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  • December 15, 2018
    11:00 am - 12:30 pm


Recruiting season starts before you are ready. No one ever has everything together before they need it. This workshop will help you navigate through the hectic process and help you determine where you need to be, starting exactly where you are.

*****Do you know the answers to these recruiting questions?*****

Have you started the process of being recruited but wonder how to get traction and visibility?

Are you unclear of what steps to take weekly and monthly to make progress athletically so coaches see you as a viable player?

Do you know the requirements needed to meet your college goals?

Do you know where to register to begin the college sorting process?

Do you as a parent know what you should do to support you child to succeed without appearing in charge?

Do you know the 6 tools you need as a player and how they are evaluated?

Do you want more insight into the recruiting process and how it will help you get to college?

Do you want to know the 3 crucial things you should be doing right now to start the process?

Do you want to know the 1 thing you should stop doing to increase your chances of success in recruiting?

If you are looking for the answers to the above questions, this seminar is for you.
This seminar is for you if you want to take your athletic game to the college level.
This seminar is for you if you want to know what is required to move forward as a sophomore.
This seminar is for you if you have doubts about what recruiting work need to be done and when to do it.

You don’t have to navigate this frustrating process alone.

Trying to determine whether you child should start the process is nerve wrecking. If you don’t start you end up missing out on having enough time and if you do start what am I supposed to do to first?
The recruiting process for an athlete can be a confusing and frustrating experience if you have not gone through the process. Many parents and athletes make common mistakes that can be avoided if they have the right information. Some people believe they can navigate the process and don’t need help, but most end up running into a problem and can’t figure out what to do next.

Our recruiting seminars are set up to help you navigate for your current grade year so you know specifically what to do, how to do it and when to do it. You are given a roadmap for the next 12 months to help you properly navigate the tricky situations regarding recruiting.

Our programs have helped over one thousand athletes get to the next level of their athletic experience. We endeavor to help athletes get the knowledge they need to be prepared for the upcoming opportunities.

The recruiting seminar will help you do the following things:

-Determine your priorities
-Learn what you need to do over the next 12 months for the recruiting process
-Role of the athlete
-Do’s and Don’ts as a parent
-Information about student athlete responsibilities
-Establishing contact with coaches
-Knowing when a coach is legally allowed to speak with you and when he can’t respond
-How to think about choosing the right college
-What the different divisions (D1, D2, D3, JuCo, NAIA) mean as an athlete and how it applies to you
-What makes a good college program and why you should care
-The camps colleges recruit from
-How to determine if you are being recruited


Get the action items and road map you need to know to get where you want to be. This session includes a workbook, templates and timeline overview. This is your opportunity for a Question and Answer session regarding recruiting with Erik Johnson. There will not be additional open time slots for casual recruiting conversations with Erik during the season. This is a great chance to learn, discuss and discover what you should do to seize the best possible outcome for your student athlete.

Who can attend?
This session is for 1 parent and 1 child. Exclusive to the same family. (30 people total only)

Should my child attend?
Yes. In order for both parent’s and players to understand their role in the process both parents and players should attend together. However if this is not possible please inform us as soon as possible. email info at

Is it too late to start the process?
No, it isn’t too late to start the process as a Sophomore. But realize that Freshman have already begun this process. Starting now will improve your chances of getting clear on where you fit both academically and athletically. Our statistics have shown that the earlier you start the recruiting process the better your results are for your future.

What should I bring?
Please bring a notebook or paper, pen, and any prepared questions you may have.




Venue Phone: (925) 406-4785

16 Crow Canyon Ct., Suite 110, San Ramon, California, 94583, United States

This event will be held at our office location in San Ramon, California.

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