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Brandon Hall: Entrepreneur, Played Baseball and Football at the University of California. Advice to Student-Athletes: Work with someone that has been there before, follow their advice and DO NOT rely on anyone but yourself to get you a scholarship. This includes coaches, parents, family friends, etc…You control your own destiny.

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Taylor Hubbard: Starting a career in Exercise Science, Competed in Track & Field at Texas State University. Advice to student-athletes: Work hard during your years in high school and be confident when talking to college coaches. There is no need to be intimidated. Also, go on as many non-official recruiting visits as you can to get a feel for what school is right for you! #TheAthleteWatch

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Curt Tomasevicz: USA Bobsled National Team Push Athlete, Played Football at University of Nebraska. Advice to Student-Athletes: Be pro-active, get you’re name out, don’t be afraid of rejection, be open to different schools and don’t have your heart set on one school.

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Jesse Beckom: USA Bobsled National Team Push Athlete, Played football at Iowa State University. Advice to student-athletes: You must take the initiative! Find out who the better coaches are in your area and if there is a training program or facility that you see a lot of athletes using and getting recruited; go get involved. You have to be pro-active, no one will do it for you. If you want it, you have to go get it, do not expect someone else to do it for you.

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