By Corey Long
The majority of coaches in college basketball got their starts as graduate assistants. Many bounced around from bench to bench. They all communicate and high school basketball coaches love to remind their players of that when it comes to the recruiting process.
“I always tell my guys that you might not think a coach is watching you but he is,” said Terrence Butler, head coach at Bartow (Fla.) High School. “Maybe they only saw you for a play or two but if you did something to stand out in a positive way they saw you.
“And they might have told someone else about you.”
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