There is never been a more important time in high school basketball across the country to have help with marketing today's student-athletes to college programs across the country. As a result of the recent NCAA changes to the national event calendar, evaluation period and certification of basketball events, it is now more difficult for aspiring college basketball prospects to gain attention from college coaches.
Especially in the state of Arizona, where college recruiting has always been difficult. While the state has definitely improved with the emergence of more out-of-state, and even international prospects to the valley, it is increasingly difficult for lesser known prospects and sleeper prospects to develop in the eyes and minds of college coaches.
Local basketball aficionado Elliott Glabman helped to develop the club basketball culture in the state by forming the Arizona Heat basketball program in 1992. The program helped raise the overall level of exposure in the state of Arizona, and as a result, Glabman is known as one of the true Godfathers of Arizona basketball. Today, Glabman continues to make strides for the sport in the state and has a new venture that will also help to improve the overall level of recruitment in the state - Field Level Recruiting.
Today, with so many different club programs now in the state, Glabman has focused and turned his attention to helping Arizona prospects get recruited by college programs - something the state needs more of than anything else. Glabman has started Field Level Recruiting. Field Level allows Glabman to post Arizona's top prospects on his website and then market each prospect to college programs across the country. Glabman now has more than 1,600 (1,664 colleges) different college programs that subscribe to his website and view the prospects that he places on the website. After posting a prospect on the site, almost immediately the prospects begin getting recruited by college programs at many different levels.
"It is amazing for Arizona players," said Glabman. "Our state needs this more than they do club teams. This is a great way for me to stay involved in the game and help Arizona players."
To access Field Level Recruiting and immediately improve your exposure to college coaches through Glabman, please click on the link below.
Field Level Recruiting Link