There are big changes coming to the NCAA Football recruiting landscape that we are keeping a very close tabs on for the benefit of all of our current prospects in our system.  The most important rules amount to the following two key subjects that have a direct impact of every high school football player.  They are as follows:

  1. A mid-December early signing date added
  2. A 10 day limit for satellite camps

There are many benefits to the following rule changes, too many to discuss in this article.  But make no mistake, they mostly serve the best interests of the young people that need some flexibility in finding the best school for them. Take a look at this article to gain a better understanding of what is coming soon.

We take great pride in keeping up to speed with all rule changes that have a direct impact on all of our prospects.  We are ready to assist all those young people and their families so that they can make great decisions on where to go to college!

By the way, be sure to be aware that the NCAA Evaluation period begins in just a few days!

Yours In Football!

The climate of college football recruiting has become increasingly confusing and daunting for many high school football players but also for their parents as well. Considering the overlay of social media platforms, NCAA by-laws and figuring out which exposure or satellite camps to attend, the daily workload has become a full time job. And the key is where do we find the time to handle these responsibilities? It resides in providing focus to the recruiting strategy with the goal of being mindful of our time and other valuable resources.

There are some solutions that we can derive from our past education as it relates to how important it is to evaluate relationships and the critical aspect of building trust. The concept of trust is truly a two way street between coaches and student-athletes. First and foremost is communication; consistent communication is the basis of any productive relationship. Every coach in United States of America all have one thing in common; First is that they are all extremely busy people, Second they do not like to waste time! When coaches maintain a steady stream of contact that stays within NCAA rules, that is a very good step in knowing how sincere they are in you. For example, coaches are allowed to make one phone call per week during any prospects’ senior season. When they call every week consistently through an entire season, that is a good sign that they are serious. Take a look at the following pdf to give you a pretty good idea of what happens when.

I’ve had the great fortune of learning from some of the great communicators of a lifetime in my Father, Coach Bo Schembechler and his mentor Coach Woody Hayes. What was it that made them great Coaches? It was because they were honest to a fault, and you always knew where they stood and they were always consistent. Because of these particular qualities, their reputations spread quickly and players wanted to play for them. If you can find coaches that have these traits and they convince you that you by their consistent and honest communications, these are the type of coaches and programs that you want to play for!

Let’s have a great week, and always remember to give Championship Effort!

April 6th, 2017

For Immediate Release


OVERLAND PARK, Kansas–Former Kansas City Chief great and NFL Hall of Fame inductee Will Shields and Glenn E. “Shemy” Schembechler III, son of legendary coach of the University of Michigan Glenn E. “Bo” Schembechler, are working together to build a business legacy of their own.

Shields, a former Outland Trophy winner at the University of Nebraska and celebrated KC Chief with a 14-year career that included 12 Pro Bowls, and Schembechler, who himself has a 20-plus year career in football scouting ranging from high school, college and the NFL, are bringing their two companies to develop legacies for the most powerful and efficient player development and scouting/recruiting service in the country.

Will Shields 68’s Inside Sports and Schembechler’s GES Advisory Company will partner in the Overland Park facilities that Shields runs.

“Today, you need an entire toolbox to prepare yourself for any sport especially football,” said Shields. “Our program is designed to make athletes faster, stronger, more agile and explosive and our vision is to improve each athlete’s skill set, work ethic, and potential through developmental programming, but you still need more.”

This is where GES Advisory plays an important role.

“The GES program is designed to be the most comprehensive recruiting and evaluation process by bringing the NFL scouting model to the benefit of every high school football player,” said Schembechler. “We provide 24-hour consultation for every player and their parents to navigate the complex world of recruiting with a keen understanding of programs ranging from Division 3, NAIA to Division 1.”

68 ‘s Inside Sports and GES will work hand in hand to emphasize an individualized improvement plan with consistent and reliable athletic, strength and health results. Then a streamlined recruiting process developed for the individual will help the athlete and the family navigate and understand the intricacies and the importance of selecting the correct university.

“Working together, Schembechler and I will serve the day to day needs of each of its members,” said Sheilds. “We will create an efficient process that individuals and families can understand and trust.”

The program begins this Friday, April 7th at the Will Shields 68’s Inside Sports facility in Overland Park.

For more information contact Zach Hibdon, Director of Professional Sports and Scouting at 68Scouting at or His phone number is 913-387-7410.

For more information on GES Advisory, contact Glenn ‘Shemy” Schembechler at or go to



Thanks to Coach Cree Morris for all that he does in believing in who we are at GES!  Click on the link below to hear him describe his grass roots program of developing some of the very best QB’s like Mark Salazar and many others who are  so fortunate to work with him and his Team at 5ToolQB!