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4 Men’s College Hockey Coaches Discuss What Qualities They Want in a Recruit

GCA Athlete Recruiting AT GCA, we have asked hundreds of Men’s College Hockey Coaches this question: Describe the qualities that your program is looking for in a potential student-athlete? We have received a range of thoughtful and relevant responses from Men’s College Hockey Coaches across Divisions I, II and III. We wanted to share some of the best answers to give young hockey players some perspectives that they might be overlooking and motivating them to put more emphasis on these qualities to reach their goals and become a College Hockey player: Craig Russell – Plymouth State University – Head Coach The quality that we look for first and foremost is overall talent. Not just individual talent, but the ability to make plays, and make players around them better. We also look for strength/fitness level, and tools such as shot, hands, stick, etc. All of these things are important to us, but it is very important for me to address the character of each individual. I will speak with their coaches and Continue reading →