PNL has allowed me to be more efficient in my job by giving me a recruiting specific website where all our players highlight films can be viewed. Now, instead of college coaches having to sit around and wait on film to be mailed to them, they have immediate access to our players highlights and stats in one central location. It's hard to put all of the benefits into a couple of sentences.
Trey Long, Video Coordinator at West Monroe High School in West Monroe, LA
PNL website, without fees, provides every player a chance to easily promote himself to recruiting coaches. The guidance provided on the site helps parents and players create highlight film and enter and update athletic and academic data. Recruiting coaches have found this website complete with all the information they need!
Lynn Keefe, Mother of Max and John Keefe, Ft. Walton Beach, FL
Play Next Level was easily the most effective website for me after I finished up my junior college career. I tried YouTube and another recruiting site but as soon as I got my profile and video on PlayNextLevel.com, my contacts from colleges increased dramatically. Play Next Level was very responsive to my questions as I was building my profile, even though it really is a simple process. They didn't want my money, they were all about me, whereas another site's attitude was that it was all about them. I wished Play Next Level had existed when I was high school.
Ruurd Amelita, Offensive Guard, Santa Ana Community Day School, Santa Ana, CA
There are many ways for players to get discovered by colleges but I'm not sure I've seen one as efficient as Play Next Level.com. I'd say whether you're an elite player or a guy who just wants a chance to play football at some level, you should take advantage of Play Next Level. It's a great site for college coaches, a short-cut for high school coaches and our players and parents embraced the presentation. I love that it's free and I love that they provide some really good tutorials for everyone on how best to showcase themselves. Great service.
Bob Johnson, Mission Viejo coach
and the 2009 National Football League High School Coach of the Year