If you’re a parent of a talented athlete, you need answers to the college athletic recruiting puzzle. At SAS, we are committed to educating parents who want to help their student-athletes open more college doors.
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How Does The College Athletic Recruiting Process Really Work?
Who is SAS?
SAS is among the top college recruiting authorities in the United States. Since 2003, SAS has served as an advocate for talented student-athletes who dreamed of getting recruited to play their sport in college; as a guide for parents to help make the experience more enjoyable for their children; and as a supporter for coaches in every sport at every level.
What Does SAS Do?
First, SAS offers a proven full-service program that helps talented athletes get recruited to play in college.
Second, SAS helps parents manage the college recruitment process to ensure their children are best positioned to attend the right college at the right price.
And third, SAS helps college coaches at all levels become aware of qualified athletes and evaluate them as scholarship candidates.
Why does the SAS program work so well?
SAS is a full-service college recruiting management group. Unlike online software tools and a slew of “DIY” options that merely scratch the surface, the SAS team designs a custom “game plan” that addresses your individual college goals. SAS does the “heavy lifting” so you don’t have to. Plus, we don’t just make college coaches aware of our athletes. We facilitate meaningful dialogue and collaborate with each family from start to finish in order to maximize results for our athletes.
Who should enroll with SAS?
If you’re a talented high school or junior college athlete who’s motivated to utilize athletics to help boost college admissions, earn scholarships and/or experience a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, then you need to plan for getting recruited by college coaches. If you aren’t receiving regular attention from college coaches, and you don’t know where to start, SAS can show you exactly what to do.