The National Scholastic Athletics Foundation's official recruiting education partner, NCSA Athletic Recruiting, will be providing valuable recruiting information to all participants at this year's Great American Cross-Country Festival weekend. NCSA Athletic Recruiting, a team of over 300 former collegiate and professional athletes, invites you to an exclusive recruiting education webinar with recruiting expert and former D1 collegiate track athlete Paul Putnam.
The webinar will begin at 7:00 pm on Sunday, September 30th. Please log in from the comfort of home for this exclusive presentation. Once you log in you will receive a phone number and further directions.
Mr. Putnam will be working directly with Festival runners, giving them direct access to invaluable recruiting tools and expert advice from the industry leader in college recruiting technology and education for more than 42,000 college coaches and 500,000 of the nation’s top prospects.
By taking advantage of this extensive network, more than 92% of NCSA Athletic Recruiting-verified athletes go on to play at the collegiate level. Do Not miss out on this great opportunity and stay tuned for more information on how to connect with Mr. Putnam's College Recruiting Workshop webinar on September 30th at 7:00pm est.
More on Paul Putnam
- As a Senior National Speaker and Recruiting Expert for NCSA, Paul Putnam travels the country sharing his personal story and experience in college recruiting. His passion is working with high school athletes and their families, teaching them the dos and don’ts of college recruiting. Paul is a highly sought after speaker and reaches out to thousands of families each year to show them how to maximize their exposure and obtain funding to attend college and play their sport while learning to become future leaders.
Paul was a multi-sport athlete at Skyline High School, Utah. Aside from helping his football team win a state championship, Paul was also named MVP at the 1981 State Track Meet. Highlights of his high school career include winning the National All-Sports competition sponsored by Mountain Dew and being awarded the Most Versatile Athlete of 1980–81 in Utah. Paul’s success led to a collegiate football and track & field career which began at Bakersfield College in California where he earned all-conference honors. After completing an LDS mission to England, Paul returned to collegiate athletics and was awarded a track and field scholarship at Weber State University where he also competed in the Decathlon.
Paul is currently an owner of BASICS Sports Medicine which, in partnership with Weber State University, provides and promotes higher education, physical and psychological wellness, physical therapy and performance enhancement services. BASICS sets an industry standard in the state of Utah for sport specific training and oversees performance training of World Class, Olympic and NFL athletes.