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Logan Dorner

Logan Dorner : Height 5’9, Weight 160lbs.
Junior at Green Bay Preble High School, Green Bay, WI.
Academics: GPA: 3.1

Recruiting Intangibles:
1. Coachable
2. He’s a student of the game
3. Loves baseball and football
4. Has attended many camps and showcases
5. Outstanding student,  3.1 GPA

This young man is a student of the game. He’s constantly studying the game and looking for ways to get better.

His dream has always been to play college sports at the highest level. We believe he has the talent and the physical athletic ability to compete at the college level.

If this young man was to get into your program and receive outstanding coaching, we believe his athletic ability would greatly improve.

Because of willingness to accept coaching and the work he puts in year-round, we believe strongly that he has the potential to start as a college freshman.

He is playing Legion Baseball this summer for Shockers Legion Program making Junior Varsity team.

Having the opportunity to meet Logan, your coaching staff will be very impressed with this young man.

Logan is very goal-oriented and we believe your coaching staff should take a serious look at Logan Dorner.

Logan has the skills to change an entire game with his athletic ability, his incredible work ethic, and his passion to succeed.

Final Thoughts: I coached Logan when he was on my tournament baseball team and no one works harder than Logan. I would love to have a whole team of Logans.

Jodeci Chappa

Jodeci Chappa

6’1″,160 Lbs. Class of 2019, Point Guard GPA 3.4

 Immokalee High School, Florida

From observation and talking to his coach, Jodeci is a quick and explosive athlete that sees the court well. He is a great facilitator of the ball. Jodeci shoots extremely well and is very comfortable taking 3 point shoots. He can create his own space with his quickness and ability to shake defenders.

He averaged a double double this year for Immokalee’s varsity basketball team. Jodeci is the ultimate team player. He is loved by his teammates and does well in the classroom. His teachers have nothing but good things to say about him. One teacher expressed, “I wish every student here was like Jodeci “. He will do well on the college level and make any school proud to have such a fine student athlete.

Evan Frisque

Evan Frisque:  Height 5’10, Weight 160lbs.
West DePere High School, DePere, WI.

Class of 2019 GPA: 3.40

Recruiting Intangibles:
1. Coachable
2. He’s a student of the sport
3. Loves Wrestling and Football
4. Has attended many camps and national tournaments
5. Outstanding student.  3.4 GPA
6. Overall high school record of 110 and 32
7. Started wrestling FR/GR as a high school Freshman
8. Starting outside linebacker on a top five Division 3 football team Soph. and Jr. year
9. 1st Team All-Conference honors three years in wrestling.
10. Bay Conference Wrestler of the Year 2018
11. 4th at Division 1 160 lb. State this year.

This young man is a student of wrestling. He’s constantly studying the sport, looking for ways to get better. His dream has always been to play college sports at the highest level. We believe he has the talent and the athletic ability to compete at the college level.

If this young man was to get into a program and receives outstanding coaching, we believe his drive & ability would allow him to reach the upper levels of college athletics. Because of his willingness to be coached and the work he puts in year round, we believe strongly that he has the potential to start as a college freshman.

Having the opportunity to meet Evan, your coaching staff will be very impressed with this young man. Evan is very goal-oriented and we believe your coaching staff should take a serious look at Evan Frisque.

Evan has the skills to change an entire match with his athletic ability, his incredible work ethic, and his passion to succeed.

Final Thoughts: Brute Nationals Champion as a freshman, and two-time runner-up the previous years. 4th at Freestyle State last year in the junior class as a Sophomore. Last two years runner-up at Dominate The Dells.  As a Freshman, was on the podium for Freestyle and Greco, took fifth in both as a Cadet.

Sean Broadus

Sean Broadus

Scouting Director: Washington, D.C. Metro Area

Sean Broadus was born in Washington, D.C., went to middle and high school in Dumfries, VA. He became an amateur boxer at the age of 13.  That is where he fell in love with sports. He boxed in the Junior Olympics as well as the Golden Gloves on the Junior level. After his boxing trainer became terminally ill, he turned to team sports.  As an eighth grader, Sean played football, basketball, and ran track.

After a short stint on the Freshman and JV teams in high school it became obvious he wasn’t going to have too much of a future in football at the next level. So he gave that up to concentrate on the books.  After three semesters of college, Sean left school and joined the Air Force where he picked up boxing again.  He boxed while in the Air Force for three years which included boxing with the Air Force Boxing team in 1997 and 1998.  After four years in the Air Force traveling the world, Sean came back home to Washington, D.C.

In the Air Force Sean was an Imagery Production Specialist.  For three years he processed Intelligence Imagery from the SR-71 and U-2 Reconnaissance Planes.  His photography experience in the military helped him transfer into videography when he entered back into the civilian world.

This is when sports recruiting comes into play.  After an internship with Comcast SportsNet D.C., now known as NBC Sports Washington, Sean started his own sports recruiting video service.  Sean currently brings 11 years of sports recruiting to Woods Recruiting  serving as Scouting Director for the Washington, D.C. metro area.

Mike Kirkland

Mike Kirkland Recruiting Coordinator

North Central, Florida

With 28 years of working to enhance to futures of young men via counseling, employment training, academic preparation and basketball training, I have helped over 200 men achieve their dream of attending a college or university.

I fell in love with athletics at the early age of 10 playing every sport on the block of our Philadelphia home. During high school I chose to play basketball and football. I started in both earning All-Public League in both. I was awarded athletic scholarships in both as well but after spending a year at Temple University trying to play both, I soon discovered that basketball would be my choice.

I made several stops but ended up at Maryland Eastern Shore. I was voted MVP of the team and earned all-conference honors my senior year. I then went on to play in several different countries professionally. After a short career I decided to come back to the states. In 1992 I began my career as a high school coach and for the next 15 years, I coached HS, AAU, professionally with the SBA and even spent time working with athletes at Seton Hall University and the University of Maryland.

Most recently, I’ve been training and helping high school graduates with an additional year of academic help and basketball skill training to obtain athletic scholarships.

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