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Coach Eric Cooper Sr. has been serving Southern California's basketball youth for more than 20 years. Grant Jerrett University of Arizona, his own son Eric Cooper Jr. Pepperdine, CJ Cooper UTEP and Byron Wesley Gonzaga are just a few who has been taught and mentored by Coach Eric Cooper. An important part of our mission has been to assist the under-recruited in finding a program to satisfy their dreams of playing college basketball and receiving a quality education. In that vein, we have placed hundreds of young men at programs across the country, from D1 through D3 and NAIA programs. With the start of the 2017 school year upon us, I invite those players you think would benefit from our assistance to contact us for more information. Chief among our objectives is to be candid in our appraisal and realistic in our goal-setting with families.

 

Eric Cooper

Director of Cooper Basketball Recruiting

 

WE GET IT DONE

 

Cooper recruiting promotes, recruits and places high character athletes at colleges of all levels nationwide. We have successfully placed hundreds of student-athletes throughout our proud history. Using our network grown over 20+ years, expertise and relentless work ethic, we provide aspiring college basketball players with the traction in their recruitment needed to make an informed decision. Put simply: there is not a college coaching staff that does not know and respect Coach Cooper and his knowledge of the Recruiting process. We are in constant communication with the coaches via email, text, and phone, targeting their biggest needs. Along with our personal and mentoring approach, we are directly involved with both the athlete and family throughout the entire process.

 

HOW IT WORKS

 

Cooper Recruiting offers a unique service by assisting outstanding, but under-recruited high school players. Fees are reasonable and affordable, requiring a modest retainer up front with the balance due only if said player is successfully recruited.

 

In many cases, this means a full NCAA D1 or D2 scholarship, saving parents upwards of $150,000. It may, additionally, mean being recruited to an excellent D3 university where coaches are able to offer packages of academic grants, financial aid based upon need, work study, and non-interest bearing loans that do not have to be paid back until after graduation. This often makes the cost of college affordable to anyone.

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