The most effective way to BOOST your recruitment. Who knows college recruiting better than former college coaches?
We are an athletic college placement service that contacts college coaches DIRECTLY (calls, texts and social media) on behalf of our clients to ultimately help them earn scholarship opportunities.
The reality is most coaches do not open cold emails and the new database in the social media era is Twitter.
With the client, we review highlights and full game film to accurately select a target level that we feel the client can prosper in. The client and Recruiting Boost must be on the same page and agree on the client's target level.
We are a team of all former college coaches. Our contacts over the years have proven to be very useful when getting our client's film and contact info out to coaches.
Whether it is unofficial or official visits, fit with a school, academic transcript evaluation or highlight videos, we have been there and done that.
A common question from athletes and parents is: If we are good enough, won’t coaches find us? The reality of college recruiting is there are many more talented prospects than there are open scholarships.
Articles, all-state honors, MVP does not necessarily turn into offers. Athletes need all the help they can get to get in front of college coaches. You are one of tens of thousands of prospective student-athletes looking for a shot every single year. High school, prep school, international, junior college and transfers are all vying for the same spot. What can separate you? Recruiting BOOST!
A college placement service is no different than a real estate agent. Maybe you can sell your home without one, maybe not. Maybe you can sell it quicker, and maybe for more. It all depends on the size of the home (height), condition (talent), location (HS area, AAU program), appraisal (grades), etc! 90% of homeowners use real estate agents. The best NBA, MLB, WNBA, and other professional athletes have agents. There is no shame in needing and utilizing a helping hand.
Taylor Norris – D1 Chicago State
Joshua Richardson – Dean College
Lloyer Driggs – D1 Tarleton State
Selma Eklund – D1 UNC Wilmington
Jaiyah Harris-Smith – D1 Ole Miss
Abby Ray – D1 Albany