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Can YOU play
college sports? 

YES. YOU. CAN. 


BUT, JUST WANTING IT ISN'T ENOUGH.

EVERY SUCCESSFUL COLLEGIATE ATHLETE HAS 

TWO IMPORTANT THINGS IN COMMON: 

#Go Mental:


Your mindset is the core ingredient as it controls everything else about your future potential. Do you embrace your own potential to change? Do you take responsibility for your own effort & hard work? Do you accept that failure is not only ok, but essential to your development? Do you use mental skills such as goal setting, visualization, and self -talk? 



Access to NCAA/NAIA Coaches:


Tournament play is not enough. With thousands of athletes at a tournament spread across dozens of fields, it is hard to develop a personal relationship with college coaches. Do you personally know 10 college coaches? Have you received direct, written feedback from a college coach? Has a college coach seen you play in gameplay and in a training environment? 


AT THE EXACT SPORTS
MULTI-COLLEGE ID CAMP
​PLAYERS WILL:

  • Build relationships with many, many NCAA coaches
  • Get 1-on-1 feedback from a college coach
  • Play competitive games with other 8th-12th graders that are future college athletes like YOU
  • Learn mental performance techniques essential for both high school & college success
  • Improve NCAA & NAIA odds of getting a roster spot
  • Have fun with us! Players and parents love EXACT

Here's a case study of three EXACT players, all from different backgrounds, who achieved the same result. Their names are Kennedy Berschel, Andres Quevado, and Sidney Atchison. 


Each player attended an EXACT event in a different season. Kennedy chose a 1 Day spring camp in St. Louis. Andres attended a three-day camp in Dallas. Sidney came to our 1 day winter camp in Illinois.


All three players had interest from college coaches before attending camp. But, they knew it wasn't enough. While they each certainly had college potential, it was their attitude that took them to the next level. They were committed, not only to improving their play, but taking ownership of the entire college process: expanding their networks, learning to sell themselves, and going mental.


They met every single coach at camp. They told the coaches what made them special as a player and person. And then, they proved it on and off the field.


After impressing at camp, they made sure to follow up with the coaches they connected with. After months and years of hard work, they all gave their commitment to play at the college level. 


Will you do the same? 

KENNEDY BERSCHEL

 University of Illinois (Big 10) Commit 

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It's never too early to start building relationships with coaches. I met many coaches early on in my career, which helped me stand out at other events. 


Attended: EXACT ID Camp in Spring

ANDRES QUEVADO

Syracuse University (ACC) Commit

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Follow up with coaches that you personally meet. Whether they respond or not, it's important to keep in touch with coaches you've built relationships with. 


Attended: EXACT Academic 50 ID Camp in Summer

Sidney Atchinson

University of Northern Colorado

(Big Sky) Commit

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Take control of your college process-- make sure you understand the rules, meet many coaches, and get direct feedback from coaches.


Attended: EXACT ID Camp in Winter