Want to play soccer at the collegiate level?
The recruiting process is already a very complex, winding journey. Add in COVID, seasons being cancelled, the “dead period” continuing to be extended, as well as the NCAA granting another year of eligibility for current college student athletes. It’s now more overwhelming and stressful than ever before.
When does recruiting start?
Recruiting is starting earlier and earlier each year, especially at the Division 1 level. Depending on your experience/level, the process begins when you’re a freshman. In most cases, we advise that athletes start the recruiting process before their junior year.
What are the steps?
In The Net can walk you through the process step by step with a hands-on approach to find the right fit for you academically and athletically. How to create a list of potential schools, composing concise introductory emails, creating a highlight video accentuating your strengths, when to/where to/how to schedule official and unofficial visits. ITN will also map out the latest NCAA rules, phone calls with coaches, ID camps and if they’re important, as well as answer all your questions.
A VERY different process than the NCSA, NSR, ISR, or Prepstars email-based services who spam college coaches’ in-boxes with your link every few months. Which also, often sends other players info with your profile in the same block email to coaches.
With In The Net, our team will reach out and talk to other coaches directly, give players straight-forward advice, and help counsel them for negotiating offers leading up to signing.
Two former Division 1 college coaches with over 40 years of experience combined, one current Division 2 coach, one former Division 3 coach, one former Junior College coach, and one former Division 1 full scholarship student athlete that played professionally.
In The Net has become a trusted staple in the NH/MA sports community for over 10 years.
Sample of In The Net success stories:
Oklahoma University. University of Arizona. Florida State. University of Florida. Georgetown. Quinnipiac. Virginia. UMass. Seton Hall. Princeton. Cornell. University of Rhode Island. Assumption. Stonehill. Keene State. Bentley. University of Maine. SNHU. RPI. Maryland. Notre Dame. University of Southern California. UNH and WPI.
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