College Recruiting Combine

$175 + $19.99 per month

Purler Wrestling’s College Recruiting Combine is meant for the most serious of high school and middle school athletes. By registering and signing up for our recruiting profile, we are able to nurture a relationship between your athlete and college coaches.

Total: $194.99

(auto billed $19.99/Mo. at month 2)

Description

About the College Recruiting Wrestling Combine

We plan to interview/record each athlete and get some basic information about each athlete. We will also video tape both live wrestling & drilling and upload to our "Purler Wrestling: College Recruiting Center" YouTube account. This will give us video links to be able to send to coaches and show them a little bit about your athlete (ex. wrestling style, drill habits, athlete personal information, etc.).

By registering, you will get your own recruiting profile featured on our recruiting database. This is your personal recruiting webpage to update, post links to your matches, etc. This is for college coaches to view and contact you.

  • When: October 19th – 20th
  • Where: Combative Sports Athletic Center (4880 Mette Rd. Moscow Mills, MO 63362)
  • Who: Boys, Ages 14-18
  • Fee: $175 + $19.99 / mo. recruiting profile membership (siblings attend for $87.50 + $19.99 / mo.)
  • Includes 5 sessions, 4 meals, and overnight stay @ our privately-owned training center (Take a video tour of our facility)

Some Top Athletes Currently Registered:

  • Luke Odom (7th @ 2018 Super 32, Double AA @ 2018 Fargo, 5th @ 2019 Fargo Greco, Univ. of Illinois signee in Class of 2020)
  • Ben Lunn (2x MN State Finalist, 2018 USA Folkstyle Nationals All-American, Univ. of Minnesota signee in Class of 2020)
  • Sam Hrabovsky (2x MO State Finalist, 5th @ 2019 NHSCA Nationals, #103 on Class of 2021 Big Board)
  • Logan Ferrero (2x MO State Champ, 4th @ 2019 NHSCA Nationals)
  • Carter McCallister (3rd @ 2019 Cadet Fargo Freestyle)
  • Evan Binder (2019 MO State Champion, Rd. of 12 @ 2019 NHSCA Nationals)
  • Owen Uhls (2019 MO State Champion)
  • Brayden Shelton (2019 USA FR. & GR. Schoolboy National Champion)
  • Brock Woodcock (2019 MO Freestyle Cadet State Champ, 2019 4th @ Tulsa Nationals as 8th grader)
  • Santino Robinson (2019 3rd @ Tulsa Nationals as 8th grader)

Schedule

Day 1

  • Check-In: 10:15 – 10:45
  • Session 1: 11:00 – 1:00
    1-hour of organized drill and 1-hour of live (rotating partners, matches, specific situations, etc.)
  • Lunch: 1:30
  • Session 2: 3:00 – 5:00
    1-hour of organized drill and 1-hour of live (rotating partners, matches, specific situations, etc.)
  • Dinner: 5:30
  • Session 3: 7:00 – 8:30
    45-minutes of organized drill and 45-minutes of live (rotating partners, matches, specific situations, etc.)

Day 2

  • Breakfast: 8:00
  • Session 1: 9:30 – 11:30
    1-hour of organized drill and 1-hour of live (rotating partners, matches, specific situations, etc.)
  • Lunch: 12:00
  • Session 2: 1:30 – 3:30
    1-hour of organized drill and 1-hour of live (rotating partners, matches, specific situations, etc.)

Why You Need Our College Wrestling Combine Program

  • College coaches cannot contact you until June 15th after your sophomore year, but we can make contact with them for you.
  • We email college coaches on behalf of our athletes 15 times per year. This allows college coaches to get to know our athletes on a deeper level.
  • It is vital to grow and nurture a relationship between your athlete and the college coaches. This way you are not ‘cold-calling’ them when it’s time to set up recruiting visits.
  • A fully funded wrestling team only has 9.9 scholarships. With 10 guys in the starting lineup (30-40 on the whole team), not even every starter has a full ride.
  • Since 2015, there have been 86, Division 1 All-Americans that were ranked outside of the top 100 in their respective recruiting class. Of those 86, 10 were DI finalists and 4 were DI National Champions. So, just because you’re not a ‘blue chip recruit’, doesn’t mean you won’t succeed at the next level. You just need to find the school that is the right fit.
  • As of 2019, only 21 of Division I College Wrestling's (D1CW) Class of 2015 Top 150 Seniors have gone on to become a DI All-American (11%). So, just because you are a ‘blue chip recruit’ you still need to be in the right environment to succeed.

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