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The Future of Division I ®

The Future of Division I ®

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If you think NCAA Signing Day means congrats and confetti, think again. The Future of Division 1 is an unapologetic, behind-the-scenes look at all facets of the high stakes Division 1 recruiting process. We chat with, and about, athletes, their parents, coaches, trainers and supporters assisting in their journey to go Division 1. Find out what it takes to become the Future of Division 1 sports and find out why no two paths to a Division I scholarship are alike. #thefutureofd1 #thefutureofdivision1 #issamovement Support this podcast:
10 Episodes
In order to truly understand where we're headed, we need to hear the stories of the men and women who have already seen where we're trying to go. This episode is a long time coming and it couldn't be more insightful. Hear George Wrighster III's unique high school recruiting story and why changing sports may not be what you want but what you need to go D1, hear his insights on official visits, the life decision you make when you commit, the importance of shopping for a school past their brand logo and winning record plus two questions he asks his son and team to determine whether or not they've had a great performance.  TAP IN. TAKE NOTES. SHARE. Catch GWIII hosting his almost daily podcast Wrighster or Wrong and Sunday afternoons on Fox Sports Radio from 5-8pm ET with Dan Beyer, host of FSR's newly launched Fantasy Football podcast, "I Want Your Flex".  Watch No One Makes It To The NFL Alone on YouTube.  We'll post snippets on @thefutureofd1 and @collegerecruitingpodcast ⁠in the coming weeks.  ⁠ #thefutureofd1 #youthfootball #football #middleschoolfootball #collegerecruiting #highschoolfootball #collegefootball #wewintogether #youthfootball #7on7 #thefutureofdivision1 #issamovement #nfl #tightend #jacksonvillejaguars #jacksonville #jaguars #morethananathlete #bringbackfootball --- Send in a voice message: Support this podcast:
In Episode 8 our Founder interviews Mel Britt of Britt Academy, Dune Citi and DC Complex, where Champions are created. They discuss what parents can (and should) be doing to improve their athlete's chance of playing Division I basketball, generational players on the horizon including Mikey Williams, Emoni Bates, his son Coco Britt, the future of basketball amidst the pandemic, So Cal's finest, reclassification and so much more. Tap into their programs: MR. BRITT, M.S  (818) 773-0800 (office) DUNE CITI - FASTTWITCH KINGS INC - BRITT ACADEMY --- Send in a voice message: Support this podcast:
After a brief time to collect our thoughts and strategize on the direction we felt best to move forward as a company, we spoke with Brian Peavy, hugely decorated Iowa State Cornerback with plans for the NFL. During our discussion, we spoke about new considerations parents and athletes should make in their decision,  Peavy shares his high school recruiting experience, why choosing a program that fits the plan for your future makes the most sense, staying at Iowa State despite the coaching change, the importance of buying in and so much more. A great interview for high school athletes looking to play college sports.  #IowaState #GoCyclones #Webeforeme  --- Send in a voice message: Support this podcast:
We are not ok.  Rather than distract from the movement powerfully working towards leveling the playing field, we are taking this week to heal and amplify the voices of the unheard.  Godspeed a new America. An America where all persons are treated equal once and for all.  #whateverittakes #blacklivesmatter --- Send in a voice message: Support this podcast:
Coach Dubb reveals the most important person in the recruiting process.   How social media may be killing your recruitment opportunities, why JUCO is a viable path to a D1 scholarship opportunity, training amidst the pandemic, why running Track makes you a better recruit, choosing the right opportunity when you have options and so much more.  If you're the parent of a high school athlete looking for an opportunity, looking to improve their chances of being successful at the Division 1 level, this episode could pay off for you in spades. --- Send in a voice message: Support this podcast:
Intended to be a quick interview on the landscape of Division I WR recruiting, this week's episode quickly turned into a straightforward conversation  and partial debate between two Ohio natives with a few common ties that bind. Coach Williams is an OG of all things Division I. He not only coached, but trains, parents, and at one point in time was the Future of D1.  We may charge money this episode in the future, its THAT 🔥🔥🔥 Listen, subscribe and share with every athlete, coach, trainer and parent you know thinking about playing sports in college. They'll get good lessons here on parenting future D1 athletes. Division 1 recruiting is for gorillas only.  Jump into the process or keep your D3 options open. Your future, your call. We're happy for you either way. 🤷🏾‍♂️🤷🏾‍♂️🤷🏾‍♂️ Follow Coach Williams at: @wideouts on Twitter and @coach_dubb on Instagram #thefutureofd1 #wherethebestcompete #wherethestarscollide #gamerecognizegame --- Send in a voice message: Support this podcast:
If football is cake, Track is icing.  How a football player with NO OFFERS ran a decent time in the 100m (10.8) and earned multiple Division 1 offers IN FOOTBALL.  The science of speed:  How to identify which sprint race is best for you, the real dawgs of Track & Field, Girls out running boys. The impact track can make on your 40m time, Decisions, decisions:  Track versus 7-on-7 in the Spring.  Working with an experienced, accredited Coach and why you should STOP LYING about your 40m time!  This episode is loaded with free game. --- Send in a voice message: Support this podcast:
In this episode, Coach Mack breaks down the state of speed in a year without 'fastests', the conflict Football players face when choosing Track over 7-on-7 in the Spring, D1 football coaches that only recruit football players who have run Track, how high school football coaches benefit from the athletic production of a Track athlete, why the 400m dash is a great identifier of well rounded athletes, unqualified vs. qualified parent coaches,  the best age for kids to start running track, high stakes races in high school, NCAA conferences with the best coaches, his philosophy and scientific approach to coaching sprinters and so much more.  Watch on YouTube: --- Send in a voice message: Support this podcast:



Division One is a land where only dawgs are allowed.    If you're a DB, know a DB, parent, coach or train a DB, make it a point to tune-in to our interview with Victor Rogers of The DB LAB. The world of sports has changed for everyone but when we get back to it, you can be sure college coaches are prioritizing the acquisition of pure bred dawgs. It doesn't matter if you play golf, football, baseball, softball, basketball, volleyball, or row. College coaches aren't going to put their jobs on the line for athletes who don't come in ready to eat. Believe that.  --- Send in a voice message: Support this podcast:
An open dialogue with Ayinde Bomani of SoCal's Run 2 Daylight Running Back Academy. We discuss Cali vs. Texas vs. Florida, Identifying a good coach for a young athlete, the Importance of Speed in Recruiting,  7on7 vs Track, what it takes for an athlete to play at the Divison One level, why youth, high school, college and NFL Pros train at his open camp and a solid option for those who can't travel.   --- Send in a voice message: Support this podcast:
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