College Exposure Services


Only 5% of HS student-athletes receive multiple scholarship offers. The remaining 95% are "sleepers" - talented student-athletes who are simply under the radar do to a lack of consistent exposure. With PrepStar you don't have to wait to be discovered! PrepStar evaluates your son's or daughter's academic and athletic abilities, GPA, test scores (SAT +/or ACT), highlight video, and preferences, and more - then sets into motion the most comprehensive, proven, and powerful recruitment machine ever developed, including:

  • Student-Athlete Player Profiles
  • Expert produced Video Highlights
  • E-Profile Targeted Marketing Campaigns
  • Targeted Mail Campaigns
  • Dedicated Recruiting Experts

Relationship Marketing - More than 30 Years of Personal Relationships Through our proven maximum exposure program and one-to-one relationships, PrepStar has achieved a remarkable 95% success rate in helping qualified college-bound student-athletes get scholarships and financial aid for college.


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Success Stories

Jonathan Duncan

Hello, CSA-PrepStar PrepStar helped our son Jonathan Duncan secure a scholarship to CSU in Baseball, it was great and probably the best $2,000 I ever spent. I am writing to you about a young man named Troy Picker, a senior, who plays baseball for Granger High in West Valley City, Utah. He plays shortstop and bats 392 and has a GPA of 3.6 or better. Do you have a rep here in Utah?

Bob Duncan
Sean Creadick

As of today, Sean has received over 40 letters! He has heard from many of his top 20 schools like UCLA, Boise State, Georgia, Ohio State and Florida. He has received correspondence from all of the Ivys and the military academies. Boise State has written several times and BYU, not one of his choices, has sent about four letters and has invited him to attend spring practice and Junior Day. To be honest, it's pretty overwhelming to fill out all of this paperwork for each school. Once again, thanks to CSA-PrepStar and you for your good work. It is really paying off for Sean. Hopefully he will do well at the Nike Camp at USC.

Parent
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