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Consider starting as early as freshman year

College Planning for High School Athletes

Our Goal

We aim to help all athletes who want to play their chosen sport at the collegiate level whether it be DI, DII, DIII, NAIA or Junior College and in doing so, significantly increase their chances of receiving multiple athletic scholarship offers. *Special Note:  DIII does not offer athletic scholarships.

** Being an early commit athlete can often times result in higher athletic scholarship offers!!

What We Offer

  • College planning consultants and past athletes who will work closely with your student, his/her guidance counselor and current coaches along with future college coaches.

  • Marketing Professionals with extensive knowledge on how to target market your student athlete to their favorite 40-50 schools at various levels 

  • If necessary, localized coaching in several sports including, but not limited to:

    • Basketball, Baseball, Football, Soccer, Volleyball, Softball, Lacrosse, Golf, Track & Field, Tennis, Swimming/Diving, Archery, and more

  • Help with finding additional non-athletic scholarships

DII, DIII & NAIA Schools

DI scholarships are difficult to come by so it's important not to rule out DII and NAIA schools. They have hundreds of very competitive programs looking for talented athletes with scholarship money to offer. Again, DIII Schools do not offer athletic scholarships. Coaches usually know whether or not they are going to make an offer by the end of an athlete's junior year or very early in their Senior year.

Important to note: 

College coaches cannot make official contact with an athlete until June 15th right before his/her junior year, but a student can make several unofficial visits to various colleges and universities during their freshman and sophomores years at their own expense. However, the coaches cannot make any contact with them during those visits. College coaches plan and recruit one to two years in advance, depending on each sport and division. By preparing early and narrowing down the universities, we are then able to focus our marketing efforts in securing scholarship offers usually by the first semester of their senior year. Coaches only have so much money to recruit in each sport so the earlier athletes can narrow down their choices, the better. 

Athletic Planning Workshops

In this section, we have compiled some of the frequently asked questions that we’ve received over the years. If there’s something that we missed, please reach out and a member of our staff will get in touch with you.

Understanding the Recruiting Process and Marketing Your Skills

  • 85-90 min

  • For families with high schoolers interested in playing college sports

  • Topics include: Tackling the Runaway Costs of College Workship "plus" understanding the number of scholarships available in each Division of one's sport, getting registered with the various college sports organization, marketing your athlete to college coaches, narrowing down to your options, and understanding the recruiting processes over the course of your child's high school career

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