"What Blake has created here has a one purpose, which is to guide high school athletes and their parents through what they need to do to get noticed by college coaches and transition from being a high school athlete to becoming a college athlete. His is a unique approach, a complete how-to, and a great resource for any parents or young athletes wondering what to do. Blake knows recruiting inside and out, and has put it all down in an easy to follow program."
Aaron Aaker. Aaron is the Director of Compliance and Eligibility at Boston College. Aaron was a scholarship athlete (cross country) for Kansas State University.
“I've known Blake since our days coaching against each other when MIZZOU was still in the B12. His teams were brutal. The one thing I've always known about Blake was how much he cared for his players. That's just who he is. And that's what you get if you work with him in this capacity. College athletics has evolved a lot in the last 20 years. And of late, COVID has certainly impacted this. If my kid wanted to play, and I just needed some help, I'd absolutely want my kid to work with Blake. He's knows this the way vets know animals, and he's not going to steer anyone wrong. You can spend a ton of money on some of these so-called expert services not knowing their backgrounds, or you can work directly with a former 20 year high-level NCAA Division I Head Coach who has actually recruited and signed kids to scholarships and knows this business inside and out and knows how to help you at every turn. To me, knowing Blake, this is an absolute no-brainer.
Joey Scrivano. Joey is the head tennis coach at Baylor University. He was a scholarships athlete (tennis) for E. Michigan University
“If you want to play your sport in college, you have to get yourself recruited. It starts there. And there is a wealth of information on how to get yourself recruited by college coaches in Blake's program. That's all this is about. He coached Division I athletes at the highest level for a long time. He knows the business, and knows exactly what he’s doing. He hits little details that are important, but that you could easily overlook. I wish I’d had anything like this when I came out of high school. It's a great program. Having reviewed it, I'd personally give it to anyone serious about playing college sports."
Michael Morin. Michael is a professional pitcher for the Los Angeles Angels. He was a scholarship athlete (baseball) for the University of North Carolina.
"I've known Blake for over 30 years. We competed against each other in high school and in college. When we later both coached, our teams played each other every year he was at Mizzou. Blake is a class act and loves helping people. I've known for a long time this area of guiding kids through the collegiate recruiting process was close to his heart. He was always very passionate about it. Now that I've seen what he's put together, which is amazing, I endorse it entirely. I wish I'd had something like this when I was in high school. Nothing is left out. To anyone in the business, it is clear this covers all you need. If you are wondering what to do to one day be a college athlete in any sport, you really need to order this program."
Kendell Hale. Kendell is the Head Tennis Coach at the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC). He was a scholarship athlete (tennis) at Northwest Missouri State. University.
"If you play soccer, or whatever sport, the complexities of making the jump from high school to college athletics can be intimidating. Blake's program covers that challenge better than anything I've ever seen. And this isn't just aimed at the top kids. While his approach makes sense for everyone, it will really resonate and make a difference for that middle to lower group of high school athletes. You'd have had to coached or maybe worked in college athletics to really see what Blake is doing here. It's all about understanding what to do, doing it, working the numbers to your favor, and going after an opportunity. It's about being proactive in the right way. I believe this is a very special program."
Sasho Cirovski. Sasho is the Head Soccer Coach at the University of Maryland. His teams have been NCAA National Champions twice. He was a scholarship athlete (soccer) at the University of Wisconsin.
"As a former #1 nationally ranked NCAA collegiate tennis player and Division I head coach I have seen both sides of the coin in college athletics. As a player you are aware of the competition in recruiting. But as a coach, I received hundreds of emails a month. In this era of multimedia recruiting you need to be able to stand out from the crowd, showcasing why a coach needs you on their team. With Blake's program you will be able to set yourself apart from the rest to be able to achieve your dream of playing at the next level. Hard work always pays off and if you want it bad enough, equipped with the proper knowledge, you will reach your goals."
Jennifer Gabou. Jennifer was the Head Coach at Florida Gulf Coast. She was an All-American scholarship athlete (tennis) at the University of Florida, and is the author of the best-selling book "NCAA Division I".
"I didn't have anything like this when I came out of high school and select baseball. It would have been so much easier if I did! Blake takes all the stuff that was nerve-racking for me, and just turns it into a process. He's upbeat, and lays everything out. It's easy to follow. As a former high-level Division I Head Coach, he obviously knows every corner of athletic recruiting. He gives you goals, challenges you, and supplies you with important to-do lists. He covers stuff you probably wouldnt' think of on your own and gives a great plan of action. He covers everything! His approach is upbeat, optimistic, funny, and like any good motivational coach - you are left believing this is something you can do. When you finish the program, you see the whole recruiting process differently because he's broken it down piece by piece, and given you a roadmap."
Mark Sappington Mark was a pitcher for the Kansas City Royals. He was a scholarship athlete (baseball) at the University of Missouri Kansas City (UMKC).