Working with your coaches to share your public profile is a great way to get even more exposure to colleges anywhere online and keep college coaches updated on your progress. You have the option to make your profile public and control what information can be seen outside of FieldLevel. 

Using Your Public Profile

Every athlete on FieldLevel has a unique profile link. Using your public profile the right way can help you get your information in front of college coaches both inside and outside of FieldLevel. Here are a few ways you can use your public profile:

1. Add your profile to your social media bios (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc.) 

As part of their evaluation process, college coaches review your social media profiles to get a sense of who you are as a person, assess your character, and see what interests you have outside of athletics. Adding your FieldLevel profile link in your bio helps college coaches find the most up-to-date information on you. Furthermore, if college coaches search for your name online, having your profile link in your bios makes it easier for them to find the information they need. 

2. Share on social media

When you post on social media, including your public profile link is a great way to provide college coaches even more information about yourself. So whether you’re sharing new videos or highlights, posting your schedule for games, practices, tournaments, or showcases, online articles, or any other updates, be sure to include your profile.

3. Share with college coaches

Working with your coaches to share your profile with college coaches outside of FieldLevel can be a great way to get your information in front of the right programs at the right time. However, it’s important that you include your coaches in this process. While it may seem like a good idea to email your profile to every college coach you can find or tag them on social media, this can actually hurt your chances of getting seen. Be sure to talk with your coaches about which programs are the best fit for you and keep your messages personal. Show college coaches why you’re interested in their programs and that you’re a good fit.

Here are some DO’s and DON’Ts on sharing your profile.

DO … DON’T …
– Make sure your public profile is complete and up-to-date. 
– Review your Target Schools List with your coaches to ensure your profile is being sent to colleges that are good fits.
– Research the schools and programs including location, history, majors offered, rosters, etc.
– Personalize your communication to college coaches. You should send thoughtful messages introducing yourself, discussing your playing history, and why you’re a good fit for their program.
– Send your profile to college coaches before discussing it with your coaches and family.
– Email/Tag as many college coaches as possible.
– Send templated emails or messages. College coaches can tell when athletes are being thoughtful/personal and when they aren’t.

Managing Your Public Profile

How do I manage the information in my profile?

  1. Click on the “My Profile” section on the FieldLevel homepage.
  2. Click “View Public Profile Settings” on the right side.
  3. Toggle which pieces of information you’d like to make public or keep private.

How do I share my public profile?

  1. Click on the “My Profile” section on the FieldLevel homepage.
  2. Click “View Public Profile Settings” on the right side.
  3. Click “Share Profile” on the right side.
  4. Choose how you’d like to share your profile. For complete instructions, visit our FAQ page.

Have more questions about managing the information on your public profile? Click here: My Public Profile

If you have any questions about your public profile, the FieldLevel team is here to help and support you. Please contact us in one of the following ways:

Phone: 888-908-7124

Email: support@fieldlevel.com

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