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Recruiting Evaluation: Andrew Lacey

Recruiting Evaluation Process: Qualities Coaches Look for in Players & Positions

Recruiting Evaluation Process: Qualities Coaches Look for in Players & Positions

Coach Andrew Lacey of Richard Bland College shares the qualities he looks for in players and various positions during the recruiting evaluation process. As a college coach, I often get asked by high school and AAU coaches about how my staff and I evaluate potential recruits. As many of these coaches read this blog, I

Aaron Schuck FastModel Sports InterviewU Podcast basketball coach

Aaron Schuck: FMS x InterviewU Podcast Series – Episode 3

Takeaways from episode 3 of our serving coaches series with InterviewU featuring FMS contributor Aaron Schuck on style, motivation and more. Full Series Recaps: Episode 1 – Erica Williamson | Episode 2 – Timothy Hipps | Episode 4 – Radius Athletics We’re thrilled to announce a partnership between FMS and the InterviewU Podcast hosted by

Timothy Hipps InterviewU Podcast FastModel Sports coaching basketball

Timothy Hipps – InterviewU x FMS Podcast Series: Episode 2

Takeaways from episode 2 of the InterviewU x FMS podcast series featuring contributor Timothy Hipps on his coaching journey and philosophy. Full Series Recaps: Episode 1 – Erica Williamson | Episode 3 – Aaron Schuck | Episode 4 – Radius Athletics We’re thrilled to announce a partnership between FMS and the InterviewU Podcast hosted by

Ted Lasso, Apple TV+, streaming, coaching, football, AFC Richmond, FastModel Sports, basketball, coaching philosophy, coaching style, leadership

Takeaways from the Ted Lasso School of Coaching

The fictional character provides a lot of laughs, but Ted Lasso provides some real lessons in his leadership style and coaching philosophies. We often do video breakdowns here on the FMS blog, but this post takes “studying film” to a whole new level. One of the most positively-reviewed shows of 2020 is Ted Lasso, which

The Alley Drill

THE ALLEY DRILL Written by Brandon Reichert for Randy Brown   Video The Alley Drill-1on1   How the drill works Offensive player and defensive player are playing 1v1. Offensive player is trying to get to the basket while staying inside the “alley” created by the cones. The offensive player must stay inbounds and not move

Choice-Supportive Bias, Quin Snyder, Utah Jazz

Mental Biases and Coaching: Defeating Choice-Supportive Bias

Coaches: Is Choice-Supportive Bias plaguing your ability to make good decisions and move on from bad ones? Here’s how to spot and defeat it. Read more on Cognitive Biases and how they relate to coaching: Action Bias Pitfalls The Impact of Optimism Bias Avoiding Outcome Bias The Perils of Confirmation Bias Survivorship Bias in Coaching As

positive, coaching, basketball, Scott Rosberg

Strive To Be A Positive Part Of Your Players’ Memories

How will your athletes look back at playing for you? Being intentional about building positive, impactful relationships is key. *I originally wrote this post over on my site – www.greatresourcesforcoaches.com – this past spring (2019) at the end of my son’s high school basketball career. I thought it would be appropriate message for basketball coaches to consider ahead

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