The Ups and Downs of Recruiting
I'm a sophomore at a complete nontarget that just received an offer for SA 2022. I wanted to make a post for a couple of reasons. I can't thank this forum enough. Having people that engage and keep others up to date on timelines and processes is invaluable. The archive of posts that cover every single topic you need is amazing. Thank you WSO team and thank you to everyone who contributes.
To the students who are still recruiting: It's tough. I get it. I went 1/6 on super days... that's horrible. I felt really bad about recruiting, a week ago I was down in the dumps. Recruiting is not linear. Some of those SDs I performed extremely well, better than the bank that gave me an offer, and got rejected. I had kids at my school that were less prepared and probably worse candidates than me that placed before me. Recruiting is not a meritocracy, there are so many factors at play. The only thing you can do is keep on grinding! Keep networking. Keep prepping. Keep giving it you all when you get shots and you will place. I have faith in you monkeys, you just need to have faith in yourselves.
I'm happy to be a resource to anyone that I can. Feel free to comment below and I'm happy to DM and help.