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Are you a parent that knows that your athlete has what it takes to succeed at the college athletic level, but the college coaches just aren't knocking on your door?
Are you having problems getting connected with college coaches?
Are you unsure when and where to start when it comes to the recruiting process?
Do you find yourself spending a lot of time and money traveling to colleges, just to find out that your athlete and the college coach don't "click"?
Have you ever wondered what college coaches are looking for in a new recruit?
Are you unsure about what scholarship opportunities are available?
Were you aware that College Coaches can start looking for their future recruits as early as middle school
Are you hearing conflicting information on when your athlete is allowed to talk with college coaches?
Are you concerned about doing all the right things for your athlete?
Most athletes, parents, and high school coaches struggle with these questions and concerns.
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— Josh Rayborn, Bowler Parent