“Rick Allen and Informed Athlete is an invaluable resource to athletes and their parents for the D1 Baseball recruiting, transferring and signing process. I only wish that we knew of Rick and his company when our son was in high school going through the recruiting process. Our son turned down scholarship offers from several schools to play at his “dream school.”
What we did not know was that D1 baseball only has 11.7 scholarships to give to 27 members of their 35 man baseball roster. That meant that 8 players on the roster were not “on money.”
We were ignorant and did not know that this meant those players (along with any walk-ons), could be cut from the team after fall practice and not count against the 35 man roster. In other words, the 27 players on money counted against the roster in the Spring so they were very unlikely to get cut no matter
what for that year.
Of course, our dream school did not tell us this. Worse yet, since they had officially recruited my son, he could not simply transfer to another D1 school that wanted him without sitting out a year.
Rick Allen guided us through the transfer from his D1 school to a JUCO program and helped us navigate very difficult and confusing rules on how that transfer had to occur if my son was going to transfer back to a D1 program after a year in JUCO.
Without his help and guidance, I am confident that my son’s career would be in serious jeopardy, if not over completely. Instead, he is thriving at his new D1 program.
College athletics is BIG BUSINESS that makes BIG MONEY. Do not let your son get caught in a numbers game or be put on the shelf like a commodity until the players in front of him move on.
Rick Allen can guide you step by step on every decision so you are armed with the knowledge to ask the right questions of your recruiting coach and program.
Do not risk your son’s career or trust that D1 programs have his best interest in mind. It’s all about the money, so get informed today by the best in the business.
Thank you Rick!!!!! Finally, someone with knowledge that we could trust and rely upon for the advice we needed.”
– DAD OF A BASEBALL STUDENT-ATHLETE