Becoming a collegiate athlete is a competitive process that relies on physical skill, hard work, patience, and extensive networking. Universities are responsible for recruiting thousands of talented prospects each year, and without the right exposure, a portion of highly skilled athletes go unrecognized. In order to optimize the chance of being recruited, high school athletes can follow a list of measures to increase their chance of playing at the collegiate level. Our goal is to help young players navigate the steps of the recruiting process, and provide guidance in self-promotion so that athletes can get noticed and move on to play at the collegiate level. This mission can be tedious and costly, but our formula has proven to be successful for hundreds of student athletes.
One financial obstacle that many prospective athletes face is paying for the creation of a highlight video. Highlight Videos are the easiest way to showcase a player's talents to schools across the country. We want to even the playing field by helping prospects create and disperse their film shot from games and matches over time. Below are some examples from former recruits who received scholarships with the help of their videos.
High School Track and Field Video She is currently a javelin and discus thrower for Eastern Illinois University.
High School Baseball Video
Started all four years at Auburn University as a utility player: