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If you're looking for a place to play volleyball where you know college coaches will see you and you know you will be promoted, look no further than TK Volleyball.

For those who wish to play volleyball after their U18 season, college is the only option other than pickup games with friends or adult leagues in the city.  However, the recruiting process is fraught with tripwires and booby-traps. Trying to navigate it alone without a road map would be difficult, if not impossible.  However, at TK Volleyball we will work tirelessly to ensure that you're not just seen - you're actively promoted.

We have a dedicated recruiting coordinator who communicates constantly with colleges and universities all over the country talking up and promoting our athletes.
We also offer day-to-day guidelines, recruiting tools, and information on how to promote yourself - which is key to winning the recruiting game.

The Recruiting Process
In today's competitive athletic world, it is never too early to start the recruiting process!
Having said that, all the talent and athletic ability in the world means little or nothing if you can't make the grades. Failing to qualify academically will derail your college aspirations faster than pretty much anything else. With this in mind, the first thing you should do is meet with your high school guidance counselor and let them know of your desire to play college volleyball.  They will help you stay in line with the core courses required by the NCAA and help you understand the academic requirements of most NCAA institutions.

You will also have to take the SAT or ACT.  Most students find they do better if they take these tests twice. When you are ready, schedule your first test - but try to do so during a time that will not conflict with your high school or club seasons as most of these standardized tests are given on Saturdays.

From a volleyball standpoint, you need to train hard and play with, and against, the best competition and with the best coaches available to you.  TK Volleyball has some of the best coaches in the state of Georgia and plays in some of the most competitive tournaments in the country.  

Come play with us and find out!


Parents are an integral part of the recruiting process.  In fact, they are probably the single most important factor.  Many - if not most - of them aren't aware of this and sometimes it shows.

To help them - and thereby help the athlete - we will provide some resources and information in this section to help them better understand their role in their young athlete's future.

University of Connecticut (UConn) women’s basketball coach, Geno Auriemma, is one of the most successful coaches in the history of the game. In this video, he talks about player enthusiasm, attitude, and body language

From USA Volleyball - A humorous (but insightful) look at a coach's first team meeting and parent involvement.

Chris Collins, Head Men's Basketball Coach at Northwestern University, discusses how to observe parents in the stands at youth and college athletics. 
From "I Love to Watch You Play," a video of comments from young athletes about how their parents act versus how they wish they would act.
Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr with some advice for sports parents

Head coach Frank Martin - University of South Carolina Men's Basketball - talks about parents and coaching.

Cal State Fullerton Head Women's Softball Coach Kelly Ford talks about what she looks for in her recruits...AND their parents...
Various NCAA Softball coaches talk about recruiting mistakes and errors. Yes, this is about softball - but the mistakes they talk about happen in ALL sports - including volleyball.