Education and Support for High School / Club Coaches

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Written by Taylor Grigsby

My Roster

Add athletes to your roster, promote them to college coaches, update their profiles, and more from your Dashboard.
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How Do I Send Athlete Promotions?

Recommending your players to college coaches in your network is a great way to get your athletes in front of the right college programs.
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What Coaches Receive When Their Athletes Upgrade to Premium

Features and benefits for coaches when their athletes upgrade to FieldLevel Premium.
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My Connections

Expand your network, establish new recruiting pipelines, and create more opportunities for your athletes by connecting with college coaches.
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Promoting Your Athletes

Recommending your players directly to college coaches is a great way to help get more exposure.
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What Does It Mean to Release an Athlete's Full Profile?

To have access to a recruit's contact info, college coaches must request it from coaches directly.
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My Role vs. My Athlete’s Role

How you can use your college connections to help your athletes find opportunities at the next level.
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Celebrating Your Athletes' Commitments

How to announce your athletes' commitments and populate your Team Page to market your program's success.
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Target School Collaboration

Working with your athletes to target the right colleges.
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Helping Your Athletes With Offers

Help your players turn interest from colleges into offers and support them in their hunt to find the best program.
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Colleges Following Your Athletes

When your athletes start to get followed, it means that colleges have serious interest in them.
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