Jacksonville University Lands Guam High School Linebacker Keith Chauret III
Here’s His Recruitment Story. Yigo, Guam, February 3, 2016. Keith Chauret III, a linebacker at Guam High School, commits to play college football at Jacksonville University. Keith joined FieldLevel on…
Tusculum College Lands 2016 Defensive End Andre Jones
Here’s His Recruitment Story. High Point, North Carolina, January 28, 2016. Andre Jones, a defensive end at Southwest Guilford High School, commits to play college football at Tusculum College. Andre…
Ohio State University Lands 2016 Lineman Matthew Muterspaw
Here’s His Recruitment Story. Middletown, Ohio, January 25, 2016. Matthew Muterspaw, a lineman at Middletown High School, commits to play college football at the Ohio State University. Matthew joined FieldLevel…
Coach Interview Series: Rob McCoy (Niagara University)
FieldLevel interviewed Rob McCoy, head baseball coach at Niagara University to learn more about his background, his program, and how he recruits.
Coach Interview Series: Nicholas Derba (University of Maine)
FieldLevel interviewed Nicholas Derba, assistant baseball coach and recruiting coordinator at the University of Maine to learn more about his background, his program, and how he recruits.
Tacoma Community College Next Level: Where TCC Baseball Sends Their Players
Since 2012, the baseball program at Tacoma Community College (Washington) has sent over 20 of their sophomore players to 4-year schools to continue their education and baseball careers. TCC competes in the NWAACC and is led by head coach Ryan Mummert.
14 States + 3 Countries: How D1 Arkansas-Pine Bluff Recruited Their 2014 Roster
University of Arkansas-Pine Bluff’s 2014 roster is filled with recruits from 14 states and 3 countries.
From Unrecruited to DI Scholarship in Three Months
How a Junior College 1st Baseman From Nebraska Landed a Division I Scholarship In Under Three Months.
From Overlooked To Full-Ride: How a junior college pitcher earned a DII scholarship
Jacob Barron went to Novato High School in California where he played on varsity all four years. Despite being one of the top pitchers in his area, Jake didn’t get many looks from college coaches coming out of high school. Looking to continue his career, the only options Jake had were a $1,000 scholarship to Menlo College in California or a small, academic scholarship to Lewis & Clark in Oregon.
A Pitcher’s Perseverance: From Tommy John to College Scholarship
With college students starting classes in the coming weeks, the path to campus for athletes can vary significantly from other students. While many young athletes dream of playing in college, the chances of doing so are slim.
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