1-2-3 How recruiting can easily go viral

Do you know who Marisa Arriaga is? Monday, her amazing hit trick video went viral. After her video went viral, it’s safe to say Marisa Arriaga has gained more popularity than she ever imagined.

College athletic recruiting works a lot like that. With the right kind of exposure a student- athlete goes from a total unknown one day to being known by every college coach the next.

Answer these questions to determine if recruiting exposure is needed?

  1. My student-athlete is one of the best athletes on the team and one of the top players in the league

  2. My student-athlete works harder in and out of the classroom than his/her peers

  3. My student-athlete is totally committed to playing college athletics and earning a scholarship

Parents, if you answered all three questions with a “Yes!” then it’s time to start getting the recruiting recognition that your student-athlete deserves.

So, if you answered yes to all three of these questions you have 3 recruiting options.

  1. Try to figure out a fancy trick, record it and hope it goes viral.

  2. Do nothing at all.

  3. Contact me through the comment sections so I can connect with you to lay out a plan to get your athlete the national recognition they deserve!

Prepstar student-athletes get evaluated by thousands of college coaches everyday!

I guarantee, with Prepstar your student-athlete’s recruiting will go viral.

Recruiting, recognition, results….that’s what your student-athlete deserves!

Let’s go viral today!

Coach Mike

Coach Mike Woosley is a National Scouting Director at CSA-PrepStar. As a professional collegiate sports scout Mike coaches qualified next level student-athletes through the recruiting process to find the right college athletic and academic fit.



2 thoughts on “1-2-3 How recruiting can easily go viral

  1. My Name is Johnnie Walker I am a 17 Year old junior All Conference player. My Gpa is currently a 2.7 and I was voted Mvp For my Solphmore year and also most improved. I have seen your website and I hope you can help


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