Recruiting Tips
& Blog

Recruiting Tips
& Blog

So What is Maximum Exposure?

Future 500’s Maximum Exposure Guarantee, ensures maximum exposure for every camper that attends a Future 500 ID Camp. This means that campers will be seen by every College Coach in attendance – often multiple times. We are not aware of a mid-to-large size College ID Camp in the country with a guarantee that LEGITIMATELY gets anywhere close to this. So how do we achieve this? Read more below.

1. SCHEDULING OF COLLEGE COACHES

Future 500 spends a tremendous amount of time optimizing the schedule read more

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

4 Tips On How to Decide On Your NCAA Division

Evaluating your own level of soccer ability is often a difficult, but important process. As a soccer player about to begin your college recruiting journey it is important to understand where you fit in, how good you are, and what divisions and schools you should be looking at. Usually parents don’t have a clear idea of what levels of ability are required at NCAA DI, DII and DIII schools. Even if you know what NCAA Division you should be aiming for. Following the 4 steps below will greatly assist you in evaluating what types of schools you should be applying to, based on your ability. read more

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