SOCCER PLACEMENT AGENCY
To ensure the best possible follow-up, COACH X works in partnership with numerous coaches, recruiters, schools and sports structures in France, Europe and the USA. This support will allow us to provide individualised guidance based on the profile, academic record, abilities and ambition of each student/athlete.
Every year we help young people who are passionate about football to find their way academically and/or professionally.
We are proud to be able to count among our clients:
Students/athletes to whom we have found structures that allow them to combine school and basketball
(Future) coaches who, thanks to our advice, have been able to find training organisations and host organisations in France and the USA
Football enthusiasts who did not have the talent or the will to become high level players but who now follow or have followed training courses as sports teachers, doctors, physiotherapists, managers, businessmen, marketers and others in order to be able to work in the field of sports and particularly basketball.
STUDENT-ATHLETE IN AMERICA
OUR PRIORITY IS TO GIVE YOU OPPORTUNITIES
What could be more rewarding than to be able to use your passion to build your future and obtain a university degree?
Who doesn't wish to be able to evolve in these magnificent school and sports facilities? Who doesn't dream of having between 4 and 15 coaches ready to make you work every day to become the best you can be? And all this with the opportunity to finish with a diploma guaranteeing you a professional future!
Many Europeans try the adventure every year, but not all of them can boast of a positive experience.
Many leave in pitiful conditions, in the middle of a completely different environment, ending up having to pay unexpected amounts of money at the start and having no option but to return home. It is often necessary to talk to the right people in order to understand if the game is worth the candle. Many athletes think that the US will turn them into a "super player and future pro", but the reality is often quite different. A lot of young people who are badly advised let go of a comfortable situation (good school, training centre, pro hopefuls) without having weighed the pros and cons beforehand. Not all Europeans come back from the USA with a pro basketball contract, it depends first of all on the athlete's profile, but all should have the opportunity to live a unique cultural experience that can be useful in the short, medium or long term.
How do you make the right choice when you don't know everything about the US school/sports system?
How to choose between more than 19,000 high schools and 3,000 universities?
How does a scholarship work?
What are the rules of the High Schools and Colleges?
What will your project really cost?
Is your project viable?
Have you thought about your academic and professional future in the medium and long term?
How do I prepare for my departure?
BIDS RECEIVED BY OUR ATHLETES
Lucie Castagné: Bryant, Binghamton
Melissa Girondin: New Hampshire, Cal Poly, Duquesne, Indiana State, Colorado State, New Orleans, Wichita State, Youngstown State, Umass, Northern Arizona, Fresno State
René Nicolas Ruel Huteau: Mississippi Valley State, Lamar, Texas State, Bryant, Texas Wesleyan
Amara Kevin Kone: Georgia Southwestern State, Mississippi Valley State, South Carolina State, Houston Baptist
Stanley Poliniere: Mississippi Valley State, Alabama A&M
Alexis Yetna: Seton Hall, NC State, Oregon State, New Mexico, Rider, Towson, Charlotte, Central Florida, St John's, Pittsburg, Rhode Island, Georgia, Iowa State, Cincinnati, De Paul, Temple, Old Dominion, St Bonaventure, Drexel, Mississippi State, South Florida, Arkansas, Orego, Texas, Florida, Ucon, Iowa, California, Arizona State, Miami, Georgia, Missouri, Boston college, Pittsburgh, Providence, Buffalo, South Carolina, Vanderbilt , Texas A&M, Dayton, Akron, University of San Diego, St Bonnies, James Madison, Chattanooga, George Washington, Cincinnati, FAU, UMKC, Siena
Christ Essandoko: Providence, Rutgers, Wake Forest, New Mexico, Seton Hall, South Florida, San Diego State (#6 in 2020), North Carolina A&T, Oral Roberts, Georgetown, Maryland, Illinois, NC State, Buffalo, South Carolina, DePaul, Texas A&M, West Virginia, Ohio State, Pittsburg, Missouri State, Nebraska
Maxime Ekono: Bradley, South Florida, Chicago State, Gardner Webb, Southern Utah, Montana State, La Salle, Northern Illinois
Teddy Bayi: Chicago State
Yohan Yebga: Francis Marion
Alphousseyni Diedhiou: University of Alabama Birmingham, Lamar, Northern Illinois