Sports Thread Corporate Site



4155 E. Jewell Ave. 

Denver, CO 80222

The Sports Thread Self Promotion Process

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  • Create an account on Sports Thread and set up your Athletic Digital Identity^TM (profile) to send to college coaches. Your profile page has all of the placeholders for the information college coaches require. Sports Thread will help you every step of the way.

  • Create a target mailing list of 30 schools you interested in attending.
    • 10 dream schools
    • 10 realistic schools
    • 10 fallback schools

  • Use Sports Thread's email templates for contacting college coaches.

  • Review Sports Thread's information on your school's.

  • Post videos to your profile and the Thread for added exposure to college coaches.
"Today, coaches are looking for young people that are intelligent, athletic and aggressive. The ability to use social media to enhance an athlete's opportunity speaks to their intelligence and aggressiveness to create visibility at all levels of collegiate athletics. Sports Thread can be a valuable link in assisting the athlete and college."

-Tyrone Willingham Former head football coach, Stanford University, University of Notre Dame, University of Washington
Coches CommunicationSystem

Customized mailing lists of target colleges

Email templates

Contact multiple college coaches at once with personalized messages 
Sports Thread Chat

Group messaging for teams and orginizations

Coach-to-athlete and athlete-to-athlete private direct messaging
College Resources Center

Virtual Tours of College Campuses

National Coaches Directory

Admission, Financial Aid, Tuition & Fees, Majors & More

Streaming Team Twitter Feeds

The Thread 

Central feed of all posts on Sports Thread

The more an athlete posts, the more exposure they get 
         Athletic Digital Identity^TM

      Athletes showcase their skills                  through: Bio, Unlimited videos               (YouTube and HUDL), stats, and                                 athletics

       "Caontact Me" allows college
    coaches to direct message athletes