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LANIER FOOTBALL COLLEGE RECRUITING OVERVIEW. Role of a high school program Who gets recruited? Eligibility The Lanier recruiting program 10 step process review. LANIER FOOTBALL ROLE OF THE PROGRAM. Can we get your son a scholarship?

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LANIER FOOTBALLCOLLEGE RECRUITINGOVERVIEW

  • Role of a high school program

  • Who gets recruited?

  • Eligibility

  • The Lanier recruiting program

  • 10 step process review


LANIER FOOTBALLROLE OF THE PROGRAM

  • Can we get your son a scholarship?

  • What Lanier Football does to help your son pursue playing football at the college level

  • What should I do as a parent?


LANIER FOOTBALLWHO GETS RECRUITED?

  • Players who indicate a desire to continue playing

  • Players who stand out on film

  • Players who meet academic NCAA standards


LANIER FOOTBALLRECRUITING PROGRAM

  • STEP 1: Perform well academically and athletically


LANIER FOOTBALLRECRUITING PROGRAM

  • STEP 2: Begin with “Early and Often” testing attempts

    • Begin taking SAT and ACT during early fall of junior year

    • Re-take test to improve scores; your best sub score from different tests may be used

    • Writing component not used for qualifier status

    • Scores must be reported by the testing agency to the NCAA Clearinghouse


LANIER FOOTBALLRECRUITING PROGRAM

  • STEP 3: Prospect Inquiries made by colleges and services

    • Prospect list created and returned by coaches based on players who have indicated a desire to continue playing career (juniors and seniors primarily)

    • Prospect list includes strength, speed, and academic testing results


LANIER FOOTBALLRECRUITING PROGRAM

  • STEP 4: HIGHLIGHT VIDEO

    • Junior and Senior mid-season highlight DVD’s created

    • Players create list of 10 schools they want contacted on their behalf

    • DVD’s mailed out to the schools of players interest, as well as, any requested video


Player Info. Sheet Example

  • PLAYER INFORMATION SHEET

  • NAME:

  • POSITION:

  • JERSEY NUMBER:

  • HEIGHT:

  • WEIGHT:

  • ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE:

  • 40 TIMEBENCHSQUATVERTICAL

  • ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE:

  • SATMATHVERBALGPA


LANIER FOOTBALLRECRUITING PROGRAM

  • STEP 5: High volume mailers

    • Colleges and recruiting services create lists of potential athletes based on returned mailers, video, etc…

    • Prospects begin to receive high volume mailers sent out by colleges

    • Combine information sent out

    • Junior Day invites and open days mailed out


LANIER FOOTBALLRECRUITING PROGRAM

  • STEP 6: NCAA Clearinghouse

    • Parents meeting (Spring) to discuss NCAA Clearinghouse

    • Fill out NCAA Clearinghouse worksheet

    • Apply for NCAA Clearinghouse status at the end of junior year


LANIER FOOTBALLRECRUITING PROGRAM

  • STEP 7: College recruiters visit LHS

    • Coaches visit during spring to pick-up prospect sheets and video of prospects

    • Coaches attend spring practice to observe potential prospects

    • Recruiters may pick-up official high school transcripts

    • May leave college information for prospective athletes


LANIER FOOTBALLRECRUITING PROGRAM

  • STEP 8: SUMMER CAMPS

    • Players attend summer camps at school of interest to them

    • Players attend team camps

    • Players participate in combines


LANIER FOOTBALLRECRUITING PROGRAM

  • STEP 9: College contacts

    • College coaches may call once during May of junior year

    • No official visits allowed during junior year

    • No limit on unofficial visits junior year

    • Phone calls once per week beginning Sept. 1st of senior year

    • Off-campus contact permitted after Nov. 27th


LANIER FOOTBALLRECRUITING PROGRAM

  • Official visits allowed beginning day 1 of senior year

  • Only 1 official visit per campus

  • Only 5 official visits allowed

  • Evaluation and contacts up to 6 times during senior year

  • Mass mailers continue

  • Text messages allowed


LANIER FOOTBALLRECRUITING PROGRAM

  • STEP 10: Mid Season to Post Season

    • College coaches visit for Friday night game

    • Phone, mail, and text communication continues

    • Re-take SAT and ACT tests

    • Post Season Highlight DVD’s mailed out to colleges and recruiting services


LANIER FOOTBALLRECRUITING PROGRAM

  • LHS coaches attend Gwinnett County Recruiting Fair at the Gwinnett Arena

  • College coaches visit Lanier

  • Official offers made to prospective athletes

  • Official visits scheduled for uncommitted seniors

  • National Signing Day in February


LANIER FOOTBALL10 STEP REVIEW

  • STEP 1: Perform Academically and Athletically

  • STEP 2: Test “Early & Often”

  • STEP 3: Prospect Inquiries Made

  • STEP 4: Highlight Videos Created

  • STEP 5: High Volume Mailers Received


LANIER FOOTBALL10 STEP REVIEW

  • STEP 6: NCAA Clearinghouse

  • STEP 7: College Recruiters Visit LHS

  • STEP 8: Summer Camps

  • STEP 9: College Contacts

  • STEP 10: Phone, Mail, Text contacts; Official Visits, Offers…

    National Signing Day!


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