Here's just a small sampling of the athletes we've helped over the years.
2012 DL Rickey hatley, missouri
Won first-team all-district and first-team all-area honors as a senior for Atlanta High School, as well as taking home second-team all-state honors according to the Associated Press ... the Texas Sports Writers Association rated him as a first-team all-state pick, as well ... three-sport standout who was also a three-year letterman in basketball and track, winning a district championship in the shot put and discus. Before joining Network Athletics after his senior season, Hatley had no offers.
2012 Rb damien haskins, oregon state
Ranked at No. 99 for prospects in Texas, Haskins was also Northeast Texas Player of the Year (all classifications), Class 2A First Team All-State and the 2A Offensive Player of the Year, Smoaky.com (regional HS sports authority) and Longview News Player of the Year. He rushed for a school record 3,207 yards and 52 touchdowns as a senior on 288 carries … rushed for at least three touchdowns in 10 games … averaged 247 yards per game … led New Boston to the quarterfinals and an overall record of 12-1 … PrepStar All-Midlands Region … played in the International Bowl (International Federation of American Football) and a 4.00 student. Haskins was a back-up to 2012 NA Recruit Shakeem Jefferson as a junior and had no offers until joining Team NA. After joining Team NA, Haskins picked up 7 FBS offers including Oregon State.
2014 Rb trey walker (left) & wr taylor jackson (right), navy
After both having successful senior seasons at Texas High, the pair went highly under the radar. Jackson and Walker joined Network Athletics late into their senior season and added a Navy offer along with multiple Division II and NAIA programs.
2015 dl t.d. moton, mississippi state
Moton joined Network Athletics following his sophomore season. Still very raw at his position, Moton had the size of a Division I prospect, but still had to develop as a student and as a player. This caused Moton to be over-looked. After joining Network Athletics, Moton exploded on the scene, becoming an ESPN 4-star prospect and adding over 20 FBS scholarships.