WELCOME TO
MIDWEST COLLEGIATE
PROSPECTS

BRINGING HIGH SCHOOL
ATHLETES AND COLLEGE
COACHES TOGETHER

WELCOME TO

MIDWEST COLLEGIATE

PROSPECTS

If you want to expand your chances of making the best college decision for your future — and if you qualify both academically and athletically — Midwest Collegiate Prospects (MCP) can help.

MCP, one of the nation’s leading athletic consulting and recruiting organizations for student athletes, can expand your opportunities and options.

Bryson Clague: A Two-Sport Star

Auburn (Ala.) senior shoots and defends well on basketball court

By Greg Bates
Bryson Clague was living the dream early in his high school career.

Wide receiver is off to a breakout season on football field

By Greg Bates
As Auburn (Alabama) wide receiver Bryson Clague lined up in the slot, starring him right in the face was safety Jarell Stinson.

Versatility is the Name of Todd’s Game

Badger (Lake Geneva) Standout is a Points and Rebounds Machine While Playing Inside and Out

By Greg Bates

Badger (Lake Geneva, Wisconsin) girls’ basketball coach David Jooss can count on one hand how many times his star player Macie Todd didn’t register a double-double in a game this past season.

Haese Shooting His Way to the Top

Wrightstown’s Sam Haese is using his sharpshooter mentality to attract interest from mid-major D-I/D-II colleges

By Greg Bates

The Haese name has become synonymous with basketball in Wrightstown.

Ladwig Ready to Show He’s the Real Deal

Plymouth offensive lineman has been attracting some big-time college looks, but he’ll need a good senior year to lock down offers

By Greg Bates

With each punishing block, Evan Ladwig is attracting more and more college scouts.

Morgan realizes his NFL dream

Former Ashwaubenon QB gets taken in the fourth round by Jets

By Greg Bates

The pure excitement in his voice said it all.

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“MANY ATHLETES ARE OVERLOOKED!

Every year, thousands of deserving student-athletes are not selected for college, simply because college coaches do not know who or where they are. In addition, strict new NCAA recruiting guidelines and budget cutbacks in many colleges and universities have reduced the ability of college coaches to recruit effectively!

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“MAKE CONTACTS NOW!

College coaches begin following student-athletes as early as their freshman year in high school. You should be receiving mailings on a regular basis from college coaches. If that is not happening, you are NOT being seriously recruited.

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“A FOUR FOR FORTY DECISION”

College Recruiting is a 4 for 40 Decision. The decision you make for your 4 year college career will impact the next 40 years of your life – where you work, where you live, who you marry, etc. This is a big decision and should be carefully considered before you make that final decision – you will need input from parents, coaches, family members and MCP.

SOME FACTS

YOU SHOULD KNOW

ABOUT ATHLETIC RECRUITING

Only about 1 in 11 high school athletes will make it at the college level

You need to be in front of a minimum of 300-400 college coaches in your sport(s) to get the opportunity to play college sports

The coach most in need of your talent may never know your available