Football Parents Recruiting Guide


Give Your Athlete The Best Chance To Get Recruited

Increase your chances to get recruited by a college by following our recruiting guide.

Recruiting Is Hard

As a parent, the recruiting process can be overwhelming, especially if you’re going through it for the first time. The thought of sending your athlete away for 4 years, on top of paying the bill can be a lot of stress.

Parents are often left wondering, what is the best path for their child? Is my child a division 1, 2, or 3 level prospect? How do I contact college coaches? How do I college coaches interested in my player?

These questions often be stressful and overwhelming, as your player prepares for graduation.

Trust The Process

There is no blueprint that will automatically get you recruited properly. However, we have a process that we use in order to give our athletes the best possible chance. To date, we (as high school coaches) have helped over 34+ athletes get into division 1, 2, and 3 level colleges.

There is no other exciting time for your athlete. If they are qualified to play college football, they will have coaches calling their cell phones, messaging them on Twitter, and trying to give them the best deal possible to play for their school.

But where do you start? How do you get your player recruited?

Introducing The Football Parent’s Recruiting Guide

What’s Included?

  • Learn how to increase your player’s social profile and stand out to college coaches
  • Script your highlight tape exactly to how college coaches want to see it
  • Exclusive interviews with college coaches, who tell you what they want to see when recruiting a player
  • A guide to setting up your Twitter profile so college coaches can easily interact with your profile.
  • A step-by-step guide on how to talk to coaches about financials and scholarships
  • & More!

Your Child Only Has 1 Chance To Get Recruited: Make It Count!

Time is money. Literally. The sooner you can get your player exposed to college football coaches, the sooner they have the potential to earn scholarships.

If your child is going to be a sophomore, junior or senior in high school, this guide help maximize their presence.