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College Recruiting Help in Wyoming


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College Recruiting Help in Wyoming

RecruitLook Scouts coach athletes step-by-step through the entire college recruiting process. We build unique marketing plans for each athlete to ensure they get more college recruiting exposure. Just because you are a good high school athlete does not guarantee a college scholarship offer. There are a lot of factors that come into play during an athlete’s recruitment, and the best way to be prepared is to work one-on-one with our Scouts.

A few of the topics we cover:

  • Breaking down college scholarship offers
  • Marketing the student-athlete to college coaches
  • What to expect on official and unofficial visits
  • Becoming and staying eligible
  • NCAA recruiting rules for your sport
  • How to communicate with college coaches
  • Scholarship stats for your spot
  • Plus Much More…and we provide 24/7

Wyoming Regional Scout 

Neal Sherbeyn handles the Wyoming Area for RecruitLook.  Neal resides in Torrington, WY.

Neal has a lifetime of experience in athletics spanning multiple sports and competing within both the collegiate and professional ranks. While a student-athlete at Western State College of Colorado, Neal earned a B.S. in Kinesiology with a Minor in Biology. His education and experience at WSC enabled him to develop a career in the Fitness Industry where he worked with amateur, collegiate, and professional athletes. Neal has twenty-five years of experience helping individuals towards improved sports-specific performance and better personal health. Over the last six years, Neal has had the opportunity to share his knowledge and competitive spirit by contributing to the team dynamic through coaching. Neal currently serves as Assistant Woman’s Basketball Coach at Eastern Wyoming College, and has experienced tremendous team success and great personal and professional fulfillment.

“Recruitlook offers yet another avenue for me to positively impact student athletes. My purpose is to help guide student athletes and their parents through the process of college athletic recruiting, college admissions testing, and even, sports performance training for various sports. It is my goal to place the student athlete in the best possible atmosphere to meet all of their education and athletic goals.” –Neal Sherbeyn

Contact Neal at the following: