Exposure Is The Key
Exposure is the key to being recruited. If they don’t know about you they cannot recruit you. It’s important to begin the recruiting process as soon as possible.
What We Can Do
As you navigate through the recruiting process, it’s important to have someone who can guide you step-by-step with the challenges you’re going to face in recruiting.
There are thousands of high school student-athletes who are looking to take their talents to the college level. Our job is to match student-athletes with college programs.
We’re talking about those student-athletes who have a tremendous work ethic, the student athlete who is constantly developing and getting better every day, every week, every month, and every year.
What We Can Do For You
Millions of families are faced with the challenges of recruiting. The recruiting process should never be taken lightly. There are many twists and turns and challenges associated with the college recruiting process. As you navigate through the recruiting process, it’s important to have someone who can guide you step-by-step with the challenges you’re going to face in recruiting.
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It's a fact
It’s a fact that if every player and parent that does not go Division 1, it will not destroy your life or your future. The true measure of success in the recruiting process is the opportunity to go to college in the first place. Who wouldn’t want an all-expense-paid college education?
Every year there are amazingly talented student-athletes who end up not being recruited at all. We’re talking about student-athletes, who’ve won various awards still go unnoticed unrecognized by college programs. Exposure is partly to blame, academics is partly to blame, not having someone working on your behalf is partly to blame.
It Is Not Possible
It is not possible. No club coach, no high school coach can get you an athletic scholarship. If these coaches could, then why not get their sons, nieces, nephews and best friends’ kids an athletic scholarship? Only the student-athlete can get an athletic scholarship. You’ve got to have good grades, athletic ability, be coachable, have a great attitude and work ethic.
Your journey is your journey. If you are a Division III player, it’s all good. If you are a Division II player, it’s all good. If you have to go to a junior college, it’s okay. Your journey is your journey if you are passionate about the game. Go where you’re given the opportunity to play.
Prospective Student Athletes
I was once recruited for college. It was one of the most incredible experiences in my life. From time to time I think about what recruiting was like for me. I would like to see those same positive experiences for all student-athletes who possess superior athletic ability, and superior academic ability as well. It truly is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get recruited for college.
Parents, I’m talking directly to you about the recruiting process. You need to begin the process early. If you wait until senior year available scholarship dollars will become scarce. You’re going to need someone who will have the power, the ability, and the aggressiveness to get the names of student-athletes into the hands of college coaches.
We have an amazing team of scouts. All of our scouts I’ve done an incredible job of assisting student-athletes through the challenges of the recruiting process. They have done an amazing job of educating the parents. Now is the time for all student-athletes to reach out to us for college recruiting help.