God knows what he is doing. You may not know it yet but your plan has already been written. Just keep pushing.
Seminar location solidified and set for Guilford College
Our Recruiting Seminar, October 23rd (K – 8 athletes) and October 24th (9 – 12), is picking up some good traction. This seminar is designed for every athlete without a scholarship. Our goal is to educate about the college recruiting process while also focusing on an athlete’s transition into the real world. Parents are encouraged to come. We will discuss the recruiting process and where each age group currently stands in the recruiting process. We will have all types of people there giving testimonies of their experiences. That’s just one aspect. We are also bringing in a few recruiting companies to give their input on the process.
Our goal is to make sure these kids, all of them, get access to proper recruiting knowledge. We don’t want to make people pay for knowledge that should be available for everybody. We are putting this on for free because we have encountered way too many families asking for discounts for our events and services. This means there are people who would love access to these basic things, they just don’t have the money. Long story short, we want each and every kid to get guidance on the most pivotal times of their life. So if you or your son haven’t yet earned a scholarship, come out to this and expand your vision for reality. We all have options and our job is make them visible for our athletes.
Your high school coach has been previously contacted about attending the event. If you have any further questions:
October 23rd and 24th
Friday Night Recap
We visited Western Alamance yesterday as they hosted top ranked Northern Guilford. It was a rainy night, ugly for football. Western seemed to have some type of extra energy as the pregame festivities unfolded. A lot of jumping around. It seemed to me that Western had grudges against Northern because of losses in the past. I don’t know if it was the rain but Northern came out a little flat. I expected CJ Freeman to have a big night because the ground game is a necessity to establish on a wet night. Western Alamance seemed to hold him at bay.
I was also there to watch Tucker Hord. He is a Sr Wr/Db that is looking for a college home next year. From what I understand, he had an awesome camp tour this summer while visiting the North Carolina D1 colleges. He has gotten a lot of game day invites from colleges like NC State and UNC but nobody has offered the dynamic athlete. I was there to watch him move and to see if there was a way for me to add him into the work I do with underexposed athletes. He didn’t have a big game unfortunately but I think I can do some marketing among the smaller schools to find this kid a home.
While at the game I also met the linebackers coach of Charleston Southern University. He was there checking out Tre McCullum of Western Alamance. He spoke highly of Tre and he believed Tre could do some big things for the D1 program. Tre is an awesome athlete but it also helps that Coach Josh from CSU played football for Western Alamance. That’s called connections.
1. Eastern Alamance (41 – 7 over Williams)
2. East Forsyth (31 – 30 over Page)
3. North Davidson (31 – 21 over Glenn)
4. Dudley (12 – 14 vs Richmond)
5. Page High (30 – 31 vs East Forsyth)
1. Christian Beal (East Forsyth) 102 rushing
2. Connell Young (Dudley) 60 rushing yards
3. John Lamot (Eastern Alamance) 260 total yards
4. Simeon Gatling (Dudley) 1 Int
Top Underexposed Performances:
1. Marcus Adams (Walkertown) 150 rushing
2. Daniel Graves (Graham) 168 total with 2 TD’s
3. Darius Pinnix (Western Alamance) 176 rushing
4. Tre McCollum (Western Alamance) 210 rushing with 3 TD’s
Once again, you are the man Andy!