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Christen Jones, High School Basketball Recruit

Christen Jones, High School Basketball Recruit

Christen (CJ) is a 6 ft senior guard out of Tempe, Arizona.

CJ is a solid student with a 2.7 GPA who soon will be taking his SAT.

He’s from a strong Christian family, a good citizen, a church volunteer and is very active in youth ministry.

His exceptional speed and agility allows CJ to excel at the defensive end of the court. CJ is also an above-average rebounder for a guard averaging over 8 points per game. He’s a lockdown defender who usually has the assignment to guard the best perimeter player of the opposing team. He’s a high-level athlete who runs the floor better than most and, with good leaping ability, he can finish with either hand above the rim. A solid fundamental foundation of dribbling, passing and court vision is also on display when you witness his game. CJ is a very unselfish player on the offensive end who can knock down the mid-range jumper or drive and shoot the floater in the lane. CJ will be playing in several NCAA live events in California, Nevada and Texas this spring and summer club season, as well as many unsigned senior events in the Phoenix area.

This young man is an up and coming point guard with the ability to lead the team.  He has outstanding ball-handling skills and, in the right coaching environment, he will continue to improve.  Finding a very good point guard is hard to come by, but we believe this young man has all the tools to help lead your basketball program to greatness.

Michael Leiterman: High School Football Recruit 2016

Michael Leiterman: High School Football Recruit 2016

Michael has some special individual accomplishments.  

He’s been named All Arkansas Preps Second Team, which is voted on by college and high school coaches.  

His second individual accomplishment is being named, Max Preps’ Central High School Specialist of the Year.  

Michael has had an incredible senior season and will clearly be a major asset to your football program.

Michael Leiterman: Height 6’2 Weight 168

Senior at Central High School, Little Rock, Arkansas.

Academics:

GPA: 3.54

SAT: N/A

ACT: 28

Athletic Description:

Michael Leiterman is a punter with the ability to average big-time yardage with his amazing punting ability. Click this link to watch his video and see for yourself. VIDEO.

Special Teams is a critical component in football and having a punter who can put the other team in bad field position obviously helps the defense.

If you watch the video closely there are several clips where Michael is under pressure, but was able to handle that pressure with the poise and the confidence you would expect from a major college recruit.

Michael is only getting better. If put in the right environment where he can focus on getting better as a punter, I believe you would see his amazing athletic ability grow stronger.

Not only is Michael a leader on the football field, he is also an outstanding student in the classroom. Academics are something Michael takes extremely seriously and would be a positive academic role model for his teammates once in college.

Michael Leiterman: High School Football Recruit 2016

Recruiting Intangibles:

  1. Outstanding Student in The Classroom
  2. Outstanding Citizen In The Community
  3. A Great Teammate
  4. Coachable
  5. Outstanding Athletic Ability
  6. Outstanding Football Player
  7. Hard Worker And Dedicated To The Game
  8. Make Teammates Better

Final Thoughts:

Football is a big part of Michael’s life. His dream has always been to take his skill and talent as a punter to the college level.

The numbers don’t lie; he once had a 73 yard punt called back on a penalty but his ability to punt the ball down the field consistently is there.

For the college coaches who are reading this Athletic Profile and have viewed the video, do yourself a favor and contact this young man as soon as possible before another college program jumps in ahead of you.

This young man is only getting better and we believe he will be a huge asset to your football program, not only on the football field but in the classroom as well.

Dan Salutz, High School Football Recruit 2016

Dan Salutz, High School Football Recruit 2016

Dan Salutz: Height 6’1, Weight 305lbs.

Senior, Green Bay West High School, Green Bay, WI.

Academics:

GPA: 3.1

ACT: 25

SAT: N/A

Athletic Description:

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

His dream has always been to play college football 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 the right football program and receive outstanding coaching, we believe his athletic ability would greatly improve.

Because of Dan’s willingness to accept coaching, we believe strongly that he has the potential to start as a college freshman.

We know that’s asking a lot and many college freshman do not start right away, but offensive lineman are not easily found especially those who have athletic ability and the willingness to learn more and to get better.

I’m providing several links to videos of Dan and you will see for yourself how good a football player this young man is.

Dan Salutz, High School Football Recruit 2016

LINK: http://bit.ly/Dan-Salutz-Football-Recruit

LINK: http://bit.ly/Dan-Salutz-Football-Video

LINK: http://bit.ly/Dan-Salutz-Recruiting

Dan Salutz, High School Football Recruit 2016

We understand that video only tells part of the story. Having the opportunity to meet Dan, your coaching staff will be very impressed with this young man.

We know offensive lineman are hard to come by especially those who have size and athletic ability however, we believe your coaching staff should take a serious look at Dan Salutz.

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

Dan Salutz, High School Football Recruit 2016

Recruiting Intangibles:

  1. Coachable.
  2. He’s a student of the game.
  3. Loves football.
  4. Has attended summer camps
  5. Outstanding student.

Final Thoughts:

Dan loves football. He’s a huge Denver Broncos fan. In addition to his passion for football, Dan has a photographic memory which could be a huge asset as a college football player, quickly picking up on the college football system.

Take a serious look today at Dan Salutz. He will not let you down.

Garrett Rand High School Football Recruit

Garrett Rand High School Football Recruit

On the college recruiting radar of today is high school football player Garrett Rand.

  1. Can this player take his talents to the next level?
  1. Whose recruiting him now?
  1. Is he a division one football player or something else?
  1. Is he a highly ranked?
  1. Does he have quality game film?

The college recruiting process is extremely challenging with many twists and turns. Throughout the recruiting process does Garrett Rand what it takes to be recruited by multiple college programs?

  1. How many schools are recruiting him now?
  1. Will we ever see him on TV?
  1. Is this young man receiving letters from college programs now?

What is your overall opinion of high school football player Garrett Rand Is he a very good player, a great player or an average player?

  1. Is he the best player on his team?
  1. Is he the best player in his conference or league?
  1. Is even the best player in his state?

College coaches all over the country are looking for players out of high school who can sometimes step in and played as freshman.

College programs are looking for players who they can develop and replace star players within a year or two; is Garrett Rand that player?

In the state where Garrett Rand plays football, is he considered one of the top high school football prospects or just an average football player trying to make a name for himself in this highly competitive world of college recruiting?

  1. Will he receive a full athletic scholarship?
  1. Is he a preferred walk on?
  1. Will he play as a freshman in college?

Many high school football players receive a great deal of help with the recruiting process from their high school coaches.

In this situation, does the high school coach get the job done when it comes to the college recruiting process or does the coach fall short?

Sometimes high school football players are overlooked by college coaches because of lack of exposure, playing on a losing football program or getting absolutely no help from the high school coach.

How does Garrett Rand coach stack up to the day to day details of the overall college recruiting process?

The college recruiting process is difficult, very challenging and time-consuming.

In your opinion, do you think Garrett Rand is being recruited by the right college programs or is there more that can be done for Garrett Rand in the college recruiting process?

Do you think the NCAA has too many restrictions that limit the college recruiting process?  For example, should there be more contact of high school student athletes during their high school athletic career?

  1. Does he have the grades to be eligible for college.
  1. Does he have strong standardized test scores?
  1. Will he play at the junior college level?
  1. Are division two programs recruiting him?
  1. Will he be a pro prospect?
  1. Will we forgettable once in college?

The NCAA in my opinion may be too over-protective with all of their ridiculous rules about recruiting and the treatment of student athletes. What do you think?

Will Garrett Rand be a major college football recruit and what will be his lasting impact at the college level?

Sometimes, there’s so much attention paid to student athletes at the high school level that we often forget what they do once they reach college.

How will the story of Garrett Rand be told?

Chase Lucas High School Football Recruit

Chase Lucas High School Football Recruit

On the college recruiting radar of today is high school football player Chase Lucas.

  1. Can this player take his talents to the next level?
  1. Whose recruiting him now?
  1. Is he a division one football player or something else?
  1. Is he a highly ranked?
  1. Does he have quality game film?

The college recruiting process is extremely challenging with many twists and turns. Throughout the recruiting process does Chase Lucas what it takes to be recruited by multiple college programs?

  1. How many schools are recruiting him now?
  1. Will we ever see him on TV?
  1. Is this young man receiving letters from college programs now?

What is your overall opinion of high school football player Chase Lucas Is he a very good player, a great player or an average player?

  1. Is he the best player on his team?
  1. Is he the best player in his conference or league?
  1. Is even the best player in his state?

College coaches all over the country are looking for players out of high school who can sometimes step in and played as freshman.

College programs are looking for players who they can develop and replace star players within a year or two; is Chase Lucas that player?

In the state where Chase Lucas plays football, is he considered one of the top high school football prospects or just an average football player trying to make a name for himself in this highly competitive world of college recruiting?

  1. Will he receive a full athletic scholarship?
  1. Is he a preferred walk on?
  1. Will he play as a freshman in college?

Many high school football players receive a great deal of help with the recruiting process from their high school coaches.

In this situation, does the high school coach get the job done when it comes to the college recruiting process or does the coach fall short?

Sometimes high school football players are overlooked by college coaches because of lack of exposure, playing on a losing football program or getting absolutely no help from the high school coach.

How does Chase Lucas coach stack up to the day to day details of the overall college recruiting process?

The college recruiting process is difficult, very challenging and time-consuming.

In your opinion, do you think Chase Lucas is being recruited by the right college programs or is there more that can be done for Chase Lucas in the college recruiting process?

Do you think the NCAA has too many restrictions that limit the college recruiting process?  For example, should there be more contact of high school student athletes during their high school athletic career?

  1. Does he have the grades to be eligible for college.
  1. Does he have strong standardized test scores?
  1. Will he play at the junior college level?
  1. Are division two programs recruiting him?
  1. Will he be a pro prospect?
  1. Will we forgettable once in college?

The NCAA in my opinion may be too over-protective with all of their ridiculous rules about recruiting and the treatment of student athletes. What do you think?

Will Chase Lucas be a major college football recruit and what will be his lasting impact at the college level?

Sometimes, there’s so much attention paid to student athletes at the high school level that we often forget what they do once they reach college.

How will the story of Chase Lucas be told?

N’Keal Harry High School Football Recruit

N’Keal Harry High School Football Recruit

On the college recruiting radar of today is high school football player N’Keal Harry.

  1. Can this player take his talents to the next level?
  1. Whose recruiting him now?
  1. Is he a division one football player or something else?
  1. Is he a highly ranked?
  1. Does he have quality game film?

The college recruiting process is extremely challenging with many twists and turns. Throughout the recruiting process does N’Keal Harry what it takes to be recruited by multiple college programs?

  1. How many schools are recruiting him now?
  1. Will we ever see him on TV?
  1. Is this young man receiving letters from college programs now?

What is your overall opinion of high school football player N’Keal Harry Is he a very good player, a great player or an average player?

  1. Is he the best player on his team?
  1. Is he the best player in his conference or league?
  1. Is even the best player in his state?

College coaches all over the country are looking for players out of high school who can sometimes step in and played as freshman.

College programs are looking for players who they can develop and replace star players within a year or two; is N’Keal Harry that player?

In the state where N’Keal Harry plays football, is he considered one of the top high school football prospects or just an average football player trying to make a name for himself in this highly competitive world of college recruiting?

  1. Will he receive a full athletic scholarship?
  1. Is he a preferred walk on?
  1. Will he play as a freshman in college?

Many high school football players receive a great deal of help with the recruiting process from their high school coaches.

In this situation, does the high school coach get the job done when it comes to the college recruiting process or does the coach fall short?

Sometimes high school football players are overlooked by college coaches because of lack of exposure, playing on a losing football program or getting absolutely no help from the high school coach.

How does N’Keal Harry coach stack up to the day to day details of the overall college recruiting process?

The college recruiting process is difficult, very challenging and time-consuming.

In your opinion, do you think N’Keal Harry is being recruited by the right college programs or is there more that can be done for N’Keal Harry in the college recruiting process?

Do you think the NCAA has too many restrictions that limit the college recruiting process?  For example, should there be more contact of high school student athletes during their high school athletic career?

  1. Does he have the grades to be eligible for college.
  1. Does he have strong standardized test scores?
  1. Will he play at the junior college level?
  1. Are division two programs recruiting him?
  1. Will he be a pro prospect?
  1. Will we forgettable once in college?

The NCAA in my opinion may be too over-protective with all of their ridiculous rules about recruiting and the treatment of student athletes. What do you think?

Will N’Keal Harry be a major college football recruit and what will be his lasting impact at the college level?

Sometimes, there’s so much attention paid to student athletes at the high school level that we often forget what they do once they reach college.

How will the story of N’Keal Harry be told?

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