College Sports Recruiting August Seminar --Atlanta
The College Recruiting Seminar is a fun and interactive event for both the parents and the high school athlete who want to play at the college level. Coaches send your best players with their parents.
This is a free informational event for parents and high school athletes. The event will be lead by Jay Holgate, a regional scout for Metro Atlanta. Jay is also a frequent guest on sports radio around the South.
The goal is to help parents better understand the recruiting process, how the NCAA works and help your athlete get on track to get a college scholarship as early as possible.
Competition for athletic scholarships is at an all-time high. Therefore it is necessary to use every advantage available to get ahead of the pack.
This seminar will be the first step in improving exposure, connecting to college coaches and getting on the right track to securing a college scholarship.
Limited seats available for this event. No admittance at event without pre-registration.
Additonal speaking request may be sent to email@example.com
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2014 Recruiting Classes---End of July
6) Texas A&M
11) Ole Miss
RECRUITING: 5 Star Lawson Re-Commits to Auburn Milton (Ga.) five-star defensive end Carl Lawson reaffirmed his commitment to Auburn on Sunday following his official visit.
SEC Recruiting Ranking 1-24-13
8) Texas A&M
11) Ole Miss
16) South Carolina
21) Miss State
RECRUITING: Bulldogs Get JUCO Safety
LEDGER ENQUIRER- Shaquille Fluker of East Mississippi Community College has become the second defensive back in as many days to commit to Georgia.
Fluker, rated a four-star prospect, announced for the Bulldogs on Tuesday, according to Dawgs247.com. Paris Bostick of Tampa committed on Monday.
RECRUITING: Vols Get In-State Athlete
THE TENNESSEAN- Northeast’s Jalen Reeves-Maybin, a member of The Tennessean Dandy Dozen, announced Friday he’ll be playing football at Tennessee.
Reeves-Maybin, who is 6-1, 210, rushed for 1,468 yards on 170 attempts and 31 touchdowns, passed for 1,267 yards and 15 touchdowns and also had 103 tackles.
Reeves-Maybin also considered Vanderbilt, Ole Miss, Georgia Tech and Louisville.