We would like to congratulate Austin Thomason on his commitment to Northwest Nazarene University. Here are Austin’s recruiting story and interview with his family. Good luck as a Nighthawk!
1. Share your recruiting story and status
I think it has been a very unique process due to COVID. I feel the 2021’s are really in a tough situation. We are very thankful to find a great school. I verbally committed in end of Sept. and will sign in November.
2. What school are you going to, and why did you choose them?
I will be attending Northwest Nazarenne. I really like the vision the coach has for the program. They had a really good start to the season last year and with the new coaching staff they are doing great things there. I am really excited to be part of their vision and goals for the future.
3. How did SportsForce help in the process?
Help with creating video, contacting coaches, email campaign
4. What advice would you give to other players and parents with the recruiting process?
Start early but it is long.
5. How excited are you on your future in college?
I am so excited I can’t wait! Since I was little my goal was to play college baseball and I am getting the chance to do that at a great school.
6. How much money do you estimate your family saving in college expenses over the entirety of your college career?
Over $100K in savings.
7. Would you recommend SportsForce to any other student-athletes? Why?
I appreciate the easy way you can send communication to coaches. Eric wanted what what was best for Austin and we appreciated that.
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