Helping mentor High School Student-Athletes, their parents & coaches through
the track & field recruiting process.
At Tier1, our goal is to help provide guidance to parents, student-athletes & coaches in understand what it takes to succeed at the next level. The recruiting process is one that many parents have questions on & how to go about handling all the many aspects of their child’s recruiting. It is very overwhelming & exciting at the same time. Our recruiting mentorship is to come along side the family to help them in how the business side of college recruiting truly works & what things college coaches are looking for in a prospect. With Coach Wickard’s mentorship you are getting guidance from someone who was at the NCAA Division 1 level recruiting high school athletes from all over the USA & International. He has flown across the country to do home visits, he has brought athletes in on official visits, he has sat behind closed doors of what conversations college coaches have when it comes to recruiting athletes for their programs. Who wouldn’t want to have a mentor that been there & done it?
Tier1 will teach the athlete and their parents exactly what college coaches and programs are looking for, what questions to ask, how to send emails, how does scholarship offers work, recruiting rules & the big things that college coaches cringe at that leads them to no longer recruiting that prospect.
Here are a few mentorship options we have available:
45 minutes to 1-hour private phone call - $85.00
Year-long mentoring program with direct communication - $300
Recruiting Educational clinics for high schools - Please contact us to tell us what your specific needs are to best personalize your college recruiting education for your team & their parents.
Leave us your information, and we will call you directly to discuss your child’s specific needs and goals.
Frisco, TX 75034
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