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Recruiting Tips
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Future 500 Helps You Be One of the 5%

FUTURE 500 HELPS YOU BE ONE OF THE 5%

5.6% of high school soccer players go on to play soccer in college. The college recruiting process is complicated and stressful. 30 years of experience with the journey from high school to college soccer has taught us as much. Add to the complexity, there are literally thousands of athletes competing for limited soccer roster spots.

5 Things You NEED To Do To Get Recruited

According to NCAA Data, roughly 5% of high school players get recruited to play college soccer. The truth is that college teams have a lot of prospective players to select. Depending on the college, you are most likely competing with hundreds of recruits for only 4 – 10 roster spots. Most players are taking the process seriously and doing all they can to get recruited, and so should you. Below are the 5 essential things you NEED to do to increase your chances of getting recruited. 1. Complete EVERY Soccer Questionnaire Almost every college team has a questionnaire that is available for prospective students to fill out. read more

A BIG CAMP WITH SMALL CAMP FEEL IN 5 UNIQUE WAYS

How can an ID Soccer Camp as large as Future 500 offer the benefits of a small soccer camp, while featuring over 85 top academic Colleges and Universities at EACH Camp? With great planning and organization, it can be achieved at a very high level. Here’s how: 1. Future 500 provides a carefully selected mix of top NCAA Division 1, 2 and 3 colleges that are ACTIVELY LOOKING for talented soccer players. No camp in the country offers a more balanced combination of NCAA Division 1, 2 and 3 colleges – and ALL 85 + colleges are actively looking for talented student athletes. read more

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