Led by college recruiting expert and Premier League legend Chris Bart-Williams, we offer personalized recruiting assistance, year-round training and exclusive ID camps to prepare players for a successful college soccer experience.
Important covid-19 message from Chris Bart-Williams
As soccer games and recruiting events are cancelled and postponed, many student-athletes are naturally concerned that covid-19 will affect their recruiting prospects.
While I cannot predict the extent or duration of the pandemic, when it comes to your recruiting process, you can – and must – remain focused on preparing for college during the hiatus.
College recruiting is certain to become increasingly difficult in the months ahead. When ID clinics and tournaments resume, coaches will need to make decisions quickly and only the athletes who have worked hard during the downtime will stand out.
My staff and I have extensive relationships with college coaches and a proven track record helping student-athletes get recruited to top schools. Despite the NCAA Covid-19 dead period, we will continue to advocate for our clients and offer personalized support and guidance to ensure they are strong, fit and ready to stand out on the pitch.
I will also be posting a series of recruiting tips on my blog to help you stay on track during the break.
Please don't hesitate to contact me should you have questions or concerns about college recruiting.
CEO, CBW Soccer Elite
Unfortunately, due to health concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are canceling our April 2020 boys' and girls' ID combines in Charlotte. We apologize for any inconvenience and sincerely hope that your family remains safe and healthy.
Congratulations to the Gulliver Prep boys' varsity team on their incredible Florida State Cup win! Head coach Chris Bart-Williams led this group of tenacious young men through a challenging season and hard-fought postseason victory. Well done, gentlemen!
We're also proud to announce recent college commitments by players in our Elite Recruiting Program: Kaitlyn Little will be continuing her soccer career at App State & Logan Boggs has committed to the University of Kentucky! We're thrilled to have helped these talented young athletes reach such exciting milestones and we can't wait to see what they do next.