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Tel: 443-606-4361

info@dreamscoutingnetwork.com

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