Interest to Offer

Hey - it's me, Jack.

Quick note before we go on...

I'm a straight-shooter.

Because there are a bunch of "super-dad-coach-of-the-year" guys out there giving terrible recruiting advice, we felt the need to share a lot of information on the recruiting process (and the product) to prove our credibility.

Meaning, this page is quite long - so we've created sections you can skip to in order to find the information that you care most about.

If you want to know the story behind the product, continue reading  :-)

Thanks for checking us out, and I hope we get to be a part of your recruiting journey.

- Jack

 

- Sections are in order -

If you want to see a brief overview of the strategy we recommend - click here

What exactly is Interest to Offer? - click here

Why Interest to Offer works - click here

What's included in Interest to Offer - click here

Reviews + Testimonials - click here

Buy Interest to Offer - click here

Guarantee - click here

Frequently Asked Questions - click here

THIS is what real interest looks like

"Jack, are you still uncommitted?! You didn't commit yet did you?!"

The coach called me, completely panicked.

"I haven't committed yet," I said.

"Oh thank goodness! You scared me. Why didn't I hear from you this week??"

This coach had been enjoying the fruits of my MM email routine, and when I took those fruits away...

 

...he freaked out. This is what real interest looks like.

The question is...how do you get coaches to melt for you like this?

Now, at this point in my recruiting process - I had generated interest from dozens of schools.

But the weird thing about the recruiting process is that getting a school interested and building a school's interest are two different things.

(You may have to read that sentence again - it's extremely important, and awkwardly worded)

Lots of people talk about how to generate initial interest from schools. This is what everyone *thinks* the recruiting process is all about.

But generating initial interest is actually the easy part of the recruiting process.

The hardest part of the recruiting process is growing that interest and turning it into a real scholarship offer, especially if you're talking to more than a few schools.

So, how do we do this?

The problem with building interest

We have to find a way to increase the coaches interest over a long period of time.

That's no easy task.

I mean, how do you increase interest?

And how often should you communicate with a coach?

Some players email a coach 2 or 3 times in a week. Too much.

Some players won't email the coach at all, and wait for the coach to come watch him play again. Too little.

The trick is to find the perfect balance where you're staying top-of-mind with the coach and providing value, but not looking desperate or being annoying.

So we know that we need to communicate with the coach, but what exactly should this look like?

What does the coach want to see?

And then we throw in all the different forms of communication - phone calls, text messages, social media - and the situation complicates.

When are we supposed to call the coach?

Should I text the coach?

What role does social media play in all of this?

You probably have some of these questions.

I know because I had these same questions.

And to make matters worse, some coaches recruited me for 6-9 months and then bailed last minute.

So then we need to figure out how interested a coach actually is, and learn which relationships we should focus our time on.

Let's slow down for a second.

The truth is...

> There is a way to communicate with coaches that doesn't annoy them.

> The different methods of communication don't have be overwhelming.

> There are ways to gauge interest - to separate the coaches that are more likely to offer you a scholarship from the ones that are just stringing you along.

Let's talk about how to do this.

 

The solution - and how to build interest

One of the biggest mistakes players make in the recruiting process is thinking the process is all about THEM.

It's not.

The entire process is about what players can offer college coaches.

This affects everything you do in the recruiting process.

For instance, think about the amount of work college coaches have on their plates.

A college coach...

> Helps coach his college team

> Recruits 2-4 classes (30-60 players) at a time

> Travels to watch those players

> Responds to emails and calls

> Attends school functions

> Spends time with his wife and kids

> Has a social life

If you're not catering your recruiting strategy to optimize a coach's time, you're going to miss out on a LOT of opportunities.

The easier we make the process for them, the more likely they are to recruit us.

Let me ask you a question: why doesn't a coach simply offer you a scholarship after seeing you play just one time? I mean, wouldn't that be easier for him?

It would be. But a coach needs more evidence.

He needs to see you play well over and over and over again.

THAT'S what moves him from being "interested" to offering you a 40% scholarship.

So if you're waiting for a coach to come watch you play after he initially shows interest, your recruiting process is standing still.

We need to keep in contact with coaches, show them consistent proof of your value, and do this in a way that maximizes their time and energy.

 

What exactly is Interest to Offer?

Interest to Offer is "do it yourself" online course that will teach you how to turn interest from college coaches into legitimate scholarship offers.

Ever seen the movie, Forrest Gump?

You know when he's running with the braces on his legs and they break apart, and he dusts the kids chasing him?

That's what your recruiting process will feel like after Interest to Offer.

All the questions and doubts that have been restricting you will be laid to rest, and you'll finally feel free to dominate the recruiting process like you imagined before the whole thing started.

 

Why Interest to Offer works

The reason why the strategies in Interest to Offer work so well is that we've taken business principles and applied them to the recruiting process.

So you'll use the same tactics that are used to close $5k, $20k, and $50k deals.

But don't worry - we've simplified the language and strategies so *anyone* can apply them.

 

What's included in Interest to Offer

Interest to Offer is a multi-part video course - roughly 1.5 hours of content

Strengthen the Foundation

Uncover surprising myths in the recruiting process and learn how to build a library of proof showing that you're the solution to the coach's problem

Our favorite parts of this section (more included):

  • Why there is such a thing as "too little" or "too much" communication with a coach

  • Why playing varsity during your freshman year of high school is irrelevant and overrated

  • How to organize a platform for all of the "evidence" that you're a college-worthy player

Master your Communication

Create a bulletproof system to stay in contact with coaches, grow interest, and increase your value as a player.

Our favorite parts of this section (more included):

  • Our one-of-a-kind MM Email Routine that will keep coaches salivating for your emails

  • Specific questions for phone calls to gain valuable information and impress coaches

  • When and how to use social media in your recruiting process

Build and Utilize Leverage

How to gauge interest and build leverage to gain more control over your recruiting process and accelerate the progress.

Our favorite parts of this section (more included):

  • Signs a coach is seriously interested in the possibility of offering you a scholarship

  • How to communicate from a position of strength, and increase your perceived value

  • Effective negotiation tactics and strategies

Closing the Deal

Fill in the gaps in your recruiting process, nail your college visit, and close the deal on a college athletic scholarship

Our favorite parts of this section (more included):

  • Example situations - If "this" happens, do "this"

  • Everything you need to know about your college visit

  • How to make your final decision without getting buyer's remorse

Actual Emails

Hey - it's me, Jack.

I dug up MORE emails from my personal recruiting process to share with you.

The "Actual Emails" section in Interest to Offer is roughly TWICE as long as the actual emails section in Effective Email.

Lots of players say this is their favorite section.

I think it's going to make a HUGE difference in your conversations with coaches, and I can't wait for you to see it!

 

Reviews + Testimonials

Because this is a newer addition to the Baller Builder lineup, we're still gathering feedback from this specific course.  So while this course is probably our personal favorite, we don't have direct testimonials quite yet. (Coming soon!)

For now, here's what players have to say about how we've helped their recruiting processes.

"I have been using some of your strategies and started talking back and forth to about an additional 10 schools since I implemented your advice."

 

- Andrew

"I just wanted to let you know that I just committed to my top school! I found your system and advice to be super helpful, especially the 10 words email. Thank you so much!"

- Serena

"You have no clue how well your tips work! The past few days have been amazing recruiting-wise! Thank you so much!"

- Trey

"We loved the email course. The temptation is to spew out adjectives to describe how good your kid is but your presentation explained why this isn't effective."

 

 - Brian

"Thanks for everything, Jack. Had nothing before you came along. Now I have many schools interested, and about to get my first two offers."

- Kasen

"Wanted to update you on my recruiting process. I went from having a few interested schools to having more than a dozen!"

- Tyler

 

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Guarantee

We'll offer you a 60-day guarantee on Interest to Offer.

Don't like Interest to Offer?
 

Let us know within 60 days of purchase, and we'll give your money back - no questions asked.

This means you can try Interest to Offer 100% risk-free.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Does this program work for high school and junior college players?

Yes. This program can be used by both high school and junior college players.

Does the program work for both baseball and softball recruiting processes?

Yes! This program most definitely works for both baseball and softball.

Fun fact - Jack's sister used this same strategy to play softball at the University of Pittsburgh!

Do I have lifetime access to the course?

Absolutely.

You can watch the videos as many times as you'd like, and you'll always have access to the content inside the course.

Do I get access to future updates or additions to the course?

Yes! As we learn more ways to help players, we add to the course.

You will have access to all future updates and additions inside Interest to Offer at no additional cost.

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