ADVANCED EXPERT

RECRUITING SUCCESS EXPANDER

FOR BOYS AND GIRLS

Ph. 304.400.4703 or Toll Free 855.836.2830

SPACES ARE LIMITED!

FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED!

Hear from a few of the student-athletes and their parents that Greg's Recruiting Success Expander program has helped.

Kalissa Lacy
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Patrick Herlihy
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Cloey Frantz
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Jaret Griffith
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So, YOU want to play college basketball?

I’m assuming you are pretty good. Every dream has potential...but not without an action plan to make your dream a reality.

FRUSTRATED?  LOST?  UNSURE? 

Not getting the recruitment you deserve?

Not being recruited at a high enough level or not at all? Stuck with paralysis of analysis?

MAYBE I CAN HELP

NO MATTER YOUR LEVEL:

D-I

D-II

D-III

JUCO

NAIA

TAKE FULL ADVANTAGE OF

YOUR

LIFE CHANGING OPPORTUNITY

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THE BIG PROMISE
I am going to show you how to get the attention of college coaches and increase your recruiting chances by 1,000% by using the knowledge that I acquired over my 40-year coaching career.

BEING EDUCATED IN THE RECRUITING PROCESS IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WHAT WE WANT AND WHAT WE GET.  OPPORTUNITIES ARE THERE!

I am going to teach you how to get a basketball scholarship or position yourself to land as a player on a college roster. I AM GOING TO TEACH YOU: 1) WHAT TO DO; 2) WHEN TO DO IT; 3) HOW TO DO IT.

For every boy or girl who gets a scholarship, there are 50 players just like them who do not get a scholarship.

Every player's recruiting journey is different. No two recruitments are the same.

THE BIG PROBLEM
  • Lack of Knowledge of Players and Parents

  • Lack of Skills by the Player

  • Lack of Relationships … People who can help you

  • Lack of Exposure … Not sure how to get exposure

  • You know what you want … To play college basketball – BUT HOW?

 

DO NOT PUT YOUR FUTURE IN THE HANDS OF ANY HIGH SCHOOL OR AAU COACH. You must take control of your own destiny and future. My expert knowledge is key!

 

BEING EDUCATED IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WHAT WE WANT AND WHAT WE GET IN THE RECRUITING PROCESS. TAKE FULL CONTROL OF YOUR RECRUITING PROCESS!

 

There are two things that will never change with how players get recruited::

  1. You have to be good enough to attract coaches.

  2. Someone with basketball influence has to tell someone with a scholarship about you.

HOW I DISCOVERED THE SOLUTION
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As a High School All-American and WV Player of the Year, Greg was recruited by numerous colleges and universities. Through the guidance of his high school coach, the legendary Don Nuckols, Greg learned through first-hand experience the do's and don'ts of the recruiting world.

 

Greg became the youngest head college coach in the country at age 25 at the University of Pikeville. He was also the head coach at Marshall University and the University of Charleston. Additionally, Greg worked as an assistant at UCLA (winningest championship program in the history of college basketball – 11 National titles). Greg further honed his expertise in the complicated and extremely important aspects of college basketball recruiting.

 

Click here to read Greg's story and how he mastered the recruiting game.

GETTING RECRUITED AS A HIGH SCHOOL PLAYER
It comes down to 

5

THINGS
  1. Your Skills (mastery of fundamentals)

  2. Your Relationships (create support team with coaches, counselors, principal, AAU coaches, etc)

  3. Your Academics (combination of GPA and ACT/SAT scores)

  4. Your Exposure (your communication matrix how to tell the world about yourself)

  5. Knowing what to do, when to do it and how to do it!

CREATING YOUR PLAYER PROFILE

The 4 numbers that matter to every coach with a scholarship:​

  1. PPG (points per game)

  2. RPG / APG (rebounds per game/assists per game)

  3. GPA (grade point average)

  4. ACT / SAT (college entrance exams)

 

ALSO Highlight Video – properly edited and online accessible

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SIX MYTHS

  1. If I play AAU, I can play college basketball.

  2. My parents can buy my way onto a college team.

  3. My skills can be average and I can play college basketball.

  4. Grades do not matter / Attitude does not matter.

  5. You have to be an incredible player to play college basketball.

  6. It is easy to make it to the college level. 

THE SOLUTION

  • Setting realistic goals with your recruiting process

  • Map out your recruiting plan in writing / Create an action plan

  • Develop your skills to peak performance level (master the fundamentals)

  • Knowledge of academic requirements grades 9-12 (NCAA ACADEMIC CLEARINGHOUSE – 16 core courses / SAT & ACT)

  • Remember the Big Four 1) Skills; 2) Relationships; 3) Exposure; 4) Academics

  • Develop your recruiting materials (bio sheet, video, cover letter, etc)

  • Have great relationships with high school coach and AAU coach

  • Hang around people who have influence in basketball

  • Join the right AAU team / Do not waste time or your parents’ money

  • Associate with AAU team and coaches who are connected to college coaches who have scholarships

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Non Recruitable Athletes Have in Common:
  • Bad Grades

  • Lazy

  • Not coachable

  • Takes days off

  • Only thinking D1

  • Disrespectful

  • Not accountable

  • Blames the coach & others

  • Lack of attention to details

ABSOLUTE TRUTH:

College basketball is made up of pretty good players. Only a few play in the NBA. Most college players on a college team average less than 6 points per game. So, it’s great that you may be the best, but being pretty good is good enough if you know
WHAT TO DO, WHEN TO DO IT AND HOW TO DO IT.  LET’S GO! 

CALL TODAY TO HELP ACHIEVE YOUR DREAMS!

Ph. 304.400.4703 or Toll Free 855.836.2830
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“My daughter is Kalissa Lacy...2020 WV PLAYER OF THE YEAR as a junior. Her goal was to play Division I. She just signed a Division I scholarship with EASTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. A year ago, she had nothing happening with her recruiting. I asked for Greg’s help. Once we met, he put together a marketing campaign which ignited her recruitment. We got our full-ride prior to her senior season. Greg knows recruiting like the back of his hand. If your daughter can play and has grades, you need to hire this guy.”

Jerry and Karen Lacy

Parents of Kalissa Lacy

D-I Signee at Eastern Kentucky University