Young athletes across many sports have the opportunity to get recruited using their athletic ability and talent. At AddedSport, we have relationships with over 600 college coaches, and in-depth knowledge of the academic and athletic requirements of each college, to determine which college provides the best fit for a college-bound Student-Athlete.

We assist rising young Student-Athletes across Asia in their developmental process, and our track record includes prestigious academic and athletic NCAA D1, D2, and D3 universities in the U.S. Asian athletes are rapidly making a mark on a global level and AddedSport aims to facilitate their success and drive them to achieve their goals.

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  • Weekly Mentoring Sessions
  • Build Recruiting Timeline
  • Utilize AddedSport Database for Contacting College Coaches
  • Mock Interviews for Meetings with Coaches
  • Create Balanced Weekly Schedules
  • Develop Marketing Materials (Resume, Cover Letter, Recruiting Video)
  • Schedule College Coach Meetings
  • NCAA Eligibility Registration and Form Filling Assistance
  • Tournament Scheduling (Regional and Local)
  • University Search and Identification
  • Follow up with College Coaches Post-Meeting with the Client
  • University Application Filling and Essay Support
  • USA Summer Recruiting Trip Scheduling
  • Expert Guidance in University List Formation
  • Management System for Client to keep track of all College Coach Relationships
  • Athlete Questionnaire Filling Assistance

Find the ONE for you.


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Compliance Disclaimer: As per NCAA regulations, AddedSport does not guarantee admission in any way and does not have any commercial relationship with any universities.

NCAA Division I Manual (Page 67) – Talent Evaluation Services and Agents. A prospective student-athlete may allow a scouting service or agent to distribute personal information (e.g., high school academic and athletics records, physical statistics) to member institutions without jeopardizing his or her eligibility, provided the fee paid to such an agent is not based on placing the prospective student-athlete in a collegiate institution as a recipient of institutional financial aid.

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