Parents / Guardians

Welcome Parent(s) - Guardian(s),

 Next Level Recruiting is pleased to announce that we have partnered with the Northside Independent School District to implement our College Athletic Recruiting Program for ALL Northside Athletic programs.

 

 Effective 1/1/2019 will be extending our program to all Student-Athletes on a by invitation only basis.

 

                        This is a voluntary program and no player is required to participate.

 

 The objective of this program is to give every student-athlete that has the desire to get a higher education and play college sports the tools they will need to compete for an Athletic/Other Scholarship opportunities. 

 ALL NISD  Players Freshman through Senior will be entitled to our extensive Basic Program which provides a complete player profile and all the information that a college coach needs to start the evaluation  process of a prospective Student- Athlete.

 

All players are eligible to choose other upgrade program options.

Parents: Visit website www.nextlevelrecruiting-usa.com to schedule your in-home consultation or call Coach Prince at 210-488-3287 for more information. 

 

Best Wishes

Earl Prince, NLR President of Recruiting Operations.

                                                           

Vance Bedford – NLR Sr. Recruiting Consultant

 Coach Bedford is a graduate of Hebert High School where he participated as a 3 year varsity football player earning him 1st team All State honors as a DB and was a member of the 1996 Texas State Championship he is also an alumni of the University of Texas-Austin where he was a four-year letterman and starter at cornerback as well as the defensive captain earning two-time All-Southwest Conference honors as a DB. Coach Bedford  last served as defensive coordinator at the University of Texas at Austin for head coach Charlie Strong. He was previously the defensive coordinator at the University of Louisville, where he also served under head coach Charlie Strong. He has served as defensive back coach at the University of Florida under Urban Meyer. He previously served as defensive backs coach under Lloyd Carr at the University of Michigan. He served in that same position for six seasons with the Chicago Bears, and also served two seasons as defensive coordinator at Oklahoma State University-Stillwater. (See Coach Bedford complete bio on our breaking news tab located under about us)

Liz Fuller – Video & Profile Operations Mgr.

 Liz is a graduate of Mesa High School, Mesa Arizona where she participated as a 3 year varsity player in Volleyball earning her 1st Team All State honors her Senior year. Liz graduated from Vanderbilt University with a master’s degree in Communication. Liz's primary responsibility is to ensure we produce quality highlight film that  we know College Coaches need to make a decision on a prospective recruit.

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                                        How Do we  Help you take your                          Education & Game to the Next Level

 

Next Level Recruiting provides 4 distinct phases of College Athletic Recruiting which make us one the leaders in the industry.

1. Character - Because our recruiting representatives are located locally, working directly with your head coach, we are able to attend most practices & games on a regular basis, this allows us to provide College Coaches with personal information on one of their most IMPORTANT questions about a prospective recruit, What type of person is he?  This is a unique aspect of Next Level Recruiting.

 

2. Evaluation - You must be evaluated by a trusted source your  (current coach).

 

3. Identification - You must be identified by college coaches/recruiters 

(They must know you exist).

 

4. Recruited - With the Student-Athlete, your head coach and Next Level Recruiting we will create a profile to present to our Nationwide network of college Coaches/Recruiters with a non-biased evaluation of our recruits.  

Find out Here, if you are REALLY being recruited

 

Knowing where you currently stand in the recruiting process is a critical part of your personal recruiting game plan. 

  According to 93% of College Coaches, it’s important for Student-Athletes to gauge the level of attention that you’re receiving from college coaches so that you know what to expect from the recruiting process.

 There are 3 levels of recruitment. See where you stand in the list below and find out from NLR the best way to move up a level or two and improve your chances of earning an athletic scholarship. 

 

Heavily Recruited

Heavily Recruited: These Athletes usually go on to participate at the Division I level.

Freshmen – At least one scholarship offer. Has receive an abundance of letters signed by coaches, questionnaires, camp invites and admissions information, and generous amounts of letters asking you to call or email. 

  • Sophomores – 3 - 5 scholarship offers and unofficial visit invites. Overflow of letters and evaluation at high school games and summer camps.

  • Juniors – 10 or more scholarship offers and 10 or more unofficial visits. Pre-evaluation from admissions. Multiple calls from coaches in April, May, June and July and asks for a verbal commitment.

  • Seniors – National Letter of Intent signing during the early signing period.

Moderately Recruited

Moderately Recruited -  Athletes may not end up at the Division I level, but there’s a good chance that they’ll find the right fit at Division II or Division III.

  • Freshmen – 1-3 letters signed by coaches, a few camp invites and some admissions information.

  • Sophomores – 3-5 letters signed by coaches, camp invites, admissions information, and questionnaires.

  • Juniors – 3-5 scholarship offers. A few handwritten letters and some calls in April, May, June and July. Evaluation at summer tournaments.

  • Seniors – 5 - 10 scholarship offers and 10 official visit invites. Pre-evaluation from admissions.

Not Recruited

Not Recruited athletes aren’t on coaches radar or they don’t realistically have the athletic ability to play at the collegiate level.

  • Freshmen – No recruiting materials.

  • Sophomores – A few camp brochures.

  • Juniors – Some camp invites, admissions information and questionnaires.

  • Seniors – Camp and tryout invite, admissions packets and unofficial visit offers only.

   (Not Recruited doesn't mean Not Recruitable)​