PLEASE SPEAK WITH COACH BEATTIE IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN PURSUING COLLEGE FOOTBALL AFTER HIGH SCHOOL
Below you will see the D2, D3, and NAIA Coaches Email Contacts (for the Western United States). You can use these email addresses to reach out and send your highlight film and transcripts to the coaches at those schools, if you are interested in attending the university.
*If you are capable of playing Division 1 Football (like UW, WSU, EWU, etc) Coach Beattie can communicate directly with those schools.
STEPS IF YOU WANT TO PLAY COLLEGE FOOTBALL:
- Set up a time to meet with Coach Beattie, and discuss the different levels of football and where a good fit might be.
- Maintain a 3.0+ GPA, and be a GREAT teammate. Your academics, attitude, and effort will be the first thing a college coach asks Coach Beattie about if they want to recruit you. You must be a great teammate, leader, student, and kid to play at the next level. Your high school coaches will not lie about your character to a college coach!
- Play multiple sports, AND be in a weight training class with Coach Beattie or Coach McGrath YEAR-ROUND! College programs want athletes who are competitors, and multiple sports help you develop. In addition, you must be in a weight training class year-round to maximize your athletic ability.
- Attend all of the T-Bird workouts and speed school activities. Be committed to the team and the teams success. College coaches do not want selfish players!
- Maintain an updated/accurate Highlight film on the Hudl. Keep it short and put your best clips first.
- Sophomore Year = Take the PSAT Exam
- Sophomore Year = Fill out the "Recruit Questionnaire" for every college you are interested in attending.
- Junior Year = Take the ACT & SAT Exam (once in the winter, and again in spring)
- Junior Year = Plan to attend a summer football camp at the universities you are interested in attending.
- Junior Year = Create an account on NCAA Eligibility Center and NAIA Eligibility Center.
- Senior Year = Fill out your FAFSA as early as possible, and apply to every university you are interested in attending ASAP.