Below you will find useful information and links about the college scouting and scholarship process. Please take the time to browse and learn the necessary things that will need to be done by all the parents, players and coaches. 

Important Forms   What is a Winner?   Myths About Recruiting   Scouting Process Information   Scholarship Information

The player and parent are responsible for:

  1. Work hard in the classroom. Be eligible to play football.
  2. Display great character, work ethic, and commitment in the classroom, in the hallways, on the practice and game fields, and in the community.
  3. Be a team player first! Nobody wants a selfish player.
  4. Work hard in the off season, in the summer, and be an “all the time player”. 
  5. Display your ability and potential on every play that you are on the field. (practice or game)
  6. Play any position you can! Find a way to be on the field. You need film to show colleges.
  7. Take the SAT/ACT in the spring of your junior year, and take it as many times as possible.
  8. Meet all college level eligibility requirements.
  9. Complete the NCAA Clearinghouse Documentation.
  10. Complete the FAFSA Financial Aid Documents.

The coaches will do the following:

  1.  All student – athletes will be well coached and cared for each and every day.
  2. All student – athlete prospects will have a highlight film made.
  3. All student – athletes highlight films will be provided to colleges across the country, along with academic scores, test scores, and contact information for the player.
  4. All student – athletes will be promoted by talking with college coaches that visit, calling college coaches, and showing film of players to college coaches.
  5. All student – athletes will be promoted with a positive yet honest assessment of the player’s ability, commitment, work ethic, and character to all college coaches. 
The coach does not get you a scholarship. All of the above information gets you a scholarship!  The job of the coaches is to promote and advertise all prospective student-athletes. 

Adam Lane Twitch