How Athletic Quest Can Help your Athlete in the Recruiting Process

What’s the role of Athletic Quest in college recruiting? “We’re here to help the student move from number 1,000 on the college list to somewhere in the top ten on the same list so they will get looked at immediately. We have all been college coaches, we fully understand what has to be done for college recruiting and athletic scholarships, how it needs to be done, and to make sure no pieces of the college recruiting puzzle are missing. After assessing student athletes on paper, we’ll narrow the field from tens of thousands of potential clients down to only a couple of thousand student athletes we will work with every year in a one on one setting with a college coach mentoring the family.” reports Scott.

The team of former college coaches leave no stone unturned when it comes to profiling their student athletes for football recruiting, basketball recruiting, and 43 other sports.  We develop student athletes into college prospects.  We help them obtain athletic scholarships and 14 other types of funding scholarships for college. “We get down to the minute detail of an athlete’s profile,” comments Coach Scott, “which is much different than general information profiles.” Specific questions help complete the profile that separates our student athletes from the masses. For example, what’s your 40-time? Baseball 60-time? What’s your wing span? Vertical jump? Bench press and squats? Statistics? Batting average? On-base percentage? Three-point %? Free-throw %? And much more by each individual sport.  Depending upon your sport, what are your times?“

 Athletic Quest has thousands of college recruiting success stories to share — many of them based on accelerating the academic level of student athletes. “Robert Turbin grew up in Oakland, CA and had to raise his grades to raise his level.” says Scott, “We’re really proud of the fact that we played a role in that achievement.  When we started working with him during his junior year in high school, his GPA and SATs needed work. We worked hard with him for a year to prepare him as a prospect and to prepare him academically, and then boom — he was signed for a full scholarship at Utah State University. Now he’s a running back with the NFL Seattle Seahawks and has won a Super Bowl Championship.   

“We’re like doctors — we diagnose the athlete, assess the situation, and then fix key issues and problems as well as better prepare student athletes as college prospects,” says Scott.