Learn the benefits of playing at a junior college and when it makes sense to go this route over a prep school. You will also learn the importance of knowing your strengths and weaknesses as a player.
Meet Brandon Goble, the CEO of JUCO Advocate and junior college basketball scout. JUCO Advocate, helps players gain exposure to junior colleges and their coaches.
What You Will Learn
- [1:01] Brandon narrates how he fell in love with the junior college process and wanting to help kids tell their own stories.
- [3:06] How he started JUCO Advocate by building relationships with Division 1 basketball coaches and players.
- [4:51] The qualities that Brandon looks for in kids that reach out to him.
- [13:32] Why junior college is the best place to prepare yourself before heading to Division 1 basketball.
- [20:53] How the junior college scene has changed over the years and the kinds of ‘products’ it now targets and produces.
- [25:16] The advantages of preparing for a Division 1 basketball career in junior college over prep school.
- [29:48] The questions you should be asking and how you should be preparing to get into a junior college.
- [34:02] The difference between kids who stay at a junior college for one year versus two.
- [39:13] Brandon explains how scholarships and partial-scholarships work in junior college.
- [42:52] The benefits of attending junior college when you’re not ‘good enough’ for prep school.
- [53:18] The future goals and aspirations of junior college basketball coaches.
- [54:29] How to do your research, ask the right questions and talk to the right people to find the right fit for you in junior college basketball.
Connect with Brandon:
Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/juco_advocate/
Twitter | https://twitter.com/JUCOadvocate
YouTube | https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCizUQPIQ1Gm22kvl4fW-Kgw
Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/JUCOadvocate
Website | https://www.jucoadvocate.com/#home
Connect with Cory:
Website | https://www.prepathletics.com
Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/prep_athletics/
Twitter | https://twitter.com/PREP_Athletics
Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/PrepAthletics
Email | firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone | 859-317-1166