Prospect or Suspect, which are you?
A suspect blames others.
A prospect takes on responsibility.
A suspect goes to a lesson and or practice and goes through the motions with little care of becoming better.
A prospect goes to a lesson and or practice then proceeds to find the time to work on the skills taught away from the lesson/practice with 100% focus on the uncomfortable details until they become comfortable and proficient with the desired skill.
A suspect thinks they need to keep changing teams to get recruited or playing time.
A prospect knows they need to change their ways and improve their physical and mental skills to get recruited and playing time.
A suspect is upset when they're not playing.
A prospect respects the abilities of teammate who is playing in front of them and accepts the challenge to improve.
Which Are You?
Coach Monroe is the owner of Bases Academy and current D1 assistant coach.