Athletic Reform was created to help high school athletes receive a scholarship to play college football in a country where roughly 44 million people are burdened by student loan debt. There are limited opportunities to play football at the college level and the number becomes slimmer when you start talking about athletes who are on scholarship. Every athlete has the same dream of playing for a Division 1 school, but the most important thing is graduating college with the least amount of debt acquired. We believe in the term “strength in numbers” as we strive to give athletes as many options as possible, no matter the division.
Athletic Reform 7v7 Exposure Tournament Information
Athletic Reform 7v7 Exposure Tournaments were designed to help parents, athletes, and coaches conquer the vigorous recruiting process one location at a time. Our main priority is to ensure an athletic scholarships for each and every athlete who participates in one of our events. That is why we have gone above and beyond to create the ultimate recruiting platform for high school football players in our country.
Every athlete who is submitted on a 7v7 roster will enter our Athletic Reform Student-Athlete Database. We then create each athlete a scouting profile which includes their bio information, season highlights, 7v7 highlights, weight room accomplishments, alternate sport accomplishments, academic accomplishments, and personal achievements. Your highly descriptive athletic scouting profile is then published on our website and automatically sent to our college coaching connections which is compiled of 6 divisions, 65 conferences, and 649 colleges through our email response feedback system.
College coaches lack the time, resources, and funding to evaluate the 1.08 million high school football players in America. Many outstanding student-athletes get overlooked each year because they don't fully understand the recruiting process. It takes more than being a great athlete to play football at the college level.
High School Training Programs Need Professional Help
You would think with all the advances we have seen within the sports industry, that there would be many high school strength and conditioning coaches throughout our country, but that is far from the case. In 2017, it was estimated that roughly 15% of 25,000 high schools have hired strength and conditioning coaches to coordinate their sports exercise programs. Many high schools will use a coach or a teacher to coordinate the exercise programs for their respective teams.