Navigating the recruiting process of collegiate athletics
Frequently Asked Questions
I was the recruited athlete, the college coach, and the college recruiter. I know this entire process more extensively than most recruiting services and from different angles. With over 800 coaching contacts across all sports and divisions, I can share beyond the sport I played and coached.
No. I give athletes the information they need to better their chances at being recruited. It is up to the athlete to apply that information.
Send an email to email@example.com. I will guide you through the rest.
It depends. I either fly to the destination for club and group presentations or I use Skype for a single athlete and family. Since I have clients all over the country, this is the best way to share information while keeping everyone in a comfortable setting.
Absolutely. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with some of the specifics and I will do the rest.
Yes of course. I charge per session not per athlete. As long as all your athletes are interested in taking the same seminar then the family is only charged for that seminar. If all three athletes want different seminars then they are charged for each seminar.
It depends. If you are a senior and have already had some guidance but need help with one piece of the puzzle then one seminar may be all you need. But if you are a freshman and are just getting started then you will need more than one piece to the puzzle. All the seminars are important pieces to understanding what coaches want.
Paying for seminars or consultations are done via a PayPal invoice if Skype is used. Otherwise, checks and credit cards can be used for payment.
The credit cards accepted are Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.
Email me at email@example.com with what you are looking for. I’ll help you chose the best seminar or whether an individual consultation is a better fit.
I only do individual coaching for field hockey. After playing and coaching for over a decade, it is the only sport where I have the most specific knowledge to teach others.
I do offer strength and condition coaching in all sports.
Absolutely. I have worked with athletes throughout their high school career guiding them through each step of the process. This is a very hands on approach compared to the seminars. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
I called Kim with Kinsella Connections to get a better idea on what we needed for our daughter. Kim was able to not only tell us how to contact coaches effectively but also gave our daughter an extensive strength and weakness analysis with drills to improve on both. The information Kim gave was the best investment we could have made for our daughter’s dreams.
Steve N. parent of 2017 athlete Baltimore, MD January 20, 2016