The Athlete Watch empowers families to take complete control in the college recruiting process for all sports!
It is SO-SO-SO IMPORTANT for your family to take a pro-active approach in the college recruiting process and not sit back and "hope" for a scholarship. We truly believe that when families are given truthful and accurate information in the college recruiting process, better decisions are made. It does not matter where you live or what sport you play, The Athlete Watch has designed THREE KEY TOOLS to help you go after your dream! Watch the video above to see why we are NOT a college recruiting service (this is HUGE)!
THREE KEY TOOLS for your family to take full control.
Tool #1 – Build Your Profile
We have designed a digital locker room that is so easy to navigate, your grandmother could use it successfully! Our digital locker room allows you to build, update and customize your student-athlete profile to how you see fit, anytime, anywhere. You will have access to our email and voicemail templates/worksheets, teaching student-athletes how to properly write an email to a college coach and what to say when leaving a voicemail. You will find a nutrition guide included in your profile which was formulated by U.S. Olympian and former professional football player, Johnny Quinn (also founder of The Athlete Watch). Did you know that only three people have played in the NFL and competed in the Winter Olympics? They are Herschel Walker, Jeremy Bloom and Johnny Quinn.
Your profile even comes with a four-year stat capture allowing you to showcase your entire high school career. To make a long story short, you will find a ton of awesome features to enhance YOUR profile for YOUR college recruiting process!
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Tool #2 – Create/Upload Your Video
Seriously, think about this for a moment... Once you have a highly polished recruiting video (not outdated, like from last year), it does NOT matter how many camps, showcases, tournaments or other events you attend, or don't attend. If you have a well built, finely tuned, professional recruiting video showcasing your talents and skills, you can NOW send it to college coaches on the east coast, west coast and all across the United States (more on how to do that in Tool #3). Remember, your family is in control of the college recruiting process, no one else. Trust us, you will want to remain in the driver's seat all the way up to signing day!
The recruiting videos we build for our student-athletes are a series of sport/position specific tests and drills, using fully automatic timing devices (lasers) to ensure accurate timing. No stop watches allowed in our recruiting videos (that's so 2002). We use high definition cameras and have access to other pro-style amenities creating first class recruiting videos for you to send to college coaches. For example, the recruiting videos we build for Football will look completely different than Golf, which look completely different than Baseball, which look completely different than Soccer, which look completely different than Volleyball, which...you get the point. Each recruiting video we build is customized to your sport and your position(s).
Already have good video? Excellent! Our profiles are designed with two default video slots, with the option to feature up to 10 videos! WOW, that is a lot of film!
Learn More About Our Recruiting Videos >>
Tool #3 – Connect With 25,000+ College Coaches
Your family will have unlimited access and unlimited searching capability to explore our powerful database of 25,000+ current college coaches at NCAA (Divisions I, II and III), NAIA schools and Junior Colleges. You can easily customize your search for colleges by:
- School Size
- Tuition Costs
- Division Level
- Class Rank
- SAT/ACT Scores
With FULL access to our College Coaches Database, instantly find college coaches names, emails, phone numbers and addresses in seconds. Not minutes, but SECONDS! No more late night "Google" searching, where you open up 15 web browser tabs, sending you on rabbit trails, but leaves you with nothing.
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What if I still want to attend camps, showcases, tournaments and other events where college coaches will be in attendance?
AWESOME! Go for it! But please understand this... You will not be the only camper there. In some cases, hundreds of athletes will be at the same camp you are attending. Not only do you need to be a top performer at the camp you are attending (that's a no brainer), you need to leave a lasting positive impression with the college coaches in attendance.
You stand out (in a GREAT way!) by handing college coaches your personalized student-athlete cards. Yes, you get to hand out your very own business cards to college coaches! Smart phones can scan your business cards, giving college coaches immediate access to your video, grades and other important information you have provided in your profile. Talk about making a GREAT first impression!
Learn More About Our Student-Athlete Cards >>
Build your profile. Create your video. Connect with 25,000+ college coaches. It's that simple!
READY. SET. GO!
IT IS TIME GET STARTED! You can have your profile and access to our College Coaches Database RIGHT NOW! If you would like for The Athlete Watch to create your recruiting video (which we strongly suggest!), we will be in touch ASAP for scheduling. We have seven locations in the United States and one in the United Kingdom that build our recruiting videos, so we have no doubt that with proper scheduling, we WILL build you a professional recruiting video!
Either way, please continue with the Get Started link to START your college recruiting journey! You only have one college recruiting process and The Athlete Watch is here to make sure you do it RIGHT!
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Please view a strong list of our student-athletes that have used The Athlete Watch and are now playing the sport they love in college. If they can do it, so can you!
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It is very important to us that you hear from parents, coaches and student-athletes that have used The Athlete Watch as a pro-active platform in the college recruiting process. See first hand what leaders are saying about us!
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The Athlete Watch was founded by U.S. Olympian Johnny Quinn...
Johnny Quinn is a United States Olympian in the sport of bobsled and competed in the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. He has traveled the world with Team USA, where competition has taken him to Austria, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Russia and Switzerland. Johnny is a former professional football player, spending time with the NFL’s Buffalo Bills, Green Bay Packers and Saskatchewan Roughriders of the CFL. Only three people have played in the NFL and competed in the Winter Olympics (Herschel Walker, Jeremy Bloom and Johnny Quinn). He graduated from the University of North Texas with a degree in Pre-Law and left as the school’s All-Time Leading Receiver. Johnny also walked-on to the track & field team and help anchor the 4x100 sprint relay to the third fastest time in school history and a trip to the NCAA Regional Meet. In 2011, Johnny was inducted into the University of North Texas Hall of Fame as a first ballot candidate. In 2013, he was selected as one of two receivers for the UNT All-Century Team.
Johnny grew up in McKinney, Texas, where he was an All-State receiver at McKinney High School. Despite leading the State of Texas in receptions and finishing second in receiving touchdowns at the Class 5A level, Johnny was a non-recruited student-athlete. He did not receive an athletic scholarship until two days before signing day. Johnny's recruiting experience, or lack thereof, fueled his passion start The Athlete Watch and provide THREE KEY TOOLS for families to take complete control in the college recruiting process! Johnny is a professional speaker and travels the globe to deliver thought-provoking and action-packed messages to businesses, schools and organizations.
Read Johnny's high school recruiting journey, record breaking college career, to the NFL and the Winter Olympics >>