High School Athletes Get Noticed by College Coaches Who Keep Track of the Students on the Internet

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College sports recruiting web site that allows coaches and scouts to search via sport, region, state, and position. Designed for smaller schools who have small recruiting budgets and must depend on local athletes.

College sports recruiting with a twist? High school coaches, parents and high school athletes listen up. A new web site out there is helping get a message to everyone across the nation. Standoutprofiles.com is a web site that allows students the chance to be seen by all recruiters at the next level. However, they remind everyone that most all kids will not be contact by any large university about playing sports at the next level. There are very few students who get that chance and half of the battle is being noticed. The web site also tries to educate people to understand that just because your son or daughter was not recruited by a major university that does not mean they cannot play at the next level. Remember there are hundreds of smaller schools out there who also give free tuition wavers. The web site was designed for colleges without the large recruiting budgets of the largest schools. So, if you son was the 6th man on the high school basketball team there is room for hope he can play ball at the next level. That level may be Jr. college, div III, or div II but at least its the possibility of a free education.

Standoutprofiles.com also makes it easy for the recruiters to keep track of local talent for both men's and women's sports. The web site allows the students the ability to list their GPA, test scores, sports stats, and coach contact information. After reading the "about us" page on their web site you conclude that not only do they make a strong case for why the web site works but they really do care that students get to a college. Its appearance is pleasing and the layout is very easy to navigate. The search allows coaches to locate students via, sport, region, state, and position. This is sure to please many coaches and recruiters who have little time in their busy routines. Make your self standout is their motto and if you read their information you may just walk away with a good idea of how to start your attempt to play sports at the next level.


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