Will College Sports Ever be the Same? RateMyCoaches.com Acquired by CoachGrader.com to Become the Largest Collection of Student Athlete Coach Ratings and Reviews.

CoachGrader.com, a free online college coach rating and review website with more than 30,000 college coach profiles across 5,000 colleges and universities, has recently acquired RateMyCoaches.com, a competitor website that, in addition to college coaches, specializes in club team and high school coach ratings and reviews.

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"CoachGrader.com was founded on a simple idea – if you were being recruited to a college team, wouldn't it be nice to know exactly what you were signing up for?" C.J. Robinson

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) August 28, 2014

CoachGrader.com, a free online college coach rating and review website with more than 30,000 college coach profiles across 5,000 colleges and universities, has recently acquired RateMyCoaches.com, a competitor website that, in addition to college coaches, specializes in club team and high school coach ratings and reviews. Both websites were founded to assist student athletes who are considering joining teams to hear from coaches’ previous players about coaching styles and what to expect as a player. “We strongly believe that these user-generated ratings and reviews give high school recruits valuable insight to a coach's coaching style, game strategy and even personality,” said owner C.J. Robinson.

"RateMyCoaches.com gives us an additional venue to rate high school club coaches as well. In order to get to the collegiate level, high school athletes need to be coached by individuals who can help prepare them for taking that next step. Our intention is to help those athletes in researching coaches who are the right fit for them and be prepared for what to expect,” Robinson added.

The acquisition enables the sites to share databases and enhance research options for visitors. In addition to reviews, CoachGrader.com includes a comprehensive listing of college coaching job opportunities, so active and potential coaches visit the site frequently. “Both of the sites are also intended to help coaches learn what kind of impact they are making on their players. Not only is the research important for players, but coaches learn from it as well,” Robinson added.

Student athletes are encouraged to be part of the conversation by submitting reviews of their current and former coaches. For more information on how to participate, visit http://www.CoachGrader.com or http://www.RateMyCoaches.com.