The Recruiting Process is filled with questions for student-athletes and their families. When should I start looking at colleges and universities? When can colleges and universities start looking for me? Am I good enough to play at the next level? How do I get exposure to college coaches? What is my role as a parent in the college recruiting process? What is the role of my high school coach in the recruiting process? Why do some student-athletes get offered and still others get overlooked? What role does academics play in the recruiting process?
Since 2005 Midwest Collegiate Scouting has been here to answer those questions. We work with the family and the student-athlete to provide the tools needed to correctly market the student-athlete to college coaches. We provide dedicated and motivated student-athletes the exposure, education and guidance they need. With the use of our "Recruiting Assistant" software, and over 25 years of experience on all sides of the recruiting process, we want the student-athlete to find the best academic, athletic and social fit in a college or university. In the end it's about using college athletics to assist the student-athlete in obtaining a college degree!
To achieve success on the playing field it takes the full effort of a "team". That same principle can be applied to the college search process. We would like to be part of your team!
Where will the process take you?
"We started late but, after MCS began circulating our son's video and profile the interest increased dramatically. In the first month after hiring MCS he had over 40 scholarship schools contact him, multiple calls and school visits by coaches. During the course of the senior year the D1 offers started coming in!"
“Success is like anything worthwhile. It has a price. You have to pay the price to win and you have to pay the price to get to the point where success is possible. Most important, you must pay the price to stay there.”
"Using Midwest Collegiate Scouting was simply some of the best money we have ever spent on our child. Our son fulfilled a life long dream and we saved over $150,000 in college costs!"