If you are underrecruited or undiscovered, it’s best to be proactive. Don’t wait for college coaches to find you. Don’t rely on somebody else to reach out to a college coach on your behalf. Market yourself by contacting college coaches directly.
Our databases make doing that easier than ever.
Our databases — we have them for men’s basketball, women’s basketball, football, softball, baseball, women’s soccer, men’s soccer, men’s volleyball, beach volleyball and women’s volleyball — include contact information for every college program in the country. That includes the Division I, Division II, Division III, NJCAA/JuCo and NAIA levels. There are more than 1,800 college programs in the baseball, MBB and WBB databases.
You will save yourself hours by using them.
Instead of searching all over the internet for the contact information of college coaches, that data is in one neatly-organized spreadsheet. Each database includes free updates. Check the specific product pages for exactly how long the updates last.
Here is an example of how the databases’ are organized.
The Division I programs are sorted by conference, and can be sorted by state. The other four levels are sorted by state.
Let’s say you want to play NAIA men’s basketball in the Midwest — in a city that has fewer than 10,000 people. You can sort the database to find all of that information quickly and easily.
Furthermore, purchasing our database makes it simple to send an email to hundreds of college coaches at once. All you have to do is copy and paste email addresses into an email. Here is the best way to do so.
A process that used to take hours — for some, days — now takes minutes.
Plus, 15 columns of school-specific information for each school were added to the men’s basketball and women’s basketball databases in April 2018. They will be added to the other databases in the coming months.
The school-specific information (the majority of which is via the National Center for Education Statistics) is an immensely valuable addition that will help athletes identify the best colleges for them. The information listed includes: average GPA, test scores, total cost, majors offered, size of the student body, size of the city, religious affiliation, U.S. News rank and acceptance rate.
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So don’t wait. Don’t be intimidated. Start your recruitment today.