As we begin our 24th (2018) year, we are expanding our recruiting services to other sports. Almost 80% of the boys and girls from HLC’s AAU Basketball Teams have gone on to play college athletics. The national average is less than 10%.
We now offer HLC’s College Recruiting Program. We will assist high school student athletes in the process of reaching their goals of playing college athletics. HLC will walk you through the recruiting process and teach you how to get your name on college coaches short list. We will work with boys and girls 9th – 12th grade. These sports include:
- beach volleyball
- cross country
- field hockey
- ice hockey
- la crosse
- spirit squad (cheer-leading/ dance team)
- track and field
- water polo
Players in this program will also have a accountability coach to make sure they are following up with their responsibilities. Please contact our office at 920-929-9008 or email us at email@example.com to set up a meeting.
“My son has had a dream since he was in 5th grade to play football at the BIG SHOW. While he is currently 17 and a junior in high school we were lost as far as how to contact college coaches and what direction to take. We reached out to Cheryl Mohr for some guidance and direction. Cheryl was amazing. She is full of knowledge and knowledge with a great price. Before contacting Cheryl I almost dropped $3,000 into a program that they could help us with this process. Thankfully we did not take that route. Cheryl did more for us and my son than the other program. Beyond my expectations at such an extreme value for everything we have received. My son has followed the guidelines set up with HLC’s College Recruiting Program and he has been contacted now by 7 colleges with 3 Junior Day invites and a D. I College Coach stated, ‘we are recruiting you, more details to come.’ I thank Cheryl and the HLC College Recruiting Program she has implemented and for all that they have done! Great things to come for my family and we could not have done this without Cheryl and her vision and passion to continue to influence the next generation.”