Once your profile is looking like you want it to, you can create a FREE custom profile link to your mygotgame page.
That link becomes a powerful tools that you can use anywhere you are promoting your child to college coaches, recruiters, or scouts!
We also provide you access to our college coach’s directory where you can reach out to your child's target schools. The directory is searchable with filters based on your criteria.
A free mygotgame account required to purchase annual subscription to college coach database.
We offer a comprehensive recruitment guide to help you along the way. When your child is on the court or field, they can either wait for the ball to come to them or they can be engaged, anticipating, mentally involved and ready for the next play.
This is our same approach when it comes to recruiting and making your child available to the colleges that are they best fit for them. You can take control of the college recruiting within our system.
Their profile will be visible to college coaches, scouts, and recruiters.
We currently have custom profile types for:
Basketball, baseball, football, soccer, tennis, golf, lacrosse, and track and field
Basketball, softball, volleyball, soccer, tennis, golf, lacrosse, and track and field
If your child is a McDonald’s High School All American and listed in the Top Ten on all the ranking boards, then they probably don’t need any help from us. Nike or Adidas may already be at their door.
However there are thousands of other players and other D1, D2, D3, NAIA, and JUCO coaches that could be helped.
We recommend they start this process their first year in middle school or Junior High, basically about 7th grade or 12-14 years old. There are numerous stories of college coaches following kids in middle school.
We recommend as a general rule they start reaching out to college coaches their freshman year in high school to get the dialogue going and develop at least for now an online relationship. Have them go ahead and create their mygotgame profile in the middle school and junior high so by the time they hit high school they have some history. If they missed that start date, no problem – just get started now.