Passionate. Empowering. Coach. These three words embody what our college coach evaluators are and do for their athletes. CSE hand-selects college coach evaluators to participate in evaluations around the nation. Are you passionate about kids accomplishing their dreams of being college athletes? Are you an expert in your field and have a winning track record? You just might be a perfect fit for our team as a college coach evaluator.
From expert to evaluator
Our college coach evaluators are true experts in their field and have experience working with and assessing athletes. Each evaluator is required to have at minimum seven years coaching experience with an overall winning record in a college sport. Coaches with less than seven years of experience or less than a .500 winning record require a championship in the conference or tournament. They work with players during evaluations, with a six player to one coach ratio. This ensures that evaluators will be able to get to know each athlete and assess their abilities. Evaluators then compile data and using their professional knowledge and experience give athletes an overall CSE Score. This score helps the athlete to determine at which college division they are able to play.
Are you a good fit for CSE?
Our regional evaluation directors are looking for top professionals in each sport and region to evaluate athletes ages 14-18 who are interested in finding their fit in college sports. Evaluators must be able to professionally evaluate student athletes with an unbiased eye while having true knowledge of the sport and college sports atmosphere. Additionally, our evaluators much show they are physically capable of performing tasks, show a positive and encouraging attitude, possess excellent communication skills and have a cooperative attitude. Our college coach evaluators are problem solvers with a passion for youth athletes.
Develop the gold standard
Evaluators also play an important role in formulating the CSE algorithms to ensure every athlete is analyzed with standard rubrics and protocol across the nation. The CSE Score is the gold standard that athletes across the nation are measured against, and it takes constant refinement to make sure it is as accurate and reliable as possible.
Grow your athletes and grow yourself
There are few people in our lives who impact us as much as a coach does. As an experienced college coach, you likely know firsthand how you can personally grow and benefit from teaching and training young athletes. College Sports Evaluation™ provides a unique opportunity for evaluators to interact and provide feedback in a way that hasn't existed before.
Help families find clarity
Our college coach evaluators are key in the CSE mission. It is their feedback, reviews, and comments that will be guiding families in the college search process. Evaluator notes are printed in each athlete's CSE Report, which will then be used to help them improve their game.
Meet future college players
Future college players of all levels are participating in evaluations. Some may continue on to play professionally. Our college coach evaluators have the opportunity to interact with and get to know these players on a unique level and impact their future athletic careers.
Provide crucial feedback
As an evaluator, you will be working directly with athletes to assess their abilities. You will run them through drills and game play. Your observations and notes are what determine an athlete's CSE Score and at what division level they are capable of playing at collegiately.
Our evaluators are paid per evaluation, and so working for CSE is a great way to supplement your income during the summer and fall months. Put a little money away for a vacation by working seasonally for CSE.
Develop a new standard
CSE is the new gold standard against which all future college athletes will be measured. As an evaluator, you have the opportunity to participate in the development and implementation of this standard.
Connect with coaches
We're seeking coaches who know their sport inside and out, have a passion for their sport, and know what skills a college athlete possesses. Evaluators connect and network with others across the nation.
Does CSE sound like a natural step in your professional career?
If everything above sounds like something you are passionate about and would enjoy doing, we encourage you to reach out to one of our regional recruiters.
Become an Evaluator
Click the link below to begin the process of becoming a college coach evaluator and become a part of our team.
Whether your athlete is a freshman newly considering playing their sport in college, or a senior on the brink of graduation, College Sports Evaluation can help athletes from the ages 14-18 find their ideal college-level fit. The CSE Options range from virtual video analysis evaluations that can be done from the comfort of your own home, to extensive day-long in-person evaluations that fully measure an athlete's skills using both objective and subjective measurements. Find the CSE that meets your athlete's current developmental needs to begin your CSE journey!
College Sports Evaluation is not a recruiting service. CSE is not a paid subscription platform. CSE services are open to all. CSE information is available for all to view (contact information is not public due to respect of privacy.)
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