Our number one role is to provide a platform in which student athletes can showcase their athletic and academic talents to college programs across the country as well as provide information about the athletic and academic requirements for high school graduation, college admission and athletic participation.
A rising student athlete in the ninth grade is vastly different from the rising student athlete entering his/her senior year.
During the rise of his/her ninth grade school year most exceptional athletes begin to wonder about college and all of the opportunities their athletic talents can take them.
A student-athletes sophomore year is often humbling as they began to experience the competitive landscape of high school athletics.
“The freshman and sophomore years are great times to introduce your student-athlete into the Elite Prep Qualifiers System because it can gain them exposure and keep them focused within an informative sphere of influence regarding college sports and academics.”
Exceptional student-athletes entering their junior and senior years began zeroing in on two possibilities. #1 The colleges they’ve always dreamt of attending either as a walk on student or on an athletic scholarship and #2 The colleges which are currently pursuing them and/or likely to earn an athletic scholarship. We’ve found that many students will abandon their top school choices in order to pursue playing in college where an athletic scholarship is extended.