There seems to be a lot of signing days. I guess it depends on what your version of a lot is, but in reality there are 3 signing days.
One in November (there might also be one in December, but I can’t remember), one in February (this past Wednesday), and one in April.
Most kids who play sports dream of doing it in college. In reality, only 1 to 2% of high school athletes ever get to fulfill that dream.
When kids come to work with our coaching staff, yes, playing in college is a goal for a lot of these kids.
I can’t say that if you train with our coaches, you will get to play your sport in college. There is a little more that goes into that scenario. But, training with us will hopefully INCREASE your odds of getting to fulfill that dream.
This past Wednesday, three of our athletes committed to playing their sport in college. All three, I’ve been told our EXTREMELY HAPPY with their decision.
Congratulations go to the following athletes:
- Raegan Ernst (Dublin Jerome) – Raegan will be running track next year at the University of Dayton. We’ve been working with Raegan since last June and hoping that she has an outstanding senior year of track.
- Maya Fuller (Dublin Jerome) – Somehow this was leaked out on Twitter (not by me). Maya will be running track next year at the University of West Virginia. Maya has been working with us since 8th grade. Really looking forward to seeing what she can do in college. But, FIRST…one more track season in high school. Get it done!!
- Alex Spiers (Bishop Watterson) – Alex has been working with us for a few years now and this fall will be playing soccer at Capital. Alex also runs track at Watterson and you know a certain someone is hoping he has a bang out senior year of track!!
Add these three with Andrew Shaffer (DeSales), who signed to play soccer at Bowling Green back in November, and that brings us to a total of 4 athletes. 4 athletes that trusted us with their training to get them to this point.
We have thoroughly enjoyed working with all of these athletes. We know the ride isn’t over yet, but want to say this is why you do this extra training.
You certainly don’t have to do it, but could you guarantee that you’d be in the same position if you hadn’t done it?? Guess we will assume probably not.
Congrats ladies and gents!! See you at your next training session.