Why PrepStar

Historically less than 5% of high school student-athletes move on to compete on the collegiate level each year. With more than 7 million student-athletes participating in high school sports, the competition is fierce for the limited number of athletic scholarships and roster opportunities that are available on the collegiate level each year.

PrepStar bridges the gap between collegecoaches and qualified student-athletes in the recruiting process. PrepStar is not for everyone, but if you qualify as a PrepStar 360 prospect you will be well on your way to collegiate success. Each year PrepStar enrolls only 360 of the most highly qualified and deserving student-athletes per sport. These athletes make up our prestigious PrepStar 360 prospect teams. Other companies that you may be familiar claim to offer recruiting services but are nothing more than sales and marketing companies that sell their offerings (which is nothing more than a passive unverified posting on their website) to tens of thousands of athletes and their families each year. In summary, here are the benefits of becoming a PrepStar prospect:

  • The PrepStar Elite 360 Prospect Team is comprised of only 360 highly qualified college prospects each year per the sport they play
  • PrepStar is NOT a do-it-yourself website but instead provides you with a Personal Recruiting Coach that remains your recruiting partner until you sign your national letter of intent!
  • Over three decades of service helping student-athletes live their college dreams
  • The PrepStar Prospect Clearinghouse consists of more than 2,000 colleges and universities and over 32,000 college coaches on the Division I, II, III, NAIA and JUCO levels
With the ever rising cost of a 4-year college education, an athletic scholarship can save your family tens of thousands of dollars toward the cost of a higher education!


Success Stories

Chris Minck

Just thought you would like to get an update on Chris. He is starting for Kenyon College basketball at the point guard position. So far, a very young team is off to a slow start but Chris is averaging about 25 minutes /game, 5.4 pts and has an assist to turnover ratio of 24 a assists /15 t/os , best on the team. In addition, fall baseball went very well and he will be playing baseball at Kenyon as well and ha s a chance to be the starting CF. As you know Kenyon found Chris through CSA , so once again thanks since he is having a great time , getting a super education and still playing ball.

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Nate Ustianowski

Yesterday I received a phone call from the Alpha Academic Program Director at Abilene Christian and they have made recommendation to admissions for Nate to be accepted to ACU... no matter what his SAT score comes in at. It won't have the official until I get the call from the admissions office, but when I do, Nate has made his choice to ACU. Carson-Newman has also been in contact with us and Nate is in the process of being accepted there as they want him too. So, pl ease don't send out any further emails as the letters tend to be a bit overwhelming. Nate must have received contacts from over forty schools. Nate is thrilled!

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