About Me

Jack Perconte

Player Development Begins with this Understanding

Be prepared to get some blame when players show little improvement.
However, the following can help from the start to avert that.
* Explain to players and parents alike that improvement takes time and only comes with a practice commitment from players.
* Give short and long term goals, along with the appropriate homework to practice both. That puts the development onus on players, where it should be.
* Explain that commitment from all - coach, player, parents - is necessary, and that improvement ebbs and flows for all, but always comes with dedication to a solid work ethic.
* Remind them you will give your best to help each player.
Be the Best.